Workplace pensions law has changed. Every employer in the UK will be required to help more of their workers to save for their retirement.

Employers will need to automatically enrol certain workers into a pension scheme and contribute towards it. All employers have a staging date for when they need to do this. The Pensions Regulator has been for notifying employers of this.

ICB has provided the necessary information to help you navigate your way through Auto-enrolment in whatever capacity you have to.


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According to recent research by The Pensions Regulator, 81% of bookkeepers expect to play an active role helping their clients enact pension auto-enrolment and 38% of bookkeepers have already discussed it with a client...

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This page contains helpful information regarding automatic enrolment for ICB members in practice who employ staff. It gives the main steps that need to be taken leading up to, during and after the staging dates that are set for all organisations...

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The Government has introduced legislation that says all employees must have a pension. The law requires your employer to set up a pension scheme for you by a process called 'auto-enrolment'. Both you and your employer will pay money (contributions) into...

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Find out answers to some of the most common questions asked about Auto-enrolment. Questions like "Is there a definition of “Worker”?" and "How do I find out my client’s Staging Date if they have not heard from the Pensions Regulator?"

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