If you are an SSS member and you want to know how much you’re supposed to pay for your SSS contributions, please refer to the SSS Contribution below.
For example, if you’re earning ₱10,000 per month, you’re supposed to pay:
- ₱1,110 if you’re a voluntary, self-employed or OFW member.
If you’re employed, and you’re earning ₱10,000 per month, your employer (or company) shoulders/pays ₱736.70 and you pay ₱363.30 via salary deduction for your SSS monthly contribution of ₱1,110.
For easier reference, below is the SSS Contribution Table for Self-employed, Voluntary, Non-working spouse, and OFW members.
Note: The Monthly Salary Credit or MSC is what the SSS uses to compute for social security benefits such as sickness benefit, maternity benefit, and retirement benefit.