NHS supperannuation

Q: I am a GP with two partners. One partner retired and returned to work and is not entitled to contribute further to the NHS Pension Scheme (NHSPS). The other partner and I are both contributing members. My accountant has deducted my superannuation contributions and also the employer contributions to the NHSPS from my profit share and has treated the employer deductions as income. In my opinion the only deductions should be my own (employee contributions). Am I correct?

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