SSS online registration guide and steps to check SSS contributions and membership data records online in 2023 for voluntary members, self-employed, OFWs, and private company employees.
Members that have internet access can make online transactions like setting appointments to specific SSS servicing branch, get their existing 10-digit SSS ID number, members data change E4, update contact information, salary loan application, and submit retirement benefits claim application.
They can also process maternity benefits claim, educational assistance loan, flexi-fund enrollment, and request copies of their membership data records. All of these can be done at the comfort of home. There is no long waiting time, no hassle from traffic, no transportation cost, and most of all save time.
They just need to make online registration through sss.gov.ph. Registration is free of charge, very simple, and would only take less than 30 minutes to complete. SSS or Social Security System of the Republic of Philippines plays a vital role in the country’s workforce particularly those members who are employed in private sectors, household employees, self-employed, voluntary members, non-working spouses of SSS members, and enrolled Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW).
It provides benefits packages for members. Depending on the members’ status, their primary beneficiaries will also receive social protection services from this government institution.
Before you can view your SSS contribution online, you first need to register your SSS account online. You need to have a desktop or laptop computer which has an installed web browser (Firefox, Chrome, and internet explorer) and has an internet connection. By the way, SSS recommends internet explorer as the browser to use when viewing your contribution online.
Once you have the requirements, you can check below the steps (with pictures) that you can follow to start and finish your registration process. After this process, you can now check your sss contribution online.
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SSS Online Registration in 5 Steps
Step 1: Go to SSS website to register your account online
On the center portion of the sss.gov.ph website, you will find the member login portal. Go to the “Not yet registered in My.SSS click here link.” You will be redirected to the online member user ID registration.
Step 2: Supply all the necessary information as reported to SSS
Supply your SS number or CRN, first name, middle name, surname, date of birth, and valid email address. If you do not have an email, you should create one by going to yahoo.com or Gmail free of charge. After finished filling out the form, enter the code in the space provided.
Once done you will receive a notification similar to the photo below:
It says that the agency sent you an email. You need to check your email to proceed to the next step with your registration.
Step 3: Check your email for the website email validation sent by SSS.gov.ph
The email comes with a link to continue with your online registration and will serve as proof that the email address that you have type in on the initial registration really comes from you. Usually, the email is sent within 30 minutes.
Step 4: Supply all the information on the required field
Supply your complete name, address, postal code, contact number, preferred user ID, and preferred password. Tick the “I accept the terms and conditions” and hit submit.
Once done you will receive a notification similar to the photo below:
It says that you finished submitting your application for registration to SSS. The latter will then validate it and will notify you through your email.
Step 5: Again check your email for the SSS confirmation of your online registration
SSS will send you a confirmation email stating that you are successful with your registration. The email also comes with your preferred user ID and preferred password which you will use to login to your My SSS account online. Keep a copy or memorize your User ID and password as it will always be needed when you log in to your account. Now that you are done with your SSS online registration, let us proceed now to check your SSS contribution online. The next two steps are easier to follow it will only take less than 5 minutes.
How to Check SSS Contribution Online Steps 2023
Step 1: Go to sss.gov.ph, then proceed to member log in
Type in your registered user ID and password in the Member Login portal, then submit. Be careful when entering your password as it is case-sensitive.
For smooth, optimal viewing and functionality, the Social Security System recommends using Internet Explorer.
Step 2: Hover your mouse to the “Inquiry” tab
You can choose from the six tabs in the Navigation bar (including Home and Logout). But since you want to know your SSS Contribution, you need to choose the “INQUIRY” tab.
Step 3: Go to Contributions in the drop-down menu
While on the Inquiry page, there are available choices for you depending on the information you want to view. There are “benefits,” and “contributions.”
Since you want to check your SSS Contribution online on the SSS website, then you should go to “contributions” in the drop-down menu.
Step 4: View your monthly SSS Contributions
On this page, you will be able to view your contributions from the date you started your payment or from the date your employer started remitting your contributions from your salary.
