The top five most read auto enrolment blog posts from April

By Sam Thomas | 1st June 2016 | 15 min read

Here are the top 5 most popular blog articles from April which cover auto enrolment.

You can also read the top 5 most read payroll blogs from April here.

This month the top 5 blogs cover the top three challenges automatic enrolment brings to small businesses, the IRIS SME Division CEO discussing auto enrolment, NEST Web Services, how seasonal workers fit-in with auto enrolment, and HMRC's Basic PAYE Tools.

The top three challenges auto enrolment brings to small businesses

Payroll year-end has been and gone, and now we’re well into the 2016/17 financial year. The Pensions Regulator estimate that over 570,000 small businesses will stage for auto enrolment over the coming 12 months, but what have been the key challenges of auto enrolment for the 100,000 business who’ve staged since 2012, and will the next 12 months be any different?

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IRIS SME Division CEO gives his top tips on auto enrolment

During Mark’s time at IRIS, he’s helped oversee businesses of all sizes prepare for auto enrolment and was instrumental in the development of the IRIS AE Suite™, the industry’s most comprehensive auto enrolment software package.

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Choosing NEST for auto enrolment? What you need to know about IRIS and NEST Web Services

If you’re thinking of using NEST, the Government-backed pension provider for the workplace pension reforms, do you know about the NEST Web Services facility?

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How do seasonal workers fit in with auto enrolment?

With the summer season approaching, we take a look at the seasonal worker and how auto enrolment affects them and your business.

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Helping users of HMRC's Basic PAYE Tools undertake auto enrolment calculations

Back in March 2015, The Pensions Regulator (TPR) issued a consultation document on a proposal to update HMRC's Basic PAYE Tools (BPT) with auto enrolment assessment functionality. The responses to the consultation have been put together and a response from TPR has been offered.

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