For SSS members there is now an easy way to check all your premium contributions to SSS thru online access. Creating an account for SSS online access is free.
SSS is Social Security System for private employees. For Government employees, their counterpart is GSIS or Government Service Insurance System.
You can check ALL SSS premium payments made starting from your first work, when you become an SSS member all the way to present. How? Follow this iSensey SSS guide.
Very important: You must have successfully registered for an SSS online account access. If you have not registered to SSS online, please do so now by following this simple SSS online enrollment guide.
If you are already registered in SSS online, you can now do member inquiries, check your SSS Loan status, check your employer history, get the details on filing maternity claims, etc.
HOW TO GET A LIST OF YOUR SSS PREMIUM CONTRIBIUTIONS
Step 1: Login to your SSS online account using browser Mozilla Firefox or Internet Explorer or Google Chrome. There will be a window that will pop-up with useful information in case you are having trouble or issue loading the SSS member’s dashboard page in your chosen browser.
For Google Chrome, you have to allow the browser to ‘load unsafe scripts’, it’s okay to do this when accessing the SSS website www.sss.gov.ph. Check this screenshot:
Step 2: Once you are login, point your cursor to “E-SERVICES”, and then “Inquiry”. The arrows below points to the correct location in the SSS online dashboard.
Step 3: The Employee Static Information page will load. Go to the navigation menu, and look for “Member Info”, and then below that you will see “Actual Premiums”, click it.
Step 4: The SSS Contributions – Actual Premium Page will load. You can now see all the premium contributions you have ever made to SSS since you started paying SSS.
The table below shows an actual SSS premium payments. You can see therein the months when our example member doesn’t have worked because the SSS contribution is also 0.00. The last contribution made to SSS was December 2009 based on the contributions table.
If you are working at present in a private company, then you will see updated payments including 2016 premium payments.
If you no longer work for a private or government entity, you can change your status from employed to self-employed (voluntary member) so you can continue contributing to SSS, this way you can also enjoy the benefits that SSS offers its active members. Check here for guide on how to change from employed to voluntary SSS members.
Aside from individual premium payments made, you can also see the total amount of contributions you have ever made to SSS. In our sample, total paid to SSS is P110,560.
You can also see the number of posted contributions made like this one:
To enjoy SSS Retirement Benefit monthly pension a member must have made at least 120 monthly contributions before the semester when he / she retires. Looking back at our sample member, he only made a total of 95 contributions. If he qualifies for retirement today, he will not receive a monthly pension from SSS just lump sum because he lacks 25 months of contribution (120 – 95 = 25 months)
Knowing the number of months you have contributed to SSS is important so you can plan ahead to make sure at your retirement age, you will have made 120 contributions. Kasi saying if less than 120 months contribution, walang monthly pension.
MISSING CONTRIBUTIONS! SSS PREMIUM PAYMENTS NOT POSTED!
Now, after checking your record and you see premium payments not credited, not posted. We suggest that you visit any SSS branch, bring copy of your payment receipts if you have them, and talk to an SSS CSR on how to correct your SSS records asap. The SSS personnel is the best person that can answer all your questions and concerns about SSS contribution payments.
Hope this post helps you in checking your SSS premium contributions over the years.
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