Salary exchange

Salary exchange can deliver substantial savings to both employer and employee by removing National Insurance liabilities on members’ payments to your pension scheme. How you use your savings is up to you, but they can then be used in a variety of ways, such as:

  • funding the implementation of salary exchange or other improvements to your employee benefits package
  • offering increased employer contributions
  • reducing the overall cost of your pension and employee benefits
 

 Overview

 
How we can help you

We can help you take advantage of salary exchange by establishing an arrangement that is legally compliant, simple to operate, saves you money and offers a valuable benefit to your employees.

Our service is tailored to the level of support you require, and includes:

  • feasibility and financial modelling
  • scheme rules and considerations
  • employee communication and implementation

We know that any decision affecting company finances must be carefully considered so we have developed interactive tools that can help you design, with confidence, a salary exchange scheme that is aligned with your overall financial and reward objectives.
 

 

 Insights and views

 
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    24 October 2014
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    Life after Auto-enrolment - the Regulator's latest analysis
    4 September 2014
    The Pension Regulator (the regulator) publishes regular reports on the progress of automatic enrolment. The latest Declaration of Compliance report on automatic enrolment covers the period from 1 July 2012 to 31 July 2014. Read more about the key findings below.
     
     


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    Countdown to Flexiday Issue 5: Member communications in a post-Budget world
    26 August 2014
    In this note, the fifth in our ‘Countdown to Flexiday’ series, we look at the Government’s guidance guarantee and how the Budget changes will affect communications delivered to members regarding their retirement planning.
     


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    Countdown to Flexiday: Government responds to Flexiday consultation
    31 July 2014
    In this note, the fourth in our ‘Countdown to Flexiday’ series, we look at the Government’s response to its consultation on the radical changes to the tax rules governing pensions announced in the Budget in March.

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    Countdown to Flexiday: Increased opportunities to take small benefits as cash
    27 June 2014
    In this note, the third in our ‘Countdown to Flexiday’ series, we look at the changes to the rules for trivial commutation made in this year’s Budget, in particular whether bulk trivial commutation exercises are now likely to be more attractive.

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 Events

 
    Public Sector Outsourcing: Pensions on Local Authority Contracts
    15 January 2015
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    Charities and Non Profit Sector: Addressing the Pensions Challenge in 2015
    29 January 2015
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    Getting Ready for Your Next Pension Scheme Valuation
    11 February 2015
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    Trustee Training - Trustee Knowledge and Understanding (Intensive)
    18 February 2015
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    Member Communications: Will you be ready for 'Flexiday'
    24 February 2015
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    Getting Ready for Your Next Pension Scheme Valuation
    21 May 2015
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    Trustee Training - Trustee Knowledge and Understanding (Intensive)
    15 September 2015
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    PS Annual Pensions Conference 2015
    1 October 2015
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    Getting Ready for Your Next Pension Scheme Valuation
    26 November 2015
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    Visit the Events area for all forthcoming Punter Southall seminars, conferences and events
    Speak to us

    Speak direct to our specialists in this area
    Nick Frankland
    Principal
    Or call us on
    020 3327 5000
 

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