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    Just completing PFF2 form about household income and have a question regarding contributions to a private pension. Am I to put the actual figure I contributed (net) or the grossed up figure (after tax relief added by HMRC)?. For example if I contribute £1000 net, the gross amount after tax relief added would be £1250. Which figure would I use?
    Can’t seem to find a definitive answer on this! Many thanks
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    Hi
    Just completing PFF2 form about household income and have a question regarding contributions to a private pension. Am I to put the actual figure I contributed (net) or the grossed up figure (after tax relief added by HMRC)?. For example if I contribute £1000 net, the gross amount after tax relief added would be £1250. Which figure would I use?
    Can’t seem to find a definitive answer on this! Many thanks
    Hi JackTed,

    When providing the details of your private pension contributions, you should include the gross amount.

    I hope this information helps.

    Kind regards,

    John.
 
 
 

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