Company Pension Schemes
COMPANY PENSION SCHEMES/AUTO ENROLMENT COMPLIANCE
There is no surprise that most employers find this confusing and the costs involved unwanted. We are here to help with this.
This page discusses pure compliance with the auto-enrolment rules. If you want to see what we can offer as regards a fully functioning suite of employee benefits please visit this page, which discusses that topic in further detail.
WHAT CAN WE DO TO HELP?
A number of small employers, including but not limited to agency operators, are finding these rules complicated and the penalties for non-compliance simply terrifying.
What we do is offer a simple and straightforward service, where we own the problem.
Firstly we get some details from you, the employer, and ask a few questions in order to work out what you want from your scheme.
Then we go away, with your payroll details, and perform calculations which inform you as to the potential costs to the business.
Then we have another conversation, whereby decisions are made as to the shape your scheme is going to take, whilst remaining in line with the regulations stipulated in The Pensions Act 2008.
We fill in paperwork for you and go through the application process, ensuring there are no errors, and then our work is done.
YOU GET WHAT YOU WANT
This is a fixed cost service and involves the basics of setting up a compliant pension. If you want further work or to see the benefits we can offer your business as a whole then have a look here to see what our full employee benefits consultancy can offer your company.
If you want a proven solution to provide compliance with the Pension Act 2008 get in touch now and have a real expert in your corner.
Get in touch
To set up a meeting with a specialist member of our team, please get in touch with your local branch or fill in our online enquiry form and we will be in touch shortly. We have local branches across Lincolnshire, Nottinghamshire, and London in Boston, Bourne, Grantham, Horncastle, Lincoln, London, Newark, Sleaford, Spalding, and Stamford.
Please remember that past performance is not necessarily a guide to future returns. The value of units and the income from your investments may fall, as well as rise. Investors may not get back the amount originally invested.