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Pension - form E

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01 Jun 12 #334588 by Talulahbelle10
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Hi, I am just in the process of completing my form E and I am really confused about the pension section. I have a company personal pension which I was advised by my accounts department has no CETV as it is paid to me on my retirement. My question is do I put the transfer value of the pension in the final box F as one of my assets?

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01 Jun 12 #334591 by dukey
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All pensions not in payment have an internal or external value known as the CETV, granted this is the transfer value but it''s the closest way to value the pension when it comes to divorce.

If you need form E to be filed soon then write something like the scheme actuary cannot provide a valuation, the chances are there is some confusion here so I would ask again, maybe speak with the scheme actuary if you can.

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01 Jun 12 #334592 by Talulahbelle10
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Thank you, I will give them a call next week. Seems unfair to put it as an asset as it has no real value until I retire.

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01 Jun 12 #334597 by dukey
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Court still need to know the big picture, it may make no difference to the final outcome but all must provide full disclosure regardless.

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