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Bringing yourclient'sstaging date forward, our free webinar plus a LinkedIn Q&A session

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Bring your client’s staging date forward 
If you have clients who want to bring their staging date forward we have made a change to help simplify the process. The requirement for employers to give us a month’s notice if they want to bring forward their staging date has now been removed. They’ll still need to let us know they’re doing it, but it can now be at any point on or before their new staging date.

It’s worth noting though, that employers who do have staff to automatically enrol need to agree the new date with the pension provider first, and the staging date will still need to be the first of the month.  

However, employers without anyone to automatically enrol can now bring forward their staging date to any date they choose. They can also declare their compliance at the same time, so their duties are completed. 

These employers no longer have to set up a pension scheme – unless a worker asks to join one, or if they subsequently have staff to automatically enrol. 

Stat of the month – 5 months

Remember: Your client must complete a declaration of compliance using our online service within five months from their staging date. 

Your client’s automatic enrolment duties aren’t complete until they’ve submitted their declaration to us, and if it’s not completed within the five months, they could be fined.


If you’re completing a declaration for your client, find out what information you need to provide to us and when you need to do it.

Don’t miss our free webinar 

We’re hosting a free webinar for business advisers at 3pm on Thursday 30 June.

The webinar will focus on the April 2016 regulation changes, inform you of our latest compliance and enforcement figures and let you know about the latest updates we’ve made to the information that’s available to help you and your clients.

Due to high demand we’ve also extended the time allocated to answering your automatic enrolment questions.

This month’s hot topics

How long can my client postpone for? 


An employer can choose to delay assessing and enrolling their members of staff into a pension scheme for up to three months. Find out more about postponement.


How often does an employer have to make contributions?


Contributions are ongoing and their frequency will depend on how often they pay their staff. Your client can work out their contributions here

What does an employer who is setting up a new company and taking on a new PAYE scheme have to do?


Your clients who first pay their staff between 1/4/2012 and 30/9/2017 are given a staging date between 1/5/2017 and 1/2/2018. We will write to them 12 months before their staging date to remind them of their forthcoming duties. 


When your client has set up their new PAYE they can use our Duties Checker to find out what they need to do and by when, and so we can tailor our communications specifically for your client. 

Automatic enrolment for business advisers: online Q and A

Do you have any questions you’d like to ask us about automatic enrolment? If so, please join us on LinkedIn from 10-11am on Tuesday 28 June, where our team of automatic enrolment experts will be online and ready to answer your questions.  


If you'd like to participate, make sure you join our LinkedIn group before the session starts and post a question in the same way as you would usually start a discussion.


Making it easier for your clients to declare their compliance

We’ve made some changes to the online declaration of compliance portal to make it easier for your clients to comply with their duties. The language has been simplified and the user experience has been improved. We’ve also put in more guidance about how to register with Government Gateway and the steps involved.

 
 
 

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