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You asked: How much tax will I pay on a one-off taxable payment from the Aviva Pension?
Income drawdown payments via the Aviva Pension, including one-off payments from your drawdown account, are subject to income tax and collected through the PAYE (Pay As You Earn) system. Income tax will be deducted at source in accordance with your tax code. If this is your first taxable income payment, an emergency tax code may be used and you may be able to reclaim tax from HMRC if you have paid too much.
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