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Guide To Register And Start Your SSNIT Contribution

Register And Start Your SSNIT Contribution

The Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT) is a public trust. It manages Ghana’s Basic National Social Security Scheme.

In this brief blog post, we explain which documents you need for registration, how to register, and what happens if you do not register.

Is SSNIT Registration Mandatory?

Yes! A company must register with SSNIT within thirty (30) days of starting operations.

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Documents Required For SSNIT Registration

The company must present the following documents:

  • Certificate to Commence business
  • Company’s Regulations
  • Tax Identification Number for the company/ business entities
  • Profile of Directors or Local Managers
  • Copies of the Directors’ or Local Manager’s valid ID (e.g. Voter’s ID, passport, driver’s license)
  • Directions to Taxpayer’s Premises using the Ghana Post (GPS).
  • List of employees with their SSNIT numbers, basic salaries, and contributions.

How to Register With SSNIT

Here is how to Register And Start Your SSNIT Contribution,

  1. Book an appointment at the nearest SSNIT office.
  2. Take the required documents to the nearest office.
  3. The SSNIT officer will fill a form with the required details and examine the documents. He will then process the application if everything is in order.
  4. After processing, SSNIT will send the following to the company:
    1. A confirmation letter with the company’s registration number; and
    2. A certificate of membership to signify registration.
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Failure to Register For SSNIT

SSNIT will prosecute any employer who does not register.

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