SSS Revised Payment Deadlines of Contributions 2018


Revised SSS Payment Deadlines of Contributions


We all get entangled with our bustling lives each day that we will, in general, overlook the significant things in our lives, for example, our birthday celebrations and wedding commemorations, and even a portion of our duties like bills installment. 

As we get more established, we appear to have a lot of activities so as to get by with our everyday battles. Here and there, our month to month pay rates is insufficient to give every one of our needs.

There are occasions wherein we scarcely carry foods to our tables and it's sort of disappointing particularly in the event that you have children to deal with. 

Additionally, paying for protection plans or different premiums like SSS month to month commitments is another weight we need to hold up under.

This isn't an issue however for employed SSS individuals. In any case, for us independently employed and voluntary SSS members, this is something we need to deal with. 

While having them verifies the eventual fate of our family, however, with various needs each day, we sometimes put these things off and appeal to God for an extension of our due dates. 

Good thing SSS has been lenient this year to the majority of their individuals.

In light of the far-reaching solicitation of all SSS individuals including businesses, SSS has overhauled the installment cutoff times of commitments for the material months beginning January to June 2018, under Resolution No. 361-s.2018. 


Revised Deadlines of the Payment of Contribution 

Here are the separate revised deadlines for employers and for self-employed and voluntary SSS members in the Philippines.

· For Employers 


The current cutoff time of tenth, fifteenth, twentieth, 25th, and month-end following the material month relying upon the tenth digit of the Employer Number has been moved to month-end following the appropriate month. 

For instance: 

On the off chance that a business' cutoff time for the payment of contribution for the applicable month of March 2018 is April 10, 2018 – the contribution can still be paid until April 30, 2018, without punishments. 

· For Self-Employed and Voluntary Members 


The payment of monthly contributions can still be paid up to the month-end following the applicable month or quarter regardless of the last digit of the member's SSS Number. 

For instance: 

On the off chance that the individual member neglected to pay either their March 2018 or January to March 2018 commitments on their particular cutoff times, they can in any case pay until April 30, 2018. 

With this program, the punishments paid by businesses dependent on the current installment cutoff times covering the applicable months of January to June 2018 will be discounted to them according to SSS. 

This revised calendar of payment of SSS monthly contributions was executed in perspective We as a whole get snared with our bustling lives each day that we will, in general, overlook the significant things in our lives, for example, our birthday celebrations and wedding commemorations, and even a portion of our duties like bills installment. 

As we get more established, we appear to have a lot of activities so as to get by with our everyday battles. Here and there, our month to month pay rates is insufficient to give every one of our needs.

There are occasions wherein we scarcely carry nourishment to our tables and it's sort of disappointing particularly in the event that you have children to deal with. 

Additionally, paying for protection plans or different premiums like SSS month to month commitments is another weight we need to hold up under. This isn't an issue however for utilized SSS individuals.

In any case, for us self-employed and voluntary individuals, this is something we need to deal with.

While having them verifies the eventual fate of our family, however, with various needs each day, we often put these things off and appeal to God for an extension of our due dates. 

Good thing SSS has been indulgent this year to their members.

In light of the far-reaching solicitation of all SSS individuals including businesses, SSS has overhauled the installment cutoff times of commitments for the material months beginning January to June 2018, under Resolution No. 361-s.2018. 

Overhauled Deadlines of Payment of Contribution 


· For Employers 


The current cutoff time of tenth, fifteenth, twentieth, 25th and month-end following the material month relying upon the tenth digit of the Employer Number has been moved to month-end following the appropriate month. 

For instance: 

On the off chance that a business' cutoff time for the installment of commitments for the pertinent month of March 2018 is April 10, 2018 – the commitment can even now be paid until April 30, 2018, without punishments. 

· For Self-Employed and Voluntary Members 


Installment of commitments can at present be paid up to the month-end following the pertinent month or quarter paying little mind to the last digit of the part's SSS Number. 

For instance: 

On the off chance that the individual part neglected to pay either their March 2018 or January to March 2018 commitments on their particular cutoff times, they can in any case pay until April 30, 2018. 

With this program, the punishments paid by businesses dependent on the current installment cutoff times covering the appropriate a very long time of January to June 2018 will be discounted to them according to SSS. 

This updated calendar of SSS contribution was executed from the perspective of the system infrastructure adjustments realized by the Real-Time Posting of Contributions (RTPC) program. 

As of the end of December 2017, SSS has effectively in excess of 960,000 registered employers and some consolidated 8.63 million enlisted self-employed and voluntary individuals.

This revised payment schedule is certainly an uplifting new for everybody. 

What's your opinion about the reconsidered installment cutoff times of SSS Contributions? If it's not too much trouble let us know in the remarks segment beneath.

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