In our society, it does not matter whether you have a regular and stable income or not - there will always be *haus krais, *kaikais, bride price ceremonies and generally there will always be customary obligations that require funds. When one reaches retirement age this becomes a stress factor in many families, most times the retiree feels a sense of guilt and gets upset that they are not able to maintain what they used to be able to offer as support to their extended family. Instead of relaxing and enjoying retirement the retiree stresses about activities such as this or about other finance related issues.
Retirement should not be like this! It should be a time of relaxation and strengthening ties with family. There is one such organization that can offer advice and various methods of building a secure nest to assist you to make that future retirement less stressful and more enjoyable! Nambawan Super Ltd the corporate trustee of the Public Officers Superannuation Fund is THE organization you should make an appointment to come and have a chat with at the Sir John Guise Indoor Complex next week at the 2018 PNG Real Estate Show.
If you want to find out what steps you need to take in order to increase you and your employees contribution to your retirement fund, or the best way to save for that property or register your business, or you just want to make sure that you have enough to get by and be able to contribute to *kastom wok - you should not miss the Nambawan Super booth! Come to the 2018 PNG Real Estate Show on either Friday 1st or Saturday 2nd of June, enter for FREE; and make sure that you pay a visit to the superfund pros to get relevant and up to date information to make your future more comfortable - and keep up to date with your kastom wok no matter your employment status.
*haus krais - traditional Papua New Guinean wake.
*kaikais - feast or food or to eat depending on which context used, in this context it means a feast.
*kastom wok - various processes associated with customary obligations