- Advice on how to comply with new legislation
- Provide your employees with a qualifying pension scheme
- Avoid fines for non-compliance
- Discover the best way to change your current pension scheme
- Straightforward set-up cost, so you know exactly what you’ll be paying
To try and help make pensions affordable for employers and attractive to employees, the government introduced workplace pensions (also known as Pension auto-enrolment) in October 2012. This legislation means that if you own a practice and have employees, you’re required to provide and contribute into an employer pension scheme for all eligible workers.
From understanding your duties to meeting your staging date, there’s a lot to do in order to meet requirements and not be fined. Chances are you’ve been feeling that you need to sort this out but you don’t know where to start.
Creative Auto Enrolment
That’s why we’ve partnered up with Creative Auto Enrolment and AE Simplicity Limited – a workplace pensions package that you can arrange through Lloyd & Whyte as an exclusive part of your BDA membership.
Creative Auto Enrolment offers the only complete end-to-end solution in the market and has already helped over 17,000 employers meet their obligations. AE Simplicity Ltd are then on hand to deal with any queries and help you or your payroll department along the way – so you can get on with what matters to you.
Pension auto-enrolment is not regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.