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  • SSS opens bigger branch in Cubao, saves from rent-free agreement

    With a spike of about 21,000 additional transactions in the first semester of 2017 alone, the Social Security System (SSS) branch in Cubao transferred to a bigger location in Puregold Building along Aurora Boulevard but still saved from rent-free arrangements.
  • SSS clarifies contri hike

    SSC Chairman Amado D. Valdez on Thursday said the pension fund is still studying the possible implementation and effects of a monthly contribution rate increase, contrary to reports that it will implement a contribution adjustment by January 2017.
  • LEDAC lists SSS Reform Act of 2017 as priority

    State-run Social Security System (SSS) welcomed the move of the Legislative-Executive Development Advisory Council (LEDAC) to include the proposal to amend the Social Security Law of 1997 as one of the priority measures for the 17th Congress.
  • SSS runs after contribution evaders in QC

    State-run SSS on Thursday conducted another Run After Contribution Evaders (RACE) program with more than 450 retail stores located at Farmers Plaza Mall in Quezon City.
  • 980 TODA members to benefit from SSS AlkanSSSya Program

    PARAÑAQUE CITY— About 980 members of ten Tricycle Operators and Drivers Associations (TODA) will soon become members of the SSS after being selected by the local government as AlkanSSSya Program beneficiaries.
  • SSS transactions jump by 18% in Bicol region, opens bigger branch in Daet

    The state-run SSS opened its newly relocated SSS Daet Branch on Sept. 14 following the 117,876 increase in the number of transactions facilitated in the region on the first six months of 2017.
  • SSS honors 2017 Balikat ng Bayan awardees

    State-run SSS on Friday recognized top public and private sector partners for their individual roles in ensuring the social security protection of Filipino workers in the country during the 2017 Balikat ng Bayan Awards in celebration of the 60th anniversary of the pension fund.
  • SSS covers 1000 job order, contractual employees in Cainta

    More than 1,000 job order (JO) and contractual employees of the municipality of Cainta will now be covered with social security protection as the town’s local government unit (LGU) and the SSS officially signed a memorandum of agreement on the KaltaSSS program last Aug 23.
  • SSS obtains 94 percent trust rating, tops 8888 resolution rate

    State-run Social Security System (SSS) ranked as one of the most trusted government agencies in the country and has the fastest turnaround time in resolving Hotline 8888 cases.
  • SSS supports Duterte’s “Build, Build, Build” program

    State-run SSS is fully supportive of the “Build, Build, Build” program of President Rodrigo Duterte’s administration, which aims to maintain a 6 to 7 percent economic growth until 2022 through massive infrastructure projects.
  • SSS releases about P1.45-T benefits in 60 years

    State-run Social Security System (SSS) over the weekend said it has disbursed nearly P1.45 trillion worth of benefits to its members since it started operations in 1957.
  • SSS donates 50% of anniversary budget to Marawi, Ormoc victims

    The state-run Social Security System (SSS) will donate 50 percent or P5.9 million of its 60th anniversary budget to the victims of Marawi siege, and earthquake-stricken Ormoc in Leyte.
  • SSS opens another office in Canada

    More than 250,000 Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) residing in the western provinces of Canada may now visit the newly opened Social SSS foreign extension office located at the office of the Philippine Consulate General (PCG) in Calgary to inquire, file, or avail themselves of the services offered by the pension fund.
  • SSS to cover movie and television workers

    The SSS will soon cover 1,600 movie and television industry workers after signing a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with the Katipunan ng mga Artistang Pilipino sa Pelikula at Telebisyon (KAPPT) or the Actors Guild of the Philippines last Friday.
  • SSS allots P74M for calamity loan assistance program in Marawi City, Ormoc City

    The SSS said it allotted around P74 million for its calamity loan assistance program (CLAP) for its active members and pensioners in conflict-hit Marawi City in Lanao del Sur and earthquake-stricken Ormoc province in Leyte.
  • SSS, NG release more than P4.6B for educ loan program

    State-run SSS, in partnership with the National Government (NG), has disbursed more than P4.61 billion for its education beneficiaries since it rolled out the Education Assistance Loan Program (EALP) in 2012.
  • SSS NCR launches Joint Operation for Social Security Enforcement

    SSS National Capital Region (NCR) East/West Division has launched the Joint Operation for Social Security Enforcement (JOSSE) in partnership with the municipality of Tanay, Rizal to increase coverage, improve collection, and extensively disseminate information about SSS benefits and services.
  • SSS to collect more than P13B under LRP

    The SSS has collected more than P5.22 billion in overdue loan payments from member-borrowers who availed of the Loan Restructuring Program (LRP) in the last 12 months, and expects to collect nearly P9 billion more in the next five years.
  • SSS lauds SC’s ‘status quo’ on Pasay lot

    The SSS on Tuesday lauded the Supreme Court’s (SC) issuance of a “status quo ante order” (SQAO) which temporarily prohibits the National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP) to expropriate the entire 6.5-ha property of the pension fund in Pasay City.
  • SSS collects over P8 billion in Northern NCR, opens bigger branch in SFDM

    The SSS collected P8.46 billion from members and employers in Northern part of National Capital Region (NCR) during the first quarter of this year, which is higher by almost 19 percent from the P7.12 collection over the same period last year.
  • Court convicted a woman for misrepresenting herself to claim SSS benefits

    A woman was convicted by the Regional Trial Court (RTC) of Naga for misrepresenting herself as the dependent mother of a deceased member to claim death benefit and by the Municipal Trial Court (MTC) of Naga for pretending to be the legal wife of her common-law husband, to claim funeral and death benefits under the SSS.
  • SSS tops agencies with highest 8888 resolution rate

    The SSS has achieved the highest feedback resolution rate of 91.33 percent based on the 1st Quarter 2017 Citizen Hotline 8888 Report by the Civil Service Commission (CSC).
  • SSS formally opens its newly-relocated branch in Capiz

    ROXAS, CAPIZ-The SSS formally opened its newly-relocated branch office in Roxas City on June 28, 2017, serving about 2,450 employers and more than 33,500 members and pensioners in 578 barangays.
  • SSS Cares for Marawi through Philippine Red Cross

    As part of the pension fund’s corporate social responsibility, the Social Security System (SSS) extended financial assistance to soldiers and families affected by the ongoing armed conflict in Marawi, Lanao del Sur through the Philippine Red Cross (PRC).
  • SSS collection jumps to P52B as of end-April

    State-run Social Security System’s (SSS) revenue collection from member’s contribution in the first four months of 2017 increased by almost 10 percent to P52.18 billion on the back of strengthened efforts to increase the pension fund’s income.
  • SSS welcomes Senate hearings on Charter amendments

    The SSS welcomed the move of Sen. Richard Gordon to spearhead Senate discussions on the proposed charter amendments of the state-run pension fund.
  • Security agency owner arrested during SSS "Operation Tokhang" against delinquent employers

    The SSS, in cooperation with Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (CIDG) of Philippine National Police (PNP), conducted again an "Operation Tokhang" yesterday which led to the arrest of the owner of a security agency for violation of Republic Act 8282 or also known as Social Security Act of 1997.
  • NGCP does not need SSS’ 6.5-ha land

    The Social Security Commission (SSC) on Monday said the National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP) does not need to expropriate as much as 6.5-ha of land in Pasay City owned by the state-run pension fund to construct its 230kV substation.
  • SSS files P6.8M raps vs 4 transport operators

    More than 60 taxi drivers, thru the assistance of the SSS, filed last Friday criminal complaints with the Quezon City Prosecutor’s Office amounting to about P6.8 million against four transport corporations allegedly run by a single family for deliberate failure to remit SS contributions of their employees.
  • SSS disburses nearly P45B in Q1

    State-run Social Security System’s disbursements for the first three months of 2017 soared to nearly P45 billion on the back of the bulk of the release of the recently approved P1,000 additional benefit for the pensioners last March.
  • SSS assistance to victims of Resorts World incident

    Following the untoward incident that occurred in Pasay City last week which took the lives of 37 individuals based on latest news reports, the SSS on Monday said victims and family members may file their claims applications in the two help desks set up in the funeral parlors were the victims were brought to.
  • SSS scores Sy-owned company for insensitivity in move akin to land grab

    MANILA — SSS Commissioner Pompee La Viña on Monday slammed the National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP), a company owned by Henry Sy, Jr., for threatening to expropriate SSS property in Pasay City earmarked for the construction of the SSS Corporate Center of the South, which includes a hospital for SSS members and pensioners.
  • SSS disburses over P15M annual incentive benefit to OFWs in 2016

