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Incentive to earn over £100K

 
#1 Incentive to earn over £100K
24/10/2020 11:56

rb41

First world problem-does striving to climb the career ladder hit a point of diminishing returns versus hours per week if you know that your not going to make it to Partner level or equivalent in FS? Specifically If you earn over £100k and need to make your earning last tax efficient via pensions etc and whilst you get 20 per cent back per annum you aren’t going to see the bulk of it until you retire, so is it worth continuing to strive if you know you don’t want/not capable of reaching top tier and just let inflation naturally ride its course and therefore represents a switch in mindset from early career striving? In summary what immediate incentive is there really financially of progressing from £100k-£150k?

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#2 RE: Incentive to earn over £100K
10/11/2020 22:39

Kanbanned to rb41 (#1)

In the UK the punitive marginal rates of > 70% wipe out the benefit of progressing from £100k to £125k. It only makes sense if you can get equity and benefit from a liquidity event as the PA Consultants did. Then you'll get a £1m + payout.

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#3 RE: Incentive to earn over £100K
10/11/2020 22:39

Kanbanned to rb41 (#1)

In the UK the punitive marginal rates of > 70% wipe out the benefit of progressing from £100k to £125k. It only makes sense if you can get equity and benefit from a liquidity event as the PA Consultants did. Then you'll get a £1m + payout.

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