Charities and Auto-Enrolment - what you need to know
The Scottish Charity Regulator (OSCR) has produced new guidance for Scottish charities about pension auto-enrolment.
Every employer in the UK, including charities, must put certain paid employees into an appropriate pension scheme and contribute towards it. This is called 'auto-enrolment'.
This guidance is aimed at small and medium charities with paid employees. It lets charity trustees know their legal responsibilities in relation to auto-enrolment by explaining some of the basic requirements.
The guidance tells trustees:
What auto-enrolment is
What a charity has to do
Where to get more help and advice
You can view ‘Charities and Auto-Enrolment – what you need to know’ here.
Scottish fundraising regulation: what's so different?
Scotland’s self-regulatory system of fundraising was launched in July 2016.
Recently, we interviewed Alison Elliot, Chair of the Independent Fundraising Standards and Adjudication Panel for Scotland, who answered questions about Scottish fundraising regulation. Alison also gives advice to the public and charities about the fundraising concern procedure.
The Association of Charity Independent Examiners
Registered Company Limited by Guarantee 7461134Registered in England at1st Floor, Block C, The Wharf, Manchester Road Burnley BB11 1JG
Registered Charity in England & Wales No: 1139609
Registered Charity in Scotland No: SC039066
Telephone: 0131 659 9751 or 07899 891616 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Address: 19 Windsor Place Edinburgh EH15 2AJ