    The SSS said over the weekend that the annual incentive benefits (AIB), disbursed to qualified Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) in 2016, jumped by 18.1 percent to P15.5 million from the P13.15 million provided in the previous year.
  • SSS reminds LRP applicants to pay obligations until May 27

    The Social Security System (SSS) on Friday reminded its members who availed of the Loan Restructuring Program (LRP) and opted for full payment of their loan obligations to settle their dues on or before May 27 at any Bayad Center branch.
  • SSS reduces retirement age for surface and underground mineworkers

    The SSS reduced the age for optional and technical retirement of both surface and underground mine workers from the previous retirement age of 55 years old to 50 years old in compliance with Department of Labor and Employment(DOLE) Department Order (DO) No.167 S-2016.
  • SSS, NGCP talks fruitful over disputed Pasay property

    The SSS and the National Grid Corporation of the Philippines (NGCP) met on Tuesday to discuss alternatives in place of the move of the latter to expropriate the 6.5-ha property of the state-run pension fund in Pasay City.
  • SSS, Private insurance companies, not competitors, Dooc says

    The SSS on Monday urged private companies to design benefit programs that will meet their workers' needs aside from the social protection provided by state-run pension funds.
  • SSS Advisory:

    Do not reply to persons allegedly soliciting personal information on behalf of SSS. In case you will receive requests of this nature, please report immediately to SSS Call Center at 920-6446 to 55 (toll free no. 1-800-10-2255-777)
  • SSS opens bigger branches under new management

    The branch expansion of the SSS continues under the new administration as it opened and upgraded 18 branches in just five months under the management of President and Chief Executive Officer Emmanuel F. Dooc.
  • SSS members fear loss of property

    Members of the SSS expressed their indignation on the possible loss of the 7.5-ha property of the state-run pension fund in Pasay City following an unexpected court order for SSS to vacate the area.
  • SSS conducts nationwide Pensioners’ Day

    The SSS started today a countdown to its 60th anniversary celebration, with a simultaneous nationwide conduct of Pensioners’ Day as a show of appreciation in helping build a better SSS during their working life.
  • Deadline for submission of SSS-Loan Restructuring Program (LRP) application on April 27, 2017

    To cut the waiting time and accommodate all applicants, the SSS will only accept and stamp Loan Restructuring Program (LRP) applications subject to its evaluation and approval at a later time.
  • SSS conducts third operation tokhang , doctor and school owner arrested

    The Social Security System (SSS) had caused the arrest of a doctor and a school owner today on its third “Operation Tokhang” led by the Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (CIDG) of the Philippine National Police for violation of Republic Act 8282 otherwise known as Social Security Act of 1997.
  • Advisory for Loan Restructuring Program (LRP) applicants

    SSS now accepts a Letter of Authority (LOA) from authorized representatives of members applying for the Loan Restructuring program, in lieu of a Special Power of Attorney or SPA.
  • SSS calls on members to settle delinquent loans as deadline for loan penalty condonation program nears

    With the loan penalty condonation deadline on April 27, the SSS is encouraging all members with short-term loan delinquencies to avail of the Loan Restructuring Program (LRP) which offers affordable payment terms and conditional condonation of loan penalties.
  • SSS supports timely passage of holistic tax reform package

    The Social Security System has expressed its support for the holistic and timely passage of the tax reform proposal of the Department of Finance (DOF) which mainly aims for a simpler, fairer and more efficient tax system in the country that will benefit largely the poor and middle-income earners.
  • SSS foreign reps pay courtesy call to SSC

    The SSC recently met with the 22 foreign representatives who man the SSS offices abroad. Led by Senior Vice President (SVP) Judy Frances A. See of the Account Management and International Operations Groups (AMG & IOG), the courtesy call was held at the 12/F Green Room of the SSS Main Office during the SSC meeting on April 5, 2017. The SSS foreign reps were in the country to attend the five-day annual strategic meeting of the IOG.
  • Barangay Pembo joins SSS KaltaSSS-Collect Program

    The SSS Makati-Guadalupe branch and Barangay Pembo in Makati City formally sealed their joint commitment in providing social security protection to their 15 job order personnel by signing a memorandum of agreement for KaltaSSS- Collect Program last March 14, 2017.
  • SSS supports e-banking in Bangsamoro region

    The SSS has urged the banking community to explore and establish its electronic banking (e-banking) facilities in the armed-conflict region of Mindanao to further develop the economic opportunities that lies in the bountiful Land of Promise.
  • SSS: P1,000 additional benefit, not a government subsidy

    SSS President and Chief Executive Officer Emmanuel F. Dooc clarified that the P6.2 billion released last March for the additional P1,000 benefit of pensioners came from the investment income and present member contributions of the pension fund and not from the subsidy of the national government.
  • SSS inaugurates newest branch in Ilagan

    The SSS formally opened its full-service branch at the first and second floor of North Star Mall in Alibagu, Ilagan City last March 17, 2017. SSS Ilagan branch caters to nearly 2,000 registered employers and more than 17,000 members and pensioners in over 295 barangays.
  • SSS eases processing of benefit claims for HTI victims

    To provide faster assistance to House Technology Industries (HTI) fire victims and beneficiaries, the SSS relaxed its documentary requirements for processing and payment of funeral and death benefits.
  • SSS to release P71M for P1,000 benefit under special cases

    The state-run Social Security System on Thursday said it has released about P71.84 million to its partner banks for the P1,000 additional benefit of the first batch of pensioners under special cases.
  • Court penalizes five business owners for violation of SSS law

    The Regional Trial Court of Virac penalized five business owners for non-registration, non-reporting of employees and non-remittance of SSS contributions in violation of the Republic Act 8282 or the Social Security Act of 1997.
  • SSS eyes mandatory OFW coverage

    The state-run Social Security System said it is asking the help of lawmakers to implement the mandatory coverage of Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) following its goal to expand its members’ coverage while providing security protection for the country’s new heroes.
  • SSS supports mandatory display of Filipino artworks in business establishments

    The Social Security System will support the call for mandatory display of Filipino artworks in business establishments, Social Security Commission (SSC) Chairman Amado D. Valdez said Friday.
  • SSS announces release of P1,000 additional benefit for pensioners under special cases

    The SSS announced that there will be separate withdrawal dates for the additional P1,000 benefit for pensioners under special cases.
  • SSS pensioners withdraw P1,000 additional benefit

    Happy pensioners of the SSS trooped to various banks yesterday and withdrew from their respective accounts the P1,000 additional benefit for the month of January 2017 following the approval of the authority to release the said amount by President Rodrigo Duterte last Feb 22.
  • SSS statement on reported delayed bank crediting of the P1,000 additional benefit

    The SSS urges its pensioners to report immediately their depository banks that did not credit the P1,000 additional benefit to their accounts today.
  • SSS: Pensioners can withdraw P1,000 additional benefit

    The state-run SSS on Thursday said it has already released some P2 billion to its pensioners for the month of January 2017 as part of the recently approved P1,000 additional benefit for its pensioners.
  • SSS revenues jump to P160 billion

    State-run SSS on Monday said revenues jumped to P160 billion as of end of November 2016 period.
  • SSS to release P1,000 additional benefit on March

    State-run Social Security System on Wednesday said that about P7 billion worth of pension will be released to about 2.2 million pensioners starting on the first week of March after President Rodrigo Duterte signed and confirmed the P1,000 additional benefit last Jan 10.
  • SSS assures release of the P1,000 additional benefit upon receipt of written order from Malacañang

    The SSS assures its pensioners and the public that the additional P1,000 benefit is ready for release as soon the written order from Malacañang is received by the agency.
  • SSS warns delinquent employers of possible arrest

    “You can run, but you cannot hide,” Chairman Dean Amado Valdez of the SSS said before the Rotary Club of Makati West as he released the list of the first batch of delinquent employers with convictions based on decision of various Regional Trial Courts.
  • SSS urges Congress to pass law to expedite flexibility in investments

    Social Security System Chair Dean Amado Valdez called on Congress to prioritize passing laws that will enable the pension fund to invest in Public-Private Partnerships in line with its new thrust to use its members’ pooled fund as capital for infrastructure.
  • SSS extends help to victims of typhoon Nina

    To show that the SSS cares for its members and pensioners, the pension fund distributed relief goods to 1,000 families from four barangays in Bicol- Magurang, Alnay, Basud and Gabon- which were affected by typhoon Nina last February 11, 2017.
  • SSS resolves nearly 2,000 cases endorsed by 8888 Hotline

    The SSS resolved 1,919 complaints coursed through the 8888 Citizen’s Complaint Hotline within five days, majority of which pertain to claims processing and documentation procedures.
  • SSS seeks arrest of doctor, shipping company president in ongoing crackdown on erring employers

