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As the employer, do I have to match the employee contribution?

No. An employer doesn’t have to match employee contributions. Currently, the minimum contribution is 8% of qualifying earnings, of which …

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Can an employee reduce their pension contributions?

Pension savings can be a very effective way to save for the future. Your employee may not be aware of …

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Can employees and/or employers pay more than the legal minimum contribution?

Both employers and employees can choose to contribute more than the legal minimum contributions. There is no minimum contribution level …

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Can I transfer the credit on my account to my bank account?

Your account balance may be in credit – either due to a refund of contributions for employees that have opted …

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Can you accept a one-off contribution for an employee once we’ve set up the scheme?

We do accept one-off pension contributions for an employee – you might see these called additional contributions. Additional contributions can …

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Can you accept contributions net or gross?

When you set up your workplace pension with The People’s Pension, you can choose to deduct your employees’ contributions from …

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Can you accept contributions net or gross?

When you set up your workplace pension with The People’s Pension, you can choose to deduct your employees’ contributions from …

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How do I add or change my Direct Debit details?

To change your Direct Debit details, please download and complete a new Direct Debit mandate. One can be found in …

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How do I cancel a direct payment?

You’re unable to cancel a direct payment via Online Services, but get in touch and we’d be happy to help. We …

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How do pension contributions work under the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS)?

The Coronavirus Retention Scheme (CJRS) offered grants to cover a portion of the wage costs if you put staff on …

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