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How To Apply to Pay the UIF Annually

How To Apply to Pay the UIF Annually

Employers must send a note to the UIF, saying that they will pay annually. They have to pay before 7 March every year. Employers are not allowed to deduct their workers’ contributions once a year.

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Basic Guide to UIF Contributions

Basic Guide to UIF Contributions

Employers must pay unemployment insurance contributions of 2% of the value of each worker’s pay per month. The employer and the worker each contribute 1%.

Contributions are paid to the Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) or the South African Revenue Services (SARS).

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Basic Guide to UIF Disputes

Basic Guide to UIF Disputes

You can appeal a decision of the Commissioner or a claims officer at a Regional Appeals Committee by sending the UI-12 form to your nearest provincial office. (Regional Appeals Committees have not been established yet, until they have, please forward your form to the UIF Head Office).

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How to Pay the UIF

How to Pay the UIF

There are various ways to pay the UIF. It is employers’ responsibility to deduct money from their workers and pay it and their own contributions to the UIF.

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Worker’s Guide to UIF

Worker’s Guide to UIF

Workers must contribute 1% of their pay to the UIF. To claim UIF benefits, workers must complete certain forms and hand them in at their nearest labour centre.

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Basic Guide to UIF Dependant’s Benefits

Basic Guide to UIF Dependant’s Benefits

A worker’s spouse, life partner or children have the right to claim benefits from the Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF) when the worker dies. Dependants must apply and will be paid at the labour centre of their choice.

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