    The Philippine National Police (PNP) served warrants of arrest to delinquent employers due to non-payment and non-remittance of SSS contributions.
  • SSS accepts calamity loan applications in areas affected by ‘Nina’ on February 3

    The SSS launched a more responsive Calamity Relief Package for members affected by Super Typhoon ‘Nina’ by offering a calamity loan assistance starting February 3, 2017.
  • SSS to create its own integrity circles, strengthens fight against corruption

    In line with the thrust of President Rodrigo R. Duterte for an improved, transparent and participatory governance, the SSS is set to create its own integrity circles led by Social Security Commission (SSC) Chairman Dean Amado D. Valdez.
  • SSS cuts 2017 Opex by P1B

    The SSS has cut down its 2017 budget for operating expenses (OPEX) by P1 billion as it seeks measures to improve its financial performance.
  • SSS starts crackdown on delinquent employers, owner of publishing company jailed

    The owner of a publishing company is now in jail for non-payment and non-remittance of employees’ social security and Employees' Compensation contributions to the SSS after the agency started an intensified campaign with the PNP to run after delinquent employers for violation of the Social Security Act of 1997.
  • SSS is new brand of people’s capitalism

    “With proposed innovations in investments, the SSS is shaping a new developmental ideology to give the working class an opportunity to be the richest in the country through their pooled savings in the pension fund,” said SSC Chairman Dean Amado Valdez.
  • SSS thanks Congress for bill on rationalization of powers

    The SSS acknowledged with deep appreciation the approval of House Bill 2158 by the House of Representatives. HB 2158 aims to rationalize and expand the powers and duties of the Social Security Commission (SSC).
  • Pres. Duterte approves SSS P2k pension hike, backs continuing reforms for fund sustainability

    The SSS has declared its support for President Rodrigo Duterte’s decision to approve an across-the-board pension increase of P2,000 that would benefit the agency’s over two million pensioners, with the initial P1,000 increase effective this month and another P1,000 in 2022 or earlier.
  • SSS to pursue measures to increase revenue

    To help fund the proposed pension hike, the SSS will intensify its collection efforts and improve its collection efficiency by going after non-complying employers, this was disclosed by SSC Chairman Dean Amado Valdez, recently.
  • Court convicts school president for unpaid penalties on overdue SSS contributions

    The Regional Trial Court of Iriga has convicted the president of a private school in Nabua, Camarines Sur for refusing to fully settle the institution’s delinquent payments with the SSS, particularly its monthly penalties amounting to nearly P300,000.
  • SSS resolves over 1,400 complaints from 8888 hotline

    The SSS resolved a total of 1,411 complaints out of the 1,497 phone calls received by 8888 Citizen’s Complaint Hotline from August to November this year, reflecting a high 94 percent resolution rate.
  • SSS welcomes CitySavings Bank as newly-accredited partner

    The SSS has formally sealed its partnership with CitySavings Bank by signing a memorandum of agreement for Sickness, Maternity and Employees’ Compensation Payment thru-the-Bank Program (SMEC-PB) last December 15 at the Executive Lounge of SSS Main Office in Diliman, Quezon City. Established in 1965, CitySavings Bank is a Unionbank subsidiary which mainly targets the working class particularly private sector employees and civil servants.
  • SSS eyes flexi-time to improve service delivery, help ease traffic

    The Social Security Commission (SSC) instructed the SSS management to consider implementing flexible working hours for its employees to ensure faster and more efficient service delivery as well as to help ease traffic problems in the metro.
  • SSS bares plans on ensuring its capability to fund the pension increase

    The SSS welcomes the idea of raising the SSS contribution rate - a measure endorsed by the country’s economic managers – but stressed that its impact on contributing SSS members and employers should be minimized.
  • SSS eyes signed joint resolution on the P2,000 pension increase before year-end

    SSS expects the signing of the joint resolution from the House of Representatives and the Senate on the proposed pension increase before the Christmas break to pave the way for the release of the initial P1,000 benefit at the start of 2017.
  • SSS tightens enforcement of employer compliance, collects P1.4-B thru legal action

    Employers who disregard their obligations with the SSS can expect criminal and civil legal actions against them following the directive from the new SSS management to intensify the agency’s enforcement of their compliance with the law.
  • Yamaha officials sentenced to jail for unpaid and misappropriated SSS contributions

    All five members of the Board of Directors of Yamaha School of Music Philippines, Inc. (Yamaha) were convicted by Makati Regional Trial Court for failure to remit SSS contributions of its employees in violation of Republic Act 8282, also known as Social Security Act of 1997.
  • SSS sets four milestones under new management

    The SSS has laid out four milestones that would shape the reforms in the institution including increasing pension levels, enhancing its fund life, improving service delivery, and using the pension fund as a tool for economic activity.
  • SSS disburses P7.2-B for 13th month pensions

    The Social Security System (SSS) has announced the release of a total of P7.2 billion for this year’s 13th month pensions which SSS pensioners would receive in time for the Christmas season.
  • La Viña takes oath as new SSC member

    Social Security Commission (SSC) Chairman Dean Amado D. Valdez led the oath-taking of Jose Gabriel M. La Viña as the newest member of the SSC, the highest policy-making body of the SSS, at the Investments Sector Conference Room of the SSS main office in Quezon City on November 25.
  • Anita Bumpus-Quitain is the latest Commissioner to join SSC roster

    She may be a neophyte member of the Social Security Commission (SSC), but recently-appointed Commissioner Anita Bumpus-Quitain is actually no stranger to the Social Security System (SSS).
  • SSC joined by newest Commissioner, Arthur L. Amansec

    Active law practitioner and retired Labor Arbiter Atty. Arthur L. Amansec was recently appointed as the newest member of the Social Security Commission (SSC), the governing board of the Social Security System (SSS).
  • SSS appeals to Senate to implement initial P1k pension hike

    SSS appeals to lawmakers to consider its proposal to grant the P1,000 across-the-board pension (ATBP) increase in January 2017, and an additional P1,000 in 2022, or earlier.
  • SSS eyes investing in utilities to give workers representation during rate hikes

    SSS plans to expand the use of its investment funds to empower its over 33 million members, who represent the country’s working population, by giving them a “louder voice” in sensitive key issues.
  • SSS lauded for compliance with international quality standards

    SSS received its second Certificate of Recognition from the Government Quality Management Committee (GQMC) for the pension fund’s successful efforts to adhere to international quality standards, particularly with the ISO 9001:2008 requirements.
  • SSS presents option on granting P2,000 pension increase before Congress

    The SSS delegation, led by Chairman Amado D. Valdez, presented the agency’s proposal to grant the P2,000 across-the-board pension (ATBP) increase during the hearing of the House Committee on Government Enterprises and Privatization last November 15.
  • SSS seeks to ensure no legal impediments to the P2,000 pension increase

    The Social Security System (SSS) is working on ensuring that there are no legal impediments to the P2,000 pension increase, which it aims to implement in two tranches.
  • Charter amendments needed to boost investment flexibility and income -- SSS

    SSS is pushing for changes in its charter, which was enacted nearly two decades ago, that would provide the pension fund greater investment flexibility to bolster its generation of needed revenues for granting higher benefits for members.
  • Michael G. Regino joins SSC as new commissioner

    Newly-appointed Commissioner of the Social Security Commission (SSC) Mr. Michael G. Regino is an economist by discipline with more than 30 years of successful corporate experience in various industries such as mining, real estate, and construction.
  • SSS eyeing infra investments as funding source for higher pensions and benefits

    SSS is looking at investing in infrastructure as a source of additional revenue that will enable the fund to grant higher pensions and benefits for its growing membership and beneficiaries, citing that this is the start of an "economic revolution."
  • SSS presents option on proposed pension hike

    SSS presented to the House of Representatives a proposal to implement the P2,000 pension increase starting with an additional P1,000 across-the-board pension (ATBP) in 2017.
  • Constitutionalist and UE Law Dean chairs Social Security Commission

    Noted lawyer Amado D. Valdez, the former Dean of the University of the East (UE) College of Law and a known constitutionalist, has been appointed Chairman of the Social Security Commission (SSC), the governing board of the Social Security System (SSS).
  • Derm clinic owner with unpaid SSS contributions gets seven-year jail term

    A dermatology clinic owner was convicted by the Regional Trial Court of Quezon City for failure to remit nearly P2 million in Social Security System (SSS) monthly contributions of his employees in direct violation of Republic Act 8282 or otherwise known as Social Security Act of 1997.
  • Young adults comprise majority of investors in SSS voluntary provident fund

