PhilHealth Contribution Table 2023: Voluntary, Self-Employed, Kasambahay, OFW, and Employees

PhilHealth Contribution Table refers to the table chart which shows the Contributions that PhilHealth Members need to pay monthly to avail of the PhilHealth benefits. The PhilHealth Contribution Table for 2023 illustrates the new contribution rate and shows the percentage increase in the member’s salary cap as a basis for calculating their Contributions (in Philippine Pesos). 

According to the table chart, the PhilHealth contribution rate for 2023 remains at 4 percent of the Member’s salary. The monthly minimum salary remains at 10000 Pesos while the maximum salary increases by 10000 Pesos (or 12.5 percent). From 80000 Pesos in 2022, it has increased to 90000 Pesos in 2023.

PhilHealth releases the new table chart for 2023 to inform its members about the updated contribution rate, the updated Monthly Basic Salary, and the updated monthly contribution payment according to PhilHealth Circular number 2020-0005.

PhilHealth provides a separate Contribution Table for members under Voluntary, Self-Employed, Kasambahay, OFW, Government Employees, and Private Employers and Employees.

table (chart) of philhealth contribution 2023

The Philhealth Contribution Table guides Voluntary members, Self-Employed members, Professional Practitioner members, Kasambahay members, OFW members, Government Employee members, and Private Employer and Employee members to determine the monthly contribution amount they must pay with PhilHealth. The Table helps Private Employers and Employees calculate the contribution percentage they must divide (share) to pay PhilHealth.

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

PhilHealth Member Types Range of Monthly Basic Salary (in Pesos) Contribution Rate Range of Monthly Contribution Payment (in Pesos)
Voluntary, Self-Employed, Kasambahay, OFW, Employees, Employers 10000.00 4% (0.04) 400.00
Voluntary, Self-Employed, Kasambahay, OFW, Employees, Employers 10000.01 – 20000.00     4% (0.04) 400.0004 – 800.00
Voluntary, Self-Employed, Kasambahay, OFW, Employees, Employers 20000.01 – 30000.00     4% (0.04) 800.0016 – 1200.00
Voluntary, Self-Employed, Kasambahay, OFW, Employees, Employers 30000.01 – 40000.00     4% (0.04) 1200.0004 – 1600.00
Voluntary, Self-Employed, Kasambahay, OFW, Employees, Employers 40000.01 – 50000.00      4% (0.04) 1600.0004 – 2000.00
Voluntary, Self-Employed, Kasambahay, OFW, Employees, Employers 50000.01 – 60000.00      4% (0.04) 2000.0004 – 2400.00
Voluntary, Self-Employed, Kasambahay, OFW, Employees, Employers 60000.01 – 70000.00      4% (0.04) 2400.0004 – 2800.00
Voluntary, Self-Employed, Kasambahay, OFW, Employees, Employers 70000.01 – 80000.00 4% (0.04) 2800.0004 – 3200.00
Voluntary, Self-Employed, Kasambahay, OFW, Employees, Employers 80000.01 – 89999.99 4% (0.04) 3200.0004 – 3599.9996
Voluntary, Self-Employed, Kasambahay, OFW, Employees, Employers 90000.00 4% (0.04) 3600.00 

As a member, you should use this Table as a reference to know the contribution amount that you have to remit to PhilHealth.    

Here is the PhilHealth Contribution Table 2023 for Voluntary, Self-Employed, and Professional Practitioner Members

The PhilHealth Contribution for Voluntary, Self Employed, and Professional Practitioner members is between 400 pesos and 3600 pesos per month.

For Voluntary, Self-Employed, and Professional Practitioner members, based on the PhilHealth Circular number 2020-0005, the contribution rate is 4%. The minimum Monthly Basic Salary per month is 10000 pesos and the maximum is 90000 pesos.

To compute the PhilHealth Contribution for Voluntary, Self-Employed, and Professional Practitioner members, multiply their monthly basic salary by 4%. 

The Formula is like this: (Monthly Basic Salary × 4%) ÷ 2 = Voluntary, Self-Employed, Professional Practitioner member’s contribution. 

For example, the monthly basic salary is 55000. The calculation will be like this: [55000 pesos × 4% (0.04)] = 2200 pesos 

voluntary self employed philhealth contribution table

Here is the PhilHealth Contribution Table 2023 for Kasambahay and Household Employer

The PhilHealth Contribution that Kasambahay and Household Employer will be sharing to pay is between 400 pesos and 3600 pesos per month. The Kasambahay will pay 50% and the Household Employer will pay 50% of the said amount.

For Kasambahay and Household Employer members, based on the PhilHealth Circular number 2020-0005, the contribution rate is 4%. The minimum Monthly Basic Salary per month is 10000 pesos and the maximum is 90000 pesos.

To compute the PhilHealth Contribution shared by Kasambahay and Household Employers, multiply the Kasambahay’s monthly basic salary by 4% then divide the Product by 2. The Quotient (in Pesos) will be equally paid by the Kasambahay, and Household Employers. 