It will also show the amount you pay every month. Plus the total number of contributions in months, and total contribution amount in Philippine pesos. Log in to your My.SSS account at www.sss.gov.ph website occasionally to determine if your present employer is consistently remitting your monthly SSS contribution. As a voluntary member, you can also do the same. Another reason is to keep you updated with your current monthly contribution amount.
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Check SSS Contribution Online in the SSS Mobile App
Having trouble viewing your contribution through the official website of SSS? Try using the Philippines Social Security System’s official mobile application.
Step 1: Install the Mobile App on your Phone
It is available in the Apps Store for IOS devices, Huawei AppGallery for Huawei devices, and Google Play Store for Android devices. Just search for the app on respective online stores and install it on your phone.
Step 2: Log in on the Mobile Application
After downloading, open the SSS Mobile App. Type in your User ID, and Password. Make sure that you input the correct login details. Otherwise, it will result to an error.
Immediately, after you log in, you will be redirected to a new window where you will view details such as your personal information, sss contributions, loans, benefits, and maternity notification.
Step 3: View your SSS Contribution on Mobile Phone
Select “My Contribution” among the choices. You will be able to see your total number of contributions posted and the total amount accumulated.
Aside from that, you will also see your monthly remittance from the first month you become an SSS member up to the present. It will also reflect the months where you missed to pay your monthly dues. That’s it!!! Actually, it is much easier to check your SSS contribution online using the mobile app than to check it on the official website.
How to Check SSS Contribution using Text
You do not have a personal computer or smartphone? Do not worry, you can still view your SSS contribution through the short messaging system (SMS) using your old cellphones.
Text SSS is the third option for members to view their sss contributions, process SSS membership registration, determine the nearest branch, check their benefits, claim status, loans, and other related concerns.
However, this is not free of charge. Telecom companies in the Philippines such as Globe and Smart charge service of 2.50 pesos, while Sun Cellular charges its subscribers 2.0 pesos.
To check your contributions through text, key in:
SSS CONTRIB <SSNUMBER> <PIN>
Example: SSS CONTRIB 3375009813 1026
Then send to 2600
How to Check SSS Contribution without Online Registration
To check your SSS contribution without online registration, visit an SSS branch and present your SSS Number to the customer service agent of SSS.
The agent will be the one to view your account and print a hard copy of your sss contribution on your behalf. Once you receive the printed copy of your contribution, then you can manually check it.
When you go to the branch, bring with you your old SSS ID card or your new UMID ID because the SSS employee will have to verify your SSS ID number as well as your identity before they access your account and give you a hard copy of your contribution.
Can I Check My SSS Contribution Online without registration?
No, you cannot check your SSS contribution online without registration. You have to register for an account at members.sss.gov.ph to do so.
What are the Benefits of SSS Members?
The Benefits of SSS Members are Unemployment Benefits, Maternal Benefits, Disability Benefits, Sickness Benefits, Retirement Benefits, Death Benefits, and Funeral Benefits.
These Benefits are in the form of Cash that the Social Security System provides to members when they cannot earn a living because they lost their job, they give birth (for female members), they become disabled due to an accident, they become sick, upon retirement, upon death (benefits is given to beneficiaries), and funeral expenses (benefits is given to a person who pays for funeral expenses).
How to Get a Printout of My Monthly SSS Contribution Records
To get a printout of your monthly SSS Contribution records, log in to your SSS account online, then mouse over to the “Inquiry” link located in the navigation bar of the homepage. In the dropdown menu, tap “Contributions”. Afterward, press CTRL + P to print your monthly SSS Contribution Records.
What are the MySSS Online Registration Requirements in SSS
The requirements for mysss online registration are UMID Card, Mobile number registered in SSS, Payment Reference Number or SBR No. or Payment Receipt Transaction Number, Employer ID Number, and UMID – ATM / UBP Quick Card / Citibank Cash Card / Savings Account Number.
What is the New SSS Contribution Rate in 2023?
The new SSS Contribution Rate in 2023 is 14% of the monthly salary credit of the member. The new rate is based on the Social Security Act of 2018 (Republic Act No. 11199) which takes effect on January 1, 2023.