Article preview: When automatic enrolment for workplace pensions was originally introduced, the lower age limit was set at 22. This lower age limit seemed to make a lot of sense. After all, waiting until age 22 before employers had to enrol their staff into a workplace pension avoided complications with the enrolment of students doing temporary work, including summer jobs. Since the lower age limit of 22 was established, the government introduced a concession, allowing employers three months before automatically enrolling those workers who do short-term seasonal jobs.
Automatic enrolment age limit creates younger person pension penalty
This 556-word blog post reports on findings of new research by insurer Royal London. Written on 21 January 2020.
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