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NSL staff at IRC Awareness

Written: 3 October 2022

Nambawan Super Limited (NSL) was pleased to have been a part of the Internal Revenue Commission’s (IRC) General Tax Awareness Workshop for Micro Small Medium (MSMEs) Businesses, held at the APEC Haus from Tuesday to Friday last week.

The awareness focused on educating registered taxpayers about how to complete and submit tax returns and documents to the IRC, keep proper business records, calculate their taxes and what taxes need to be paid. It also covered practical aspects of Company Income Tax, Goods and Services Tax, Salary and Wages Tax and the IRC’s Tax Services.

The NSL team set up an information booth and had the opportunity to talk to business owners about the importance of superannuation for their employees and how this can help set them apart as an employer of choice.

NSL’s Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Paul Sayer said “We are thankful to the IRC for giving us the opportunity to meet with these emerging leaders in the MSME space to talk with them about superannuation and compliance, as well as, the products and services offered by NSL”.

“NSL maintains a strong relationship with the IRC and shares a common goal of encouraging good governance and financial compliance for the improved economic growth and stability of the Country.”

“We aim to continue working with the IRC and other stakeholders to educate our Members of the benefits of good financial practices for use in both their personal and business lives”, he added.

NSL also provides free awareness sessions, counselling and training to help Members take advantage of products like Voluntary Contributions, Retirement Savings Accounts and Choice Super to ensure they are maximising their savings potential for a better future.

Nambawan Super is prioritising the education of its 214,000 Members by offering FREE Financial Literacy Training which aims to help Members develop good financial practices.

The fully certified NSL Financial Literacy Training offers Members five (5) modules that cover the following topics: 

  • Module 1 – Taking Charge of Personal Finances
  • Module 2 – NSL Superannuation Products and Services
  • Module 3 – Planning for Retirement
  • Module 4 – Buying Your Own Home
  • Module 5 – Financial Literacy Skills for MSMEs

The Fund encourages all Members to enquire about the Financial Literacy Training and other services through the NSL Call Centre on 180 1599 or via email at CallCentre@nambawansuper.com.pg.

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