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Administering your payroll can be time-consuming, diverting energy and resources from the core activities of your business. The task is further complicated by the growing complexity of taxation and employment legislation and the potential penalties for non-compliance.
Sence Accounting can provide a comprehensive and confidential payroll service:
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In order to ensure more employees are planning and saving for their retirement, Auto-enrolment has been brought into place with new changes to the workplace pension legislation. This means all employees who earn over a certain threshold are required to be auto-enroled into a pension scheme organised by the company they work for. Our Accountants are here to help you understand the requirements for Auto-Entrolment - call us on 01530 267320.
Who Needs to be enrolled?
This easy table will help you to access the requirements for each employee:
From the company's staging date, employers will be required to pay regular contributions into their staff pension scheme for staff who have been automatically enrolled or who have opted in. The table below shows the minimum amounts the employer will need to pay.
You can also read our FREE Guide covering everything you need to know about Auto-Enrolment here - Auto-Enrolment FREE Guide
For help & support with all your Payroll or Auto Enrolment needs, please contact us on 01530 267 320 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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