The Pension Statement, previously referred to as the Annual Statement, provides participants of the UNJSPF with details on their contributory service, their accumulated contributions and interest, and the Pensionable Remunerations used to determine their contributions. Additional details are provided for those participants who opted to validate a non-contributory service period or restore a prior contributory service period. The Pension Statement is normally published early May containing details for the previous calendar year.
Each year the Fund issues Pension Statements which provide each active participant with information regarding his/her personal status and date of birth in the Fund’s records, length of contributory service, total contributions to the Fund and pensionable remuneration (PR). The Pension Statements were previously called Annual Statements. Participants can access their statements at the Member Self Service (MSS) feature on the Fund’s website.
Quarterly Statements, also known as Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA) Letters, are informational communications provided to retirees and beneficiaries in receipt of an UNJSPF periodic benefit. Only retirees and beneficiaries in receipt of periodic benefits and whose benefits have been affected by changes in the Cost-of-Living and/or Quarterly Exchange Rate will receive these letters. The letters provide the quarterly exchange and COLA percentage applied for the determination of benefit entitlements in conformity with the UNJSPF Pension Adjustment System. They also provide the established monthly payable amount for the quarter as well as After Service Health Insurance (ASHI) deduction, if any, and Total Net Payment Amount.
Upon request, the Pension Fund can also provide retirees and beneficiaries with a Statement of Benefits, which is a yearly statement of the payments made by the UNJSPF.
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