Coverage and Date of effectivity
All employees who entered government service prior to August 1, 2003 and receiving monthly compensation irrespective of employment status and who have not reached the mandatory retirement age.
Members of the Judiciary and its equivalent rank and the Constitutional Commissioners who entered government service prior to and after August 1, 2003.
The type of insurance plans issued to members depends on the age nearest the member’s birthday at the time of effectivity, as follows:
|Age Bracket||Plan of Insurance|
|30 years and below||Endowment at 45|
|31 years to 40||Endowment at 55|
|41 years to 59||Endowment at 65|
|60 years and over||Ordinary Life|
Maturity benefit – As defined in the policy contract, this benefit is payable upon maturity of the endowment policy and is equivalent to the original amount of insurance plus the supplementary/ies added to the original amount of insurance. Outstanding balances in the member’s policy loan and automatic premium loan will be deducted from the proceeds.
Surrender benefit – The amount to be paid is the cash value of the policy at the time of separation less all indebtedness of the member.
Death benefit – This is equivalent the total amount of insurance (original plus supplementaries) less total indebtedness will be paid to the designated beneficiaries or legal heirs as the case may be.
Policy Loan – A member who has paid more than one year’s premium contributions will be entitled to avail of the policy loan up to 50% of the earned Cash Value subject to interest of 8% per annum compounded monthly and renewable yearly.
Dividends – A policyholder whose policy has been in force for at least one year may receive dividends as may be determined by the Actuary and approved by the Board.