How can I see my old SSS contribution online?

How can I see my old SSS contribution online?

How to Check Your SSS Contributions Online

  1. Step 1: Visit the SSS website. Access the SSS website at
  2. Step 2: Log in to your My. SSS account.
  3. Step 3: Go to the SSS Contribution Inquiry page. Hover your mouse to the Inquiry menu (beside Home and Member Info) and click ‘Contributions’.

How can I pay my old SSS contribution?

How to Pay SSS Contribution in 3 Steps.

  1. Get a Payment Reference Number (PRN). The PRN is a unique number generated and used by each SSS member when paying a contribution.
  2. Present or provide your PRN when paying a contribution. Photo Credit:
  3. Wait for your payment confirmation.

Can I withdraw my SSS contribution after 10 years?

However, once you become a covered SSS member, you become a member for life. The contributions that you remit become savings for the future that will serve as basis for the granting of social security benefits in times of contingencies. Membership cannot be withdrawn and contributions paid cannot refunded.

How many years should I contribute to SSS?

Member must have paid at least 120 monthly contributions prior to the semester of retirement and is any of the following, whichever is applicable: at least 60 years old and separated from employment or has ceased to be an SE/OFW/Household Helper (optional retirement);

Can I pay SSS annually?

If you are self-employed or a voluntary member, the frequency of your contribution payments can be on a monthly or quarterly basis. You may also pay your contributions for the months of October to December of a given year until January 31st of the following year.

How much is the minimum SSS contribution for voluntary?

Effective January 2021, SSS has increased its contribution rate from 12 percent to 13 percent and adjusted the monthly salary credits (MSC) for members to P3,000 as minimum and P25,000 as maximum. This is equivalent to a monthly contribution of P390/month or P3,250/month, respectively.

What is the maximum daily salary allowance of EC sickness benefit?

The amount of EC TTD shall be increased from a minimum daily income benefit of P10 to 110 and from a maximum daily income benefit of $200 to $480.

What is the maximum amount of SS funeral benefit?

The Funeral Benefit is a variable amount ranging from a minimum of P20,000.00 to maximum of P40,000.00, depending on the member’s number of paid contributions and average monthly salary credit.

How much is the SSS contribution per month?

How much pension will I get from SSS?

The minimum monthly Retirement Pension is P1,200 if the member has 120 months contribution or at least ten (10) CYS; or P2,400 if with at least 20 CYS. A cash benefit granted – either as a monthly pension or a lump sum amount – to the beneficiaries of a deceased member.

What’s the new SSS contribution rate for 2014?

The Social Security System (SSS) has issued a new schedule of Social Security (SS) and Employees’ Compensation (EC). From January 2014 the monthly contribution for SSS will raise from 10.4% to 11% of their monthly salary credit (MSC).

When did the latest SSS contribution table come out?

E mployers, employees, OFWs, self-employed, and voluntary members, including household help must be knowledgeable on the latest and updated Social Security System (SSS) Contribution Table 2015 which had been effective since 2014.

How does the employer contribute to the SSS?

Contributions of employees, kasambahays, and certain OFWs are deducted from their monthly salary and remitted to the SSS (along with the employer’s share of contribution) by their respective employers. Others have to pay their entire contribution.

What is the minimum SSS contribution for OFW?

REMINDERS The total contributions paid by the Employer in this payment form includes the Social Security contributions shared by both the employer and employee plus the EC contributions shouldered solely by the employer, in accordance with the SSS monthly contribution schedule. For OFW, the minimum MSC shall be P5,000.00.