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Self-employed missing out on pensions

Self-employed people are individually missing out on an estimated pension boost of over £90,000 over their working life because they do not benefit from employer contributions, according to the latest research by insurer Prudential. A typical member of a company pension scheme receives employer pension contributions of £2,232 a year, at 8.4% of annual salary. […]

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Is auto-enrolment coming to your small business?

Workplace pension law has changed. Every employer has new legal duties to help their workers in the UK save for retirement. They must automatically enrol certain workers into a qualifying workplace pension scheme and make contributions towards it. A qualifying scheme is one that meets the strict criteria for workplace pensions set out by The […]

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