New SSS Contribution Table 2019

Effective April 2019, SSS members shall follow the New SSS Contribution Table 2019.

A. For EMPLOYED MEMBERS 

The minimum MSC or Monthly Salary Credit for Regular Employed member is Php 2,000 and the maximum MSC is Php 20,000.

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B. For SELF-EMPLOYED, VOLUNTARY MEMBERS, and NON-WORKING SPOUSE

The minimum MSC or Monthly Salary Credit for Self-employed, Voluntary member, and Non-working spouse is Php 2,000, and the maximum MSC is Php 20,000.

The contribution of the Non-working Spouse shall be based on 50% of the MSC of his/her working spouse.

In case the 50% of the working spouse’s declared monthly income does not correspond to any MSC in the Contribution Schedule, the immediately higher MSC shall be the basis.

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C. For HOUSEHOLD EMPLOYERS and KASAMBAHAY

Under R.A. No. 10361 or the Domestic Workers Act or the Batas Kasambahay, the employer pays the entire contribution if the kasambahay earns less than Php 5,000 per month.

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D. For OFW MEMBERS

The minimum MSC for OFW members is Php 8,000, and the maximum MSC is Php 20,000.

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Old SSS Contribution Table 2018

For your SSS contributions until March 2019, you may refer to the old SSS Contribution Table 2018 below.

For Voluntary, Self-Employed, Non-working Spouse, and OFW Members

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For Employed Members

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The SSS Table of Contribution guides you on the amount that you should pay as a member of the SSS. Your SSS contribution is based on the amount of your salary or compensation.

If you have been an SSS member and you want to know how much you’ve contributed to SSS so far, you may check your SSS contributions online. Click the link below to know how…