SSS Contributions Table, Philippines

 

Updated June 2014:

SSS monthly contributions have increased

Go to this page to see the new SSS CONTRIBUTION TABLE, effective January 2014.

 

The SSS contribution table below is valid only up to December 2013, after SSS announced through Circular 2013-010 the new contribution table effective January 2014.

This table is for the following SSS members:

  • VOLUNTARY
  • SELF-EMPLOYED
  • OVERSEAS FILIPINO WORKER
  • NON-WORKING SPOUSE
  • FARMER/FISHERMAN


Range of Actual Income      Salary Credit      SSS CONTRIBUTION
(Monthly) (Monthly) (Monthly)
1,000 – 1,249.99 1,000 104
1,250 – 1,749.99 1,500 158
1,750 – 2,249.99 2,000 208
2,250 – 2,749.99 2,500 260
2,750 – 3,249.99 3,000 312
3,250 – 3,749.99 3,500 364
3,750 – 4,249.99 4,000 416
4,250 – 4,749.99 4,500 468
4,750 – 5,249.99 5,000 520
5,250 – 5,749.99 5,500 572
5,750 – 6,249.99 6,000 624
6,250 – 6,749.99 6,500 676
6,750 – 7,249.99 7,000 728
7,250 – 7,749.99 7,500 780
7,750 – 8,249.99 8,000 832
8,250 – 8,749.99 8,500 884
8,750 – 9,249.99 9,000 936
9,250 – 9,749.99 9,500 988
9,750 – 10,249.99 10,000 1040
10,250 – 10,749.99 10,500 1092
10,750 – 11,249.99 11,000 1144
11,250 – 11,749.99 11,500 1196
11,750 – 12,249.99 12,000 1248
12,250 – 12,749.99 12,500 1300
12,750 – 13,249.99 13,000 1352
13,250 – 13,749.99 13,500 1404
13,750 – 14,249.99 14,000 1456
14,250 – 14,749.99 14,500 1508
14,750 – over 15,000 1560

 

To pay your SSS contribution, use the RS-5 CONTRIBUTIONS PAYMENT RETURN.
You can get this form at any SSS branch, and you can pay at SSS cashier counters, accredited banks, and other payment outlets, such as Bayad Center or SM Business Center.

Usually, Bayad Centers or SM Business Centers have RS5 forms available.
Bayad Centers and SM Business Centers have their e-payment systems linked to the SSS payment facility, so posting of contributions takes the same time as those paid at e-linked SSS cashiers.

This is how the RS5 Form looks like:

SSS RS-5 -- SSS Contributions Payment Form

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

What is SALARY CREDIT?

This is the fixed amount nearest your actual monthly salary. Salary Credit is used in computing the amount of your salary loan and your benefits, namely, maternity, sickness, disability benefits, EC benefits and pensions.

Click this to see SSS Payment Deadlines.

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  1. hi, I just wanna ask how much Maternity benefit can I get for my pregnancy. I only started my contribution Last may 2014, but my contribution for every month is P581.30.

  2. Hi Jerei, I assume you’re employed, and you’re in the maximum salary range, which is 16k and above. Am I correct? When are you giving birth? So I can estimate if you can get the maximum 32k for normal delivery.

  3. I gave birth last Sept 11, 2014 in UAE. I am paying 550 pesos monthly contribution. I am employed for almost 4 years now. I had a caesarian section delivery. How much maternity benefit I can claim and can you provide me with the computation

  4. Hi Mae, if you paid at least 6 contributions within Apr 2013 to Mar 2014 (520 in 2013 and 550 in 2014), your benefit will be:
    5k x 6 months = 30k
    30k / 180 = 166.67
    166.67 x 78 days = 13k
    Your benefit is 13,000 pesos.

  5. Good pm! My husband’s SSS contribution/payment for Dec. 2014 was doubled. The second payment was for January 2015. What will happen? Should he pay for January? Or is it automatic that the system corrects it as payment for January 2015, since payment for last Dec 2014 was already paid? Thanks

  6. Hi Maybelline, if the 2nd payment was made after the payment deadline for Dec 2014, then this 2nd payment will be credited automatically as payment for Jan 2015. If the 2nd payment was on time, and the total of the 2 payments were not more than 1,760, there’s a possibility that the 2 payments will be credited for Dec 2015. But check your online account from time to time. Later on, if you see that the error was not corrected, you can request SSS for correction of posting by writing a letter to SSS requesting the posting of your 2nd payment for Jan 2015. Attach a copy of your 2 payment receipts. You can submit this request to the nearest branch.

  7. I would like to clarify regarding our SSS deduction because we are deducted semi monthly of 581.30 so in one month we are contributing 1162.6 example our Monthly Basic Salary is 32,000 and for the first cut off 1-15 basic salary will be 16,000 + OT 2000 we are having a salary gross of 18,000 and our SSS deduction for first cut off is 581.3 then in the second 16-30 cutoff basic salary will be 16,000 + OT 1000 we are having a salary gross of 17,000 again SSS deduction for second cut off is 581.3. Just to know if there computation is correct in deducting our SSS?

  8. Hi Joey, your employer should be deducting only 581.30 once per month. If twice per month, the deduction should be 290.65 every 15 and 30, with a monthly total of 581.30 (290.65 x 2). It should be the employer that is paying a total of 1,208.70 for you monthly (1,178.70 for regular SSS and 30 pesos for EC). Ask your fellow employees if their SSS deduction is similar to yours, and if similar, go to your HR/accounting and ask.
    The SSS table of contribution is on a monthly basis, NOT on a semi-monthly basis. Whether the employee is earning 16k or 100k a month, the employee will pay 581.30 per month, and the employer will pay 1,208.70 per month for the employee.

  9. Hi, wanna ask something about my sss loaned year 2006 worth 7k then the previous years until 2014 haven’t contributing monthly ….I want to know the appx balance to pay for my loan which I believe already increased so much because of the interest.thank you in advance

  10. Hi mervin, sorry I don’t work for SSS, so I don’t have access to their records. You can go to the nearest branch and ask. Or register at sss.gov.ph so you can track your records online. Try during non-peak hours, like midnight.

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