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Auto-enrolment for Charities

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The changes in pension legislation will affect all employers, including those in the charity and not-for-profit sectors. You have a duty to provide, and contribute to, a qualifying pension scheme for all eligible employees, no matter the size and industry of your organisation.

Staging dates

Your staging date is the date you are scheduled to start your new pension duties. The date is determined based on the size of your company. If you don’t know what this date is you can find out on the government website.


The Pensions Regulator (TPR) suggests you give yourself 12 months before your staging date to get everything in place. We can help you understand your duties and find a suitable pension product if you don’t already have one. We can also help administer your pension should you need us to.

To find out more about auto-enrolment and how it will affect you and your organisation our expert team of financial advisers would be pleased to meet with you and look at your options. Please contact us for a free initial consultation.

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