Schemes & Risk Benefits.
Group Pension Schemes
Our group pension team make pension scheme provision easy. One company, one contact, and a unique service package to assist you to manage all your employees’ benefits needs.
Employer Pension Responsibilities
Employers are required by law to offer their employees access to a Personal Retirement Saving Account (PRSA), however, the employer does not have to contribute. Offering a more comprehensive benefits package can have lots of advantages to employers and we offer a hassle-free service to help you implement better benefits for your employees.
Why Offer a Group Pension Scheme and/or Group Risk Scheme?
Attract New Employees
The most effective way of attracting and retaining key employees is by offering an appealing pension and death benefits package. A group pension scheme promotes an image of a caring employer which will give any company an edge over competitors when it comes to recruitment.
A group pension scheme that includes an employer contribution is an indication to your employees that as their employer you are concerned with their current and future well being. It shows a level of commitment and indicates that you want them with your company for the long term, which in turn should promote more loyalty and company buy in from your employees.
Providing a group pension scheme is tax efficient. All company contributions receive tax relief against corporation tax plus company owners and directors can be included for death benefits even if they want to keep their pension benefits separate. This means company owners can route the cost of their own life cover through the company.
We ensure your staff can avail of our expert knowledge for their own financial situation. Whether that is for mortgage planning, pension planning, saving or investing we can assist them showing your further commitment to their financial security.
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