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Pension costs to increase with pay

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This article mentions only those in the highest and lowest salary scales. The vast majority of NHS employees (most Nurses in particular) are somewhere in the lowish to mid-salary scale. This means that a Band 5 Nurse on twenty four and a half thousand a year will be paying almost £737 more per year in pension contributions. Ultimately, to receive a poorer pension.

Posted date

27 July, 2011

Posted time

10:43 am

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