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Pensions: Get ready to embrace auto-enrolment

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Auto-enrolment basics

الخيارات الثنائية التطبيق الممارسة Auto-enrolment will affect you if you don’t already have a workplace pension, are between the ages of 22 and the state pension age, and make more than £8,105 a year. If you meet these requirements, your employer will automatically give you a pension, deducting 1% of your salary and matching that contribution with a further 1% from their own coffers.

الخيارات الثنائية autotrader مجانا  

اذهب الآن Though the implementation is staggered, with bigger businesses being forced to comply first, all employers will be in compliance with the new law until April 2017. In October of that year, all employers will then kick up their contributions to 3% of each employee’s salary, while automatically deducting 2% from the employee’s pay to be put into savings. These figures will rise again in October 2018 for a final time, where employers will be contributing 5% and employees will contribute 3% of their salaries automatically.

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Opting out

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According to a recent survey of businesses that have already complied with auto-enrolment, as may as 95% of people are happy with their automatically enrolled pension and have not yet opted out of the plan. This is understandable, as eventually employers will be contributing 5% of your salary towards retirement, which is essentially free money, and pensions are subject to government tax relief of at least 20%. This means you only need to contribute £80 to net a full £100 in your pension.

 

Of course, if you prefer to go it alone, there are many investment opportunities already in place, including self-invested personal pensions, stakeholder pensions, and هذه stocks and shares ISAs. The latter are available from many providers, including العثور على هذا Shepherd’s Friendly, and are often preferred because they offer more flexibility than traditional pensions.

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