Automatic enrolment means that employers need to put certain workers into a pension scheme and pay contributions into it.
Check whether automatic enrolment affects you.
Are you a worker?
Joining a workplace pension
What it means to be automatically enrolled into a workplace pension by your employer.
Are you an employer?
Workplace pensions law has changed - act now
All our automatic enrolment guidance for employers in one place
Thinking of doing something with your pension pot? Before you go any further, read these five tips to protect yourself from scammers:
Help with concerns about your workplace pension
Whistleblowing information and who to contact if you have concerns about your pension scheme:
The Government has a free and impartial service called Pension Wise that helps you understand your pension options:
Complaints, advice, planning and tax
The Pensions Advisory Service: how we can help
Help with your individual pension queries
Money Advice Service: pensions and retirement
Guidance and tools to help you plan your retirement
Money Advice Service: retirement adviser directory
Find an adviser who can help you with pension and retirement issues
Financial Conduct Authority: financial services register
Check if a financial adviser is authorised by the FCA
GOV.UK: Pension Tracing Service
Trace your lost pension schemes
GOV.UK: basic state pension guide
Who is eligible, what you will get and how to claim
GOV.UK: pension scheme administration
Tax reliefs and charges that may apply to your pension scheme
The Pensions Ombudsman
Make a complaint about the way that your pension scheme is run