How To Easily Apply For TSC Wealth Declaration, Liabilities, And Incomes

By Getrude Mathayo / Published March 28, 2023 | 11:48 am




KEY POINTS

The instruction manual can be downloaded from the TSC website; https://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.


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The Teacher Service Commission, TSC, a wealth declaration form is an online form of declaring income, assets, and liabilities by all Public Officers in Kenya every two years.

Since 2003 when the law requiring Public Officers to declare their Income, Assets, and Liabilities (IAL) was enacted, the mode of declaration has been manual.

In order to enhance efficiency, the TSC has introduced an online declaration portal to be used in the declaration period. In this regard, all teachers are expected to fill out an online Declaration by the set deadline; following the steps outlined in the Wealth Declaration Instruction Manual.

The Declaration Form can be filled and submitted by accessing the Teachers Online Portal; https://www.teachersonline.go.ke. Please note that you can access this information using a smartphone.

The instruction manual can be downloaded from the TSC website; https://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.

All Heads of Institutions 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 of the Wealth Declaration Instruction Manual.

How To Apply for TSC Wealth Declaration

  1. Visit the TSC online service portal tsconline.tsc.go.ke
  2. Enter your TSC Number and click on ‘next’.
  3. On the next window, enter your Password and press on ‘Log in’.
  4. Click on the ‘WEALTH DECLARATION’ tab and from the drop-down list select ‘basic info’ to start off
  5. Edit or enter your data correctly and click on ‘next’ when done; after entering your teaching subjects’ details
  6. The next window is the ‘Personal Declaration’ window
  7. Select ‘income’ and this includes but is not limited to, Salary & Emoluments and Income from Investments
  8. Next is Assets. This includes but is not limited to Land, Buildings, Vehicles, Investments, and Financial Obligations owed to the person for whom the statement is made. Remember to click on the ‘ADD/ SAVE ASSETS’ for each of the income after entering the Description and Approximate Amount… Saved data will be displayed on the right side of your screen.
  9. Click on Next to declare your liabilities which include, but are not limited to Financial Obligations owed by the person submitting the statement; Bank loans, SACCO Loans, HELB Loans, etc.
  10. Select the ‘NEXT’ button so as to input dependents’ details; spouse(s) and children under the age of 18 Years, if any. Enter the dependent’s details
  11. In the new window, enter any relevant information. If not available click on the ‘NEXT’ button to bypass this step.
  12. Witness; This is the final step. Enter the details of your Witness (Someone who knows you; it can be your relative or workmate).
  13. You can preview your entries by clicking on ‘VIEW SUMMARY’ and make amendments where and when necessary. If satisfied with your entries, then press on ‘SUBMIT’. A copy of the declaration will be sent to your Email address.

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