    Nearly two-thirds of investors in the Social SSS voluntary provident fund created for local members are young adults of up to age 35, based on enrollment data of the SSS Personal Equity and Savings Option (PESO) Fund as of end of September 2016.
  • SSS supports lawmakers in pursuing SSS supports lawmakers in pursuing meaningful pension reforms

    The Social Security System (SSS) has expressed support for lawmakers in addressing the need for meaningful pension reforms to ensure the long-term sustainability of the pension fund.
  • Philippines launches social security partnership with Denmark

    Filipino workers employed in Denmark will be entitled to social security benefits under the same conditions applicable to Danish nationals under the bilateral agreement signed by the two countries, according to the SSS which led the negotiations for the Philippines.
  • SSS relocates to a bigger branch in busy Cubao area

    The SSS relocated its Cubao branch, which handles an average of over 21,300 transactions daily, to a bigger and more convenient location at the 2nd floor of the Puregold Building along Aurora Boulevard at Araneta Center in Quezon City.
  • Over 265,000 members benefit from SSS Loan Restructuring Program within five months

    More than 265,000 borrowers of SSS short-term loans have benefited from affordable payment terms and conditional condonation of loan penalties under the ongoing SSS Loan Restructuring Program (LRP) within just five months since its launch.
  • SSS joins celebration of Elderly Filipino Week

    In celebration of the Elderly Filipino Week, the SSS participated in a special forum hosted by the Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD), National Anti-Poverty Commission (NAPC) and Coalition of Services for the Elderly (COSE) on October 7 at the SM North Skydome in Quezon City.
  • SSS commends DILG for protection of nearly 75,000 JO and contractual workers

    The SSS accorded a special citation for the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) for its solid commitment to provide social protection to nearly 75,000 job order (JO) and contractual workers at the Balikat ng Bayan Awards held during the SSS 59th anniversary program at the Ramon Magsaysay Hall of the SSS main office in Diliman, Quezon City.
  • Catering service owner gets 20-year maximum jail term for unpaid SSS contributions

    An owner of a catering service was convicted by the Regional Trial Court of Quezon City for failure to remit the monthly contributions of its employees to the SSS in violation of Republic Act 8282 or Social Security Act of 1997.
  • Davao-based advocacy group recognized as SSS AlkanSSSya Program partner

    The SSS bestowed a special citation on Baganga Integrated Social Action Group (BISAG) for its solid support for SSS in bringing social security protection closer to informal sector groups at the Balikat ng Bayan Awards during the SSS 59th anniversary program at the Ramon Magsaysay Hall of the SSS main office in Diliman, Quezon City on September 2.
  • SSS awards generic drug distributor as top employer for medium accounts

    The SSS conferred the Balikat ng Bayan Top Employer Award under the medium accounts category on Sannovex Pharmaceutical Distributor, an importer and supplier of generic drugs based in Mandaluyong City, during the pension fund’s 59th anniversary program held at the Ramon Magsaysay Hall of the SSS main office in Diliman, Quezon City on September 2.
  • Members’ Day held at SSS Diliman

    In line with its 59th anniversary celebration, the SSS prepared a special activity for its transacting members through the conduct of Members' Day in all SSS branches this month.
  • Last Saturday of September for LRP applications

    The SSS announces that September 24 is the last Saturday for members to file their applications for Loan Restructuring Program (LRP) with condonation features at the 112 local branches and 14 foreign representative offices. The SSS offices are open from 8am to 5pm.
  • SSS recognizes CARD Inc. for its excellent performance as a partner agent

    The SSS conferred a special citation on the Center for Agriculture and Rural Development (CARD) Inc. for its exemplary performance as a collecting and servicing partner agent of SSS at the Balikat ng Bayan Awards during the SSS 59th anniversary program at the Ramon Magsaysay Hall of the SSS main office in Diliman, Quezon City on September 2.
  • SSS presents position on twin proposals on pension reform and charter amendment

    The SSS presented its position during the deliberations of the House Committee on Government Enterprises and Privatization (CGEP) for the P2,000 pension increase and the rationalization of the powers, duties and accountabilities of the Social Security Commission (SSC) during its meeting on September 7, reiterating its position that increase in SSS pensions is possible as long there is a sustainable source of funding.
  • Majority of local SSS branches open for members on all Saturdays of September

    The SSS called on its members to take advantage of the extended business hours of over a hundred SSS branches nationwide that would remain open on all Saturdays of September in line with the pension fund’s 59th anniversary celebration.
  • SSS-LRP applications on all Saturdays of September

    The SSS announces that 112 local offices and 14 foreign representative offices are open on all Saturdays of September, 8:00AM to 5:00PM, to accept Loan Restructuring Program (LRP) applications for members who have past due loans.
  • Cabinet secretaries grace SSS anniversary celebration

    Labor Secretary Silvestre H. Bello III and Finance Secretary Carlos G. Dominguez III chat with SSS President and Chief Executive Officer Emilio S. de Quiros, Jr. and Social Security Commission (SSC) Chairman Juan B. Santos before the start of the 59th SSS anniversary program at the Ramon Magsaysay Hall of the SSS main office in Quezon City on September 2.
  • SSS launches photo exhibit for 59th anniversary celebration

    The SSS opened its photo exhibit featuring highlights on SSS financial performance, programs and achievements to commemorate the 59th SSS anniversary of the pension fund, which kicked off its month-long celebration on September 1 with the theme “SSS @ 59: Kaagapay at Kabalikat sa Pagbabago.”
  • Finance secretary urges SSS to step up members’ education on value of coverage

    Finance Secretary Carlos G. Dominguez III encouraged the SSS to intensify its campaign to inform members and the rest of the public on the value of SSS coverage as well as the various aspects of the pension fund’s operations.
  • SSS fetes top public and private sector partners in promoting workers’ social protection

    The SSS has recognized a total of 22 private and public sector partners for their invaluable roles in promoting the social protection of Filipino workers in the Philippines and overseas during the 2016 Balikat ng Bayan Awards held on September 2 as part of the 59th SSS anniversary celebration.
  • 109 SSS branches to accept LRP applications on all Saturdays of September

    As part of its 59th Anniversary celebration, the SSS shall open 109 branches on all Saturdays of September to accept Loan Restructuring Program applications from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm starting on September 3.
  • SSS quickly responds to more than 300 complaints referred by CSC

    The SSS resolved 347 queries out of the 390 complaints course thru the Civil Service Commission from April to August 24 this year, showing an 89 percent resolution rate.
  • SSS issues over 300,000 membership numbers to online applicants

    The SSS has issued more than 300,000 membership numbers thru its website in just nine months after launching the online service in September last year, as current and future workers take advantage of the faster and more convenient way to get their social security (SS) number.
  • SSS disburses P7-B in pension adjustments to over 154,000 retirees in 1st half

    The SSS released a total of P7.21 billion in pension adjustments to over 154,000 qualified retirees in June this year, after the agency completed its special project on the manual verification and reposting of members’ contributions for the period 1985 to 1989.
  • Korean national gets jail term for non-remittance of over P1.6-M SSS contributions

    The Regional Trial Court (RTC) of Olongapo City has convicted the president of a fishing rod manufacturer for failure to comply with the company’s legal obligation to pay over P1.6 million in employees' contributions to the SSS.
  • SSS accredits CARD Inc. as partner agent, generates nearly P9-M in collections

    The SSS has accredited the Center for Agriculture and Rural Development Inc. (CARD Inc.) as one of its collecting partner agents (CPA) as part of its serious efforts to create new channels for SSS payments and to promote active SSS membership in the informal sector.
  • Niece fakes aunt’s death for SSS funeral claim, gets eight to ten years in jail

    The Regional Trial Court (RTC) of Dagupan City has sentenced a woman to eight to ten years in jail after she was found guilty of defrauding the Social Security System (SSS) using faked public documents as evidence for her aunt’s alleged death, which she used in applying for the SSS funeral benefit.
  • All Access for SSS

    The SSS Bolsters communication channels to ensure positive change in the lives of its growing member base through ICT solutions from PLDT Alpha Enterprise and Smart Enterprise.
  • Surging stock market an advantage for SSS members eligible for Option to Sell Shares of Stocks Program

    SSS members with overdue accounts for previous SSS loans used for investing in equities are urged to take advantage of recent stock market gains to settle their past due debt obligations through the SSS Option to Sell Shares of Stocks Program.
  • Cash cards for SSS salary loans attract over 45,000 members, P865-M disbursed

    More than 45,000 members of the SSS have benefited from the pension fund’s partnerships with two major banks for the electronic release of salary loans through cash cards issued to borrowers, instead of the usual loan checks sent through mail.
  • SSS initiatives for social protection of ISGs show higher coverage and collections

