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SSS urges employers to use online platform to file sickness, maternity benefit reimbursement claims

The Social Security System (SSS) reminds covered employers that Sickness Benefit Reimbursement Applications (SBRAs) and Maternity Benefit Reimbursement Applications (MBRAs) can now be submitted...

SSS releases P90.52-B worth of benefits to 3.5M beneficiaries in first 5 months of 2021

The Social Security System (SSS) disbursed a total of P90.52 billion worth of Social Security and Employees Compensation (EC) benefits during the first five...

SSS reports 12.3 million paying members as of May 2021

The Social Security System (SSS) recorded over 12.3 million paying members as of May 2021, 13.6% lower than the 14.2-million count in the same...

SSS disburses P54.65 billion in death benefits under the Social Security Fund in 2020

The Social Security System disbursements for death benefit claims under the Social Security (SS) Fund declined by 2.3% in 2020 compared with the previous...

Nearly 99% of SSS benefit disbursements coursed through e-channels

The Social Security System (SSS) has expanded the use of electronic disbursement channels to release benefits to its members.  SSS said from January to November...

SSS releases circulars on new contribution schedule

The Social Security System's (SSS') new contribution schedule is set to take effect on January 2021 pursuant to Republic Act No. 11199 or the...

SSS expands benefit, loan disbursement channels; urges qualified payees to enrol bank accounts at My.SSS

The Social Security System (SSS) strengthens its partnership with the Development Bank of the Philippines (DBP) to expand its benefit and short-term loan disbursement...

SSS marks 63rd anniversary, to launch ‘ExpreSSS’ services

The Social Security System (SSS), on Sept. 1, will commemorate its 63rd founding anniversary with the theme "SSS@63: Responding to the Times through Express...

SSS extends anew its contribution payment deadline to June 15

The new extension covers contribution payments of all household employers, self-employed, voluntary and non-working spouse members for the first quarter of this year, and contribution payments of all regular employers for February, March, and April.
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