Employer Communications

URGENT NOTICE REGARDING THACSA CONTRIBUTIONS

The COVID-19 pandemic has created unique challenges for employers forced to comply with the lockdown and other control measures. This has caused knock-on human resource issues, some of these include: • The temporary suspension of payment of contributions • The...

COVID-19 What This Means For THACSA Members

South Africa recently joined the growing list of nations recording infections of the COVID-19 virus, there are two aspects to the epidemic that need to be addressed.

2020 Budget By Numbers

A breakdown of the recent budget speech, showing the significant changes.

Time is running out…

Your retirement fund contributions reduce your taxable income, this means that you pay less income tax.

We’re talking Thacsa

There are several important changes affecting the Pension Funds Act that came into effect earlier this year. They are collectively known as the default regulations. The three that have application to members are: Regulation 37 - Default Investment Portfolio Regulation...

Some important messages from Thacsa

As you prepare for the busy season, we would like to thank you for supporting your employees and Thacsa in various ways. This emailer contains important information. There are a few aspects which require your action for the benefit of your employees. Benefit...

Why Choose THACSA for your employees?

Finding and keeping quality employees is one of the keys to a sustainable business. Thacsa is an industry leading pension fund, read more about it here… THACSA EMPLOYER MARKETING BROCHURE

Masithethe – Let’s Talk

Welcome to the first edition of Masithethe – isiXhosa for Let’s Talk. We are committed to improving communication between employers and the Fund. This newsletter is one of the initiatives aimed at bringing relevant news and information to your attention. If you have...

Your Retirement Benefits

A good way to increase your retirement benefits… At the moment you and your employer each contribute 6% of your pensionable salary to the Thacsa Fund for your retirement. While this is more than most South Africans, you can still do better if you have a little spare...