Help Centre for Advisers

As a self-employed person in my own company do I have to provide a pension scheme?

If you are the only person in your company then you do not need to provide a pension scheme for yourself. However, if you employ anyone then you will need to provide a pension scheme for all employees as well as yourself.

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