IRIS Auto Enrolment Seminar

Event: IRIS Auto Enrolment Seminar - 13 August 2014

Date: 

Location: Leicester

Come learn how IRIS and NOW: Pensions can help you effectively manage auto enrolment for your clients.

During this seminar, we will explore the opportunity auto enrolment can bring and how online bookkeeping could create new possibilities and greater efficiency for your practice

Agenda

  •   Introduction and IRIS update
  •   Auto enrolment – Issues facing your practice and how to make payroll function a core and profitable service
  •   Online Bookkeeping –  A look at how online bookkeeping can revolutionise the way you work with your clients

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