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An employee pays into a stakeholder pension and their employer operates a National Employment Savings Trust scheme for other employees and ensures both it and the employees pay in the minimum contribution. However, the employer does not pay any employer contributions into a stakeholder pension. Is the employer required to do so?

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Published on LexisPSL on 15/02/2021

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  • An employee pays into a stakeholder pension and their employer operates a National Employment Savings Trust scheme for other employees and ensures both it and the employees pay in the minimum contribution. However, the employer does not pay any employer contributions into a stakeholder pension. Is the employer required to do so?

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