Employers: Help with re-declaration
Re-enrolment occurs every three years. An employer must ensure that certain staff who have left their pension scheme are put back into it. Find out more about re-enrolment.
You must then complete a re-declaration of compliance, within five calendar months of the third anniversary of your staging date, to tell the Pensions Regulator how your re-enrolment duties have been met.
If you are completing a re-declaration for more than one employer select 'Acting on behalf of an employer'. Using this option is the easiest way to complete multiple re-declarations using one login.
The information you submit will form an official record of the employer's compliance, so you must make sure it is correct.
How to login
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Completing a re-declaration of compliance
The information you gave us in your previous declaration is already included. If any of these details have changed, please update them.
Our re-declaration of compliance checklist gives a list of all the information you will need to complete your re-declaration.
Before you start your re-declaration you will need:
Your letter code, which is your unique 10-digit number shown at the top of each automatic enrolment letter you receive from us. If you don't have one go to www.tpr.gov.uk/letter-code (you will need your PAYE reference and your accounts office reference number).
Your PAYE reference(s).