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How do I make a pension contribution as a contractor?

Contractors can make pension contributions in a range of ways, the most tax efficient being employer pension contributions made through their limited company. 


If you are a contractor with your own limited company, you are an employee of that company. This means you can make employer contributions to a private pension in an extremely tax efficient way. Any payments you make from your limited company will be classed as an allowable business expense, reducing your annual corporation tax bill.

Updated on 3rd November 2020

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