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Income Tax (Earnings and Pensions) Act 2003

Paragraph 45: Deductions from salary

3090.This paragraph states that the SIP must provide for a partnership share agreement to be given effect by deductions from the employee’s salary. Amounts so deducted are referred to in the SIP code as “partnership share money”. This paragraph derives from paragraph 35 of Schedule 8.

3091.The rewritten paragraph has six sub-paragraphs (as opposed to the four in paragraph 35 of Schedule 8); but in the rewritten legislation each sub-paragraph consists of a single sentence. (In the case of sub-paragraph (3), two separate sentences have been joined.)

3092.In sub-paragraph (2), the term “partnership share money” now applies to the entirety of the SIP code, instead of being confined to one part of Schedule 8, as was the case in FA 2000. In other contexts the expression was undefined; but it is considered that the definition provided here would have been held to apply in those other contexts also. See Note 65(B) in Annex 2.

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