How do I check my NSSF statement?
How to get NSSF statement on the self-service portal
- Launch the NSSF Self- Service Portal on your browser.
- On the portal, click the “ Member self-service links” option.
- Select the “NSSF contributions statement” tab.
- A statement’s account login page displays.
- After logging in, expect a welcome remark.
How can I check my NSSF account online?
Available on Google Play and App Store, the NSSFGo app is your mobile gateway to managing your NSSF account and keeping track of your savings in the palm of your hands. With NSSFGo, you can access your e-Statement and monitor your transactions at NSSF.
Can I withdraw my NSSF money before retirement?
However a person will only be required to pay tax on his / her pension if the money is withdrawn from the fund before the member is 60 years of age.
What is my NSSF account number?
How to check your NSSF number online
- Visit the nearest NSSF branch: NSSF has branches in every corner of the country.
- Explain your situation to one of the NSSF tellers: Tell him/her that you cannot access your account number information.
- Visit the NSSF Self Service Portal: Use the official address.
How do I get my NSSF savings?
How to apply: Visit your nearest NSSF office with the following documents:
- NSSF Membership Card.
- National Identity Card/ Passport/ Alien ID.
- A certified copy of your retirement letter OR termination letter on medical grounds.
- Medical/treatment report from the hospital you attend(ed).
- Bank details for EFT.
How can I check my NSSF balance by SMS?
How to check NSSF status via SMS
- Send the word “NSSF” to 6773 and follow instructions.
- Type NSSF, NSSF No, Date of Birth, Full Names and send to 6773.
- You will receive a PIN (after they validate their data)
- Type Bal, your new PIN” and send to 6773.
- View your statement balance.
When can one get NSSF money?
Eligibility: Members are eligible for this benefit when they reach the age of 55 years, or when they ultimately retire from regular employment.
Can I withdraw my NSSF savings?
Under the mid-term access benefits arrangement, NSSF contributors who have saved for more than 10 years, aged over 45 years, and have lost their jobs, will be allowed to withdraw 20 percent of their savings held by the state-controlled social security agency.