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Next re-enrolment

I'm an employer with staff to put back into my pension scheme

Based on the information you’ve provided you need to put certain members of staff back into your pension scheme. You must carry out the two stages below, which include completing your re-declaration of compliance to tell us how many members of staff you have put back into your pension scheme.

Remember, these are your legal duties and if you don’t act in time you could be fined

You must also continue to do your other ongoing duties.

Stage 1: Re-enrolment

1. Check that you have staff to put back into your pension scheme

You must check the age and earnings of the staff you have identified and work out if you need to put them back into your pension scheme.

Do this on the third anniversary of your previous re-enrolment date.

2. Write to staff that you’ve put back into your pension scheme

Use our example letter template to write to staff to tell them that you’ve put them back into your pension scheme.

Do this within six weeks of the third anniversary of your previous re-enrolment date.

Stage 2: Re-declaration

Complete your re-declaration of compliance by your deadline

Use our re-declaration checklist (PDF, 200kb, 2 pages) to find out what information you'll need to provide to tell us how you've met your legal duties.

Do this within 5 months of the third anniversary of your previous re-enrolment date.

You will need your PAYE reference and either your letter code or your accounts office reference number to get started.