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  • Got staff – need a pension scheme – any recommendations?
  • Rich_s
    Full Member

    As title really. I’m having a root around various bits of t’internet and am a bit unsure about which way to go, so looking for any “been there/seen it” advice.

    We have a childminder working for us, about 25 hours pw. But she’ll only be with us until Aug/Sept when miss_s goes into full time school.

    So whatever provision we make for the employee won’t have a huge impact on us. Really looking for a simple solution she can take with her when she leaves us – if that’s possible?

    Help is greatly appreciated.

    scotroutes
    Full Member

    My last company just used Nest. Should do all you need.

    mrb123
    Free Member

    Ditto, we just use Nest, seems the easiest option.

    sharkbait
    Free Member

    Nest here for the 4 that I employ. Not too tricky.

    Rich_s
    Full Member

    Amazeballs. Do we have consensus? Funnily enough I’d read the Nest blurb this very afternoon and thought “this’ll do” too!

    IHN
    Full Member

    Or…

    She sets up a pension with whoever she wants, tells you who it is, and you make Employer contributions into it. When she leaves, it’s hers to do with what she will.

    sharkbait
    Free Member

    …. yep that’s a possibility also.

    But – as an employer I was after the easiest/simplest way to manage my employees pensions and that meant finding a provider that worked with my software so it all gets done with just a couple of clicks.
    I’m not sure if all providers are compatible with all software.

    DavidB
    Free Member

    Nest here, really easy to setup and administer

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