SSS Contribution Table 2014, Self-Employed, Voluntary, OFW Members

Here is the new SSS Contribution Table for Self-Employed, Voluntary and OFW members starting January 2014.

SALARY SALARY         CONTRIBUTION
RANGE CREDIT
(Monthly) (Monthly) (Monthly)
1,000 – 1,249.99 1,000 110
1,250 – 1,749.99 1,500 165
1,750 – 2,249.99 2,000 220
2,250 – 2,749.99 2,500 275
2,750 – 3,249.99 3,000 330
3,250 – 3,749.99 3,500 385
3,750 – 4,249.99 4,000 440
4,250 – 4,749.99 4,500 495
4,750 – 5,249.99 5,000 550
5,250 – 5,749.99 5,500 605
5,750 – 6,249.99 6,000 660
6,250 – 6,749.99 6,500 715
6,750 – 7,249.99 7,000 770
7,250 – 7,749.99 7,500 825
7,750 – 8,249.99 8,000 880
8,250 – 8,749.99 8,500 935
8,750 – 9,249.99 9,000 990
9,250 – 9,749.99 9,500 1,045
9,750 – 10,249.99 10,000 1,100
10,250 – 10,749.99 10,500 1,155
10,750 – 11,249.99 11,000 1,210
11,250 – 11,749.99 11,500 1,265
11,750 – 12,249.99 12,000 1,320
12,250 – 12,749.99 12,500 1,375
12,750 – 13,249.99 13,000 1,430
13,250 – 13,749.99 13,500 1,485
13,750 – 14,249.99 14,000 1,540
14,250 – 14,749.99 14,500 1,595
14,750 – 15,249.99 15,000 1,650
15,250 – 15,749.99         15,500 1,705
15,750 – over 16,000 1,760

Notes: 

. Minimum Monthly Contribution for OFWs is 550 pesos.

. For those who have paid in advance contributions for the year 2014 based on the old SSS contribution table, make additional payments.

Examples:

If you paid in advance 104 per month,
pay an additional 6 pesos for each month paid in advance.
If you paid in advance 312 per month,
pay an additional 18 pesos for each month paid in advance.
If you paid in advance 520 per month,
pay an additional 30 pesos for each month paid in advance.
If you paid in advance 780 per month,
pay an additional 45 pesos for each month paid in advance.
If you paid in advance 1,560 per month,
pay an additional 200 pesos for each month paid in advance.

What happens if I do not make additional payments?

SSS will post your contributions as payments for the applicable lower salary credit.

BUT those who paid in advance 104 per month and OFWs who paid in advance 520 per month, they must make the additional payments, or else their advance payments will be put on hold and will not be posted. Why so? Because there is no salary credit lower than 1,000 or no contribution lower than 104.

For OFWs who paid in advance their minimum, 520 per month, SSS will also put these payments on hold, kasi 5,000 ang pinakamababang salary credit for OFWs.

Ano ba ang difference between SALARY RANGE and SALARY CREDIT?

Salary Range refers to your actual gross monthly salary. Andito ba sa range na ito ang iyong gross monthly salary?

Salary Credit is the amount used by SSS to compute your salary loan amount, sickness benefit amount, maternity benefit amount and pension amount.

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  1. Hi Ma’am Nora…Have a good day!I’m a flexi-fund member since October 2010 untill at present but I have just remitted 1560 monthly contributions before then this time 1,595 pesos.I just asking if can I go back to regular ofw sss member or can I cancel my being flexi-fund member?Do I have any new sss form to fill out upon doing so?Thanks a lot and I highly appreciated your answer.

  2. Hi marie, do you mean you were paying 1560 monthly since October 2010? And you thought you were paying for Flexi-Fund? If you were paying 1560 only, I think your payments were posted as regular SSS contributions, and not Flexi-Fund. Why do I think so? Because what SSS does is when it receives payments from OFWs, it gets first the 1560 and credits it to your regular SSS payments, and then the excess, which should be more than 200 pesos, is credited to your Flexi-Fund. You can write ofw.relations@sss.gov.ph and ask your Flexi-Fund balance, so you will know if you have Flexi-Fund. Since 2014, the maximum regular contribution is 1760.

  3. good day po. I’m ofw. The amount I pay every month to sss is 550. Is this ok even if I don’t comply with the salary range set by SSS? What’s the difference if I comply with the salary range? thanks po

  4. Hi janine, the minimum SSS monthly salary credit for OFWs is 5,000, and the contribution for this is 550. It means your contribution is valid. If you pay higher contributions, you can claim higher benefits, like maternity benefit.

  5. Hello Ms. Nora I have a question what kind of Retirement claim form I need, I’m a Filipino-Canadian and paid my sss by myself as a volunteer. I’m going to be 60 nxt month August and also I paid 120 months. Thanks. LPCalvelo

  6. HI MAM NORA THE AMOUNT I PAID BEFORE IS 3HUNDRED PLUS I WAS NOT AN OFW YET THAT TIME SORRY I CANT REMEMBER THE EXACT AMT. THEN I STOP PAYING MY SSS . AND THE LAST TIME I PAID AGAIN IS IN POEA BRANCH THEY TOLD ME TO PAY I THINK 4 HUNDRED PLUS THEN I STOP PAYING AGAIN. NOW I WANT TO START TO PAY AGAIN . IWANT TO CHANGE MY MONTHLY CONTRIBUTION INSTEAD OF 44O MONTHLY ILL PAY IT 1100 MONTHLY CAN IT BE? NO PROBLEM IF ILL CHANGE MY MONTHLY CONTRIBUTION? DO I HAVE TO FILL UP SOME FORM?
    THANKS. WAITING FOR YOUR REPLY

  7. Hi Carolina, there’s a new SSS circular saying that if you’re younger than 55, you can now increase to any amount, and you can change frequently, but not decrease to below 550 (because you’re OFW). If you were not an Employed SSS member before you became OFW, before you pay, it’s best if you go to SSS and verify your date of coverage and your contributions. If you’re abroad, email ofw.relations@sss.gov.ph and inquire about your date of coverage. I’m advising this because of your payment history, and so that you can correct your registration in case there’s a problem.

  8. Dear Mrs Nora, I am presently a pensioner. I was employed since march 1976 up to april 2004. I just want to know detailed computation of my monthly pension. Hope to receive your response soonest time possible. Thank you very much. Luciano J. Bartonico

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