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How do I avoid mistakenly sending contributions across to NOW: Pensions on a “year to date” basis?

To avoid mistakenly sending year to date contributions to NOW: Pensions, you must set the processing criteria within Sage 50 Payroll to the period for which you are submitting contributions. You should not select the full year to date.

It is important that you check your files for year to date contributions before they are sent to NOW: Pensions.

Here is an article from the Sage website with more information about integrating with NOW: Pensions.

 

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Over a short period of time, NOW: Pensions has established itself as a respected and credible player in the UK workplace pensions market attracting thousands of employers and hundreds of thousands of members. Joining the team at such a crucial time… — Jocelyn Blackwell, Founder of Dunnett Shaw and Raising Standards in Pensions Administration
Why do we insist on having a choice of fund manager when the evidence shows there is usually no benefit to be gained…and there is always a negative impact in terms of cost? — Anthony Hilton financial editor of the Evening Standard writing in Pensions World, June 2013
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ATP comes to the UK pensions world with the highest commendations from the Danish trade unions, employers and government. NOW: Pensions' offering in the UK will be high quality, low cost, and honest and I'm proud to be associated with it. — John Monks, member of House of Lords and former General Secretary of ETUC and TUC