The GEPF has announced some changes, including how a member’s pension is treated on divorce, and when a child qualifies for their parent’s pension.
Category - Pension funds
Over R42 billion of retirement money remains unclaimed, which – according to the Financial Services Board (FSB) – accounts for 1.8% of all retirement money.
The Government Employees Pension Fund has issued a notice to members and pensioners that the new Taxation Laws Amendment Act will not affect their pensions or benefits.
With retirement legislation set to change from 1 March 2016, high-earners may be affected by the newly introduced annual contribution cap of R350 000.
When you resign from your job and cash in your pension, the tax is worked out on a sliding scale ‒ and it is high.
Not many people think about using their year-end bonus as an additional voluntary contribution (AVC) to their retirement fund. Here's why you should.
National Treasury has confirmed that the long-awaited retirement reform will go ahead on 1 March 2016. What does this mean for you?
The Government Employees Pension Fund now allows non-member spouses of pension-fund members to access their share of pension interest upon divorce.
In Episode 5 of Change in your Pocket, we look at the various options available when it comes to saving money for your retirement.
A pension fund can be used to provide collateral for a home loan, especially for a first-time home owner.