Auto Enrolment Seminar – Rheged

Event - 08/03/2016

 

Venue: Rheged, Penrith

Time: 9am (registration and breakfast rolls) until 11.30am

Date:  Tuesday 8 March 2016

Cost: FREE 

 

What’s it all about and why should I attend?

As an employer, you now have a legal duty to automatically enrol your eligible employees into a Qualifying Workplace Pension Scheme by a certain “Staging Date” and you will also have to contribute towards that pension scheme.

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Auto enrolment even affects employers that already have a pension scheme in place. So whether your scheme is a “plain vanilla” money purchase scheme or a “with bells on” defined benefit scheme (eg the NHS) we’ll explain all the steps you need to take to make it easy and ­manage the process.   It need not be a nightmare but it is vital that you plan well ahead and do not underestimate the time you need to get this all sorted!

You’ll leave our seminar feeling much clearer about what the auto enrolment process entails, what you have to do and how to go about doing it, in real practical terms.

As a business, we’ve been through it ourselves and we’ve ­already helped many of our clients with the process. So you could say we’ve been there, done that and got the t-shirt!

 

Contact Tessa Robinson to book your free place by emailing tessa.robinson@doddaccountants.co.uk or by telephone on 01228 530913.

You don’t have to be a Dodd & Co client to attend this seminar, all welcome!

*please let us know of any dietary requirements.

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