NEST members' panel calls on government to reduce AE earnings threshold

Likely not until mid-2020s

Kim Kaveh
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NEST's members’ panel is calling on the government to start reducing the £10,000 AE threshold.
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NEST's members’ panel is calling on the government to start reducing the £10,000 AE threshold.

The NEST members' panel is calling on the government to start reducing the £10,000 auto-enrolment (AE) earnings threshold, before the move to start contributions from the first pound earned.

The Panel - which was set up by the Pensions Act 2008 to give a voice to NEST members - is due to send its annual report to Department for Work and Pensions' (DWP) secretary of state Thérèse Coffey, which...

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