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The first Jelf Employment Seminar in Hull…

With a continual and increasing level of change to UK employment requirements, it is a great time to bring the fun and informative Jelf Employment Seminars to Hull.  This event will…

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The Auto-Enrolment charges cap: The “unknown unknowns”

A quote from American politician Donald Rumsfeld is often cited to expand on business complexities.  For those (very few) people who are still not familiar with the quote, below is…

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Pension pot follows member: But should it?

My recent article for the (rather good) Mindful Money website has just gone live, and I believe this to be one of my better efforts. The subject matter is the much discussed…

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Better workplace pensions: Our technical update

Following on from my post last week, Jelf Employee Benefits (JEB) have issued a technical update on the Government’s response to the “Better workplace pensions” Consultation last week. The update can be…

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Charges Cap Consultation brings certainty (for now)

So we finally have a formal response to the Department of Work and Pensions (DWP’s) “Better workplace pensions” Consultation. I have been slogging my way through the full response, with…

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Charges Cap: Breaking News…

Just seen The Minister for Pensions announce that Auto-Enrolment Charges Cap will be 0.75% from April 2015.  Also commission and Active Member Discounts (AMD) to go from April 2016. However,…

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Pensions: The world turned upside down

Earlier this year I wrote that pensions were becoming a major political issue (see the following link for details http://goo.gl/LcxE2j), yet even I was not expecting the subject to take…

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The Politics of Pensions

Workplace pensions are becoming an increasingly high-profile media topic in the UK, and this new-found fame is starting to register on the political richter-scale of potential election issues as well….

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A delay but no certainty: The worst possible outcome?

I spent a large chunk of the weekend researching last week’s Financial Times story regarding the Auto-Enrolment (AE) pension scheme charges cap.  For those that missed this, the article suggested…