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Help your clients get their new business ready for auto enrolment-plus contribution increases and info on director exemptions

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When are directors exempt from automatic enrolment duties?

Many directors wonder if they’re exempt from automatic enrolment, and when legal duties apply to them. There are some circumstances where directors don’t have any duties. 

The rules around director exemptions can be found on our website, where you can learn whether your clients have duties under automatic enrolment or not, and when these might come into effect. 

Make sure your clients don’t neglect their legal duties – find out more. 

Stat of the month:

The minimum employers have to contribute into their staff’s pensions goes up from 1% to 2% of qualifying earnings from 6 April 2018. Their staff’s minimum contributions will also go up from 1% to 3% at the same time.

Final increases will take place in April 2019, rising to a minimum 3% for employer contributions, and 5% for staff.

Encourage your clients to nominate a contact and get extra help with automatic enrolment

With automatic enrolment duties starting the day a new employer takes on their first member of staff, it’s more important than ever that your clients have all the information they need to help them comply with their duties. If they haven’t already, encourage them to confirm to us who their main contact is, and we’ll send them email alerts letting them know what they need to be doing and when. These tailored tips can help to make automatic enrolment a smoother experience for employers, so don’t delay – help your clients to meet their duties on time. 

Register now for free adviser webinar

Register for our free webinar from 2.30-3.30pm on 8 February. We’ll be covering topics including contribution increases, the latest updates in compliance and enforcement, and how to help your new employer clients with AE. 

Sign up here to make sure you are up to date. There will be a live Q&A session at the end of the webinar, where you will have a chance to put your questions to our experts.

Free seminars for business advisers

Join us for a free, interactive half-day seminar where our team of AE experts will take you through the latest on AE for 2018, covering topics including:
  • Are you ready for the forthcoming contribution increases?
  • Supporting your employer clients communicate with their staff
  • What happens after declaration? Preparing for ongoing duties
  • Helping your new employer clients get to grips with AE. 
Register for either London on 13 February, or Manchester on 15 February – both morning and afternoon sessions are available.

Help your clients get their new business ready for automatic enrolment

If your clients have set up a new business, they need to start thinking about automatic enrolment. They’ll probably be aware they have certain responsibilities as part of starting a business, like registering it with HMRC, and automatic enrolment is another important task. As a legal duty, whether they have to set up a workplace pension needs to be one of the first things they consider. 

If they take on a worker, then your client’s duties start on the day their staff begin working for them – so they should plan early to be ready. Even if their staff don’t earn enough to be enrolled in a pension scheme straight away, your client will still have duties, so they should make sure they know what their responsibilities are and what they need to do. You can find information on our website to help you support your client with their automatic enrolment duties.


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