You are probably too busy running your company to think about your pension . . .
Do you know how much state pension you will receive when you retire? You can find this figure though your online personal tax account.
If you have taken a lump sum from your pension fund you may have had excess tax deducted by the pension company, but you can reclaim it.
On 6th April 2018 employers with auto-enrolment duties will be required by law to increase the contribution they make to staff auto-enrolment pensions.
In order to receive the full flat-rate state pension (currently £159.55 per week) you need to accrue 35 years of national insurance (NI) credits. It’s easy to find out how many NI credit years you already have: log in to your online personal tax account on gov.uk/personal-tax-account. If you contracted out of the state pension […]
We help our clients with their business and tax issues and sometimes we can help with other concerns – for example recently we helped a client with their concerns about State Pensions.
Pensions auto-enrolment continues to be a hot topic (the TV and Radio advert saying “I’m in!”). It is also a very important one for all businesses with employees. This is the feedback from our recent seminar on auto-enrollment