Barnett & Turner Accountants Ltd | Auto enrolment
Chartered Accountants & Chartered Tax Advisers based in Mansfield, Nottinghamshire
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Auto enrolment

25 Aug Worried about auto-enrolment? Here’s a ten-point plan.

Don’t panic about your pension responsibilities, writes Jono Wilson of Barnett & Turner. Start planning ahead. If you’re running a small business, the chances are you will have heard from the Pensions Regulator by now about your staging date for auto-enrolment. Although SMEs have been given extra leeway, the time is now fast approaching when you’ll need to spring into action. The process starts by nominating a primary point of contact (usually a partner, director or someone else in a senior position) and a secondary contact who’ll handle the day-to-day operation of the scheme. It’s important to remember that penalties can eventually rise...

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15 Sep Think you’ve sorted auto-enrolment? Think again…

Many businesses and their employees are aware of the legislation surrounding auto-enrolment for pensions. Indeed, the ‘staging’ dates for bigger companies have already come and gone, so quite a few lessons have been picked up along the way. Perhaps your own date still lies ahead, but you’ve talked to your IFA and identified a provider? It would be easy to think you’d done the hard work. But actually, the real issues may still lie ahead. Data compliance, processing and communication are all potential headaches for businesses. After assessing your existing pension and selecting a new scheme, you need to identify your...

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30 May The automatic solution: talking to your accountant about pensions

Back at the beginning of the 20th century, when the first old-age pension was introduced in the UK, there were 10 people of working age for every person drawing their retirement income. Today, that ratio is 3:1 and it’s set to drop still further to 2:1 by 2050. Given that our pensions are covered by the current working population, it’s hardly surprising that government has – for many years – been worrying about the long-term sustainability of state provision and urging us all to supplement our pension with private plans. In 2012, we moved from gentle cajoling to a more formal system,...

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