At RK Henshall we build a close relationship with you and the key individuals within your firm. This will allow us to fully understand and provide tailored solutions to the needs of your business.
Recommending and delivering the most appropriate, tax efficient solutions, backed up by suitable trust documentation.
We can advise on all types of schemes such as:
Small Self Administered Schemes (SSAS) are a type of occupational scheme where the members are normally company directors or key staff. The scheme must have less than 12 active members and only one SSAS is permitted for each employer. The members who are required to be trustees of the scheme can control the investments subject to HMRC restrictions regarding which assets are considered suitable for pension schemes.
Group Personal Pensions are an administrative arrangement that an employer can offer to their workers. The employer will set minimum contributions levels for both their own contributions and if applicable employee contributions to the pension.
The Law on workplace pensions has changed. Under the Pensions Act 2008, every employer in the UK must put certain staff into a pension scheme and contribute towards it. This is called Automatic Enrolment.
Whether you are a hairdresser, an architect or employ a personal Care assistant if you employ at least one person you have certain legal duties.
RK Henshall can provide a tailored solution that gives you as much or as little involvement as you and your business require. (Please note The Financial Conduct Authority does not regulate Auto Enrolement advice)
We will provide advice to help you understand the pension and underlying investment funds, and put a plan in place to give you financial security in retirement.
Keyperson, shareholder and business loan insurance should all be considered to protect your company’s future. You have built a successful company; you have high performing staff, loyal customers and future prospects look encouraging. It now makes sense to ensure against the loss or incapacity of key employees and it is a cost effective means of protecting your business.
Relevant life plans are similar to most other types of life policies except they aim to provide a tax efficient benefit provided by an employer for an employee. There are a number of advantages to arranging Relevant Life Insurance such as – policy premiums are usually treated as an allowable expense for the employer in calculating their tax liability, this means a higher-rate taxpaying company director can save 49 per cent by paying for their personal life cover via a relevant life plan compared to paying for a policy out of net earnings (savings for a basic rate taxpayer is around 36 per cent).
Relevant Life plans are generally taken out by company directors and written in trust with premiums paid by company.
Relevant Life Plans can be used to provide cover for an employee, however if they leave employment the cover will stop unless they arrange for conversion to personal term assurance.
Group Life Insurance is a low cost employee benefit paying out if the employee passes away whilst in employment with your organisation. The policy would pay out irrespective of whether death occurs at work or not. For example, it could be as a result of an accident whilst on holiday or as a result of a long term serious illness. Each employee is covered as a multiple of their gross earnings which is determined by the business upon setting up the policy. The structure of the policy is flexible allowing different grades of employees to have different levels of cover.