The Pensions Regulator

We have missed our third anniversary what do we do?

The date you assess the age and earnings of your staff, who have left your pension scheme or reduced their contributions, to work out if you must put them back into your pension scheme is known as your ‘re-enrolment date’.

If this is the first time you must assess your staff for re-enrolment, we recommend that you use the third anniversary of your automatic enrolment staging date as your re-enrolment date. However, you can choose an alternative date if, for example, you have already passed the third anniversary of your staging date, You have up to three months after the anniversary of your staging date to do your assessment.  Use our re-enrolment tool to see the window within which you can complete re-enrolment. 

If you are more than three months past the third anniversary of your staging date and have not assessed your staff to see if you must put them back into a pension scheme, you must contact us immediately.

If this is the second time you must assess your staff for re-enrolment, and you have missed your latest re-enrolment date you must contact us immediately.

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