Larger employers were the first to go through the process and we are now working with smaller employers which employ less than 250 employees to help them face what can be a gruelling task. To find your exact staging date by visiting The Pensions Regulator website.
For those employers yet to stage or who have missed their staging date we have established our streamlined A>E solution to help SME’s cope with their forthcoming staging dates. The solution is decision light as many aspects are pre-packaged to ease set up for the employer all for a competitive price.
Key contacts for our A>E solution are Rob Thomas 01242 538562 and Jade Taylor 01242 536309 (UK South) or Steve Elliott 0151 235 6630 (UK North).A>E solution
We are seeing a secondary stream of larger clients in the auto-enrolment market who have already staged but were rushed through the process to remain compliant. These corporates now want to make changes to consolidate, streamline or improve the standard of their pension arrangements. This could be focused on administrative efficiency, or a different approach to investment given the flexibility members now have around taking benefits. Reviewing DC arrangements can often address some or all of these concerns.DC consultancy
For employers who have already staged and would like to ensure that their scheme meets the necessary requirements we offer a three stage audit service that can give employers comfort over their processes whilst helping them stay on the right side of The Pensions Regulator.Find out more
Delegates at our recent Pensions Trustee conference had the opportunity to ask questions of three experts - Peter Askins, director at Independent Trustee Services, Robin Ellison, consultant at Pinsent Masons and our own senior consultant Malcolm McLean.
It’s been a busy period for HMRC and there have been a number of recent developments in the Scheme Reconciliation Service (SRS) world, let’s take a look at some of the recent changes…
In recent years there have been some monumental changes in UK pensions policy. Throughout 2016 we have seen a continuation of these policies and the emergence of a new pensions landscape, but not all of the changes have been unqualified successes.
The latest Individual Savings Account (ISA), the Lifetime ISA (LISA), launched on 6 April 2017 and is designed to help individuals buy their first home or save for retirement.
The latest edition of Current Pensions Issues includes an overview of the DWP's Green paper on security and sustainability in DB schemes, The DWP's consultation on a proposed method for equalising GMPs, as well as the latest news from TRP and the PPF.
In this edition of our PerioDiC newsletter, we summarise the trustee, company, and other elements to be aware of which help with running a defined contribution (DC) scheme.
Join our webinar on Tuesday, 24 May where we’ll be looking at key challenges for hundreds of thousands of SMEs facing auto-enrolment (AE) in 2016 – and how to solve them.
The Budget 2016 might not have seen the widespread changes to the pension taxation system that many had been anticipating – however, there are still key pension considerations to be aware of in the new tax year.
Our ‘Generation WHY? study, now in its third year, highlights important generational attitudes and perspectives towards money matters as well as savings and how personal affluence affects outlook.
Following the introduction of the new pension freedoms, many studies have researched how employees’ attitudes have changed in relation to retirement saving. However, no studies (until now) have asked employers how their attitudes have changed.