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Savings Fund membership push proposed

The Finance Ministry is mulling additional incentives to increase the number of members in the National Savings Fund (NSF) as Thailand is projected to become a “super ageing society” by 2031.Increasing state contributions to the NSF and extending the maximum membership age to 65 years ...

Wichit Chantanusornsiri

NSF aims to provide sustainable pensions for all

The National Savings Fund (NSF) targets a 10-year return of at least 3% for long-term investment in order to provide fund members with sustainable pensions.The voluntary retirement savings fund targets informal workers, and currently holds investments totalling 8 billion baht.Keep reading ...

Wichit Chantanusornsiri

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