In this blog we are going to cover just how important it is that you provide a point of contact from within your small business to The Pension Regulator.
In addition to this, did you know that you need to provide this information approximately 12 months before your staging date?
I suggest that if you haven’t done so already you take care of this small task today, if at all possible. It is simple to do and should only take around 15 minutes to complete.
As the owner of your business, the onus is on you to ensure that your company is in full compliance with all the changes that are being made, and will be made, to the workplace pensions law.
When The Pensions Regulator writes to you, they will ask you to confirm that the owner or most senior person in your business is the primary contact.
Moving forward, all information regarding the pensions law and auto enrolment will be sent to this person.
You may nominate a suitable member of staff as a secondary contact, and they will be responsible for carrying out the day-to-day tasks of managing automatic enrolment.
Tick this off your auto enrolment ‘to do list’ today by visiting The Pension Regulator’s website where you can learn more about providing a point of contact and complete this small but important task.
Whether you have questions about providing a primary or secondary point of contact or you’d like to know more about Business First Network please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
Become Part of Business First Network Here and we'll take the hassle of auto enrolment off your desk.