WHAT DO YOU HAVE TO DO?
WHEN DO YOU HAVE TO DO IT BY?
WHO DOES IT AFFECT?
HOW MUCH DO YOU HAVE TO CONTRIBUTE?
WHY CHOOSE FSB WORKPLACE PENSIONS?
WHERE DO YOU GET STARTED?

What do I have to do?There will be more pensioners in the future and those pensioners are highly likely to live longer. This will put a massive strain on the State pension system.To alleviate this burden, the Pensions Acts 2007 and 2008 make changes to the Basic State Pension, the State Second Pension, and introduce new employer duties for pensions. The legislation to implement the Acts has been introduced since 2012 and will have a significant impact on every employer in the UK.<br />
This Guide summarises the impact of the new employer duties. For complete information, please download the series of guides issued by the Pensions Regulator from the Information Centre on the FSB Pension Scheme for Members website by clicking here.

Employer Duties Key Facts

What do I have to do?There will be more pensioners in the future and those pensioners are highly likely to live longer. This will put a massive strain on the State pension system.To alleviate this burden, the Pensions Acts 2007 and 2008 make changes to the Basic State Pension, the State Second Pension, and introduce new employer duties for pensions. The legislation to implement the Acts has been introduced since 2012 and will have a significant impact on every employer in the UK.<br />
This Guide summarises the impact of the new employer duties. For complete information, please download the series of guides issued by the Pensions Regulator from the Information Centre on the FSB Pension Scheme for Members website by clicking here.

What do I have to do?There will be more pensioners in the future and those pensioners are highly likely to live longer. This will put a massive strain on the State pension system.To alleviate this burden, the Pensions Acts 2007 and 2008 make changes to the Basic State Pension, the State Second Pension, and introduce new employer duties for pensions. The legislation to implement the Acts has been introduced since 2012 and will have a significant impact on every employer in the UK.<br />
This Guide summarises the impact of the new employer duties. For complete information, please download the series of guides issued by the Pensions Regulator from the Information Centre on the FSB Pension Scheme for Members website by clicking here.

Responsibilites

What do I have to do?There will be more pensioners in the future and those pensioners are highly likely to live longer. This will put a massive strain on the State pension system.To alleviate this burden, the Pensions Acts 2007 and 2008 make changes to the Basic State Pension, the State Second Pension, and introduce new employer duties for pensions. The legislation to implement the Acts has been introduced since 2012 and will have a significant impact on every employer in the UK.<br />
This Guide summarises the impact of the new employer duties. For complete information, please download the series of guides issued by the Pensions Regulator from the Information Centre on the FSB Pension Scheme for Members website by clicking here.

What do I have to do?There will be more pensioners in the future and those pensioners are highly likely to live longer. This will put a massive strain on the State pension system.To alleviate this burden, the Pensions Acts 2007 and 2008 make changes to the Basic State Pension, the State Second Pension, and introduce new employer duties for pensions. The legislation to implement the Acts has been introduced since 2012 and will have a significant impact on every employer in the UK.<br />
This Guide summarises the impact of the new employer duties. For complete information, please download the series of guides issued by the Pensions Regulator from the Information Centre on the FSB Pension Scheme for Members website by clicking here.

What are the Penalties?

What do I have to do?There will be more pensioners in the future and those pensioners are highly likely to live longer. This will put a massive strain on the State pension system.To alleviate this burden, the Pensions Acts 2007 and 2008 make changes to the Basic State Pension, the State Second Pension, and introduce new employer duties for pensions. The legislation to implement the Acts has been introduced since 2012 and will have a significant impact on every employer in the UK.<br />
This Guide summarises the impact of the new employer duties. For complete information, please download the series of guides issued by the Pensions Regulator from the Information Centre on the FSB Pension Scheme for Members website by clicking here.

Formal notice issued
£400 fixed penalty issued
Escalating penalty charged daily. For a firm employing between 5 and 49 employees this will be £500 per day