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Vicom Accountancy Services Ltd

164 Wyndham Road, Walworth, London, SE5 0UB

Tel: 0207 708 0033

Mobile: 07717 363 321

Fax: 0207 708 0033

Tel: 0207 708 0033

Mobile: 07717 363 321

Fax: 0207 708 0033

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PHASE ONE

I. Know your staging date

The date your automatic enrolment duties start is called your staging date and is when the law comes into effect for you. Find out your staging date to begin your preparations.

II. Provide a point of contact

Let the pension regulator team know who’ll be responsible for automatic enrolment so we can send information to help them prepare.

III. Check who you need to enrol

Carry out a quick review of your staff to get an idea of your responsibilities to them and work out whether you are likely to have to automatically enrol any of them.

IV. Create your action plan

Create your action plan for the months ahead. It may be that you don’t have to automatically enrol anyone, but you’ll still have other duties outlined throughout this guide.

PHASE TWO

Getting Started

Getting Ready

I.  Work out your costs

You may want to work out how much you'll be paying into your scheme. Do this approximately 9 months before your staging date.

II.  Check your records and payroll process

You must check that your staff records are up to date and that your payroll software can be used for automatic enrolment. You should do this approximately 6 months before your staging date

III. Choose a pension scheme (or check your existing one)

Set up a pension scheme to enrol your staff into. You should do this approximately 6 months before your staging date

PHASE THREE

At your staging date and beyond

I. Assess and enrol your staff

By your staging date, you should have everything in place and be ready to enrol your staff into your automatic enrolment pension scheme.

II. Write to your staff

After your staging date, you must write to your staff to tell them about your pension scheme and how automatic enrolment applies to them

III. Your ongoing automatic enrolment duties

Once you’ve put your staff into your pension scheme, you will have ongoing responsibilities. You’ll need to; continue to pay contributions; keep records and constantly review your staff including new starters.

IV. Your ongoing automatic enrolment duties

To let the  pension regulator team know how you’ve complied with your duties, you must complete your declaration of compliance after your staging date.

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