Sign up to the Workplace Pension through the NFFF for a discounted auto-enrolment rate
Article Date: 2016-02-13
The National Federation of Fish Friers are working alongside Clayton Holmes Naisbitt Financial Consultancy and the Carey Corporate Pensions to offer NFFF members, fish and chip shops and takeaways in general a simple cost effective pension solution.
The NFFF has used its scale and influence to negotiate an exclusive deal for all members to meet their Auto-enrolment responsibilities. Guaranteed acceptance is offered to all applicants and a dedicated online set up is available where a pension scheme can be set up in less than 10 minutes for a fixed fee of £345. NFFF members and non-members alike will receive an additional £50 off their membership fee. Signing up elsewhere you will be charged the standard rate of £500 and not be entitled to NFFF membership discount.
Pensions used to be rarely talked about, but now it seems that you can’t switch on the TV or open a newspaper without hearing about them. 2015 has been a huge year for Pensions, first with the introduction of Pensions Freedoms, where members of pension schemes can now take benefits in a much more flexible way and with the ever increasing waves of Auto-enrolment which affects all employers with at least 1 employee. That’s 1.8m employers in the next 3 years.
Arguably, the biggest test to the Auto Enrolment regime is yet to come, with 500,000 small firms set to reach their "Staging Date” in 2016. In fact, c. 100,000 employers are set to hit their Staging Date by March 2016.
Due to the huge number of employers going through Auto-enrolment in the next few years the solution is available to all NFFF members for set up now allowing you all to get set up in readiness for staging dates.
To be entitled to the auto-enrolment discounted rate of £345, the NFFF urges all organisations wishing to sign up to the auto-enrolment scheme to click on the designated click through button on the NFFF website which can be found at www.nfff.co.uk. Signing up elsewhere you will be charged the standard rate of £500.