SSS Contribution Table 2023: Voluntary, Self Employed, Kasambahay, and OFW

SSS Contribution Table refers to the table chart which shows the Contributions that SSS Members have to pay monthly to avail of the SSS benefits. The SSS Contribution Table (Chart) for 2023 illustrates the 1 percent increase in the Social Security System’s contribution rate. From the current 13 percent, it has increased to 14 percent of the Monthly Salary Credit of its member.

The Chart also depicts the updated range of monthly contributions (in Philippine Pesos) that a member must remit to the Social Security System, the Range of Compensation, the range of Monthly Salary Credit, and the range of Workers’ Investment and Savings Program that SSS assigned to its respective members.

Social Security System releases the updated Chart for 2023 to inform its members about the new monthly contribution rates in accordance with the Republic Act No. 11199 (Social Security Act of 2018).

SSS provides a separate Contribution Table for members under Self-Employed, Voluntary, OFW, Kasambahay, and Regular Employers and Employees. It will take effect on the first day of the month (January 1) of 2023.

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The SSS Contribution Table helps Voluntary, Self Employed, and OFW members determine the monthly contribution amount they have to pay with SSS. The Chart guides regular employees to know the percentage of contribution payments they have to share with their employers. The Table assists Kasambahay members know how much of their salaries goes to their contribution.

Below is the summary of the SSS Contribution Table for 2023 to give you a bird’s eye view of the contribution rates for each member category.

SSS Member TypesRange of Compensation (in Pesos)Range of Month Salary Credit (in Pesos)Range of Amount of Contribution (in Pesos)
Voluntary Members and Non-Working SpousesBelow 4250.00 – Over 29750.004000.00 – 30000.00560.00 – 4200.00
Self-Employed MembersBelow 4250.00 – Over 29750.004000.00 – 30000.00570.00 – 4230.00
OFW LandbasedBelow 8250.00 – Over 29750.008000.00 – 30000.001120.00 – 4200.00
Household Employers and KasambahayBelow 1250.00 – Over 29750.001000.00 – 30000.00150.00 – 4230.00
Regular Employers and EmployeesBelow 4250.00 – Over 29750.004000.00 – 30000.00570.00 – 4230.00

As a member, you should use this table as a reference to know the rate of your contribution which you have to remit on a monthly, quarterly, semi-annually, or annual basis to SSS.

Here is the SSS Contribution Table 2023 for Voluntary and Non-Working Spouse Members

The SSS contribution for Voluntary and Non-Working spouse members is between 560 pesos and 4200 pesos per month.

For Voluntary and Non-working spouse, based on the Social Security Act of 2018, the contribution rate is 14%. The minimum salary credit per month is 4000 pesos and the maximum is 30000 pesos.

To compute the SSS contribution for Voluntary, and non-working spouse members, multiply their monthly salary credit by 14%.

The Formula is MSC × 14% = Voluntary, and non-working spouse members’ Contribution.

For example, the MSC is 4000. The calculation will be like this: 4000 pesos × 14% (0.14) = 560 pesos.


sss contribution table for voluntary members and non working spouse 2023

Here is the SSS Contribution Table for Self-Employed Members

The SSS contribution for Self-Employed members is between 570 pesos and 4230 pesos per month.

For Self Employed, based on the Social Security Act of 2018, the contribution rate is 14%. The minimum salary credit per month is 4000 pesos and the maximum is 30000 pesos.

To compute the SSS Contribution for Self-Employed Members, multiply their Monthly Salary Credit by 14% then add the corresponding Employee’s Compensation (EC) amount.

The Formula is MSC × 14% + EC = Self-Employed Members’ Contribution.

For example, the MSC is 4000. The calculation will be like this: 4000 pesos × 14% (0.14) + 10 pesos = 570 pesos.


sss contribution table for self employed members

Here is the SSS Contribution Table for OFW (Landbased)

The SSS contribution for OFW is between 1120 pesos and 4200 pesos per month. The Social Security Act of 2018 indicates that all land-based Overseas Filipino Worker members’ contribution rate is 14 percent.

The minimum salary credit is 8000 pesos and the maximum salary credit is 30000 pesos per month. To compute the SSS contribution for OFW members, multiply their monthly salary credit by 14%.

The Formula is MSC × 14% = OFW members’ Contribution.

For example, the MSC is 8000. The calculation will be like this: 8000 pesos × 14% (0.14) = 1120 pesos.


sss contribution table 2023 for land based overseas filipino workers

Here is the SSS Contribution Table for Household Employers and Kasambahay Members

The SSS contribution for Household Employers and Kasambahay members is between 150 pesos and 4230 pesos per month.

