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Group benefit schemes contribute to the welfare and efficiency of an organisation and their employees through Group Risk, Pension and Provident Funds. These funds can be structured in various ways to meet the requirements of each client. .
Working with a group fund, Employers are able to provide a foundation to their Employees for planning their retirement and in most cases provide Group Life and Disability cover.
A DSA Advisor can work with you as an Employer to tailor make a fund that suites your Company and Employees needs and guide you through the complexities and technicalities of implementing such a fund.
SOME OF THE BENEFITS TO THE EMPLOYER
Retain your valuable employee
Employee benefits minimise the risk of losing valuable employees. You can be assured of keeping your employees by offering an attractive, competitive package to your workforce
Peace of mind
The responsibilities of the employer in respect of his employees at retirement and unforeseen death or disablement are automatically reduced as this is now taken care of by a tailor-made specialist fund.
The accumulated benefits of members are transferable between employers or to another approved fund.
Ease of payment
Contributions are payable monthly in arrears; and can be done by debit order.
SOME OF THE BENEFITS FOR THE EMPLOYEE
Provident Fund -At retirement, at any age between 55 and 70, members will receive the equitable share (net contributions plus interest and growth) in the fund as a lump sum or, if preferred, a portion or the full value paid by means of a monthly income.
Pension Fund - At retirement, at any age between 55 and 70, members will receive a maximum of One Third of the equitable share in the fund as a lump sum or, if preferred, a portion or the full value paid by means of a monthly income.
Upon termination of employment the member's risk benefits, i.e. death, disability and funeral cover, will cease or a continuation benefit may be implemented should members wish to continue. The member is entitled to the equitable share in the fund (Nett contributions plus interest) and this benefit can be taken in cash or it can be transferred to a Preservation Fund or a Retirement Annuity. Alternatively the equitable share can be transferred to another fund offered by the new employer.
In the event of death before retirement, the member's dependents and/or beneficiaries will receive a cash benefit. The cash benefit will consist of the death and funeral cover offered by the chosen plan as well as the equitable share in the fund.
Should an employee become disabled before retirement, he/she will receive a cash benefit equal to the total of the disability cover offered by the chosen plan as well as his/her equitable share in the fund.