Once you have re-enrolled your staff, you must inform The Pensions Regulator to let them know that you have completed your duties.
In order to do so, you need to complete your re-declaration of compliance on The Pension Regulator website.
Please note: Even if you have no staff to re-enrol, you must complete your re-declaration of compliance. Failure to do so could result in a fine from The Pensions Regulator.
You must complete and submit your re-declaration of compliance within five months of the third anniversary of your automatic enrolment staging date. Your re-declaration deadline does not change according to the re-enrolment date you chose.
Please note: After your first re-enrolment process, the re-declaration deadline for all successive re-enrolment will be five months after the third anniversary of your latest re-enrolment date
To complete your re-declaration of compliance you will need:
A Government Gateway User ID (they can help you set one up if you don't already have one).
Your ten-digit letter code found on the letter from The Pensions Regulator with your staging date.
Your PAYE reference
Pension provider details - you will also need the details below from Smart Pension to complete this process:
Your unique EPSR number (Employer Pension Scheme Registration Number). This is found on the home page of your Smart Pension account.
The PSR number (Pension Scheme Registration Number) for the Smart Pension Master Trust. This is found on the home page of your Smart Pension account.
Type of Scheme: Occupational Pension; Scheme Category: Defined Contribution Scheme
Please note: You can only complete your re-declaration of compliance once you have re-assessed all your employees