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Video: No early pension access for GEPF members

Feb 24, 2021

Members of the Government Employees’ Pension Fund (GEPF) can not “borrow” or withdraw from their retirement savings.

Cashing in your pension is “stealing” from your future self! This video, as part of a member education series, explains why GEPF members should not be confused by changes to the Pension Funds Act, which do not apply to their fund.

For more information, read this article.

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  1. I want to ask something regarding my financials, I am debt like seriously in debt, I tried debt review and I defoult, now those debt have accumulated lot of interest, now I’ve registered with a company that says they will remove me from debt review and also check if other debt are not prescribed,and also negotiate discount on my behalf, and they are charging me R12000 for that, I want to know how legit are this companies and also are they really gonna help me

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    • Yikes! Those are complete scams!!! Please don’t give them any money…
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