From 2012 and 2016, all employers will need to:
- Have registered a pension scheme
- Auto enrolled ALL eligible staff onto it
- Pay contributions into it
You do have a choice ... You could wait until you HAVE to do it or plan ahead NOW.
If you do it now you will:
- Be able to choose a scheme
- Phase in contributions
- Get Advice and help from FSB IFS
DON'T WORRY - THE FSB CAN HELP ...
The FSB Pension Scheme For Members
In association with FSB Independent Financial Services, the FSB has a pension scheme that is easy to arrange, simple to understand and is provided by Scottish Widows, one of the UK's leading pension providers.
This exclusive scheme is only available to FSB members and their staff. Call 0808 16 88 482 now for a Guide to the Pensions Scheme or visit www.fsb.workplacepensions.uk.net (You will be transferred to the service providers website)
The FSB Pension Scheme for Members has been arranged on behalf of the FSB for the benefit of FSB members by FSB Independent Financial Services, a trading style of Independent Financial Services (UK) Ltd (IFS). IFS is an appointed representative of IFS Aegis Ltd, which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
IFS Employee Benefits LLP will provide sufficient information to enable members and their employees to make an informed decision as to the suitability of this contract. If after reading this information, you are still unsure as to whether the contract meets your requirements, please call IFS on 0808 100 1613. A fee will be charged if financial advice is required.
IFS is registered In England No. 2937166 with its registered office at 404 The Waterfront, Stonehouse Park, Stonehouse, GL10 3UT.The FSB Pension Scheme for Members pension provider is Scottish Widows Plc. Neither the FSB nor Scottish Widows are responsible for any advice given.
FSB Independent Financial Services (FSB IFS) is a trading style of Independent Financial Services (UK) Ltd (IFS). IFS is an appointed representative of IFS Aegis Ltd, which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
IMPORTANT: Any advice will be provided by the Local Benefit Provider and neither the FSB nor FSB Independent Financial Services will be responsible for this advice. In most cases IFS will act as a Local Benefit Provider.Your Local Benefit Provider is an independent financial adviser, vetted and approved by FSB IFS. They will be regulated under the Financial Services Act and will provide details of their authorisation to you.
If you have any query or complaint regarding advice given, you should contact the Local Benefit Provider. If you are still not satisfied then you may take your complaint to the Financial Ombudsman Service.