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Changes to NHS pensions for senior clinicians: have your say

 

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The government is consulting on proposals to make the NHS Pension Scheme more flexible and transparent for senior clinicians.

 

Health and Social Care Secretary, Matt Hancock, is asking consultants, GPs and other senior clinicians for their views on proposals to change NHS pensions to allow clinicians to take on extra work caring for patients without fear of receiving higher tax bills.

 

The Department of Health and Social Care is aware that some clinicians are considering reducing their workload and turning down additional work to slow down the rate at which their NHS pension grows each year. This is because they don’t want to breach their annual allowance of up to £40,000. 

 

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