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4th June – Pension Auto-Enrolment explained for your business

There are some common misconceptions around the automatic-enrolment process, join us to make sure you have the right information.
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Tuesday, 3 June 2014
Location: 

18 Great Guildford St

18 Great Guildford St
London SE1

New pensions legislation will mean that every employer in the UK will be required to put in place a scheme to help workers save for retirement known as Automatic Enrolment. As a small business there will be many changes to make and processes to put in place. This breakfast session will aim to demystify the legislation and your requirements as an employer. 

It's important to plan ahead for your Auto-Enrolment Pensions staging date. The session will explain why pension planning is so important, and describe some of the options available to you.You may already have a good understanding of the new legislation but there are some common misconceptions concerning the automatic enrolment process so come along and we'll help you get the information right in order to ensure your planning and implementation goes smoothly. 

Daren O'Brien and Alistair Murdoch, Independent Advisors from Aurora will be talking about the requirements and options available to employers, followed by Paul Budgen from NEST who will explain what they offer for employers as a default choice. 

Light breakfast will be served. Email Liz to rsvp. 

About Aurora Financial Solutions

From start-ups to multi-nationals Aurora has provided flexible schemes to help employers achieve cost effective outcome and achieve their own employment goals whilst adhering to the legislation.  Daren and Alistair at Aurora have been based in Borough High Street for over 5 years providing advice to companies and their directors on these issues with over 30 years experience of these markets between them.  As Independent Financial Advisers they will be happy to help and answer your questions at this breakfast.

About NEST

The National Employment Savings Trust (NEST) has been established by legislation to design and build a pension scheme available for all employers who wish to comply with their automatic enrolment duties. NEST operate on a not-for-profit basis and have a public service obligation to accept any employer who wants to use NEST to meet their duties.

An employer should leave at least 6 months to prepare to be compliant with their new duties. Our research tells us 90% of employers are looking for some sort of help, support and/or advice in order to achieve compliance. Paul Budgen will be on hand to answer your questions about the specifics of NEST.

Apr 28 2014