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Nhs employee and pensions section self assessment

Do all nhs staff with nhs pensions need to declare pensions on their self assessment every year?

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I have recently acquired a doctor(consultant) employed full time by nhs as a client.

The client has only employment income along with a little bit of locum(self employed) income for 2019. I have requested P60, P11d and self employed income supporting documents along with pension contributions statement for 2019. 

My question is do I need to declare the pensions on self assessment although the pension is employer provided.

Someone who specialises in nhs tax shall be highly appreciated.

Much appreciated

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By SXGuy
27th Jan 2020 07:40

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