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Contribution Needs To Be Fully Restored

He said collection was low as a result of the reduction in contribution rate from 18 per cent to 10 per cent. Although it was 23.7 per cent more than 2021, collection was low as $395.2 million. 
25 Jan 2023 16:20
Contribution Needs To Be Fully Restored
From left: Fiji National Provident Fund general manager member services Alipate Waqairawai, chief executive officer Villiame Vodonaivalu and chief operating officer Pravinesh Singh during the annual member forum at the Grand Pacific Hotel on January 24, 2023. Photo: Leon Lord.

The Fiji National Provident Fund is pursuing the Government to have the contribution rate fully restored as soon as possible.

This was highlighted by the Fund’s chief executive officer Viliame Vodonaivalu during the annual member forum at the Grand Pacific Hotel yesterday.

He said collection was low as a result of the reduction in contribution rate from 18 per cent to 10 per cent. Although it was 23.7 per cent more than 2021, collection was low as $395.2 million.

 

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