All you need to know about setting up a workplace pension with us, from assessment to investment.
We explain how it works and what your responsibilities are for setting up a workplace pension and assessing and enrolling your eligible employees.
The pension journey made simple
We explain the age and earnings thresholds so you can assess your employees quickly and accurately.
Setting up your payroll function, choosing contribution levels, and uploading employee records.
Your ongoing obligations – checking for changes, continuing assessments and future re-enrolments.
Declaration of compliance
Once you’ve met your auto enrolment duties, you must declare to The Pensions Regulator (TPR) that your workplace pension is compliant. We explain this important step.
How to calculate qualifying earnings for your Scheme and the up-to-date earnings bands for the 2022-2023 tax year.
How to collect and manage pension contributions through your payroll, keep records and pay tax to HMRC.
We have one well-thought-out investment strategy, which aims to give you and your employees good value and deliver positive outcomes over the long term.
We’ve made things simple to keep monthly costs down, with a pricing strategy to meet the needs of every size of business.
Popular pension questions
What happens to an employee’s pension if they leave?
Their pension savings stay invested with us. We’ll keep in touch to explain their options.
What is an auto enrolment duties start date?
Auto enrolment duties start as soon as you employ someone. Find out more about your duties.
What are the current auto enrolment earnings thresholds?
The Department for Work and Pensions updates auto enrolment thresholds on 6 April each year.
What’s the difference between net pay and relief at source?
Pension schemes can collect tax relief on pension contributions in two ways – net pay and relief at source. Ours is a net pay scheme.