Pension earmarking

A method through which pensions can be dealt with during a divorce. All or part of the pension benefits of one partner are ordered to be paid to the other. The person who holds the pension pays tax rather than the ex-partner and the earmarked benefits are assessed against their lifetime allowance. Cash is paid to their ex-partner out of the income paid.

See also pension offsetting and pension sharing.

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