Government Superannuation Fund
|Category|| : ||Governmental » Policies & Programs
|Country/Region|| : ||New Zealand
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What does GSF mean?
Government Superannuation Fund (GSF) dates back to 1948, when it was established to provide a way for state sector employees to save for their retirement. Contributors make regular contributions to the Fund and in return, on retirement, receive a defined level of income. The GSF Schemes were closed to new members from 1 July 1992, except for persons who were eligible for membership through their employment with certain Pacific Island governments. Membership was closed to these persons in 1995.