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lower pension claims through dividends?
by michaels at 09:11 22/10/03 (Umbrella & Composites)
i read that whilst receiving dividend payments instead of a full salary this would trigger a much lower payout when it comes to claiming pensions.

is this correct? and has anyone got "real world" figures or a suitable equation as to how to calculate the exact amount of pension claims. --

cheers
michaels

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