Superannuation

I am a full-time GP who retired in July 2007, took my NHS pension and returned as a profit-sharing partner. The PCT has deducted the 14 per cent funding for my employer's NHS superannuation contribution from our PMS income on the grounds I no longer contribute to the NHS Pension Scheme. I was told that when a new partner replaces me, the 14 per cent contribution for them will be funded. But was the PCT right to remove my 14 per cent?

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