Superannuation

I work at a three-partner practice. One partner retired, took their NHS pension and came back to work as fixed-profit partner. The other partner and I are equal profit-sharing partners but that partner will retire in July this year. He plans to come back in the same equal profit-sharing partner role. This partner's current NHS superannuation employer's contribution of 14 per cent is paid as part of our PMS income. After retirement, will we continue to receive this 14 per cent on his behalf? And after he returns to the practice, will this money belong to the partner? Or is it practice income to be shared between all three partners?

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