    The SSS has intensified its campaign to extend social protection to informal sector workers, particularly through its partnership initiatives such as the AlkanSSSya Program which has registered over 120,000 members and collected over P300 million in contributions to date.
  • Makati court sends IT company president to jail for non-remittance of SSS contributions

    The Makati Regional Trial Court (RTC) has convicted the president of an information technology (IT) services firm for its failure to remit SSS contributions of its employees in direct violation of Republic Act 8282, which is also known as the Social Security Act of 1997.
  • SSS eyes information sharing with PhilHealth for work-related dialysis claims

    The SSS is in talks with the PhilHealth regarding a “portal-sharing” agreement that will allow it to access the PhilHealth database for payment information on members who undergo hemodialysis for work-related conditions following the Employees’ Compensation Commission (ECC) board resolution on the medical procedure issued this year.
  • SSS collects over P1-B in Makati in 1st quarter, opens bigger branch in J.P. Rizal

    The SSS collected a total of P1.12 billion in contributions from members and employers in Makati City during the first quarter of this year, surpassing the P964.85 million collected over the same period last year in the country’s business and financial center by 16 percent.
  • SSS accredits NOVADECI as collecting partner agent

    The SSS and Novaliches Development Cooperative (NOVADECI) formally signed their joint commitment in establishing new channels for SSS payments and expanding the social protection of workers through a memorandum of agreement (MOA) under the SSS Partner Agent Accreditation Program.
  • SSS wins case against advertising agency for nearly P3-M unpaid contributions

    The SSS has scored a court conviction against the president of an advertising agency for the company's failure to comply with its obligation to remit employees' contributions of nearly P3 million, including penalties, over a period of ten years.
  • Awareness Campaign in Support of ASEAN Community 2015 and Philippines' Chairmanship of ASEAN in 2017

    In compliance to CSC Memorandum Circular No. 06, s. 2016, attached are reading materials that promote ASEAN awareness.
  • SSS salary loan releases up by 19 percent to nearly P8-B in 1st quarter

    The SSS released a total of P7.93 billion in salary loans for more than 385,000 members during the first quarter, higher by 19 percent than the P6.69 billion disbursed to some 354,000 borrowers for the same period last year.
  • Rush UMID card application text scam

    The SSS has warned the public, especially its members who applied for the Unified Multipurpose Identification System (UMID) card, regarding a text scam about UMID processing.
  • SSS Manila now at a bigger office

    The SSS inaugurated its relocated Manila office which is now situated at the second floor Zen Towers along Natividad Street in Ermita Manila. Formally opened in June 3, SSS Manila serves more than 7,400 employers and about 84,000 members from 104 barangays.
  • SSS inaugurates third branch in Pasig

    The SSS inaugurated its third branch in Pasig City located at the third floor of the Alfonso Commercial Complex along Dr. Sixto Antonio Avenue in Barangay Rosario.
  • SSS Valenzuela-Dalandanan Branch now at Puregold compound

    The SSS inaugurated its relocated Valenzuela-Dalandanan office which is now situated at the second floor of the Puregold Compound along McArthur Highway in Dalandanan, Valenzuela City. Formerly in Karuhatan area, SSS Valenzuela-Dalandanan caters to more than 2,800 employers and about 28,000 members from 23 barangays.
  • SSS opens larger Biñan branch

    The SSS formally opened on May 23 its new Biñan branch, which was relocated from its previous site in Olivarez Plaza to a larger location in Central Mall Biñan to provide better services to about 10,000 employers, 70,000 employees and 21,000 self-employed and voluntary members.
  • SSS upgrades Makati-J.P. Rizal branch

    The SSS opened its newly relocated branch at the 3rd Floor of the KBC Building along J.P. Rizal Street in Barangay Olympia, Makati City on June 1.
  • Senior SSS officials interact with Palawan stakeholders

    About 120 employer and worker representatives attended the Stakeholders' Forum conducted by senior officials of the SSS at Hotel Centro in Puerto Princesa, Palawan on May 21.
  • Over 40,000 OFWs receive annual incentive benefits from SSS Flexi-fund Program

    The SSS disbursed a total of P13.15 million in annual incentive benefits (AIB) to more than 40,000 qualified overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) enrolled in the SSS Flexi-fund Program, which is a provident fund created to encourage OFW-members to save up in order to supplement their retirement benefits under the regular SSS program.
  • Certification of SSS members applying for Taiwan working visa

    The SSS is advising its members that the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office (TECO) in the Philippines will continue to accept the SSS Certification of UMID Card Issuance until August 24, 2016 for members outside Metro Manila, while members in Metro Manila who are applying for Taiwan working visa are advised to file their UMID applications at the SSS office in the Philippine Overseas Employment Agency (POEA) in Mandaluyong City.
  • Member-borrowers flock to SSS to apply for loan restructuring

    Shortly after announcing the launch of its Loan Restructuring Program (LRP) on April 28, the SSS has received 20,953 LRP applications from calamity-stricken borrowers all over the country who want to settle their overdue short-term SSS loans, preserve the value of their future benefits, and regain their good SSS standing.
  • PSE and SSS ink MOA for capital market development partnership

    The Philippine Stock Exchange, Inc. (PSE) and the SSS signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) to undertake cooperation initiatives in the areas of market education and Small, Medium, Emerging (SME) Board promotion.
  • Court sends fraudulent SSS claimant to jail for faking tuberculosis

    The Quezon City RTC has sentenced an SSS claimant to imprisonment of about seven years and eight months up to ten years and nine months for attempting to defraud SSS of disability benefits for pulmonary tuberculosis using spurious documents.
  • Loan Restructuring Program brochure now available

    Read about the coverage of the program, availment period and terms and conditions in this guide.
  • SSS welcomes Enterprise Bank as new partner for housing and business loans

    The SSS forged a memorandum of agreement with Enterprise Bank (A Thrift Bank) as its new partner in providing housing and business loans to members and employers during ceremonies held at the Executive Lounge at the SSS Main Building in Diliman, Quezon City on April 22.
  • UsapangSSS.ph now available to serve as online forum for members' queries

    The SSS in collaboration with the Philippine Information Agency (PIA), has recently launched UsapangSSS.ph, the official microsite which aimed to reach out to members by responding to their queries and facilitating online discussions on SSS programs and services.
  • SSS outperforms investment benchmarks, earns over P28-B in 2015

    The SSS attained a full-year investment income of P28.65 billion last year while its return on investments (ROI) reached 6.9 percent, outpacing key market indicators such as the 10-year Treasury bond and 364-day T-bill rates which averaged 4.0 percent and 2.1 percent, respectively.
  • New SSS partnerships for the direct release of sickness, maternity and EC benefits to members' bank accounts

    Top officials from the SSS and 25 partner banks participated in the signing of the memorandum of agreement (MOA) for the expanded coverage of the Sickness, Maternity and Employees' Compensation Payment thru the Bank (SMEC-PB) Program during ceremonies held at the Ramon Magsaysay Hall of the SSS main office in Diliman, Quezon City on April 19.
  • SSS offers Loan Restructuring Program for calamity-stricken members

    The SSS has launched the Loan Restructuring Program (LRP) for members with past due calamity loans and other short-term member loans who reside or work in calamity areas as declared by the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) or the national government. The one-year availment period starts today, April 28.
  • Owner of book binding business convicted for failure to maintain SSS records

    The Lucena City Regional Trial Court (RTC) convicted the owner of a book binding business in Lucena City for failing to keep true and accurate work records of new and separated employees as required by the SSS, which is a direct violation of the SSS charter.
  • SSS Cebu-NRA Branch is now open to serve you!

