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…that you can stick to! Why not help your employees get their finances in order for 2019 by asking Corinthian to help them: combine their pension pots understand their pension options We will review their options to see if transferring is the right thing for THEM. We will do all the boring stuff so that
1st January 2019 — Read this story in full.
Small companies run the risk of losing people to competitors because the benefits they offer are not so attractive. Companies employing between 50 and 300 staff say attracting talent is a bigger challenge than growing profits or improving workflow. The only issue that was a bigger concern was the uncertainty over Brexit. However, research has
17th December 2018 — Read this story in full.
Acquisition designed to grow Just Group’s capability to provide services to trustees of Defined Benefit (DB) pension schemes seeking professional advisory services to run bulk member option exercises (scheme exercises) and complements activity of recently launched HUB Pension Solutions. Just Group plc (Just Group) today announced it has acquired a 75% shareholding in the holding company
17th August 2018 — Read this story in full.
Despite NEST cutting its net expenditure by nearly £10.5m in the 12 months to the end of March 2018, the government-backed pension scheme was still carrying a black hole of £76.5m. The amount they owe to the Department for Work & Pensions – by way of a loan – increased from £539m to £623m. This has raised
13th July 2018 — Read this story in full.
Employer pleads guilty of impersonating staff to opt out of auto-enrolment Derby-based Workchain Ltd’s (formerly known as Smart Recruitment UK Ltd) owners and directors Phil Tong and Adam Hinkley encouraged five senior staff at the company to get the temporary workers out of the scheme so the company could avoid making pension payments on their
11th June 2018 — Read this story in full.
Gone are the days when providing a company pension indicated a forward-thinking, benevolent employer. The new tax year marks more than five years since auto-enrolment was introduced. The compulsory minimum contribution by employers into workplace pensions has now increased to 2% of earnings. This will rise to 3% in April 2019. Research by the Institute
30th May 2018 — Read this story in full.
Corinthian Benefits have been nominated for 3 awards! We’re absolutely delighted to have been nominated for 3 awards. Corinthian are finalists in three categories of the Corporate Adviser Awards: Best Auto-Enrolment Proposition Best Pension Adviser Corporate Adviser Small Firm of the Year The awards night is Tuesday 3rd July and naturally, we’ll keep you all
3rd May 2018 — Read this story in full.
A recent survey found that 70% of UK workers would consider leaving their current job. Up to 24% are actively seeking new opportunities and 46% are passively looking. This is a huge percentage of your workforce that could be looking around for a better deal. And with the high cost of recruitment, employee retention has
1st May 2018 — Read this story in full.
This month, your pension contributions will automatically go up – so what does this increase mean for you? Whatever your situation, there are four things to know about 2018’s pension contribution increase. These tips will help you to make the most out of this change in legislation. 1. If you currently overpay on your pension,
11th April 2018 — Read this story in full.
Illegal opt-out firm in first Regulator prosecution under Computer Misuse Act Managers of a recruitment firm are accused of logging into the employee portal of their workplace pensions site to opt them out of auto-enrolment. They now face prosecution by The Pensions Regulator (TPR). TPR is prosecuting national recruitment firm Workchain Ltd, as well as
3rd April 2018 — Read this story in full.
A quarter of employers don’t know that Auto Enrolment contributions are increasing Did you know? More than a quarter of senior business decision makers are unaware that auto-enrolment minimum contributions are increasing on 6 April. Also, almost half do not know how much they are increasing, according to research. Read the whole Corporate Adviser article here.
26th March 2018 — Read this story in full.
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