What are the consequences of auto-enrolment non-compliance?

27 January 2023

The Pensions Regulator has used enforcement powers in over 500,000 cases in the last decade as a result of employers failing to comply with auto-enrolment legislation.
When an employer fails to meet their legal duties with regards to pensions administration, the Pensions Regulator will send a warning letter with instructions and a deadline for those duties to be met. If action is not taken, a statutory notice is sent out advising of unpaid contributions and possible interest due. If the breach continues, a penalty notice will follow.
The solution to avoid this is simple, outsource your payroll to CHAPS, where you are guaranteed hassle-free service with a fully trained team who are fully compliant with HMRC regulations and procedures for pensions.

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Payroll outsourcing has become increasingly popular among businesses of all sizes. With everything that goes into processing payroll, these processes can be time-consuming and stressful for business owners who are handling it themselves.
When it comes to payroll outsourcing, you may be left with some questions. What does it mean to outsource your payroll? How do you know if payroll outsourcing is right for your business? What are your options? What are the benefits?

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