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  • RE: Pension Tax Relief for Self Contribution

    Thanks for your reply. I would like to seek your clarifications on the following further questions, please. 1. Referring to my previous post and your answer, is it correct that I can receive tax relief on £45 as my total employment income was only £45? 2. Should I enter £10,000 to Box 3 in SA100 on page TR4 as my pension scheme is not one of relief at source, annuity or oversea? 3. Is it correct that only £2,880 of my £10,000 contributed will be counted for tax relief and finally I will earn £720 as the tax relief as a low earner? Thanks a lot.
  • Pension Tax Relief for Self Contribution

    Hello, My previous employer created a workplace net pay pension scheme for me and I only worked for one day for the employer in 2023/2024 tax year, which I got £45. There is no contribution from both the employer and me to the pension in the tax year. I did not work afterward and stayed at home in all the remaining days in the tax year, depending on interest from savings. Later in the tax year, I paid £10,000 to that workplace net pay pension scheme. So, my questions are as follows: 1. Can I get any pension tax relief from the £10,000 contribution? 2. If yes, how should I claim the relief in the self-assessment? Thanks a lot.
  • RE: BNO

    I was a civil servant of Hong Kong. I had received salary from the Hong Kong Government for several months after entry into UK with a BNO visa. I would like to know if the salary is taxable in UK under the HK-UK Tax Treaty? Thanks.