Yes … by marshalling.
Simpliest way ?
Increase your personal pension contribution.
How do I increase it as I don’t pay any at the minute
By law , your employer contributes to your personal pension … ???
If not , a clear breach of Employment Law here.
Better known as a Workplace Pension … full sp follows :
Employees | Workplace Pensions
( No weekly deductions for pension contributions ??? ).
Personal pension plans ?
A beginners guide :
No non ive got a pension but nothing has been added in as I only earn 120 a week would they still take my Carers Allowance off me with being over by 15 pence ?
If no worksplace pension , one for your union to sort out as soon as possible.
I assume that all empoyees are in the same boat ?
There’s no defence against Empoyment Law.
Paying into a pension scheme is an allowable deduction against CA … as the first thread posted pointed out.
Melsasia earns too little to be automatically enrolled into the workplace pension. (starting point is £10 k p.a.)
However she can ask work if they would enrol her voluntarily. However it is quite cumbersome for just a few pence.
I’d suggest having a word with work and see if they would adjust your payrate or hours to bring you under
50% of whatever you pay into a private pension can be disregarded to bring your earnings down to the threshold.
So as you are only 15p a week over it would be sensible to look into paying a small amount into a private pension plan - say £2 - £2 per week? Look on it as a savings plan as you can draw down some of the money paid in at a later date