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My limited company has been making regular executive pension payments to a reputable pension provider for 27 years. For the first two years only 60% of the payment value was allocated to my plan. During the next 8 years, 100% of the payments were allocated. After the 10 year anniversary the payments are supposed to be allocated at a rate of 105% - making up for the heavy initial charges.
My question is: How can I obtain convincing confirmation that I am actually benefiting from the additional 5%, kindly donated by the pension provider?
I set up a Ltd company through which I used to provide IT Consultancy. There are 2 shares in issue owned by myself. The company was started in 1994 and I traded through it until 2008. The company purchased a residential B2L flat in 2006 to invest the profits retained after CT.
My accountant has recommended I contact you.
I am 66 years old and retired from full time employment in Dec '14.
I set up my own Ltd Co to allow me to do some Part Time Consultancy and started trading in May '15 and in this tax year will have a revenue net of VAT of circa £23K and will have circa £15K/16K cash available in the business by end March.
I started to draw my state pension in Aug '15 but none of my occupational pensions.
I am the sole director of a Limited company that entered a MVL on 30 October. Our accounting reference date is 31 December. Accounts have been submitted to Companies House and HMRC for the year to 31/12/14 (where we made a loss).