For Household Employers and Kasambahay, based on the Social Security Act of 2018, the contribution rate is 14%. The minimum salary credit per month is 1000 pesos and the maximum is 30000 pesos.

To compute the SSS Contribution for Kasambahay members, multiply the latter’s Monthly Salary Credit by 9.5% then Add to the Product the corresponding value of the Employee’s Compensation (EC) (which is between 10 pesos to 30 pesos) to determine the Household Employer’s share. Then multiply the monthly salary credit by 4.5% to determine the Kasambahay’s share. To determine the total monthly SSS contributions shared by Household Employers and Kasambahay, sum up the two values.

So the Formula is like this: [MSC × 9.5% (0.095) + EC] + [MSC × 4.5% (0.045)] = Total monthly SSS contributions shared by Household Employers and Kasambahay (in pesos).

For example, the Monthly Salary Credit (MSC) is 30000 pesos.

The calculation will be like this: [30000 pesos × 9.5% (0.095) + 30 pesos] + [30000 pesos × 4.5% (0.045)] = 4230 pesos.


sss contribution table 2023 for household employers and kasambahay

Here is the SSS Contribution Table for Regular Employers and Employees

The SSS contribution that Regular Employers and Employees will be sharing to pay is between 570 pesos and 4230 pesos per month. The regular employers will pay 9.5% and employees will pay 4.5% of the said amount.

For Regular Employers and Employees, based on the Social Security Act of 2018, the contribution rate is 14%. The minimum salary credit per month is 4000 pesos and the maximum is 30000 pesos.

To compute the SSS Contribution for Employed members, multiply the latter’s Monthly Salary Credit by 9.5% then Add to the Product the corresponding value of the Employee’s Compensation (EC) (which is between 10 pesos to 30 pesos) to determine the Regular Employer’s share. Then multiply the monthly salary credit by 4.5% to determine the Employee’s share. To determine the total monthly SSS contributions shared by the Regular Employers and Employees, sum up the two values.

So the Formula is like this: [MSC × 9.5% (0.095) + EC] + [MSC × 4.5% (0.045)] = Total monthly SSS contributions shared by Regular Employers and Employees (in pesos).

For example, the Monthly Salary Credit (MSC) is 29500 pesos.

The calculation will be like this: [29500 pesos × 9.5% (0.095) + 30 pesos] + [29500 pesos × 4.5% (0.045)] = 4160 pesos.


2023 sss contribution table for regular employers and employees

When is the Deadline for Payment of SSS Contributions

Type of PayorDeadline
Self-Employed, Voluntary and Non-Working Spouse MembersLast day of the month following the applicable month or calendar quarter
Regular EmployersLast day of the month following the applicable month
Household EmployersLast day of the month following the applicable month or calendar quarter
OFWJanuary to September contributions – until December 31 of the applicable year
October to December contributions – until January 31 of the following year
Farmers and FishermenContributions for any of the last 12 months can be paid in the current month

The deadline for payment of SSS Contributions for regular employers and employees is the last day of the month. Household Employers, Self-employed, Voluntary, and Non-Working Spouses members have to pay their contribution on the last day of the month following the applicable month or calendar quarter.

Overseas Filipino Worker members have to pay their contributions for the months of January to September until December 31 of the applicable year. On the other hand, the contributions for the month of October to December can be paid on January 31 of the following year.

Farmers and Fishermen members have to pay their contributions in the current month for any of the last 12 months.

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Note: If the payment deadline falls on Saturday, Sunday, or Holiday. Members can pay their contributions on the next working day.

How to Obtain SSS PRN Number?

You can obtain an SSS PRN Number via the official website of SSS, via the SSS Mobile App, by calling the SSS toll-free landlines, at the SSS branch, and by writing an email to prnhelpline@sss.gov.ph. The SSS PRN Number is a requirement to pay Contributions through accredited collecting partners of SSS.

What is the meaning of WISP in the SSS Contribution Table?

WISP is an acronym for “Worker’s Investment and Savings Program“. Self Employed, Voluntary, and OFW members have to shoulder their WISP contributions. Meanwhile, Employers and employees share the payment for WISP.

What is the meaning of EC in the SSS Contribution Table?

EC is an initialism that means “Employees Compensation“.

What is the meaning of EE in the SSS Contribution Table?

EE is an initialism that means “Employee’s Contribution“.

What is the meaning of ER in the SSS Contribution Table?

ER is an initialism that means “Employer’s Contribution“.

What is the meaning of MSC in the SSS Contribution Table?

MSC is an initialism that means “Month Salary Credit“.

What is the meaning of HR in the SSS?

HR is an initialism that means “Household Employer“.

What is the meaning of HE in the SSS?

HE is an initialism that means “Kasambahay or Household Employee“.

*There you have it guys!

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