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Posted 4 years ago at 20:56 by Lee Clarke

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Posted 4 years ago at 8:02 by Brian Bennis

Can I offer salary sacrifice with auto-enrolment?

Yes, you can, but it must not be made a condition of membership. As a consequence, employee communication may become complicated: the implementation of salary sacrifice will need careful consideration and planning

Posted 5 years ago at 14:39 by Common Questions

What if an employee is still serving a probationary period – do they have to be auto-enrolled?

Yes. If the employee is working or ordinarily working in the UK and satisfies the age and salary criteria, they must be auto-enrolled within three months of joining the company or of meeting the criteria, whichever is later.

Posted 5 years ago at 14:38 by Common Questions

I want to know more about workplace pensions:

There’s no perfect answer for where to put your money for later life. Each type of saving and investment works differently and has its own pros and cons. But for most people it’s better to do something, such as pay into a workplace pension scheme, than do nothing.

Posted 5 years ago at 14:37 by Common Questions

Are pensions safe?

No savings, including pensions, are never entirely risk-free. However, the government has put an increasing number of controls in place designed to minimise the risks. This means your money is better protected than in the past.

Posted 5 years ago at 14:36 by Common Questions

  What if I’m not sure it’s for me?

For many people, paying into a workplace pension scheme is a good idea - even if they have other financial commitments, such as a mortgage or a loan. This is because you’re not the only one putting money in. Your employer has to contribute too, provided you earn more than a certain amount (£5,668.00 a year in 2013-14).

Posted 5 years ago at 14:35 by Common Questions

I had a workplace pension in a previous job, what should I do about that?

You could leave it where it is. You will get it when you retire, so long as you were in the pension scheme long enough. The length of time needed will be in the pension scheme rules. Or you might be able to combine it with your new workplace pension. If you’re considering doing this, you need to check with your current pension ...

Posted 5 years ago at 14:35 by Common Questions

I’m paying into a personal pension already, what should I do?

It’s possible to have both a workplace pension and your own personal pension, so you could choose to continue paying into both. Or you might choose to continue with just one of them. It depends on your circumstances - for example, what you can afford and what your personal and workplace pension schemes are offering.

Posted 5 years ago at 14:35 by Common Questions

Can I take the money out

Currently, most people can’t take money from any pension scheme until they are aged at least 55. The exact age you get your pension depends on the rules of the scheme. To find out, check with whoever runs your pension scheme.

Posted 5 years ago at 14:34 by Common Questions

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Best wishes with this Henry. Looks like ...
Add some details about your question/conversation
Go Henry Go!!!
As one of Henry's 3,600 members on PensionPlayPen, Europe's ...
Can I offer salary sacrifice with ...
Yes, you can, but it must not be made a condition of ...
What if an employee is still serving a ...
Yes. If the employee is working or ordinarily working in the ...
I want to know more about workplace ...
There’s no perfect answer for where to put your money for ...
 
 
 
 
 
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