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TSC wealth declaration form and requirements

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TSC wealth declaration form: The Deadline for wealth declaration is on 31st of December 2019. As the date inches closer, here are the TSC wealth declaration form and requirements you need:

You will get started on the TSC wealth declaration site here: https://tsconline.tsc.go.ke/

The requirements for wealth declaration are as follows:

Tsc No:

Mobile No:

Email address:

Kcse mean grade:

Highest education level:

Home county:

Sub county:

Impairement:

Category For example: Secondary or Primary:

Main subject:

Grade:

2nd subject:

Grade:

Gross Income. For example: The salary from November 2017 to October 2019.

Assets:

Liabilities:

Dependants info

Spouse names and Id

Children names

Other relevant info/Declaration

Witness names, address and Id no.

TSC Payslip Online Registration and Download (Updated 2019)

The Declaration of Income, Assets and Liabilities form contains the following fields:

1. Name of the Public Officer; (Surname) (First name) (Other names)

2. Birth Information;
a. Date of birth
b. Place of birth

3. Marital Status

4. Address:
a. Postal address
b. Physical address

5. Employment Information:
a. Designation
b. Name of Employer
c. Nature of employment; (permanent, temporary, contract, etc)
d. T.S.C. No.
e. School/Institution
f. District

6. Name of spouse of spouses:
(i) (Surname) (First name) (Other names)
(ii) (Surname) (First name) (Other names)
iii) (Surname) (First name) (Other names)
(iv) (Surname) (First name) (Other names)
(v) (Surname) (First name) (Other names)
(vi) (Surname) (First name) (Other names)
(vii) (Surname) (First name) (Other names)

7. Name of dependent children under the ages of 18 years:
(i) (Surname) (First name) (Other names)
(ii) (Surname) (First name) (Other names)
(iii) (Surname) (First name) (Other names)
(iv) (Surname) (First name) (Other names)
(v) (Surname) (First name) (Other names)
(vi) (Surname) (First name) (Other names)
(vii) (Surname) (First name) (Other names)
(viii) (Surname) (First name) (Other names)
(ix) (Surname) (First name) (Other names)

8. Financial statement for________;
(A separate statement is required for the officer and each spouse and dependent child under the age of 18 years. Additional sheets should be added as required)

a. Statement date
(Statement date is the first day of the month preceding the month in which the declaration is due.)
b. Income, including emoluments, for the period from
_____________________________________to___________
(Including, but not limited to, salary and emoluments and income from investments, the period is from the previous statement date to the current statement date. For an initial declaration, the period is
the year ending on the statement date.)
c. Assets (as of the statement date)
(Including, but not limited to land, buildings, vehicles, investments and financial obligations owed to the person for whom the statement is made).

d. Liabilities (as of the statement date)

9. Other information that may be useful or relevant.

Declaration;
I solemnly declare that the information I have given in this declaration is, to the best of my knowledge, true and complete.
Signature of Officer: ________________________
Date: __________________
Witness:
Signature: _____________
Name: _________________
Address: ______________

The process is as follows:

  • Visit the official TSC website; tsc.go.ke
  • click on online services menu and go to Teachers Online Services sub menu
  • You will redirected to teachersonline.go.ke
  • Click on the Declaration of Income, Assets and Liabilities
  • Enter your TSC number and click next
  • Sign Up by entering your correct contact details’
  • Use your TSC number and password to login
  • Read all the instructions and clikc NEXT
  • Fill in the wealth declaration form where you will be required to enter your wealth details and that of your spouse

NOTE: Capturing Spouse(s) and dependants: Enter your spouse(s) and dependants’ details.One can capture more dependants by repeating the same process.

NOTE: Dependants’ Declaration of Income, Assets and Liabilities: The list of dependants is on the right side of the window, click on Declare statement under Actions olumn on the far right. If not applicable, click Next to proceed.

Additional info:

(a) All teachers in employment of TSC are required to declare their Income, Assets & Liabilities. These include teachers on:

  • Leave (Of whatever kind)
  • Interdiction
  • Suspension
  • Sick leave
  • Authorized absence from duty

(b). Any teacher in 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 imprisonment for a term not exceeding (1) one year or both upon conviction.

(c). It is mandatory for all teachers to have a personal working email address for setting, accessing and resetting individual passwords for the Declaration as applicable. A copy of the submitted Declaration will automatically be sent to the teacher’s email.

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