Teachers WEALTH DECLARATION
FREQUENT QUESTIONS ANSWERED
1. WHEN IS THE DEADLINE?
December 31st 2019 is the last day to have your wealth declaration submitted.
2. I WAS EMPLOYED RECENTLY. SHOULD I DECLARE?
All teachers who were on the payroll before 31st October 2013 should declare their wealth.
3. WHAT DURATION ARE WE DECLARING FOR?
Declaration is being made for a 2-year period. The bi-annual spans from 1/11/2017 to 31/10/2019.
4. WHAT SHOULD BE INDICATED AS INCOME, ASSETS & LIABILITIES?
Income is mainly the total gross salary for the 2 years. Any other source of income can be declared too.
Liabilities include, loan repayment and other monetary obligations like school fees & medical bills.
Assets include property such as land, vehicles, house and motorcycles. SACCO shares are also in this category.
5. I'M TRYING TO ACCESS THE PORTAL BUT MY ACCOUNT ISN'T WORKING
6. HOW DO I KNOW THAT MY DECLARATION HAS BEEN SUBMITTED?
Upon successful submission, a text message will be delivered from TSC indicating that the process is successful.
I. MODE OF DECLARATION.
In order to enhance efficiency, the Commission has introduced an online
declaration portal to be used in the declaration period. In this regard,
all teachers are expected to fill an online Declaration by the set deadline; following steps outlined in the Wealth Declaration Instruction Manual.
II. ACCESSING THE ONLINE PORTAL
The Declaration Form can be filled and submitted by accessing the Teachers Online Portal through; http://www.teachersonline.go.ke. Please note that you can access this information using a smart phone
II. INSTRUCTION MANUAL (PDF) downloadable
This can be downloaded from the TSC website; http://www.tsc.go.ke under downloads, immediately next to the Declaration link.
Otherwise one can complete the Declaration process by following the prompts in the form after logging in.
IV. MONITORING OF THE DECLARATION online
All Heads of Institution are required to monitor the declaration progress in their respective institutions and report on non-Compliance as reflected in line with the provision in Part B in the Wealth Declaration Instruction Manual.
V. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION about WEALTH DECLARATION
(a) All teachers in employment of TSC are required to declare their Income, Assets and Liabilities. These include teachers on:
1). Any kind of leave
4). Sick leave
(b) Any teacher in the TSC employment who fails to submit a declaration or gives false or misleading information is liable to a fine of Kshs 1,000,000 or be imprisoned for a term not exceeding one year or both upon conviction.
(c) It is mandatory for all teachers to have a working email address which will be vital for setting, accessing and resetting individual passwords for the Declaration as applicable.
A copy of the submitted Declaration is automatically be sent to one’s email account.
(d) All sections of the declaration must be completed. Incomplete Declaration Forms will be rejected.
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