Did you know?


Did you know that the Public Service Pension Plan is the largest pension plan in Newfoundland and Labrador with over 55,000 members?

Who is responsible for pensioner payroll?

Payment of Public Service Pension Plan (the Plan) pension cheques and direct deposits is the responsibility of the Payroll and Compensation Benefits Division of the Human Resource Secretariat. They are also responsible for the payment of all refund of pension contribution cheques.

Collecting your pension

Payment of Public Service Pension Plan (the Plan) pension cheques and direct deposits is the responsibility of the Payroll and Compensation Benefits Division of the Human Resource Secretariat. They are also responsible for the payment of all refund of pension contribution cheques.

Payroll and Compensation Benefits Division also maintains the pensioner payroll and refund master files which includes:

  • Changes of address
  • Change in direct deposit information
  • Changes in deductions
  • Maintaining actuarial information
  • Issuing replacement cheques
  • Providing confirmation of pension income
  • Issuing T4As/NR4s at year end

Pay Dates

Pensioner and Refund payrolls are issued on the 15th and 31st of the month, or the closest business day if the 15th and 31st fall on a weekend or holiday. 2018 payroll dates are:

2018

January

15 and 31 

 July

 13 and 31

February

15 and 28

 August

 15 and 31

March

15 and 29

 September 

 14 and 28

April

13 and 30

 October

 15 and 31

May

15 and 31

 November

 15 and 30

June

15 and 29

 December

 14 and 31 

 

Personal Information Change

If you experience a change of address, a change in banking information, or any other change in personal information, please contact the Payroll and Compensation Benefits Division of the Human Resource Secretariat. They can be contacted via email at [email protected] or by telephone at 709.729.6044.

Payroll Issues

If you are experiencing issues with your pensioner payroll or direct deposits, please contact the Payroll and Compensation Benefits Division of the Human Resource Secretariat. They can be contacted via email at [email protected] or by telephone at 709.729.6044.

Group Insurance Information

Upon retiring, the responsibility for managing your group insurance remains with the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador. For more information regarding group insurance, please click here.

Newfoundland and Labrador Public Sector Pensioners’ Association

The Newfoundland and Labrador Public Sector Pensioners’ Association (NLPSPA) represents anyone who receives a pension from the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador. To visit their website, click here.

Frequently Used Resources


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Calculator

Interested in learning more about the value of your pension and how it will mature over time? Our calculator is an easy way to do this.

Termination Options Processing

We are currently processing termination options for all requests received prior to February 28, 2018.

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