An employer1 who arranges for a person to become a member of a scheme2, or of an occupational pension scheme3, may deduct the person's contributions to the scheme from the person's remuneration and pay them to the trustees or managers4 of the scheme (in the case of an occupational pension scheme) or the provider5 of the scheme (in the case of a personal pension scheme)
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