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First employer prosecuted for deliberate automatic enrolment failures

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First employer prosecuted for wilful non-compliance

This week we published details of our first prosecution of a company and its director for deliberately avoiding their automatic enrolment duties. Stott Tours, based in Oldham, Greater Manchester, and its managing director, Alan Stott, are accused of deliberately not putting 36 of their staff into a workplace pension. They have been summonsed to appear at Brighton Magistrates’ Court on 4 October 2017. They will face eight charges of wilfully failing to comply with the company’s duties.

Find out what happens if your clients don’t comply.

AE info for new employers

From 1 October, an employer’s workplace pension duties start on the first day their new member of staff starts work. If you’ve got clients who’ve just started employing someone, why not give them a copy of our A5 leaflet on automatic enrolment for new employers? It provides an introduction to their duties and how to work out if they have to put any of their staff into a pension.

Stat of the month: 

11: the number of towns and cities we’ve visited around the country to carry out spot checks on employers. These checks are part of our enforcement campaign to make sure employers are carrying out their automatic enrolment duties correctly. Find out what happens if your clients don’t meet their workplace pension responsibilities.  

My client’s declared their compliance - what next?


There are certain legal duties your client will still need to meet after they’ve completed their declaration of compliance. These include calculating and paying in contributions for those they’ve put into a pension scheme, sorting out any requests to join or leave the scheme, and keeping accurate records. Watch James explain ongoing pension responsibilities in this new short video – and please feel free to share it with your clients.


Are your clients ready to explain contribution increases to their staff?

Recent research from the Department for Work and Pensions shows that 83% of staff see workplace saving as the norm, and 79% welcome the increases in contributions. 
We are writing to all employers about how to prepare for the first increases in April 2018 – for more information, read our guidance on the changes, including a template letter for your clients to help them explain the increases to their staff. 

Register now for HMRC’s talking points webinar on new employers

Please join us on Tuesday 26 September at 1pm where we’ll be taking part in HMRC’s Talking Points webinar. Register now to find out what other advisers are asking about new employers and their automatic enrolment responsibilities. 

Hot topics

• We’re getting calls from employers who hadn’t heard that the date when minimum contributions were increasing had changed, and believed it was still October 2017. Make sure you’re up to speed with the correct dates so you can inform your clients. 

• As the number of employers going through re-enrolment rises, we’re getting more questions about their duties. Make sure you know what your clients' re-enrolment duties are. 
 
 
 

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