NHS pension contributions

My accountant says that as a result of delays in implementing new (employee) rates for NHS pension contributions, the 2008/9 rates are based on my pensionable profits from 2006/7. Does it mean that if I earned more in 2006/7 than 2008/9, I would have paid more than I should? Will this be balanced out at a later date or will I get higher pension benefits?

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