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Posted Thu, 09 Nov 2023 10:25:55 GMT by
Hi We recently started a private limited company. My partner and myself are the directors and there are no other employees. 1) Directors are NOT receiving any salary or dividends. 2) Company (employer) is contributing to the SIPP of both the directors. Does the company need to enrol for PAYE and submit payroll details (only employer pension contribution)? Regards, Prasad
Posted Fri, 10 Nov 2023 11:21:26 GMT by HMRC Admin 20
Hi tdevip,
If you will not be taking any salary payments or providing any reportable benefits or expenses, then you will not be required to register for PAYE as an employer.
The SIPP is a personal pension and is not classed as a workplace pension.
An employer can make contributions to a workplace pension and guidance on this can be found here: Workplace pensions  
If you need further help in relation to SIPPs, you can contact MoneyHelper on 08000113797.
You can also find further guidance on how SIPPs work here: Personal pensions.
Thank you.
 

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