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Posted on 7th Jul 2015 - Share this blog/article
More and more companies are receiving heavy fines for non-compliance with regard to Auto-Enrolment pensions. Make sure you are not one of them! Here are six key points that you need to think about.
A recent study by a leading Asset Management firm found that over 75% of employers expressed concern and pressure due to the increased administrative burden and costs associated with Pensions Auto-Enrolment. Even for smaller companies, the work needed is still a considerable amount. Ensuring compliance often falls under the Business owner with the support of payroll specialists or admin support.
In order to make sure you are compliant and have all the correct resources in place for the task of Pensions Auto-Enrolment, here are six key questions that every business owner should be asking themselves:
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