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VIDEO: Why you should grab your workplace pension with both hands

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Written by: YourMoney.com
19/07/2017
Auto-enrolment rules introduced in 2012 mean eligible employees can pay into a workplace pension. Find out why a workplace pension is the most valuable benefit you could receive.

Auto-enrolment was first introduced in 2012, making it compulsory for employers to enrol eligible staff into a pension scheme. So far, more than eight million workers have been enrolled, helping them save for their financial futures.

But why should you join your workplace pension scheme? In this sub-five minute video, Maike Currie from Fidelity International talks to YourMoney.com’s Paloma Kubiak, about the benefits of workplace pensions, including employer contributions, tax-relief and why starting earlier is better.

 

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