Tier I - up to 10 Employees
Tier II - up to 20 Employees
Tier III - up to 50 Employees
Tier IV - up to 200 Employees
NSSF Contribution Rates
The WinguApps Payroll software solution also integrates to KRA's iTax system by producing the required iTax P10 file in the import csv format.
The WinguApps Payroll solution also integrates to NHIF by generating employers monthly payroll byproducts to NHIF via the online Byproduct system.
The WinguApps Payroll solution will also generate the monthly NSSF Payroll Template in the required format by the SF24 Management system.
The Kenyan government's National Social Security Fund is in charge of gathering, storing, responsibly investing, and distributing retirement funds for workers in both the official and informal sectors of the country's economy. Participation is required from both companies and employees.
The National Social Security Fund (NSSF) ACT No. 45 of 2013 was assented on 24 December 2013 with the effective date of commencement being 10 January 2014. Consequently, employers are advised to make arrangements to submit their contributions in accordance to the new NSSF Act as outlined below.
Below are the New and Old NSSF Contribution Rates:
For the purposes of the Act, the Upper Earning Limit (UEL) will be KES. 18,000 while the Lower Earnings Limit (LEL) will be KES 6,000. The pension contribution will be 12% of the pensionable wages made up of two equal portions of 6% from the employee and 6% from the employer subject to an upper limit of KES 2,160 for employees earning above KES 18,000.
The employee contribution shall be drawn directly from his salary and wages while the employers contribution shall come directly from the employer.
The contributions relating to the earnings below the LEL of the earnings (a maximum of KES. 720) will be credited to what will be known as a Tier I account while the balance of the contribution for earnings between the LEL and the UEL (up to a maximum of KES 1,440) will be credited to what will be known as a Tier II account.
Typical questions Payroll professionals ask when filing returns at the end of the month...
The deadline for filing PAYE income tax is on the 9th Day of the following month. For example remitting the returns for income earned in the month of January will be due by the 9th of February.
The deadline for filing NHIF contributions is also on the 9th Day of the following month. For example the contributions for the month of January will be due by the 9th of February.
The deadline for filing NSSF contributions is on the 15th Day of the following month. For example the contributions for the month of January will be due by the 15th of February.
The KRA iTax Portal will allow you to file returns of your current month as from the first day of the next month. For example, the option to upload the PAYE returns for January will be available from the first day of February and will be due by the 9th day of February. This means that as from the first day of the month you will have 9 days to file your returns for the previous month.
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