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    Default IR35 Pension Contributions

    Working inside IR35 for the Public Sector.

    Obviously, my taxes have increased significantly.

    I have weighed up the option of putting money on my mortgage (net of tax) or making additional pension contributions...At the moment I have not been making pension contributions because I made the opposite decision (to pay down the mortgage) when I was outside IR35.

    So, how do I make pension contributions inside IR35 where my agency (or their accountant) deducts tax at source? Do I have to make them net of tax and claim the tax on my self-assessment? Or can I get the agency to take it into account?

    Thanks.

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