Government urged to set timetable for AE reform implementation

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75% of employers said the current pension tax structure is “too complicated”
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75% of employers said the current pension tax structure is “too complicated”

The Association of Consulting Actuaries (ACA) has urged the government to set out a timetable for when it will implement its planned automatic enrolment (AE) reforms, and produce a timetable for increases in AE contribution levels.

A survey by the association - which questioned 308 employers of all sizes - revealed 82% of respondents support payment of AE contributions from the first pound of earnings, while 85% support reduc...

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