Find out How to Check SSS Contribution Online Step By Step Guide, View SSS Contributions. As a Filipino working abroad, you may wonder how you are going to see your SSS contribution online. Here is a step by step process so that you can check how much you have contributed towards your SSS. This article will also advise you on how you can register for an online account to view your posted SSS payments.
If you are an OFW, you will pay your SSS every month voluntarily. You will either have to do this yourself if you have someone in the Philippines to pay for your membership or you can send money through accredited money exchange centers (check your nearest branch if this service is available) . Nevertheless, we advise you that you should not stop your contribution as it is for your future.
Check SSS Contribution Online
OPEN YOUR BROWSER. YOU CAN USE EITHER GOOGLE CHROME OR INTERNET EXPLORER. HOWEVER, THE SSS WEBSITE ASKS YOU TO USE INTERNET EXPLORER 11 FOR OPTIMAL EXPERIENCE. TYPE WWW.SSS.GOV.PH ON THE ADDRESS BAR AND PRESS ENTER.
ENTER YOUR USERNAME AND PASSWORD ON THE FIELDS PROVIDED. IF YOU ARE NOT YET A MEMBER OF THE MY SSS LOCATE THE BLUE BUTTON WITH THE WORDS, CLICK HERE TO REGISTER.
FOR SSS MEMBERS, ONCE YOU LOG-ON TO YOUR ACCOUNT, YOU MUST NOW LOCATE THE E-SERVICES TAB & CLICK THE INQUIRY TAB ON THE DROP DOWN WINDOW. YOU WILL BE REDIRECTED TO YOUR EMPLOYEE STATIC INFORMATION PAGE.
A NEW PAGE WILL OPEN CONTAINING YOUR SSS MEMBER DETAILS AS WELL AS THE NUMBER OF MONTHLY PREMIUMS YOU HAVE CONTRIBUTED AS AN SSS MEMBER.
The Employee Static Information window will show your credentials at the top left of the screen. It will also show the monthly premium you have paid. At the bottom of your screen, you will see a summary of your monthly premium and the total amount.
So that’s it! These are the steps to register and view your SSS contribution online as a Filipino abroad. Remember to try as much as possible to send your monthly premium so that you can still claim your benefits when you retire as OFW. It is good to get something when we are not as strong and capable as we are right now. We cannot stress this enough.