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According to the Pension Reform Act 2014, your employer is mandated to make contributions from your salary into your Retirement Savings Account (RSA)
Your pension funds are contributed and invested with the expectation of ensuring you have an income if you are out of employment or retired.
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The Multi-Fund structure is a framework that aims to align the age and risk profile of RSA holders by dividing the RSA Fund into four distinct Funds.
The Pension Reform Act (PRA) 2014 stipulates that all employers with more than three employees are mandated to make pension contribution on behalf of their employees
All employees of Treasury funded Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs) are required to complete verification and enrollment exercise with the National Pension Commission (PenCom)
To get started, simply log-in to the platform, book your visit and you would be assigned a timeslot before visiting the branch. It is convenient, easy, and Zero wait time
Most people planning towards their retirement start late, leaving issues about their retirement until the last few years of their working life. Leaving retirement planning till this stage is dangerous
Retirement Planning as an exercise the world over is fraught with many challenges. For Nigerian workers who are especially challenged by low levels of income and savings as well as huge family and social responsibilities
Retirement Planning involves all activities from your first employment, up to and after your retirement geared towards ensuring that you and your needs are well provided for in the retirement phase of your life
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Three years into the launch of the micro pension plan (MPP), pension fund operators said they have registered barely 72,846 contributors just as they have resorted to introduction of value addition incentives to encourage more participation in the MPP.
The Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, has said the state has paid N34.12bn to retirees under the Contributory Scheme since the inception of his administration. Sanwo-Olu said this during the presentation of retirement bond certificates to the 90th batch of CPS retirees in Lagos on Saturday.
While it is acknowledged that such distribution will provide the needed funds for infrastructural projects by the government and the funds for corporate growth, they also raise pertinent questions as to the sustainability and impact of such investments on the economic growth and the quality of life of Nigerians.
The National Pension Commission has continued to show transparency in its supervisory and regulatory roles as reflected by its activities reported in its annual report. Omobola Tolu-Kusimo writes. For the first time, the National Pension Commission (PenCom), revealed a three-year annual account of all operators under its supervision, including Pension Fund Administrators (PFAs), Closed Pension Fund Administrators (CPFAs) and Pension Fund Custodian (PFCs).
The Contributory Pension Scheme administered by the Pension Fund Administrators has since inception 17 years ago recorded some achievements as well as met some obstacles. In this report, Ebere Nwoji takes a look at the performance of the scheme in the face of the downturn in Nigeria’s economy.
The total number of retirees under the Contributory Pension Scheme has risen by 27 per cent in two years, data obtained by our correspondent have shown. Specifically, the total number of retirees rose from 291,569 in June 2019 to 370,839 in June 2021. This also means that the CPS has produced 370,839 retirees since its inception.