Increase to Auto-Enrolment Pension Contribution Rates

16th September 2017

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Is your auto-enrolment scheme set up with the employer paying a minimum pension contribution so as to comply with government rules? If so, you will have to make changes in April 2019.

Minimum Pension Contribution:

From April 2019 the total minimum contribution increases from 5% to 8%. The employer pays a minimum 3%. Staff contribute the remainder up to 5%. If your organisation has agreed with its scheme provider to calculate minimum contributions in a different way, this is called ‘certification‘ and you can check the details of this on the Pensions Regulator’s website here.

Further reading:

You can get some more information from The Pensions Regulator’s website here. If you are the business owner this article will interest you.

Updated: April 2019

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