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New AE scheme guidance, extended webinar, TPR letters online, plus re-enrolment guide

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New scheme guidance for employers

We’ve made it even easier for you or your clients to choose a pension scheme for their staff with the addition of new information and guidance on our website

It lists all schemes available to small employers, shows how to find an adviser for further help, and prompts your clients to consider other issues including tax relief, set-up and ongoing costs, and payroll compatibility. 

TPR letters now online

Stay one step ahead of your clients and know what communications they’re getting from us, and when. 

We’ve put the key letters they will be receiving during their automatic enrolment journey in one place on the business adviser section of our website – have a look at what they can expect .

This month's top 3

The top three most commonly-searched questions on our website are:

1. How to find your staging date

2. How long do I have to complete my declaration of compliance?

3. What are my pension contributions

Click on each to link to make sure you know the answers for your clients. 

Extended refresher webinar - plus LinkedIn Q&A

Join us at 2pm on 6 October where we’ll be covering the basics of Automatic Enrolment (AE) for everyone – even as a refresher for those who’ve been working on AE for their clients for a while.

This will be followed by the latest updates, including a brief overview of re-enrolment duties, compliance figures, and new online information and guidance that will help you and your clients.  We’ll have interactive Q&A sessions with our expert panel throughout.

We’re also hosting another LinkedIn session on 11 October from 10-11am, where we’ll take questions on any aspect of the AE process. To join in, you’ll need to register to join our LinkedIn group before the Q&A and post a question in the same way as you would start a discussion.

New essential guide to re-enrolment

For those of you starting to think about re-enrolment, we’ve improved our online guidance and published a new essential guide to re-enrolment. It takes you through everything you need to know, from choosing your re-enrolment date to completing your re-declaration of compliance.

Postponement and seasonal workers – new animated tutorials

Do your clients employ seasonal workers, or are they planning to use postponement? We’ve produced two new animated tutorials and other tools for employers on these more complex areas. Have a look and share them with your clients.


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