COOPWU and Krung Thai Bank Public Company Limited collaborated to present the special lecture "Saving Plan with National Saving Fund."
On February 15, 2023, Dr. Attanan Techopisalwong, Director of COOP WU, welcomed NSF Secretary–General Jaruluk Ruangsuwan and Mr. Yuttaphong Phimphakan Senior Branch Manager of KTB Thasala and WU branch to give a special lecture “ Saving Plan with National Savings Fund” to 260 pre–cooperative students at 5301 room, lecture building no.5.
National Savings Fund (NSF) is established under Nation Savings Fund Act B.E. 2554 (2011). t is fully supported by the Thai government and under the supervision of Thailand’s Ministry of Finance. NSF members set aside their money with contributions from the Thai government. Its goals are to encourage members’ savings and to ensure the payment of pensions when a member becomes ineligible. The government will contribute 50% of the savings, with a maximum of 600 baht per year, or a compensation rate of 4.54%. The member can start saving between the ages of 15 and 25, and until the age of 60, the government will raise the payment by an amount not to exceed 13,200 baht annually. Individuals who desire to retire after 60 can apply from 15 to 60 if they are not eligible for pension–pension welfare from the government, including students, self–employed individuals, and students. Under governmental oversight, retirement pensions will be provided by NSF savings.
For more information, contact the National Savings Fund: Savings Hotline at 02–049–9000, Line@: @nsf.th, or Facebook Page: National Savings Fund.