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Can I make pension contributions through my limited company?

Yes, in fact it is one of the most tax efficient options available.


Paying into a private pension through your limited company can be an excellent way to save for the future. As long as you meet certain eligibility criteria, you can make pension contributions directly from your company bank account, and these will then be treated as a business expense like any other. This means you can save whilst also reducing your corporation tax bill in the process. 

Brookson Advice:  
Speaking to your Brookson Accountant and Financial Adviser about your plans will help ensure you are being as tax efficient as possible, whilst building up a good retirement pot for the future. 

Updated on 3rd November 2020

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