We have published an article last week about on How to Register for SSS Online Membership Account. Hopefully you have already registered your account the SSS website and able to login. Now that you have your username and password you can now check your SSS monthly contribution, loan balances, employment history, static info and other SSS online services.
Today, we will talking about on how to check your contribution online.
To check your SSS contribution and other SSS inquiry, including loan balances, Employment history, etc. online. You will need to login using your username and password provided by SSS when you register your SSS account. Please note that SSS password will expire every 90 days or three months so make sure to update your it regularly. To check your contribution follow the instructions below.
- Type www.sss.gov.ph on your browser’s address bar. The SSS Website Homepage will appear. On the right side of the page, you will see an Employee login section. Enter your user name and password then click Submit.
- After successfully logging in, you will see that the login portion is gone and your name is already displayed on the left header part of the page. Click the E-Services menu located just below your name.
- You will now see your Employee Static Information on the page. For security purpose, information in the picture are edited and blurred. To check your SSS Contribution Premium, hover your mouse on the Member Info then click Actual Premiums (see highlighted).If you are not able to see the menu when hovering the Member Info submenu, use an Internet Explorer 11.
- Your Monthly Premiums are displayed in tabular form. Some said that the system do not display contributions earlier than 1990. Check if your SSS Premiums are posted. If you are aiming to claim benefits from SSS like retirement pension, regularly check your total posted contributions.
- SSS password usually expires after 90 days. You need to change them every 90 days.
- Always keep a copy of your email address and login credentials together with your SSS username and password so you won’t forget them. Your email username and password are different from your SSS username and password.
- I recommend using Anti-virus software whenever you use the internet to protect your identity. Your SSS account is so important and you don’t wanna risk it.
- If you check your SSS account at the internet café or any public computer, make sure you log out after you used it.
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