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Understanding the need of our clients/customers has helped us set up a comprehensive service around Auto Enrolment which means they receive an end to end, fully compliant and worry free service. New Government legislation now requires all employers (including service user’s) to set up and manage a pension scheme for all of their employees – referred to as Workplace Pensions & Auto Enrolment.

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As part of our service, and at no extra cost:
  • Assessment of workforce.
  • Set up of a Pension scheme (if required).
  • Register Pension scheme with The Pensions Regulator.
  • Produce a statutory letter to workers.
  • Assess and enrol workers accordingly.
  • Manage workers opt in opt out requests.
  • Calculate and deduct workers and employers contributions.
  • Pensions – assessment for PA’s that are eligible for automatic enrolment.
  • Make payments to pension schemes on behalf of the employer (managed account only).
  • Maintain statutory records.

Enrol Your Staff Into A Workplace Pension

Employers will have to provide a workplace pension for eligible staff by 2018. This is called ‘automatic enrolment’. Find out when you’ll need to start enrolling people - it depends how many people are on your payroll. This is known as your ‘staging date’.

Check You’re An Employer

You’re usually an employer if you deduct tax and National Insurance contributions from an employee’s wages. If you’re unsure what your duties are, for example you have a carer or employ someone to work in your home.

Employees Who Qualify For A Workplace Pension

You must enrol and make an employer’s contribution for all staff who:

  • Assessment of workforce.
  • Set up of a Pension scheme (if required).
  • Register Pension scheme with The Pensions Regulator.
  • Produce a statutory letter to workers.
  • Assess and enrol workers accordingly.
  • Manage workers opt in opt out requests.
  • Calculate and deduct workers and employers contributions.
  • Pensions – assessment for PA’s that are eligible for automatic enrolment.
  • Make payments to pension schemes on behalf of the employer (managed account only).
  • Maintain statutory records.

FAQs
You must set up a workplace pension scheme, if you don’t already offer one. Use The Pensions Regulator’s Duties Checker to find out what you need to do and when you need to do it.

If you already have a workplace pension scheme, you must ask the provider if it meets the automatic enrolment rules.
You must pay at least 1% of your employee’s ‘qualifying earnings’ into your workplace pension. This will rise to 3% in 2019 if approved by Parliament. You can work out ‘qualifying earnings’ as either:

The amount an employee earns before tax between £5,876 and £45,000 a year Their entire salary or wages before tax.
You must deduct contributions from your staff’s pay each month. You’ll need to pay these into your staff pension scheme by the 22nd day (19th if you pay by cheque) of the next month.

You must pay your contributions for each employee by the date you’ve agreed with your provider.

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