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Deferring an employee’s auto-enrolment


First auto-enrolment prosecution


New auto-enrolment timetable

The phasing in of pensions auto-enrolment has almost concluded. A new regime will apply if you employ someone for the first time from October 2017. What do you need to know? More...


The Pensions Regulator to make spot checks


Auto-enrolment and employees who change their minds

A few of your employees decided not to join your auto-enrolment pension scheme when it was set up. Can you now just forget about them or do they have the right to change their minds at any time? More...


Auto-enrolment - where do you stand with part timers?

You’ve taken on a part-time worker who’s asked about joining your firm’s pension under the auto-enrolment rules. Do you have to include them in your workplace pension and what information must you provide? More...


Auto-enrolment penalties rising

Latest official statistics show the number of employers penalised for not meeting their auto-enrolment obligations has increased dramatically. Is this something you should be worried about? More...


More help from The Pensions Regulator


Auto-enrolment increases delayed

Employers’ minimum pension costs are due to triple under auto-enrolment. However, the government has deferred the date for these. What’s the full story? More...


A tax break that lowers the cost of auto-enrolment

When auto-enrolment is in full swing it will add up to 3% to your staff wages bill in pension payments. The good news is that you can use a tried and tested tax break to reduce the cost. How does it work? More...
Last updated: 29.05.2020

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