Recently we have had a request from an academic who does not want to pay
pension contributions on a temporary increase in his salary that he is
getting for undertaking extra duties because ' he will not get any benefit
from it'(nowhere near retirement age). In the past we have always made any
acting up allowance payments or honoraria that are paid over a number of
months, pensionable. The only payments we make without deduction of pension
are one off lump sums paid in arrears for extra duties that have already
been carried out.
What do you do? Does anybody have a convincing argument that I can go back
to the employee with to say that he must pay?
By the way he is in TPS.
University College Northampton
Tel: 01604 892796
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Sent: 21 February 2005 12:29
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Subject: Charging for duplicate P60s etc
Can you tell me if any of you charge for duplicate P60s,copy payslips,
mortgage letters or any other similar documents and if you do would you be
willing to tell me what your current charges are ?
Thanking you in anticipation
Mrs Brenda Ross
Assistant Finance Officer (Payroll)
The Robert Gordon University
Tel. 01224 262052
Fax 01224 262424
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