PCSE advice: Accessing draft Type 1 and 2 forms

24th January 2022 by NASGP

PCSE advice: Accessing draft Type 1 and 2 forms

As a Type 2 practitioner, your self-assessment will be used by PCSE to determine whether you have paid the correct tiered contributions across all of your GP pensionable posts.

A Type 2 medical practitioner is a:

  • Salaried GP formally employed by a GP surgery, APMS Contractor, or a LHB (Wales).
  • Long-term fee-based GP who worked for a GP surgery, APMS Contractor, or a LHB.
  • GP who solely performs OOHs either on an employed or self-employed basis.
  • GP ‘with special interests’ (GPwSI) employed or engaged by NHS England or a LHB.

As a rule of thumb, any GP who is not a GP partner, or not solely working as a GP locum, will probably be considered a Type 2 practitioner.

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