How to address a letter to ssnit

Writing a letter is an art, and addressing it correctly is just as important. When writing to the Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT), it is important to ensure you address the letter correctly, as this will help to ensure a speedy response.

Writing a letter to the Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT) requires special attention to detail and an understanding of the requirements for the application process.

Knowing how to correctly address your letter to SSNIT is essential to ensure that it reaches the right person and that all the necessary information is provided.


In this article, we will discuss how to properly address a letter to SSNIT.


The Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT) is a statutory public Trust charged under the National Pensions Act, 2008 Act 766 with the administration of Ghana’s Basic National Social Security Scheme. Its mandate is to cater for the First Tier of the Three-Tier Pension Scheme. The Trust is currently the largest non-bank financial institution in Ghana.

How does SSNIT work in Ghana?

The primary responsibility of SSNIT is to replace part of lost income of workers in Ghana. Therefore the TRUST is mandated by law to; Operate the Basic Social Security Scheme which is the 1st tier. Ensure general administration of the Social Security Scheme and Regulations.

How to address a letter to ssnit

  1. The first step is to write the full name and address of the recipient. This should include the full name of the SSNIT, the address, and the contact details. You should also include the name of the specific department you are writing to, if applicable.
  2. Once you have written the full name and address of the recipient, the second step is to write the salutation. The most appropriate salutation to use when addressing a letter to SSNIT is “Dear Sir or Madam”.
  3. The third step is to write the body of the letter. This should include the reason for writing, any supporting documents or information that may be relevant, and any questions or requests that you may have.
  4. When concluding the letter, it is standard practice to thank the SSNIT Board of Directors for their time and consideration. You may also wish to provide your contact information, such as a phone number or email address, in case they need to contact and also sign the letter.
  5. Once you have completed the letter, you should print out a copy and address it to “The Social Security and National Insurance Trust, P.O. Box MB 149, Accra, Ghana”.
  6. You should include your name and address in the top left corner, and the recipient’s name and address in the top right corner.
  7. When sending the letter, you should always include a self-addressed, stamped envelope to ensure that the recipient can easily respond to your letter.

SSNIT Ghana contact details

  • Contact centre number: 0302611622
  • Toll free number: 0800110094
  • Email address: [email protected]

Final words

Following these steps will help ensure that your letter is properly addressed and quickly received by SSNIT. It is important to remember that the success of your letter may depend on how well it is written and addressed, so make sure that you take the time to ensure that your letter is professional and accurate.

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