Free Seminar Aims To Educate Businesses On The Practicalities Of Pension Reform

10th September 2014

On 25th September 2014 businesses are invited to a free seminar at DoubleTree by Hilton, Sheffield, hosted by leading business advisers BRM Solicitors, and Barber Harrison and Platt.

If a company has more than one employee, it is now compulsory for their workforce to be enrolled in a pension scheme, although the date by which this should be done varies from company to company. Many businesses know they must do this, but are often unsure how they will go about doing it. The seminar aims to educate business owners on the pitfalls and practicalities of introducing a pension scheme. Tax and legal experts will explain how to comply with pension regulations while taking advantage of innovative methods to save the company and their employees money. The event speakers are: Nick Davies Senior Consultant Employer Consulting, Barber Harrison and Platt Andrew Ramrattan Senior Financial Planner BHP Financial Planning Amy Hallam Employment Law Solicitor BRM Solicitors Also speaking at the event is Peter Flower, Financial Director of The Garage Door Company, who will give a first-hand account of his company's experience of implementing a pension scheme. There will be plenty of opportunity for delegates to ask our experts questions. Complimentary beverages and breakfast rolls will be provided for all delegates. The event will take place on Thursday 25th September at DoubleTree by Hilton, Chesterfield Road South, Sheffield, S8 8BW. Registration is from 8.00am and will end at approximately 9.30am. Delegates may book online at, or by telephoning Andy Robinson at BRM Solicitors on 01246 555111.

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