How can we help you with your auto-enrolment requirements?
Auto-enrolment legislation requires employers to automatically enrol eligible workers into a qualifying workplace pension scheme and make contributions. Failure to comply can lead to fines from The Pension Regulator.
Let us help you by making auto-enrolment part of the payroll process. We offer 3 levels of service, providing a tailored solution where we can support you as much or as little as you want.
Some of the tasks we can do on your behalf:
- Complete assessment each pay period and enrol eligible workers. These are those aged between 22 and state pension age and earn over £833 per month
- Calculate employee and employer contributions and process through the payroll
- Generate letters to communicate with employees regarding work place pensions at various stages
- Manage postponement
- Provide an upload file to meet the format your pension provider requires for you to upload to the scheme
- Upload joiners and pension contributions to the pension provider and submit for payment allowing timely collection of direct debits
- Deal with opt in’s
- Deal with opt outs and refund contributions if within 30 days on enrolment
- Monitor and manage your triennial anniversary and complete the re-enrolment process
- Provide a full audit trail should The Pension Regulator request it
Other requests such as:
- Liaise with The Pension Regulator on your behalf
- Keep you compliant and answer any questions you might have
- Connect you with a IFA to guide and support you with choosing a qualifying pension scheme and basis
- Complete the Declaration of Compliance
- Pension scheme set up and registration based on your decisions
We can work with a range of pension scheme providers: NEST, The People Pension, NOW:pension, Legal and General, Royal London, AEGON, Standard Life, AVIVA, Smart Pension, Scottish Widows to name a few.
Our team of specialists can remove the administrative burden of managing your obligations, leaving you to focus on your business. For further details contact ……
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