The Social Security System of the Philippines (SSS) has recently revised the contribution table for the year 2023.
It is important to be aware of the changes in the rates and rules that apply so you can make sure your contributions are up to date.
Knowing the new SSS Contribution Table can also help you estimate how much money you will receive when you file for a benefits claim. By being informed about the latest changes, you can take advantage of the benefits available to you and ensure that your contributions are properly processed.
You can find the updated SSS 2023 Contribution Table here, which contains information about monthly compensation ceilings, employee contribution rates, employer contribution rates, and other important details.
We recommend that you review this table carefully and make sure that your contributions are in line with the new SSS Contribution Table.
This post is updated today, February 25, 2023.
Old SSS Contribution Table
The SSS Contribution Table will guide you on how much you’re supposed to pay for your SSS contributions whether you’re an employer, employee, self-employed, voluntary, OFW, or non-working spouse of SSS members.
Below is the SSS Table of Contribution for Employers, Employees, and Self-Employed members.
While the table below is the SSS Table of Contribution for voluntary, OFW, or non-working spouse of SSS members.
For OFWs, the minimum salary credit is Php5,000. Therefore, the minimum monthly contribution for OFWs is Php 550.
If you can afford to pay the maximum SSS contribution, which is Php 1,760, that will help you in times that you’ll need to avail of any of the SSS Benefits such as SSS Salary Loan, SSS Sickness Benefit, SSS Maternity Benefits, SSS Pension, and other benefits.
The Social Security System of the Philippines now requires all SSS members to register their SSS account online for easy access.
Once your SSS account is registered online, you will be able to access your SSS contributions anytime, anywhere. No need to go to the SSS branch each time you need to check your account. You can do it all online.
Just visit the SSS website or my blog post here for more info and to register your SSS account online.
To check your SSS contribution, you can follow the steps here.
Walter S. Lotilla says
The maximum contribution for Employers, Employees, and Self-Employed ( EESE ) is Php 30 / month higher than – For Voluntary, OFWs, and Non-Working Spouse ( VONWS ).
Herewith are my questions:
1. In terms of future pension effect, will EESE than VONWS get a higher pension ?
2. Can VONWS at his/her free will contribute Php 1790 / month rather than the stated Php 1760 / month ?
Walter S. Lotilla says
ooops, let me rephrase Question # 1 — In terms of future pension effect, will EESE get a higher pension than VONWS ?
Ron baGayAwa says
Mga lodi pahirap na nman po yng bagong system ng sss di p nga kmi tpos sa dating system ng sss may bgo n nman kayong sistema na bulok ayusin nyo trbaho nyo mga empleyado bayad ng bayad tpos yng updating di p maayos at di po mlinaw sa mga empleyado nagkalito lito na mas lalo na pag baguhan k lang mapupunta lng sa company yng hinulog ng mga empleyado pls. lng nkakainis kayo….