Posted on 20th April 2016
18 April 2016
Help is on hand for SMEs with Auto Enrolment
Carpenter Box Wealth Management LLP is holding four Essential Auto Enrolment Breakfast seminars during 2016, to help SMEs meet the Government’s deadline for Auto Enrolment implementation of 1 April 2017.
Many companies have already gone through this process, introduced by the Government’s reforms to workplace pensions in October 2012, requiring every employer to automatically enrol eligible workers into a qualifying pension scheme, and make regular contributions.
Roy Thompson, Associate at Carpenter Box Wealth Management explains the purpose of the events: “Essentially, the free breakfast seminars aim to help small and medium sized businesses to understand what they have to do to satisfy the legislation, which can quickly become more complicated than first thought. Our approach is to take the time burden away from employers by helping them to set up their schemes ensuring they comply with the relevant legislation”.
Carpenter Box Wealth Management provides three service options for SMEs ranging from the Essential option, walking companies through the process if they want to implement Auto Enrolment themselves, to the Self-Managed option, involving the installation of Auto Enrolment project management software, to the final Managed Option where Carpenter Box Wealth Management undertakes the whole process leaving the business to concentrate on what it does best.
The breakfast seminars will be held between 8am and 9.30am at Carpenter Box’s head office in Worthing on 29 April, 24 June, 2 September and 28 October. If you would like to register for any of the events, you can book online at http://www.carpenterbox.com/autoenrol-breakfast/ or contact Rachael Topping at Carpenter Box on 01903 234094.
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