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Document For abatement purposes, are my earnings after retirement based on my yearly salary?

If your pension is subject to abatement and you are re-employed your actual earnings in the part or full scheme years (1 April to 31 March) after retirement are assessed against your earnings margin.

If you have been re-employed for less than the full scheme year, your earnings margin will be apportioned according to the length of time in which you have been re-employed. For example, if your earnings margin for a whole year is £20,000 and you only work for 6 months, only half of your yearly earnings margin will apply (£10,000). The apportioned earnings margin will be compared against your actual earnings in the part year to determine whether abatement applies.

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