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Micro Pension Plan

17 Mar
Falling disposable incomes may have thrown a spanner into the Federal Government’s plan to mobilise N3 trillion from the informal sector under its Micro Pension Plan (MPP) by 2024.
26 Apr 2022
The National Pension Commission (PenCom) has urged artisans, farmers and other categories of self-employed workers to make use of its Micro Pension Plan (MPP) to avoid the risk of old age poverty.
9 Sep 2019
The target of the Federal Government to mobilise over N3 trillion into the pension fund and achieve coverage of 30 million people in the informal sector by 2024 through the Micro Pension Plan...

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