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DC scheme return 2023
The scheme return for occupational defined contribution (DC) schemes for 2023 has started.
We will be sending out scheme return notices up to mid-November 2023 to the scheme return contact that we hold for schemes.
The scheme return notices email will come from paperlessSRN@thepensionsregulator.gov.uk. Speak to your IT team to ensure scheme return notice emails are not blocked or marked as spam. We advise regularly checking email spam folders for any scheme return notice emails, in case they are not delivered straight to your inbox.
Please note that for occupational DC schemes with less than 12 members who completed a scheme return in 2022 or 2021 will not be requested to complete a scheme return in 2023.
For full details of the 2023 scheme return for DC schemes, visit our website.
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