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Have you seen our new re-enrolment animation? Watch it here, plus the latest AE updates

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Re-enrolment: new animation

Every three years, your clients must re-enrol certain staff into an AE pension scheme. This is called ‘re-enrolment’.

re-enrolment video

It goes through the basics of re-enrolment, the steps your clients need to go through and when, and where to complete the re-declaration of compliance (you can do this on your client’s behalf).

Stat of the month

500,000 employers have now put their staff into a pension scheme. This means more than 7.6 million workers are now saving for their retirement since the change in law in 2012.

Your clients can find out what their duties are and if they have anyone to automatically enrol, by using our online Duties Checker.

If your client is one of the 500,000 employers, remember they also have ongoing duties  that they may need your support with.

Case studies and webinar volunteers wanted

Feedback from our recent events and webinars has revealed that business advisers like you would like to learn more about the practical side of AE. Therefore, we’d like to hear about your AE experiences to create some real-life case studies.

We’re also looking for people to take part in interviews or panel discussions for our upcoming webinars.

Contact us using the following email address if you’d like to get involved:

New earnings thresholds

Every year, the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) reviews the earnings thresholds for AE. The changes take effect from the start of the next tax year following the changes on 6 April. 

You can find the earnings thresholds for the current tax year on our website.

Watch our recent webinar for professionals supporting the care sector

We recently ran a webinar covering the AE duties for employers of personal care assistants.

If you weren’t able to take part on the day, you can watch it here

It covers the basics of AE, an overview of the legal duties, and what you need to know when you’re helping employers comply with the law.


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