If you are eligible, your employer is required to automatically enrol you in a workplace pension scheme. When you’re enrolled both you and your employer will pay into the scheme.

However, you have the right to opt out or re-enrol at any time.

We understand that sometimes it’s difficult to put money aside for your retirement. If you want to opt out, it’s worth considering how this might affect your pension savings. By opting out you might lose out on employer and government contributions.

The video below will explain why having a pension is important.

If you have any queries about opting out, please contact member support on 0330 100 3334.

 

 

 

 

 

 





                                


                                                                    

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