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How do I register for UIF?

Employers can register at the UIF in the following ways:  Registering online   Step 1: Get the necessary information (ID numbers, addresses of employers and workers) ready. Step 2: Complete the online registration forms.  Note: Onlineregistration is not yet active.  The best alternative will be to complete the UI-8 and UI-19 forms and submit them at your nearest UIF office for processing. After… Read More »

Does UIF pay lump sum?

How much will you get paid when you claim UIF? These two sites have a UIF calculator: www.ezuif.co.za www.uif-hero.co.za The Department of Labour takes 2 criteria into consideration: your salary over the last 4 years, and your UIF contributions over the last 4 years I entered information for someone earning R15 000 who has been working and… Read More »

Who must pay UIF?

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). UIF Application The Unemployment Insurance Act and Unemployment Insurance Contributions Act apply to all employers and workers, but not to –… Read More »

Can I claim UIF online?

How do I go about filing online for my UIF benefits? Simply go to www.ufiling.co.za and follow the steps to create an account. The service is completely free and allows UIF returns can to be done simply and conveniently online. Other benefits include ease of secure payments (debit order and credit push via internet banking) and faster… Read More »