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Written: 26 November 2020

Can you see yourself retiring comfortably in your own home or even buying yourself a new vehicle? Imagine continuing to receive an income during retirement that offsets the loss of your salary…

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Meet some of our members who are already doing voluntary contributions

Gedsisi Kaiawa, from the Finance Department based in Rabaraba district in Milne Bay is doing Voluntary Contributions to increase his super savings for retirement so that it supports him and his family. I’ am also doing voluntary contributions because with the power of compound return it could be worth millions upon my exit.

Helen Tatsang Auri, works with the West Sepik Provincial Administration and joined the fund in 2002. She is doing Voluntary contributions because she knows it will benefit her in the years to come when she retires.

John Poris, is the Correction Services Commander in Kavieng, New Ireland province. John been a strong promoter of the Voluntary contributions and believes the little investment he’s making today will for a bigger and better tomorrow.

Rebecca Koen, works at the University of Technology in Lae.  She started contributing to the fund recently is doing voluntary contributoin because shes a new employee and wanted to grow her savings quickly.

Theresa Dieni,  from the Milne Bay Administration, in Alotau, has seen her super contribution grown overtime and realized the compounding interest return which has impacted her savings and also increases in her housing advance.

Wagi Samaly, a Policeman, based in Lae Morobe province is planning for his future. He had been in the Police force for 34 years and will be retiring soon. He is doing voluntary contribution to maximise his savings so that he has good savings when he retires. 

Harriet Topa’a, is a Health Extension officer, Kavieng General Hospital. She Started doing contributing as soon as she started work. She started doing extra contributions to boost my savings so she can one day own her own house and retire confortably. 

Read more in our November edition of Nambawan SuperTok newsletter.

Read more about voluntary contributions here

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