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We offer three packages to suit your business needs. Joining FSB Connect is free, our Business Essentials package starts at £172.50 in the first year and our specialist Business Creation package has a fixed price of £129.
Pensions Select Committee pinpoints auto-enrolment risks
Unemployment is historically low demonstrating the ongoing strength of the UK labour market. However, the fact that average earnings growth has slowed is a sign that businesses are putting off pay rises in the face of a number of emerging headwinds.
The Pensions Regulators Quarterly Compliance and Enforcement Bulletin released today shows a 90% compliance rate from the first group of small businesses to reach their auto-enrolment staging date in June 2015.
FSB highlights the challenge auto-enrolment poses for smaller firms following report from the Public Accounts Committee.
FSB pension expert hosting Q&A on pension auto enrolment
FSB research has found too many small business are still unclear what they need to do for auto-enrolment
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The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) says that forcing small businesses to file pension administration electronically should be a choice not an obligation.
The FSB has stressed the importance of affordability for small employers ahead of the Government’s announcement of its plans for a national pensions saving scheme today
The FSB today welcomed the Government’s approach to tackling the future of UK pensions.
The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) today urged all parties to keep the needs of small employers and the self-employed in mind when deciding the future of UK pensions provision.
Every business knows that people are key to success, but what if you are turning customers and staff away, without even knowing it?
The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) today reminded the Secretary of State for Pensions, the Rt Hon John Hutton MP, that proposals for compulsory 3% pensions contributions from businesses are unsustainable for small firms.
The FSB has finalised the line up of speakers for its Annual Conference at the Palace Hotel in Manchester this week
As the Government marks its National Pensions Day today (March 18 2006) the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) called for the Government to rethink key parts of its pensions proposals.
The FSB has today welcomed the debate on absenteeism initiated by John Hutton, the Secretary of State for Work and Pensions.
John Hutton, the new Work and Pensions Secretary, is set to attend the FSB’s Annual Conference in Manchester in March this year.
The FSB has welcomed the current debate on UK pensions, but attacked proposals in today’s Pensions Commission report to compel employers to contribute to employees’ pension funds.
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