What’s a non-eligible jobholder?

A non-eligible jobholder is a person who doesn’t have to be automatically enrolled into a workplace pension.

They can ask to join your pension scheme, and you’ll have to pay monthly into their pension pots on a regular basis.

A non-eligible jobholder would be:

– aged between 16 and 21 or aged between State Pension age (SPA) and 74 and
– have qualifying earnings above the earnings trigger for automatic enrolment (currently £10,000 a year/£833 a month/£192 a week – 2018/2019 tax year)
or
– are aged between 16 and 74 and
– have qualifying earnings between the lower earnings threshold (currently £6,032 a year for the 2018/19 tax year) and the earnings trigger for automatic enrolment (currently £10,000 a year/£833 a month/£192 a week – 2018/19 tax year).

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Further details are available at The Pensions Regulator website.

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