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A Letter of Good Standing is a document that is required when submitting tenders, and is issued by the Compensation Commissioner. In order to obtain the letter, employers are required to be registered with the Compensation Fund, have submitted all returns of earnings and paid the monies due on assessment. A letter of good standing can be obtained once an employer has complied with the requirements of the Compensation Fund Act.
Outstanding monies owed to the fund on application of the letter will need to be settled or instalments payments arranged before the letter of good standing will be issued by the Compensation Fund.
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|Accounting, Legal and Tax|
|Shelf tender company|
|Non profit company|
|Personal Liability Company|
|Tax Clearance Certificate|
|Letter of Good Standing|