The Pensions Regulator

How often do we need to check to see if staff who don’t need to be put into a pension scheme still remain in that category?

You must check the ages and earnings of your staff (including new starters) every time you run your payroll to check if their circumstances have changed. Anyone aged between 22 up to state pension age and earning over £192 a week or £833 a month must be put into a pension scheme. You must write to inform them within six weeks from the day you put them into a scheme.

Find out more about your ongoing duties.

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