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NIB Officials Conduct Site Visit

8/27/2018 2:35:35 PM
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NIB Makes More Than 11 Thousand Unemployment Benefit Payments
The National Insurance Board has paid the claims of 11,662 persons who have lost their income as a result of COVID-19 amounting to just over $5.4 million for the first two-week payment of the unemployment benefit (UEB).
NIB Contribution Payment Options for Employers
For Customers Paying By Credit Card, Cheque, and Online.
Government Unemployment Programme For Self-Employed Persons
Given the unprecedented impact of COVID-19 on the Bahamian economy, the Government of the Bahamas has launched a new Unemployment Assistance Programme for Self-Employed (Sole Entrepreneur)...
NIB Concludes Payment Arrangements With Several Companies to Expedite Unemployment Benefit (UEB) Payments
The National Insurance Board is pleased to advise that a number of the processes have been innovated to rapidly get Unemployment Benefit (UEB) payments to claimants, and is concluding agreements with several companies which would allow for the expedited payment of the UEB, for an initial four weeks, or longer if necessary.
Early Pension Payments Update
Early Pension Payments Update
4/7/2020 9:12:24 AM
Public Notice - Early Pension Payments Update
NIB Pays First Tranche of Government UEA Payments
The National Insurance Board (NIB) is pleased to advise that it has made the first tranche of payments on Friday, 3rd April, 2020 to recipients of the Government Unemployment Assistance Programme for self-employed persons in the tourism sector impacted by the COVID-19 shutdown in the amount of $555,893.66.