An Iron Age II Pictorial Inscription from Jerusalem by Garth Gilmour

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26 ■ Your savings A Income received before tax Basic State Pension ............................... State Graduated Pension ............................... SERPS /State Second Pension ............................... Occupational pension(s) ............................... Stakeholder or personal pension ............................... State benefits ............................... Investments and savings plans paid gross, eg gilts, National Savings ............................... Possible rental income ...............................

Additional pension: SERPS SERPS, the additional State Pension scheme, was discontinued by the government in April 2002 and has been replaced by a new additional scheme, called the State Second Pension. Those formerly contracted into SERPS will not suffer any loss, as they will still keep the benefit of any contributions made. Equally, of course, those already in receipt of a SERPS pension will continue to receive their payments as normal. If you paid into the scheme, you probably know that the amount of additional pension you will get depends on your earnings above an annually adjusted ‘lower earnings limit’ for each complete tax year since April 1978.

Holidays ............................... Newspapers/books/CDs/DVDs ............................... Drink ............................... Cigarettes/tobacco ............................... 30 ■ Your savings Hairdressing ............................... Toiletries/cosmetics ............................... Entertainment (hobbies, outings, home entertaining, etc) ............................... Misc subscriptions/membership fees ............................... Charitable donations ...............................

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