N.I.S Online Contribution Checking System

The online contribution checking system (O.C.C.S) shows the number of contributions for individuals registered with the National Insurance Scheme - Guyana.

The database, which is refreshed on a quarterly basis, was last updated on September 05, 2016 and reflects contributions posted up to August 15, 2016. Next database update is scheduled for December 30, 2016.

When registering, please ensure that your N.I.S. number does not include any "-" nor "/" nor spaces.


A-123 4567 should be A1234567.

Be advised that any discrepancies with your records should be reported via our online queries system found in your navigation menu, under "My Queries".

Increase in Insurable Earnings Ceiling

Effective 1st October, 2015, the insurable earnings ceiling, which is the upper limit of earnings that attracts N.I.S. contributions, has increased from $170,812.00 per month to $200,000.00 per month or from $39,418.00 per week to $46,154.00 per week.

Employers are reminded to download a fresh copy of the electronic schedule which has the updated ceilings and contribution rates.

Call for Investment Proposals

The National Insurance Scheme of Guyana is making an open call for investment proposals from Companies or Financial Institutions with regards to investment opportunities that are available locally or within the Caribbean. These investments can be equity, debt or other appropriate financial instruments.Investments will be assessed for financial sustainability and balanced with the appropriate risk that will guarantee the social protection benefits expected of the Scheme. Proposals must be for investments within the range of $300M - $3,000M with a duration of medium to long term. Accompanying the proposals must be the audited accounts for the 3 most recent years of operation.

Proposals are to be submitted to the Secretary of the Board via email at board_secretary@nis.org.gy. Investment decisions for 2016/2017 will be made for suitable proposals received up to April 30, 2016 (EXTENDED). NIS Board reserves the right to accept or reject any proposal not consistent with its policies, investment goals or mandate.

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