Supplementing and aiding jobseekers’ annuity
Can be used:
The jobseeker’s allowance and the supplement can be used by the unemployed person receiving it.
The difference between the benefit received and the amount on which the benefit is based paid up to the amount it is based on.
Who may acquire this service:
The fund member and their beneficiaries
Documents required when requesting this service:
- Service request form – supplementing and aiding jobseekers’ annuity ,
- decisions on the payment of the jobseeker’s allowance with the date of issue which may not be older than 120 days from the date of the application,
- last payroll.
The individual or employer membership fee credited to the individual account must bear interest for 180 days before this service can be paid for.
The subsidy received from the employer, for the targeted service, as well as tax credit and return after payments, can be allocated immediately after payments.
In the case of a supplement to the jobseeker’s allowance, the first 90 days from the date of application will be paid. However, if the end of the benefit can be determined, the fee will be paid monthly up to and including the month of entitlement.
In the case of a jobseeker’s allowance, the fee is paid monthly for the first 24 months from the date of application. However, if the end of the benefit can be determined, the fee will be paid monthly up to and including the month of entitlement.