• Advice on pension scheme requirements as an employer taking on staff
  • Guidance to understand your own pension options
  • Pre-retirement planning

Key Areas of Expertise
Pensions, personal pension. employer pension schemes, retirement planning.

Laura Bowler has over twenty years’ experience working in the pensions sector across all pension scheme types. She has a deep knowledge of pension calculations and processes. Laura now focuses her time on supporting employers and employees to help them to understand their pension options and requirements through guidance and education.

In 2012 the government introduced automatic enrolment which was phased in over the next five years.  As a result any business paying staff through PAYE must ensure they provide access to and (in most cases) pay into a workplace pension or their employees.  There are a number of tasks and requirements which employers must meet or they could face a fine and further action from the Pensions Regulator.

Book an appointment with Laura to:

  • discuss your pension scheme requirements as an employer taking on staff;
  • understand your own options.

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