Last updated on January 2nd, 2017 at 01:10 pm
Magkano dapat ang Monthly SSS Contribution ko?
Depende sa Monthly Salary Credit mo.
Merong Table of SSS Contributions kung saan mo makikita ang Monthly Salary Credits at Monthly Contributions.
Ano ba ang Monthly Salary Credit?
Ito ay range ng Monthly Salary Credits from 1,000 pesos to 16,000 pesos.
Ang Monthly Salary Credits ay based sa Actual Monthly Salary mo.
Pati ba Transportation Allowance kasama sa Actual Monthly Salary ko?
Yes, kasama ang transportation allowance.
Anu-ano pang compensation ang kasama sa Actual Monthly Salary kung saan based ang SSS Monthly Salary Credit?
- Salaries and wages
- Overtime Pay
- Bonuses (except Christmas Bonus)
- Payment for direct labor or indirect labor
- Maternity Leave Pay
- Sick Leave Pay
- Vacation Leave Pay
- Cost of Living Allowance (COLA)
- Emergency COLA
- Transportation Allowance
- Board and Lodging Allowance
- Cash Value of Living Expense
- Superintendence Pay
- Commission Expense
- Workers Compensation Benefit
- Tuition Fee and School Fee Benefits
- Cash value of any remuneration paid through any non-cash medium
- Commission Advances and Allowances
- Salaries Earned While on Board a Foreign Vessel
- Share in the Catch Project
- Other types of compensation paid as remuneration for employment
Reference: SSS Citizen’s Charter, 2016 Edition
Is 13th-Month Pay Included in the Actual Monthly Salary, which is used as Basis for Computing SSS Contribution?
NO, the 13th-month pay is not included.
See these guidelines:
Page 42 of the Handbook on Workers’ Statutory Monetary Benefits, 2016 edition, published by the Bureau of Working Conditions, Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE):
I. Non-inclusion in Regular Wage
The thirteenth-month pay is not part of the regular wage of employees
for purposes of determining overtime and premium payments, fringe
benefits, contributions to the State Insurance Fund, Social Security
System, National Health Insurance Program, and private retirement plans
Revised Guidelines on the Implementation of the 13th Month Pay Law or Presidential Decree No. 851, declared through Memorandum Order No. 28 on August 13, 1986 by President Corazon C. Aquino:
7. Non-inclusion in Regular Wage
The mandated 13th month pay need not be credited as part of regular wage of employees for purposes of determining overtime and premium pays, fringe benefits insurance fund, Social Security, Medicare and private retirement plans.