What happened in April: Monthly blog round up

By Louise Mulgrew | 27th April 2015 | 1 min read

Take a look back at the top blog posts from April with our monthly round up!

April has absolutely flown by, the kick off to the election campaigns, the new budget and not forgetting: Pension freedom day! It all happened in April; here is a selection of the most popular blogs from a busy month!

New starter legislation - the disappearance of the P46

When it comes to having a new starter in your business, it is extremely important that the transition is seamless. Not only for your new employee, but also for yourself and your data inputting.

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The Auto Enrolment Capacity Crunch

Capacity crunch. No, not some form of pension-inspired breakfast cereal but in fact an issue that is only set to grow now that SMEs begin to reach their staging dates.

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Avoid paying fines, don't avoid the Declaration of Compliance

The workplace pension reform was introduced in 2012 to help people save more for their retirement and it is the job of TPR to ensure that this process is smooth and streamlined.

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Declaration of Compliance


Auto enrolment videos

The IRIS AE Suite™: opinions of a streamlined auto enrolment process

Auto enrolment as explained in one of our previous blog posts is something that will eventually affect almost every business in the UK. The feelings of angst, terror and confusion run rife throughout even the largest of companies.

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Pension companies receive 230,000 calls in four days

Following the pensions freedom day last Monday, there was a surge in inbound calls to pension companies to the tune of 230,000; an increase of 214% according to the Association of British Insurers.

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