The Formula is like this: (Monthly Basic Salary × 4%) ÷ 2 = Kasambahay share, and Household Employers Share

For example, the monthly basic salary is 10000. The calculation will be like this: [10000 pesos × 4% (0.04)] ÷ 2 = 200 pesos 

This means that the Kasambahay’s share is 200 pesos and the Household Employer’s share is also 200 pesos.

For Kasambahay (Household Helpers), according to Republic Act number 10361, the monthly contribution will be shouldered by their employer. However, the Kasambahay who are earning 5,000.00 pesos and above monthly basic salary must share the monthly contribution payment with their employer.

Here is the PhilHealth Contribution Table 2023 for OFW (Landbased)

The PhilHealth Contribution for OFW is between 400 pesos and 3600 pesos per month.

For OFW, based on the PhilHealth Circular No. 2020-0005, the contribution rate is 4%. The minimum Monthly Basic Salary per month is 10000 pesos and the maximum is 90000 pesos.

To compute the PhilHealth Contribution for OFW members, multiply their monthly basic salary by 4%.

The Formula is like this: (Monthly Basic Salary × 4%) = OFW members’ Contribution

For example, the monthly basic salary is 10000. The calculation will be like this: [10000 pesos × 4% (0.04)] = 400 pesos 

Here is the PhilHealth Contribution Table 2023 for Employees and Employers

The PhilHealth Contribution that Employees and Employers will be sharing to pay is between 400 pesos and 3600 pesos per month. The regular employees will pay 50% and employers will pay 50% of the said amount.

For Employers and Employees, based on the PhilHealth Circular number 2020-0005, the contribution rate is 4%. The minimum Basic Salary per month is 10000 pesos and the maximum is 90000 pesos. The 4% of the monthly basic salary will be divided equally between the employers and employees.

To compute the PhilHealth Contribution that will be shared by Employees and Employers, multiply the employee’s monthly basic salary by 4% then divide the Product by 2. The Quotient (in Pesos) will be equally paid by the Employees and Employers.  

The Formula is like this: (Monthly Basic Salary × 4%) ÷ 2 = Employees share, and Employers Share

For example, the monthly basic salary is 10000. The calculation will be like this: [10000 pesos × 4% (0.04)] ÷ 2 = 200 pesos 

This means that the employee’s share is 200 pesos and the employer’s share is also 200 pesos.

Here is the PhilHealth Contribution Table 2023 for Employed Senior Citizens (Lifetime Members)

The PhilHealth Contribution that Employed Senior Citizens and Employers will be sharing to pay is between 400 pesos and 3600 pesos per month. The Employed Senior Citizen will pay 50% and Employers will pay 50% of the said amount.

For Employers and Senior Citizens, based on the PhilHealth Circular number 2020-0005, the contribution rate is 4%. The minimum Basic Salary per month is 10000 pesos and the maximum is 90000 pesos. The 4% of the monthly basic salary will be divided equally between the Employers and Senior Citizens. 

To compute the PhilHealth Contribution that will be shared by Senior Citizens and Employers, multiply the employed Senior Citizen’s monthly basic salary by 4% then divide the Product by 2. The Quotient (in Pesos) will be equally paid by the Employed Senior Citizen and Employers. 

The Formula is like this: (Monthly Basic Salary × 4%) ÷ 2 = Senior Citizen share, and Employers Share

For example, the monthly basic salary is 90000. The calculation will be like this: [90000 pesos × 4% (0.04)] ÷ 2 = 1800 pesos 

This means that the Senior Citizen’s share is 1800 pesos and the employer’s share is also 1800 pesos.

When is the Deadline for Payment of PhilHealth Contributions?

The deadline for payment of PhilHealth Contributions is the last working day of the month, the last working day of the relevant quarter, the last working day of the first quarter of the relevant semester, and the last working day of the first quarter of the relevant year. Below is the complete explanation.

For Monthly Payments, the deadline for Payment is the last working day of the relevant month. Example: Month of August, your payment deadline would be the last working day of August.

For Quarterly Payments, the deadline for payment is until the last working day of the relevant quarter. Example: third quarter of the year which is July to September, your deadline would be on the last working day of September.

For Semi-Annual Payments, the deadline for payment is the last working day of the first quarter of the relevant semester. Example: is the second semester of the year which is July to December, and your Philhealth contribution payment deadline is on the last working day of September.

For Annual or Yearly Payments deadline for payment is until the last working day of the first quarter of the relevant year. Example: January to December, your deadline for payment is on the last working day of March.

How to Check My PhilHealth Contribution Online?

To check your Philhealth contribution online, visit the official website of PhilHealth at www.philhealth.gov.ph. Afterward, at the homepage, tap the “Online Services” link located on the navigation bar. Under “Membership”, go to the Member Inquiry link, then login to your account to check your PhilHealth Contribution.

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