Pensions Regulator

Posted: 18th April 2016

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By: Elaine Tarver

Have you received a letter from the pensions regulator about workplace pensions?
If you don’t employ anyone, don’t panic but don’t ignore it

In  circumstances where  the company is not an employer for autoenrolment purposes they need to advise the pensions regulator using the online form to which there is a link below.

To complete the form the company needs  the reference off the letter the company  has received from the pensions regulator about auto enrolment and the employers PAYE reference.

This is the same for any circumstance where the employer does not have employees

The circumstances listed by the regulator where this is applicable are as follows :-

  • you’re a sole director company, with no other staff
  • your company has a number of directors, none of whom has an employment contract
  • your company has a number of directors, only one of whom has an employment contract
  • your company has ceased trading
  • your company has gone into liquidation
  • your company has been dissolved
  • you no longer employ people in your home (cleaners, nannies, personal care assistants, etc)

The link to the relevant on line form is

https://automation.thepensionsregulator.gov.uk/notanemployer.

Other questions about autoenrolment or workplace pensions

Contact Elaine Tarver   elaine.tarver@millpensions.co.uk 0771 275 1336 for a free no obligation chat

www.millpensions.co.uk

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