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Always remember to monitor your posted contributions.
Even if you’ve never missed a payment, your SSS benefit claim or loan application may get rejected for not meeting the number of required posted contributions.
Checking your posted contributions regularly also lets you know if your employer or anyone who pays on your behalf actually remit to the SSS.
Here are the different ways to verify your posted SSS contributions:
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- Option 1: My.SSS portal.
- Option 2: SSS mobile app.
- Option 3: TextSSS service.
- Option 4: SSS Self-Service Information Terminal.
- Option 5: SSS branch.
- Frequently Asked Questions.
- 1. Why is my latest payment not posted yet? What should I do?
- 2. How do I correct a wrong amount posted on my account?
- 3. Can I change the amount of SSS contribution I’m paying?
- 4. I’ve stopped my SSS contribution payment. Can I continue paying now?
- 5. What happens if I miss a payment deadline? Can I pay for the previous month?
- 6. My employer is not paying my SSS contributions. What should I do?
Option 1: My.SSS portal.
You can easily check your contribution online through the old or new SSS portal. However, you must register first for a My.SSS account to access your contribution and other SSS records, all of which are confidential information.
If you already have an SSS online account, follow these steps:
a. For old My.SSS portal users.
- Go to My.SSS portal.
- Log in to your online account.
- Hover your mouse over the E-Services link on the menu.
- Click on “Inquiry.”
- Hover your mouse over “Member Info.”
- Click on “Actual Premiums.”
- View the table that shows all your posted monthly contributions. Below the table is another smaller table that shows your total number of posted contributions and the total contribution amount.
- To check your posted payments as a self-employed or voluntary member, hover the mouse over “Premium Payments” and click on either “SE Actual Premiums” (if you’re self-employed) or “VM Actual Premiums” (if you’re a voluntary member).
b. For new SSS Member Portal users.
- Go to SSS Member Portal.
- Log in to your online account.
- Click the My Contributions icon. This will take you to the page that displays your total number and amount of contributions.
- Click the Monthly Contributions icon to view your monthly posted contributions table.
- To check your posted payments as a self-employed or voluntary member, click the SE/VM Payments icon.
Option 2: SSS mobile app.
Another convenient way to view your SSS contribution online is through the SSS mobile app. This requires registering for a My.SSS account and downloading the app on your phone.
Here’s how to check your contributions using the SSS mobile app:
- Sign in to your My.SSS account.
- Tap on the My Contributions icon.
- The app will show your total number of posted contributions and the total contribution amount. The posted contributions for the current year (or the last year of payment) will be shown, too. Swipe to view your posted monthly contributions for the previous years.
Option 3: TextSSS service.
Using the TextSSS facility is a quick way to check your SSS contribution without internet access. However, it provides only the total number of contributions and the month and year when your latest contribution was posted.
Here’s how to check your contributions using TextSSS (If you’re already registered, skip the first two steps):
- Register for the TextSSS service by texting SSS REG <10-digit SSS number><Birthdate in MM/DD/YYYY format> to 2600. Example: SSS REG 3418736855 10/08/1985.
- You’ll receive a text confirmation of your successful registration, including your four-digit PIN. Take note of your PIN.
- Text SSS CONTRIB <SSS number><four-digit PIN> to 2600. Example: SSS CONTRIB 3418736855 1234.
- Wait for a reply that contains your SSS contribution details.
Option 4: SSS Self-Service Information Terminal.
You may also use the self-service information terminal, also called the SSS kiosk, to check your contributions.
Bring your UMID card or SSS ID and go to an SSS branch that has an information terminal. The machine requires scanning your ID and fingerprint to verify your identity and SSS membership.
If you don’t have either of the two SSS IDs, you may still transact through the kiosk by accessing your SSS online account.
An assigned personnel can assist you in operating the SSS information terminal.
Option 5: SSS branch.
If you have other SSS transactions to complete at the nearest branch, you might as well verify your posted contributions. Just line up at the Verification section and request to check your contribution from the SSS database.
You’ll be issued a verification slip with your member details, including your total number of contributions and the month and year of your last contribution posting.
Go back to the main article: How to Compute Your SSS Contribution: An Ultimate Guide