Tax procedures for various pensions

Could you explain the difference between government, private and state pensions, and how they are taxed?

A government pension is paid by the government for services to the government (for example to former civil servants, nurses and soldiers). Note however that even within sectors typically concerned by ‘government’ pensions, such as education, there may be variations – for example a teacher may receive a government or private pension depending on the type of ...

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