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Have you watched our webinar yet?
If you didn’t manage to attend our recent webinar, don’t worry. You can watch it here.
Join our panel of experts as they take you through the basics of AE, the latest news and updates, as well as answering over 60 questions from advisers. 
We also covered re-enrolment duties, latest compliance figures and new online information and guidance that will help you and your clients, so there’ll be plenty to interest you.

86% of advisers who attended the webinar said it was informative and useful to their role, and 97% said they would attend further webinars. Look out for the next one – details coming up in the next few months.

Did your clients stage in 2013? Then it's nearly time for them to re-enrol

If your clients staged in 2013, they should look out for a letter from us about re-enrolment. 

This must be carried out three years after an employer's initial staging date and they’ll need to re-enrol eligible staff into a pension. This applies even if they opted out or they ceased active membership after being automatically enrolled the first time round. Your client’s duties will vary depending on whether they identify that they have staff to re-enrol.They will also need to complete a re-declaration of compliance. 

We have guidance for advisers on re-enrolment and how to help your clients, which you can see on our website

Stat of the month: 50%

50% of employees who didn’t previously have any pension savings are now in a pension scheme. 

Check out our guidance to help your client choose a scheme that’s right for them and their staff. 

Our events for advisers – questions we’re asked

We regularly speak about AE at our events around the country, and advisers often approach us to ask questions on a whole range of topics. 

Some recent queries put to us have been around sole traders, the difference between a qualifying scheme and an AE scheme, self-certification, and handling breaches of the law. 

Check out our web pages for business advisers, where you can find out all you need to know about your client’s AE duties, and keep an eye out in these emails for future events that we’ll be holding.

This month’s hot topics

Which members of staff does my client need to let you know about in their declaration of compliance?

When they submit their declaration of compliance they need to tell us about all of their workers, not just those they’ve put in a scheme. You can reassure them that they’ll be prompted to enter all the information required as they go through the form.

My client’s contact details have changed. How do they inform 
The Pensions Regulator? 

They can let us know of any changes to contact details using our nomination form.

Does my client need to re-declare their compliance when they re-enrol?

Yes, they’ll need to let us know they’ve met their legal duties by completing their re-declaration of compliance.

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