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NHS superannuation

I am a GP principal in the NHS Pension Scheme. I do some work for the PCT for which I am paid gross. Do I need make arrangements to pay NHS superannuation on the PCT earnings or is it already deducted?

As you are being paid gross for this work, you need to make both employee's and employer's contributions as they have not been deducted by the PCT.

I would, however, check whether the gross earnings you receive do include an allowance for the employer's NHS pension contributions due.

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