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The National Health Service Superannuation Scheme (Scotland) Regulations 2011

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Limit on pensionable earnings — dental practitioners

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10.—(1) A dental practitioner’s pensionable earnings in any financial year ending before 1st April 1995 are subject to the upper limit specified in the following table for the period in which the year falls:—

Period

Upper limit for each year

1st April 1950 to 31st March 1966£3,500
1st April 1966 to 31st March 1972£6,000
1st April 1972 to 31st March 1975£10,000
1st April 1975 to 31st March 1978£15,000
1st April 1978 to 31st March 1982£21,000
1st April 1982 to 31st March 1985£33,000
1st April 1985 to 31st March 1988£40,000
1st April 1988 to 31st March 1989£45,000
1st April 1989 to 31st March 1990£54,000
1st April 1990 to 31st March 1991£58,000
1st April 1991 to 31st March 1992£65,000
1st April 1992 to 31st March 1993£72,000
1st April 1993 to 31st March 1994£73,000
1st April 1994 to 31st March 1995£75,000

(2) A dental practitioner’ pensionable earnings in any financial year starting after 31st March 1995 and ending before 1st April 2008 are subject to the upper limit specified for that year by the Scottish Ministers.

(3) In the case of a dental practitioner employed by persons carrying on a deceased practitioner’s dentistry business, pensionable earnings cannot exceed the total of the amount paid to the dental practitioner by those persons, plus any amounts paid to him by a Health Board that those persons allow the dental practitioner to retain.

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