Read About The GEPF And The Claims Process
Pension Redress Program
Pension Redress Program The parties to the PSCBC, on the 02 September 1998 and 29 November 2002 respectively, agreed on a pension restructure process through the Public Service Co-ordinating Bargaining Council (PSCBC) Resolution 07 ofRead more.
Required Documents To Lodge A GEPF Divorce Claim
Which documents must be submitted in support of the application for divorce payment? The GPAA / GEPF requires the following documents to be submitted. Failure to submit the necessary documents, properly certified, will delay paymentRead more.
Divorce and the GEPF
Does my pension interest in GEPF form part of my assets for purposes of divorce? Depending on the nature of the marriage, the court may make a ruling as to how the assets shared inRead more.
GEPF Clean Break Divorce Benefit Claims And Taxation
How does tax on the portion of the pension interest allocated by the court work? If the parties were divorced on or after 13 September 2007, the non-member spouse will be taxed in his orRead more.
Government Employee Pension Fund As A Defined Benefit Fund
What does it mean, the GEPF is a defined benefit fund, as opposed to a defined contribution fund? GEPF is a defined benefit fund, not a defined contribution fund. This means that benefits are calculatedRead more.
Government Employee Pension Fund (GEPF) Divorce Claims
Have you claimed your divorce benefit from your ex-spouse Government Employee Pension Fund? Or have you lodge a claim but are not getting any feedback from the GEPF? Have you been waiting longer than 60daysRead more.
Divorce And Pension Fund Benefits
All you need to know about divorce and pension fund benefits. You are entitled to 50% of the value of your spouse’s Retirement Fund or Retirement Annuity if you are married in community of property or out ofRead more.
How To Claim Your Divorce Benefit From The GEPF
On 14 December 2011 the The GEP Law Amendment Act 2011 amended the law to provide for the implementation of the “clean-break” principle. This means that former spouses of members contributing to the GEPF canRead more.