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They had all the babies’ names ready at birth, including Kenny Robert, Alexis May, Nathan Roy, Natalie Sue, Kelsey Ann, Brandon James, and Joel Steven in order of birth.
The family received a lot of donations from several well-wishers, including a house, nanny services, diapers, a van, and more.
Individuals have the option to opt out if they wish to, although that will mean losing the employers' contribution.
At present UK workers aged 22 and above are automatically enrolled, assuming they earn more than £10,000 a year and are not already signed up to a workplace pension.
Anyone on a short-term contract, working where an agency pays their wages, or who is on maternity, adoption or carer's leave should still be eligible.
The total minimum contribution is currently set at 2% of earnings (0.8% from the worker, 1% from an employer, and 0.2% as tax relief from the government).
We are celebrating a wedding ceremony between Henry and Alice who have been married for the last 40 years.
From April 2019 onwards, it will rise to 8% of earnings (4% from the individual, 3% from the employer, and 1% as tax relief).My mission now is to make sure the next generation of younger workers have the same opportunities," said Work and Pensions Secretary David Gauke. A slice of a worker's pay packet is automatically diverted to a pension savings pot, which is invested until retirement.Their employer also makes a contribution, as does the government.The birth of the septuplets gathered media attention, making the Mc Caughey’s famous with a feature in Time magazine, President Bill Clinton wishing the family well, meeting President George Bush, and appearing on The Oprah Winfrey show.Although all the kids were healthy, Alexis and Nathan had difficulties walking as they were born with cerebral palsy – a condition that affecting coordination and movement.
Ministers hope to reduce the minimum age to 18 in the mid 2020s and say it will affect about 900,000 young people.