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Register for SUPERTxt, fund urges members

Siteri Sauvakacolo
Monday, May 05, 2014

THE Fiji National Provident Fund is urging all its members to register for SUPERTxt.

Fund CEO Aisake Taito told about 100 Catholic teachers from around the country that this would allow them to keep track of their FNPF accounts.

The teachers were at Bemana, Navosa last week for their annual conference.

"This is the only way you can find out if your FNPF deductions are really coming through," Mr Taito said.

"You can't be relying on your pay slip because it will definitely say that deductions are coming through, however, it is important that you check that your contributions are going into your FNPF account.

"Some employees tend to find out after a month or two that their FNPF deductions are not going through and this creates frustrations."

Mr Taito told teachers that pay slips did not guarantee payments and the best possible solution was for members to find out for themselves using SUPERTxt.

He added there have been thousands of cases where employers failed to put in their various workers' contributions to FNPF accounts.








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