Auto enrolment

Up to half a million low paid workers will soon be at risk of missing out on tax relief on their workplace pension contributions according to a Royal London estimate. The figures are based on a...
The Department for Work & Pensions (DWP) has confirmed that the 2017 review of auto-enrolment will have three themes: coverage, engagement and contribution levels. Ruston Smith, trustee director...
Almost 106,000 working people are not being auto-enrolled into a pension because their earnings come from more than one job, and 70% of them are women, research by Citizens Advice reveals. To qualify...
The Department for Work and Pensions has confirmed that the 2017 review of auto-enrolment will have three themes: coverage engagement contribution levels Ruston Smith, trustee director at Peoples’...
A survey published today has exposed weaknesses in the coverage of private sector employees of the Government’s pension auto-enrolment (AE) policy, which will particularly affect the numbers of...
There is strong support for auto-enrolment (AE) from SMEs, whether they have already staged or not, according to YouGov research for The People’s Pension. The survey, conducted among senior decision-...
The Department for Work & Pensions 2017 review into auto-enrolment will gather evidence on groups such as people with multiple jobs who do not qualify for auto- enrolment in any single job. It...
New figures show that the number of people saving into workplace pensions continues to rise, and now stands at more than 15m – an increase of 4.4m since 2012. A key reason behind this huge rise is...
The 2017 auto-enrolment review should encompass the self-employed and lower paid, says editor Stephanie Hawthorne
The pension pots of low paid workers, part time workers and carers, the majority of whom are women, could more than double with minor changes to the auto enrolment legislation according to a new...