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Need to know your staging date? The table at the bottom will help you work it out or just fill in the form below and we will work it out for you!

 

Staging dates table by PAYE scheme size or reference

Please note this table gives a rough estimation of your companies staging date for auto enrolment, the information below is provided by the Pensions Regulator and they reserve the right to make amendments, for latest dates please use the form above and we will obtain your staging date from the Pension Regulator.

 

PAYE scheme size or reference Staging date
120,000 or more 1 October 2012
50,000-119,999 1 November 2012
30,000-49,999 1 January 2013
20,000-29,999 1 February 2013
10,000-19,999 1 March 2013
6,000-9,999 1 April 2013
4,100-5,999 1 May 2013
4,000-4,099 1 June 2013
3,000-3,999 1 July 2013
2,000-2,999 1 August 2013
1,250-1,999 1 September 2013
800-1,249 1 October 2013
500-799 1 November 2013
350-499 1 January 2014
250-349 1 February 2014
160-249 1 April 2014
90-159 1 May 2014
62-89 1 July 2014
61 1 August 2014
60 1 October 2014
59 1 November 2014
58 1 January 2015
54-57 1 March 2015
50-53 1 April 2015
Fewer than 30 with the last 2 characters in their PAYE reference numbers 92, A1-A9, B1-B9, AA-AZ, BA-BW, M1-M9, MA-MZ, Z1-Z9, ZA-ZZ , 0A-0Z, 1A-1Z or 2A-2Z 1 June 2015
Fewer than 30 with the last 2 characters in their PAYE reference number BX 1 July 2015
40-49 1 August 2015
Fewer than 30 with the last 2 characters in their PAYE reference number BY 1 September 2015
30-39 1 October 2015
Fewer than 30 with the last 2 characters in their PAYE reference number BZ 1 November 2015
Fewer than 30 with the last 2 characters in their PAYE reference numbers 02-04, C1-C9, D1-D9, CA-CZ or DA-DZ 1 January 2016
Fewer than 30 with the last 2 characters in their PAYE reference numbers 00 05-07, E1-E9 or EA-EZ 1 February 2016
Fewer than 30 with the last 2 characters in their PAYE reference numbers 01, 08-11, F1-F9, G1-G9, FA-FZ or GA-GZ 1 March 2016
Fewer than 30 with the last 2 characters in their PAYE reference numbers 12-16, 3A-3Z, H1-H9 or HA-HZ 1 April 2016
Fewer than 30 with the last 2 characters in their PAYE reference numbers I1-I9 or IA-IZ 1 May 2016
Fewer than 30 with the last 2 characters in their PAYE reference numbers 17-22, 4A-4Z, J1-J9 or JA-JZ 1 June 2016
Fewer than 30 with the last 2 characters in their PAYE reference numbers 23-29, 5A-5Z, K1-K9 or KA-KZ 1 July 2016
Fewer than 30 with the last 2 characters in their PAYE reference numbers 30-37, 6A-6Z, L1-L9 or LA-LZ 1 August 2016
Fewer than 30 with the last 2 characters in their PAYE reference numbers N1-N9 or NA-NZ 1 September 2016
Fewer than 30 with the last 2 characters in their PAYE reference numbers 38-46, 7A-7Z, O1-O9 or OA-OZ 1 October 2016
Fewer than 30 with the last 2 characters in their PAYE reference numbers 47-57, 8A-8Z, Q1-Q9, R1-R9, S1-S9, T1-T9, QA-QZ, RA-RZ, SA-SZ or TA-TZ 1 November 2016
Fewer than 30 with the last 2 characters in their PAYE reference numbers 58-69, 9A-9Z, U1-U9, V1-V9, W1-W9, UA-UZ, VA-VZ or WA-WZ 1 January 2017
Fewer than 30 with the last 2 characters in their PAYE reference numbers 70-83, X1-X9, Y1-Y9, XA-XZ or YA-YZ 1 February 2017
Fewer than 30 with the last 2 characters in their PAYE reference numbers P1-P9 or PA-PZ 1 March 2017
Fewer than 30 with the last 2 characters in their PAYE reference numbers 84-91, 93-99 1 April 2017
Fewer than 30 unless otherwise described 1 April 2017
Employer who does not have a PAYE scheme 1 April 2017
New employer (PAYE income first payable between 1 April 2012 and 31 March 2013) 1 May 2017
New employer (PAYE income first payable between 1 April 2013 and 31 March 2014) 1 July 2017
New employer (PAYE income first payable between 1 April 2014 and 31 March 2015) 1 August 2017
New employer (PAYE income first payable between 1 April 2015 and 31 December 2015) 1 October 2017
New employer (PAYE income first payable between 1 January 2016 and 30 September 2016) 1 November 2017
New employer (PAYE income first payable between 1 October 2016 and 30 June 2017) 1 January 2018
New employer (PAYE income first payable between 1 July 2017 and 30 September 2017) 1 February 2018
What Next?
The Pensions Regulator’s advice is that employers should start preparing for auto enrolment at least 9-12 months before their staging date, this is so you have enough time to clearly understand all the factors that determine which employees you need to enrol onto a pension, how much your contributions will be and which pension provider you choose.
The message from  the Pensions Regulator is clear, “Act Now”, you as an employer need to act now and make provisions to incorporate auto enrolment into your payroll, remember, auto enrolment is law and breaking any law is criminal behaviour.
Fines

 

Heavy resources are being invested into catching out employers who neglect their auto enrolment responsibilities, if you don’t comply by your auto enrolment staging date, then you will be fined, it’s as simple as that, the infamous case of Dunelm being forced to pay Dunelm £143,000 towards unpaid pension contributions highlights that no employer will be let off for failing to comply.

 

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We have been working in the Payroll and HR sector business for your years, looking after 1000’s of workers on behalf of their employers, as such we understand seriousness in following employment laws.

 

Give us a call and we will take care of your auto enrolment duties making sure you are ready to comply well before your staging date: 0113 8267260.

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