Australia: My Experience With The Stock Market - Part 4

Aside from stonks, I was also researching about ETFs (exchange traded funds). It's like mutual funds but no. Then I came across spaceship voyager  then raiz .  If you want to know more about the two, you can refer to this  article . Below is a summary: 📌Make sure you understand the product and the risks involved before investing.  Source: Update: I opened an account with Raiz and will do a review after a few months 😊 . If you want to get started, maybe you can use my referral link here  to have  $5 for me, $5 for you! Thanks!   

Checking Your Estimated SSS Pension Online

To be able to check your estimated pension online, you need to register first online with SSS.

1) Log-in to your account.
2) Select E-services then Inquiry. An advisory box will appear. Just click ok.

3) Select Eligibility then DDR - funeral
4) Enter your earliest retirement date (date when you turn 60. Date of birth + 60) then click Submit.

5) A list of available benefits will be provided. Click Retirement - pension**.

**it will change as you continue paying your SSS contributions. For those who have not yet accumulated the minimum 120 contributions, you will see that your benefit claim is lump sum.

SSS had an update on their website but still the same procedure as above. Just go to E-Services then click Simulated Retirement Calculator and it will automatically compute how much would be the retirement amount. Below is their new beta website. I think it is more user friendly unlike before.


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