    New SSS branch opens its doors in Osmeña Boulevard in Cebu City.
  • Online Registration and Coverage

    No SSS number yet? Apply Online!
  • Security agency owner gets 20 years in jail for unpaid SSS contributions

    The Quezon City Regional Trial Court ordered the imprisonment of a security agency owner of up to 20 years for non-remittance of the SSS contributions of employees for over six years amounting to more than P675,000, including accrued penalties.
  • SSS collects over P0.6-M in contribution and loan payments thru Globe GCash

    The SSS has collected nearly P650,000 in contributions and loan payments of self-employed and voluntary members through the Globe GCash facility by the end of the first quarter this year. The SSS mobile payment scheme was officially rolled out in December 2015.
  • UMID card application for Taiwan-bound workers in SSS POEA

    The SSS is advising its members applying for Taiwan working visas to apply for the Unified Multipurpose Identification System (UMID) cards directly at the SSS office in the Philippine Overseas Employment Agency (POEA) for faster processing of their UMID cards.
  • SSS holds its first Stakeholders' Forum in Ormoc

    The SSS recently held its first Stakeholders' Forum last March 16 at the Sutuwaki Restaurant along Imelda Avenue in Ormoc City. The event was attended by 180 participants who are mostly employer representatives from different barangays and municipalities within and near Ormoc City.
  • PMAP, SSS host dialogue with HR Managers

    Social Security System (SSS) President and Chief Executive Officer Emlio S. de Quiros, Jr. presented updates on SSS financial status and operations before an audience of about 300 human resource managers during the "Dialogue with SSS Officials" sponsored by PMAP at Marriott Hotel, Pasay City.
  • SSS salary loan releases up 15 percent to P1.42-B in Southern Mindanao

    TAGUM CITY, Davao del Norte --- The SSS disbursed a total of P1.42 billion for SSS salary loans of members from Southern Mindanao last year, which was 15 percent higher than the P1.23 billion released in the region in 2014.
  • SSS exceeds P6-B mark for both contributions and benefits in Southern Mindanao

    TAGUM CITY, Davao del Norte --- The SSS surpassed the P6-billion milestone for both contribution collections and benefit payments in Southern Mindanao in 2015 on the back of double-digit increases resulting from the agency’s initiatives to expand its reach in the region.
  • SSS collects P12.51-B in Visayas, records 14 percent increase

    ORMOC, Leyte - The SSS collected P12.51 billion in contributions from employers and members in the Visayas last year, which was higher by 14 percent from the P10.99 billion total for the same area in 2014.
  • Overall SSS web-based transactions breach 5.5-M mark in 2015

    The SSS total website transactions increased from 3.64 million by end-2014 to 5.55 million by end-2015, reflecting a growth of 53 percent driven by the rising number of members and employers using the online facility as a faster and easier means of transacting with the pension fund.
  • SSS forum for Bulacan stakeholders draws 148 attendees

    In line with its continuing campaign to foster closer ties with stakeholders across the country, the Social Security System (SSS) conducted the SSS Stakeholders Forum attended by a total of 148 employer and worker representatives from Bulacan at the St. Agatha Resort on February 15.
  • SSS salary loan releases reach P4.94-B in Luzon, helps over 287,000 borrowers

    MALOLOS, Bulacan --- More than 287,000 members of the SSS in Luzon availed themselves of SSS salary loans from January to November 2015, with total loan disbursements reaching P4.94 billion during the 11-month period.
  • SSS benefit releases and collections record double-digit growths in Luzon

    MALOLOS, Bulacan --- The SSS has attained double-digit growths in total benefit releases and contribution collections in Luzon, with both reflecting an increase of 11 percent for the first 11 months of 2015.
  • SSS shares experience on calamity assistance with Bangladesh officials

    The SSS shared the highlights of its 58-year experience in pension fund management, grant of various benefits and calamity assistance during the SSS Study Tour for officials of the Bangladesh Ministry of Disaster Management and Relief (MDMR) at the SSS Main Office in Diliman, Quezon City on January 5.
  • SSS-DOLE agreement on information sharing to intensify employer compliance

    The SSS and DOLE formalized their joint commitment to intensify employer compliance and impose penalties on violators of labor and social security policies through a memorandum of agreement (MOA) on information sharing that covers SSS-related issues affecting workers employment.
  • SSS owned properties for lease

    For inquiries on the listed properties, please contact the Asset Management Department.
  • SSS debunks low collection efficiency allegation

    Contrary to allegations of some sectors, the SSS said that in terms of collection efficiency, it is performing at 88 percent and not 38 percent.
  • P-Noy saves SSS from bankruptcy, upholds pension fund sustainability

    The SSS has lauded Malacañang's support for preserving the pension fund's long-term sustainability, following President Benigno S. Aquino III's decision to veto House Bill 5842 which seeks an across-the-board SSS pension increase of P2,000.
  • SSS taps GCash for members' contribution and loan payments

    SSS members can now pay their contributions and monthly amortizations for salary and real estate loans using Globe GCash, a virtual wallet service offered by Globe Telecom that enables users to carry out financial transactions using their mobile phones.
  • SSS offers calamity relief package for members affected by Typhoon 'Nona' starting January 4

    Members of the SSS from areas devastated by Typhoon "Nona" can avail of a calamity relief package that includes early renewal of salary loans, advance disbursement of pensions and preferential terms for house repair and improvement loans starting on January 4, 2016.
  • SSS allots over P6-B for 13th month pensions

    In time for the Christmas season, the SSS has earmarked a total of P6.34 billion for the 13th month pensions of over two million SSS pensioners for retirement, disability and death which is scheduled for release to the pensioners' bank accounts and via mail this December.
  • Option to Sell Shares of Stocks Program

    Do you have an outstanding loan under the SSS Stock Investment Loan program (SILP) or the SSS Privatization Fund Loan Program (PFLP)? Now is your chance to finally settle that loan account!
  • Certification of UMID card processing for Taiwan-bound OFWs

    SSS members who are seeking employment in Taiwan can now present either the SSS 2D Barcode ID Card or the SSS Certification of Unified Multi-Purpose ID (UMID) Card Processing until January 2016 to comply with the requirements for a Taiwanese working visa, pending the release of their UMID cards.
  • SSS holds pre-bid conference for long-term lease of Pasay properties

    The SSS recently conducted the pre-bid conference for the 25-year lease of two SSS properties in Pasay City, particularly the HK Sun Plaza and a vacant lot, both located at the Financial Center Area along Roxas Boulevard and Macapagal Avenue
  • SSS Diliman brings in four TODAs to AlkanSSSya Program with QC gov’t support

    With support from the Quezon City government, the SSS brought into the AlkanSSSya Program four tricycle operators and drivers associations (TODA) covered by SSS Diliman Branch, namely Agham TODA, Balara Filters TODA, Kamuning TODA and Quezon City Ville -Arboretum TODA.
  • SSS holds Pensioners' Day at Hospicio de San Jose

    Over 330 pensioners of the SSS gathered at the Hospicio de San Jose Auditorium in Manila during the SSS Pensioners' Day jointly organized by the SSS Recto, Legarda and Sta. Mesa branches on November 12
  • SSS posts 10-percent growth in contributions, collects P98.26-B in nine months

    The SSS collected P98.26 billion in contributions over the first three quarters of this year, higher by 10 percent from the P89.03 billion total for the same period in 2014, with the pension fund achieving growths in all four major segments of SSS membership.
  • SSS toll-free calls now available for OFW members

    The SSS has launched its 1-800 Toll-Free International Call Services in key destinations worldwide to further bolster its campaign to provide social protection within reach for OFWs.
  • ISGs under SSS Batasan Hills receive AlkanSSSya units from SSS, QC gov’t

    Over 114 registered and 305 potential members under four informal sector groups (ISGs) covered by the SSS Batasan Hills Branch - including golf caddies from the Capitol Hills Golf and Country Club, tricycle drivers and operators from Old Balara Capitol Hills and Villa Beatriz, and job order and contractual workers from the Barangay Bagong Silangan local government unit - are among the beneficiaries of the 2nd Grand Launching of the AlkanSSSya Program on October 9 at the Quezon City Memorial Circle Basketball Court.
  • SSS lauded by international association for inclusive growth campaigns

    The SSS received a Certificate of Merit with Special Mention from the Jury from the International Social Security Association (ISSA), which has over 330 organizations from more than 160 countries under its membership, in recognition of various SSS initiatives to promote inclusive growth during the ISSA Good Practice Awards for Asia and the Pacific 2015 held in Muscat, Oman on November 2.
  • SSS earns international citation for initiatives to promote inclusive growth

    The SSS has earned an international citation from the world’s leading association of social security institutions for the various SSS programs launched in recent years to promote inclusive growth by targeting informal sector (IS) workers and hard-to-reach rural areas of the country.
  • Three AlkanSSSya units granted to ISGS under SSS Commonwealth

    The SSS, in collaboration with the Quezon City Government Office of the Vice Mayor, spearheaded the 2nd Grand Launching of AlkanSSSya Program held at the Quezon City Memorial Circle Basketball Court last October 9.
  • SSS, UnionBank offer Quick Card for fast and convenient salary loan releases

    Top officials of the SSS and Union Bank of the Philippines (UnionBank) spearheaded the formal launch of the SSS-UnionBank Quick Card, a new service that gives SSS salary loan borrowers a fast and convenient option for accessing their loan proceeds in as little as three days, during ceremonies and demonstrations held at the SSS main office in Diliman, Quezon City on October 27.
  • Tricycle drivers and market vendors under SSS Cubao join AlkanSSSya program

    Six informal sector groups (ISGs) covered by the Social Security System’s Cubao Branch with a combined membership of nearly 200 workers received their own AlkanSSSya units during the 2nd Grand Launching of AlkanSSSya Program on October 9 at the Quezon City Memorial Circle Basketball Court.
  • SSS launches Quick Card facility for members’ faster receipt of salary loan proceeds

