Annual Allowance Tax Year End Quiz Webinar
Session: 27 January 2021
Each tax year end our technical team get asked a lot of questions about tax and pensions! This year our technical team hosted three tax year end themed quiz webinars. On this webinar, Barrie Dawson, Technical Manager covered the common things to think about when it comes to Annual Allowance with a tax year end slant on things.
- Common questions relating to tax year end annual allowance planning
Presenter – Barrie Dawson –Technical Manager
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Test your knowledge
1. When considering tax year end annual allowance planning, which one of these is the odd one out?
a. Pension input amounts
b. Relevant earnings
c. Dividend income
d. Carry forward
2. Which one of these is most useful for a financial planner when trying to determine a clients pension input amount history?
b. Unit Transaction History
c. Retirement Benefit Statement
d. Pension Savings Statement
3. Ryan is due a bonus in May of £50,000 on top of his £90,000 salary. He wants to use his bonus to make a pension contributions before he retires at the end of the year. His pension input amounts are as follows?
2020/21 - £40,000
2019/20 - £40,000
2018/19 - £40,000
2017/18 - £20,000
If Ryan waits until he receives his bonus, can he make the most of his unused annual allowance?
4. Gary has been a member of a pension scheme for ten years, but no contributions have been paid since 2015. His salary for this tax year will be £28,000. It’s normally higher, but there’s been no overtime due to Covid – 19. His unused annual allowance for the 3 is as follow:
2017/18 - £31,000
2018/19 - £29,000
2019/20 - £32,000
How much can Gary carry forward from the last three years to support a personal contribution?
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