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15 Aug 12 #349705 by all_shook_up
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If my employer is paying into my pension, where do I enter this on the E Form? Is it on Page 14 under "benefits in kind"?

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15 Aug 12 #349716 by maisymoos
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You need give details of the pension scheme. In Section 2 Financial part 4 capital pensions etc.

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15 Aug 12 #349721 by all_shook_up
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Thanks for answering Maisymoos.
I have input the pension value in that section but do I not need to show the amounts my employer is paying in each month?

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16 Aug 12 #349791 by maisymoos
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No I don''t think so.

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