Taking a one day break from the 2015 scheme automatically triggers annualisationNHS Pensions have confirmed directly with NASGP that, with effect from 1st April 2019, annualisation for freelance GP locums pensioning their NHS income in 2015 Scheme (England and Wales) will come in...
Treasury to fulfil NHS pension employer contribution gap for one yearIf you're a GP locum working in England or Wales and pensioning your work into the NHS pension scheme, the announcement earlier this year that the employer's contribution was going to rise to 20.68% f...
NHS annualisation for GP locums – what a difference a day makesFor something so crucial to our welfare, it's quite staggering how news about the NHS Pension Scheme has to be drip-fed to GPs via outlets like the medical press, BMA and NASGP rather than any form of...
NHS Pensions publishes 2015 scheme annualisation calculatorThe much anticipated 2015 scheme guide and calculator guide have been published today. All are available on the NHS Pensions website, but we've provided direct links to them here to make them easier t...
Type 2 self assessment – there is no newsNB we're in close contact with the clever people on the GPC sessional GP subcommittee who are keeping a close eye on this, so if we get any updates on this we'll link to it here.News is going ar...
2019 in view pt 2 – Proposed changes to NHS pension schemeThe NHS pension scheme is re-evaluated on a four yearly basis. As part of this, the NHS pension Scheme Advisory Board of DHSC, published a consultation document on 18 December 2018, is suggesting that...
Pressure mounts to sort out Capita chaosShort version: please consider submitting a Subject Access Request to NHSE using the form below! Campaign group GP Survival is working with NASGP to get action on Capita/NHSE's abject mishandling of o...
Unfairly affected by NHS pension annualisation? Help the BMA legally challenge the rules.Earlier this year, there was an outcry amongst GPs as the implications of annualisation rules introduced in the 2015 NHS pension scheme became clear. Find out about what the BMA are doing and how you ...
Reassurance from BMA sought in aftermath NHS pension annualisationNASGP chairman Dr Richard Fieldhouse has today written to Dr Richard Vautrey, chairman of the BMA's General Practitioner's Committee, asking for reassurance that lessons have been learnt from the fail...
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