Workplace pensions / employers obligataions Workshop 7th October 2015
Workplace pensions / employers' obligations workshop - 7th October

Every employer with at least one member of staff now has new responsibilities, including putting those who meet certain criteria into a workplace pension scheme and contributing towards it. This is called automatic enrolment.

Does it apply to you or your business..?  Do you employ seasonal staff..?  Only employ one or two part time staff..?  What does automatic enrolment mean..? 

Do you have any questions?

Join us for a Pension Workshop (presentation and discussion) on workplace pensions and your duties. 

Date: Wednesday 7th October
Time: 1.45pm (ends approx 3.45pm)
Location: Clyne Farm Centre, Westport Avenue, Mayals, Swansea, SA3 5AR
Cost: FREE

 
We have invited Simon Wyatt of Simon Wyatt Financial Planning, an independent financial adviser, to do a short presentation with questions and answers on the new workplace pensions and your duties as employers. 
 

BOOKING

The afternoon is FREE to attend and includes refreshments – Booking is essential email or call
info@tourismswanseabay.co.uk
 
A bit about Simon – www.simonwyattfinancialplanning.co.uk - Simon joined the financial services industry in 1998 working for the Lloyds TSB group. Prior to establishing Simon Wyatt Financial Planning he was a director in an IFA practice in Cardiff where he quickly established himself as an expert in Pension Planning especially SIPPs and SSASs, tax efficient solutions for individuals and companies, incorporating Inheritance Tax Planning and Investment Planning. 
He believes strongly that the financial services industry should be regarded as a profession and to this end he has become one of only a very limited number of advisers in the country to hold both the Chartered Financial Planner and Certified Financial Planner qualifications along with the Fellowship of the Personal Finance Society.
To further improve the advice that he gives to you he works with leading Accountancy and Solicitor practices in South Wales.