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A pay rise or a pay cut in April?

As a result of the final stage of pensions auto-enrolment being rolled out in April 2019, some employees will get a hidden pay rise from their employers, but only if they take a pay cut. Why is that? More...


Complying with your pensions duties?

The Pensions Regulator has now turned its attention to auditing employers to check compliance with their auto-enrolment duties. What do you need to know to ensure you don’t fall foul? More...


Your role in delivering workplace pensions

Since 2012 employers, and specifically payroll professionals like you, have had to become pensions specialists too. So what are the nuts and bolts of this new area of expertise? More...


Opting down and NEST


What are the next steps for auto-enrolment?

It’s five years since the implementation of auto-enrolment so the government has carried out a review to consider any future changes to policy that might be needed. Is there much to worry about? More...


Are you ready for 2018?

The turn of the year isn’t just a time for personal reflection. What business payroll plans should you be implementing in 2018? More...


Don’t mention the pension…?

With the advent of auto-enrolment and universal workplace pensions, employers are now worried about being seen to advise on pension matters. How far does the law allow you to go? More...


Opt down or out?

The Department for Work and Pensions is considering how to prevent employees opting out when the contribution figure rises to 3% in April 2018. So what’s the plan? More...

auto enrolment - update

Pensions go mainstream

It’s all change from October 2017 as auto-enrolment hits its five-year milestone and we head towards the first increase in contributions. What’s involved and what might be the additional cost? More...
Last updated: 03.04.2020

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