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Annual Contribution Return for Private Household (Domestic service) Employers


Following amendments brought under the Business Facilitation Act 2017, the MRA has been entrusted with the function of collection of contributions/payments to the National Pension Fund (NPF), National savings Fund (NSF), HRDC Training Levy and Recycling Fee. As from 1st January 2018, employers are required to submit all returns and effect payments in respect of NPF/NSF contributions and Training Levy to the Director-General of the MRA.


With a view to facilitate employers, the MRA has put in place a system for e-Filing of annual NPF/NSF returns.


Household employers who have not submitted any monthly return and have not paid contributions for any month of the year ended 30 June 2018 have up to 30 September 2018 to submit an annual return giving the details of their employees and pay the contributions.


Where payments are required to be made, MRA strongly recommends household employers to use the Direct Debit facility put in place by the MRA. To avail of this facility, household employers should fill-in a direct debit form downloadable from the MRA website and return the completed form, duly signed by the authorised signatories, so that it reaches the MRA at least 15 days before the due date for payment.


Household employers should include the details of ALL their employees in the return.


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Household employers who have submitted monthly returns for only some months of the year ended 30 June 2018 are required to submit monthly returns for the months in respect of which no return has been submitted.


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E-Filing Service Centres

e-Filing Service Centres


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Before you start, ensure that you have your User ID (ERN), your password and the details of your employees.


Household employers are required to ensure that the NID of their employees are properly inserted in the return. Where the employee is not a Mauritian Citizen, the ID issued by the Passport and Immigration Office (NCID) should be inserted. Household employers should also ensure that the names of the employees are inserted exactly as they are shown on the National ID / NCID card of the employee.


Modes of Payment


  1. Direct Debit


    MRA strongly recommends employers to use the Direct Debit facility to pay their NPF/NSF contributions directly from their bank account.


    Employers should fill-in a PLACH Direct Debit Form available here or at MRA Customer Service Counter and send it to MRA Head Office before the due date for filing the return for onward processing to your bank. The form duly filled-in, and signed by authorised signatories, should reach the MRA at least 15 days before the due date for payment.


  2. Cash / Cheque


    Payment may be made by cash or by cheque at MRA's cash counters, Ehram Court, Port Louis, from Monday to Friday (09 00 to 15 30). While effecting payment, employers are required to specify their Employer Registration Number (ERN) and produce a copy of their acknowledgement confirmation of the return sent electronically.


    Cheques drawn to the order of the Director General MRA crossed "MRA A/C" or "Account Payee Only" may be sent by post. Household employers are required to specify the Employer Registration Number (ERN), acknowledgement ID, the amount of NPF and NSF contributions seperately and the month on verso of cheque. The cheque should reach the MRA Headquarters, Ehram Court, Port Louis not later than 20 days after the end of the month in respect of which contributions are payable.


Support services


MRA help-desk is available on 207 6000 during office hours, from 08 45 to 16 30 on working days, to assist employers to file their Annual Contribution Return. You may also visit our Customer Service Desks on the ground floor of MRA Head Office, Ehram Court, Cnr. Mgr. Gonin and Sir Virgil Naz streets, Port Louis.