    The SSS has launched the SSS-UnionBank Quick Card as the agency’s newest addition to its growing number of electronic facilities to enable members to receive their salary loan proceeds in as little as three days upon loan approval.
  • SSS launches thru-the-web issuance of social security numbers

    Workers who need to apply for their own SSS membership number, a mandatory requirement of private sector companies and household employers, can now do it electronically through the SSS website instead of lining up at SSS branches.
  • SSS to grant calamity assistance to “Lando” affected members starting October 26

    The Social Security Commission, the policy-making body of the SSS has approved the grant of a calamity relief package for SSS members and pensioners affected by Typhoon Lando for calamity areas declared by the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC).
  • SSS extends OFWs' prescriptive period for sickness notifications to 35 days

    The Social Security System (SSS) gave 30 more days to the five-day prescriptive period for filing sickness notifications of overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) for their illnesses not requiring hospitalization, in consideration of their limited time and accessibility to SSS offices while abroad.
  • SSS holds special meeting with Nagkaisa Labor Coalition

    The Social Security System (SSS) held a special meeting with officials and members of the Nagkaisa Labor Coalition at the Executive Lounge of the SSS main office along East Avenue in Diliman, Quezon City on October 8.
  • Over 200 SSS properties for sale at easy payment terms at 10th Housing Fair

    The SSS has over 200 acquired properties such as houses and residential lots available for sale at flexible terms at the Housing Fair scheduled on October 16 to 18 at the SM Megatrade Hall 1, 5th Floor of SM Megamall Building B in Mandaluyong City.
  • Largest organization of Fil-Chinese businessmen wins SSS Top Employer award

    The SSS awarded the Federation of Filipino-Chinese Chambers of Commerce and Industry, Inc. (FFCCCII) as this year’s national winner of the small/medium Top Employer category during the SSS Balikat ng Bayan Awards held at the Ramon Magsaysay Hall of the SSS main office in Diliman, Quezon City on September 18.
  • SSS cites PNB for consistent performance as paying commercial bank

    The SSS named the PNB as one of this year’s recipients of the SSS Balikat ng Bayan Special Citation as an SSS paying commercial bank during the awarding ceremonies held last September 18 at the Ramon Magsaysay Hall of the SSS main office in Diliman, Quezon City.
  • SSS cites ILO for role in social protection of typhoon-hit workers

    The SSS gave the International Labour Organization (ILO) the SSS Balikat ng Bayan Special Citation in recognition of the ILO’s efforts to provide social protection for thousands of workers in areas devastated by typhoons Yolanda (Haiyan) and Ruby (Hagupit) through subsidies for SSS contributions and opportunities for emergency employment.
  • Diocese-run organization lauded as SSS partner for serving the informal sector

    The SSS conferred the SSS Balikat ng Bayan Special Citation on SEDP-Simbag sa Pag-Asenso, Inc., a development-oriented association run by the Diocese of Legazpi, for its solid support for SSS initiatives to advance the welfare of self-employed and informal sector workers through its role as an accredited SSS servicing and collecting partner agent.
  • SSS earns P274.5-M from real estate properties, eyes P1.2-B year-end income

    The SSS has generated an income of P274.5 million during the first six months this year from the lease and sale of SSS-owned real estate properties such as residential and commercial lots, condominium units, buildings and parking lots, with year-end earnings seen to surpass P1.2 billion.
  • Man gets 4-year jail term for fraudulent SSS claim

    The Quezon City Regional Trial Court has sentenced a claimant attempting to obtain Social Security System (SSS) disability benefits for pulmonary tuberculosis using spurious medical documents to an imprisonment of over four years on top of paying a P5,000 fine.
  • Six-month SSS benefit payments in North Mindanao jump by 14 percent

    Benefit disbursements for SSS members in this city and the rest of Northern Mindanao reached P1.98 billion for the first six months of 2015, reflecting an increase of 14 percent from the P1.73 billion released for the same period last year.
  • Congratulations to the 2015 Balikat ng Bayan Awardees!

    View the complete list of awardees.
  • SSS recognizes top partners in 2015 Balikat ng Bayan Awards

    The SSS has recognized a total of 16 organizations as this year’s recipients of SSS Balikat ng Bayan Awards for their significant contributions in providing social protection to Filipino workers and helping the SSS expand the reach of its services in the Philippines and overseas.
  • Congratulations PCEO Emilio S. De Quiros, Jr. for winning the CEO Excel Award 2015!

    Social Security System (SSS) President and CEO Emilio S. de Quiros, Jr. was one of the awardees of the CEO Excel Awards for 2015, given by the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) Philippines in ceremonies held on September 14, 2015 at Grand Ballroom of InterContinental Hotel Manila, Ayala Avenue, Makati City.
  • SSS helps build classrooms for Yolanda-affected schoolchildren

    The SSS has extended financial assistance of P5.5 million for the reconstruction of classrooms at the town of Tanauan in Leyte province that were destroyed by Super Typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan) in 2013.
  • Hundreds of seniors join SSS Pensioners’ Day

    A total of 300 pensioners of the SSS participated in the SSS Pensioners’ Day hosted by the SSS Commonwealth and Batasan branches held at the Activity Center of the Robinsons Nova Market mall in Novaliches, Quezon City on August 28.
  • Series of benefit hikes highlighted in 58th anniversary exhibit

    The series of benefit enhancements done by the SSS in the past five years highlight the ongoing exhibit at the ground floor lobby of SSS Main Office along East Avenue in Diliman, Quezon City.
  • SSS extends coverage to 357 job order and contractual hires of three gov’t agencies

    The SSS has partnered with the Department of Transportation and Communication (DOTC), Lung Center of the Philippines (LCP) and the Presidential Commission for the Urban Poor (PCUP) for the SSS coverage of job order and contractual personnel from the said government offices.
  • SSS rated “Very Good” in fighting corruption, ranked 2nd among gov’t institutions

    The SSS earned a "Very Good" net sincerity rating of +57 for its efforts to fight corruption, placing second overall among government institutions based on the latest results of a periodic survey of business executives from hundreds of enterprises across the country.
  • SSS chief at ECOP meeting

    SSS President and Chief Executive Officer Emilio S. de Quiros, Jr. shared the highlights of SSS accomplishments for the last five years during the 11th Employers Confederation of the Philippines (ECOP) Members' General Meeting, which was held last August 13 at the Henry Sy, Sr. Auditorium of the St. Luke's Medical Center Global City in Taguig.
  • The SSS gallery presents: "SSS Maaasahang Proteksyon sa Kinabukasan"

    From September 1, 2015 until September 30, 2015 at the 2/f SSS Gallery, SSS Main Building, East Avenue, Diliman, Q.C. With participating artists: Josemari Alambro, Cee Cadid, Rene Canlas, Jerome Francisco, Oying Madrilejos, Roland Rosacay, Danny Santelises and Danny Sola.
  • SSS ensures social protection of PCUP job order and contractual workers

    A total of 87 job order and contractual workers of the Presidential Commission for the Urban Poor (PCUP) will soon have social security coverage after the Social Security System (SSS) inked an agreement with PCUP during ceremonies held at the DHC Building in Project 7, Quezon City on August 17.
  • New voluntary SSS retirement fund attracts P1-M savings from over 100 enrollees

    Even with the nationwide rollout still a few weeks away, the Social Security System’s (SSS) new retirement savings program for local workers has already drawn over 100 enrollees, with total investments now past the P1-million mark since its limited launch in 10 SSS branches in Metro Manila last May 2015.
  • SSS Candon Branch celebrates annual Pensioners Day

    More than 500 pensioners covered by SSS Candon Branch joined the fun and festivity during the annual Pensioners Day held on July 29, 2015 at Tagudin Municipal Auditorium, Tagudin, Ilocos Sur.
  • SSS chief visits OFWs in Europe

    As part of its coverage and collection efforts, the SSS led by SSS President and Chief Executive Officer Emilio S. de Quiros, Jr. recently visited Rome, Italy and other countries in Europe to encourage OFWs in the continent to register as SSS members so that they can enjoy social security benefits upon their retirement in the Philippines.
  • SSS inks pact with Luxembourg for social security protection

    SSS officials led by President and Chief Executive Officer Emilio S. de Quiros, Jr. visited the cities of Moscow, Rome, Milan, Luxembourg and Paris from May 9 to 19, 2015 as part of its coverage drive to reach out to Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs) and meet with the Filipino Communities in Europe to brief them on the importance of various SSS programs and services.
  • Seven charities receive donations from SSS officials, employees

