Poverty in practice

Yesterday, I was directed towards a page about pensions for self-employed people (on moneyhelper.org.uk).

Among other things, that page includes the following baffling statement:

“If you earn less than £3,600, you can contribute up to £2,880 to a personal pension and still get tax relief.”

(This tax relief is called the “annual allowance”, it says.)

https://www.moneyhelper.org.uk/en/pensions-and-retirement/tax-and-pensions/the-annual-allowance

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