GP practices will pay employer contributions on NHS pensions at an increased rate of 14.38% from April, the government has confirmed.
What options are available to GPs affected by the changes to pensions annual allowance and lifetime allowance, which come into effect in 2016? Bhargaw Buddhdev explains.
An overview of the recent changes to the NHS Pension Scheme to help practices answer any staff questions. By Stephen Caps.
Can a federation be classed as an NHS employer and therefore enable employees to join the NHS Pension Scheme? And is practice income from federations pensionable? Jenny Stone explains.
Stephen Caps explains how NHS pensions will change from 1 April 2015 and the impact on members of the scheme.
GP partners who do internal locums must consider the impact on superannuation contributions, writes Jenny Stone.
Plan ahead and adhere to the rules around 24-hour retirement, to avoid incurring any penalty, writes Kevin Quinn.
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