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Don&#39t miss &#34carry-back&#34 deadline says Jupiter

People saving for retirement should take advantage of their carry-back pensions tax-break before the January 31 deadline says Jupiter.
Jupiter estimates some individuals approaching retirement could contribute up to £38,160 and claim tax relief worth up to £15,264 at 40 per cent tax.
Jupiter unitised pensions development director Colin Maloney says: &#34Whilst &#39carry forward&#39 was abolished last January, the valuable carry-back tax break remains intact, allowing payments made this year to be treated as though they were made last tax year.&#34

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