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How GPs have been left dealing with the pensions pot fiasco


the reason there is no impetus from those in the BMA or RCGP is because most of them are on the older scheme and have nothing to lose - there is no will amongst our leaders (who dont represent coal-face young GPs at the beginning of their careers) who are also too london-centric. Now we work til we are 68 (probably 70) and get taxed double on what we pay in, and get a fraction of it back. i am only 34 and thinking of pulling out already.

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03 Jan 2019

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