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Tax relief is available for employer pension contributions based on broadly the same rules as other types of expenditure. Expenditure is an allowable deduction from trading profits as long as it is incurred wholly and exclusively for the purposes of the trade. Whether an amount is paid wholly and exclusively for the purposes of the trade is a question of fact to be determined on the specific circumstances of each case.
Another rule which is specific to pension contributions is that there are special rules regarding the timing of tax relief (see below).
HMRC guidance suggests that there are limited circumstances when there may be a non-trade purpose for the level of employer contributions. Examples of instances where t
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