What is the Roll-Over Benefit?


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If you claim less than a certain threshold amount included in your day-to-day benefits, you will build up a Roll-Over benefit which you can use to pay for healthcare treatment and medical costs. Claims paid in accordance to the day-to-day benefits of each benefit option, taking into account the threshold level, will first be debited against the Roll-Over benefit after which the normal day-to-day risk benefits will be used.

At the end of April, in the following benefit year, if your previous year’s day-to-day claims excluding costs for chronic medication are less than the Roll-Over benefit, the remaining balance will be transferred into your accumulated Roll-Over benefit account, which you can use to pay for additional medical expenses normally excluded in terms of the Rules of the Fund.

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