Managing Your Account
Please inform us of any changes that you make to your business information. This is inclusive of
changes in residential or postal addresses, changes in your contact person and mobile contacts.
When requesting for any FNPF service, we require that you provide proper identification.
Role as an Employer
We understand that employers play a crucial role in ensuring that the worker’s welfare are a
priority especially in retirement savings. Therefore, it is important that you understand your
responsibility as an employer.
As an employer you are required to:
1. Register all employees within 1 month from commencement of employment.
2. Remit all employees monthly contribution.
3. Submit contribution by the last day of the month.
4. Produce & maintain FNPF record of all employee’s information, wages record, and remittance statement for 7 years.
5. Notify FNPF on any changes to the information details of a registered employer and within 3 months after the change. (Section 17(1) FNPF Regulation).
Effective 1st November 2014, non- adherence to these laws, will incur penalties, not exceeding
50 penalty units or imprisonment for a team not exceeding 6 months or both.
- Employer Reference No – Unique FNPF ID given by FNPF when you are registered as an Employer. For employers that were given FNPF IDs prior December 2014, you can easily comply by just adding EN100 to your current employer reference number or FNPF ID.
- Employer Name – The name of your employer that is on our records. If this has changed please inform us.
- Employer Trade Name – For employers who trade under a different name. Please inform us if this has changed.
- Contribution Type – This will always be compulsory.
- Total Wages – The total of all the employees’ monthly wages or salary.
- Contribution Month – The month after the wages month.
- Wages Month – The month in which you pay out your employees.
- CS Code – A code assigned for each type of employee (s) that you want to pay separately for every month. For example if you want to have your management processed differently from your staff then each type is assigned a CS Code.
1. First Name, Middle Name, Last Name – The name of your employee as per the name on his/ her birth certificate.
2. Compulsory Contribution Amount – This is the 5% deducted from your employee’s wages plus the 5% from you.
3. Employer Additional Contribution Amount – If you as an employer choose to pay more than the compulsory 5% to your employee.
4. Member Additional Contribution Amount – If your employee chooses to have more than 5% deducted from his or her wages. Please refer to Increase Your Contribution for more details.
5. Total Contribution Amount – The total of (2), (3) and (4). This must not exceed 30% of your employees’ monthly wages.
6. Monthly Gross Salary – The gross monthly wages/salary due to your employee in Fijian Dollars.
7. Employment Status – The status of your employee during the wages month. There are currently 3 types of statuses
a. Active: employee was working during the wages month.
b. On Leave: employee was on unpaid leave during the wages month. This is to formally notify FNPF not to expect any contribution payment.
c. Terminated: employee is no longer working for you.
8. Employment Status Date – The date on which the status in (7) above became effective.
9. Payment Frequency – How often do you pay your employee(s).
The last part of filling your FNPF monthly contribution form is writing down your details if you are responsible for filling the form.