We have strong links and a commitment to the charity sector
In fact, we are a corporate partner of ACEVO. And our parent company Foster Denovo, currently works with 160+ charities, advising many on their pension and employee benefits. So you can be rest assured that we understand many of the issues that affect charities. And if that wasn’t enough, Foster won the 2015 Charity Times award for the outstanding work performed in the auto-enrolment arena specifically for the charity sector.
So how does it work?
‘FastTrack’ is our jargon-free online solution to auto-enrolment and it helps you set up a quality workplace pension for your charity in only three steps: We can help you set up your workplace pension provided you don’t already have a pension in place and your payroll is paid either weekly or monthly.
Step 2: You’re on track
Step 3: You’re up and running
As a charity you need to keep costs under tight control.
What you pay
At the end of Step 1 - £ 495 (scheme design fee)
At the end of Step 2 - £ 995 (application fee)
TOTAL - £1,490 (plus VAT)
Click here to find out what you get for your money.
Basic: No charge
Use Enrolsme to get set up. After that you can ‘fly solo’.
Extra: £50 per month
Use Enrolsme to get set up. Every year we’ll send you a report on your scheme and fund performance. The Pension Regulator calls it “Scheme Governance”. We call it peace of mind.
Expert: £199 per month
Use Enrolsme Premier if you’d like all the benefits of Essential PLUS the added reassurance of your own named account manager to answer any queries you may have. And you can downgrade to Essential at any time.
Not forgetting your pension contributions
Remember, these prices don’t include the actual pension contributions you’ll be paying for your employees. And they don’t include the things pension providers call “admin fees”.
With Enrolsme’s calculator we can work these out for you.
To calculate this, you will need to access FastTrack and go to step 1.2. You won’t need to log in.
How can I find out my pension contribution options?
Stuart Palmer, Five Talents UK