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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?