A guide to Combined Pension Forecasts
This guide is for employers with an occupational scheme and pension scheme providers. It tells you what Combined Pension Forecasts are and how to arrange them for your staff.
Department for Work and Pensions
Find out more about how the Department for Work and Pensions works with employers through the Department for Work and Pensions website.
HM Revenue & Customs website provides information and advice to help you work out and deduct tax and National Insurance Contributions.
It also provides a year planner to see important events and dates for each month and information about a range of topics such as taking on a new employee, maternity leave, and starting and finishing a tax year.
You can also call the Inland Revenue Employer's Helpline on: 0845 7 143 143. The helpline is open Monday to Friday from 8am to 8pm, and Saturday and Sunday from 8.00am to 5.00pm. A textphone number for people with hearing or speech difficulties is available on 0845 602 1380.
Jobcentre Plus: Jobcentreplus will help you find the people you need to fill your vacancies and provide you with useful information about recruitment and redundancies.
Stakeholder pension schemes legislation:
Her Majesty's Stationery Office provide online access to legislation such as
Stakeholder pensions - A guide for employers
This guide, available through our resource centre, explains what stakeholder pensions are and whether you are affected by the stakeholder pension laws.
The Department for Trade and Industry: provides information and services to promote enterprise, innovation and increased productivity, encouraging successful business start-ups, and by increasing the capacity of business, including SMEs, to grow, to invest, to develop skills, to adopt best practice. It provides help with trade union, environmental matters, European matters and many other things.
The register of stakeholder pension schemes: this is a list of approved and registered stakeholder pension schemes published by the Pensions Regulator, from which employers can select a scheme.