    (SSS President and Chief Executive Officer Emilio S. de Quiros Jr. headed the turnover of donations to charitable institutions for the sick, the poor, the elderly, and children with special needs during ceremonies held at the SSS Gallery at the SSS main office in Diliman, Quezon City on July 28.
  • SSS opens Tondo Branch

    SSS formally opened a new branch in Tondo, Manila located at ST. Condominium, Masangkay cor. Bambang, Tondo, Manila on July 28, 2015. SSS Tondo Branch will serve 27,099 members and 4,080 employers.
  • SSS cites expanding reach and services in Samar forum

    SSS President and Chief Executive Officer Emilio de Quiros, Jr. shared key updates in the agency’s campaign to boost members’ accessibility to SSS services during the SSS Stakeholders’ Forum held at the Ciriaco Hotel and Resort at Calbayog City, Samar on July 14.
  • SSS to pay higher funeral grants

    The SSS will pay higher funeral benefits beginning August this year following the approval by President Benigno Aquino III of the benefit enhancement.
  • SSS Celebrates Pensioner's Day in San Mateo, Rizal

    It was a day of fun and laughter for the pensioners of the Social Security System (SSS) in San Mateo, Rizal when the annual Pensioner's Day was held at Max's Garden Restaurant, Gen. Luna St., Ampid I, San Mateo, Rizal on June 26, 2015.
  • SSS benefit payments increase by 4.8 percent in Western Visayas

    The SSS released a total of P2.46 billion in benefit payments to its members in Western Visayas from January to April 2015 higher by 4.8 percent than the same period last year.
  • SSS benefit payments in Central Visayas shoot up to P2.04B

    Calbayog City, Samar – The Social Security System (SSS) paid out to members in Central Visayas P2.04 billion in benefits for the first four months of 2015, posting a double-digit growth from the same period last year.
  • SSS chief holds talk with Roxas City employers

    Roxas City, Capiz --- SSS President and Chief Executive Officer Emilio S. de Quiros, Jr met with 175 employers and company representatives during a Stakeholders’ Forum on June 30.
  • SSS deploys mobile E-centers in far-flung areas

    Social Security System (SSS) offices in the Western Visayas region have extended their resources to remote communities to enable residents in these areas to have easier access to social security services, including registering as members and updating their membership.
  • SSS meets with stakeholders in Aklan

    Top Social Security System (SSS) officials led by SSS President and Chief Executive Officer Emilio S. de Quiros Jr. recently met with 125 employers and members during a Stakeholders’ Forum in Kalibo, Aklan.
  • SSS opens third branch in Muntinlupa

    The Social Security System (SSS) opened its third branch in Muntinlupa City at Estrellita Bldg., Tierra Nueva Commercial Complex, Alabang-Zapote Road, Alabang, Muntinlupa City. Formally inaugurated on June 19, 2015, SSS Alabang-Zapaote Branch serves around 40,000 employees and 5,000 employers in the areas of Ayala Alabang, Cupang, Sucat and Almanza-Uno.
  • SSS covers more informal sector groups in Western Visayas

    Nearly 11,000 members of 109 informal sector groups (ISGs) and associations in Western Visayas will now have social security coverage under the SSS AlkanSSSya program.
  • No planned hike in monthly contributions

    The Social Security System (SSS) clarified that it has no plan to increase the current contribution rate in the immediate future, contrary to recent reports.
  • SSS cites structural reforms to improve fund life

    The SSS will require structural reforms such as a contribution rate hike or an increase in the statutory cap for SSS contributions to improve its Fund life.
  • SSS opens Tanay, Rizal branch

    SSS formally opened a new branch in Tanay, Rizal on June 10, 2015. Located at Km. 54, Manila East Road, Barangay Tandang Kutyo, Tanay Rizal, SSS-Tanay Branch will serve members from seven municipalities of Rizal namely; Tanay, Morong, Cardona, Teresa, Pililia, Baras and Jala-Jala.
  • SSS chief - reforms spur benefit growth

    The SSS saw an increase in benefit payments and improved actuarial position after structural reforms were taken in January last year said SSS President and CEO Emilio S. de Quiros Jr., adding that the state-agency has so far paid P139.2 billion in total benefits since January 2014 or 52 percent higher than 2013 record.
  • Bayan Palengke TODA joins AlkanSSSya Program

    Fifty-two tricycle operators-drivers of Bayan Palengke TODA in Quezon City joins the AlkanSSSya Program during the mass launching led by SSS President and Chief Executive Officer Emilio de Quiros, Jr.
  • SSS opens second branch in Mandaluyong City

    The SSS has inaugurated its second branch in Mandaluyong City on June 5, 2015 to serve about 23,000 members in the area.
  • SSS opens Deparo Branch

    The SSS opened another branch in Caloocan City to cater to the needs of around 15,000 employees, 2,000 employers, 1,800 self-employed and 2,300 voluntary members in the area.
  • SSS beefs up social services in Boracay Island

    More than 20,000 workers in Boracay Island will soon enjoy social protection benefits from the Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) signed by the SSS, DOLE, PhilHealth, Pag-Ibig, and the Local Government of Malay, Aklan.
  • RTC Quezon City, Pasay City convict four employers for non-remittance of SSS contributions

    Four (4) employers were convicted for non-remittance of SSS contributions of their employees in violation of Section 28(e) of Republic Act 8282 or the Social Security Act of 1997.
  • SSS makes processing of benefit claims for Kentex victims easy

    The SSS said today that it will use the masterlist of Kentex fire victims issued by the City Government of Valenzuela as basis for processing of funeral and death benefits.
  • Airport JO and contractual hires join AlkanSSSya program

    The SSS Iloilo Central Branch recently signed a memorandum of agreement with the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) – Area VI for the coverage of their 100 job order (JO) and contractual employees under the SSS AlkanSSSya Program.
  • Government agencies unite for business reforms

    Twelve government agencies, including the SSS, gathered on April 14 at the JV del Rosario Hall of the AIM Conference Center in Makati City for the signing ceremonies and formal launching of reforms under the National Competitiveness Council (NCC)’s Gameplan 3.0 synergizing government processes related to easing the conduct of business in the Philippines.
  • SSS Peso fund membership starts to soar

    The SSS is now accepting membership applications for the Personal Equity and Savings Option (PESO) Fund in 10 of the following pilot SSS branches in the National Capital Region: Legarda, Diliman, Cubao, San Francisco Del Monte, Pasig-Shaw, Mandaluyong, Taguig, Makati-Gil Puyat, Alabang and Pasay-Roxas Boulevard.
  • San Bartolome TODA joins AlkanSSSya Program

    SSS President and Chief Executive Officer Emilio de Quiros, Jr. and Quezon City Vice Mayor Joy Belmonte led the mass launching of the AlkanSSSya Program in Quezon City on March 10 at the Quezon City Hall covered walkway.
  • SSS holds talk with stakeholders in South Luzon

    Top SSS officials faced employers and company representatives here during the Stakeholders’ Forum to discuss the latest news about SSS operations in South Luzon
  • SSS covers 49 Informal Sector Groups in Quezon City

    The Social Security System recently launched the AlkanSSSya Program to 40 tricycle-operators-drivers associations (TODA), seven market vendor associations, one barangay unit, and one pedicab-operators-drivers association (PODA) with initial registration of 1,736 members in Quezon City.
  • Oton LGU’s contractual and JO personnel join SSS e-AlkanSSSya

    The SSS through its Molo branch and the local government of Oton in Iloilo inked a pact for the benefit of some 80 job order and contractual employees, who are now covered as self-employed members under the e-AlkanSSSya program.
  • SSS Flexi-fund incentives up by 75% in 2014

    A total of 37,612 qualified OFWs with active accounts under the Social Security System’s Flexi-fund Program received 75 percent higher additional income on their savings, driven by increased investment earnings.
  • SSS to Setup Help Desk in Valenzuela

    The SSS will setup a Help Desk in the City Government of Valenzuela on May 20, 2015 to assist the families of the victims of fire that ravaged a factory in the city last Wednesday.
  • SSS hosts DevComNet

    The SSS hosted the Development Communication Coordinating Network (DevComNet) last April 29, 2015 at the Ramon Magsaysay Hall, SSS Main Office Diliman, Quezon City.
  • SSS covers members from three coops

    The SSS will have 1,800 new members every year from three cooperatives that it recently accredited as partner agents in collecting member’s contributions and providing other social security services.
  • SSS covers JOs and contractual employees of MMDA and MIAA

    Social security coverage of more than 5,000 job order and contractual employees of the MMDA and the Manila International Airport Authority will now be ensured after the SSS forged partnerships with the two government agencies.
  • SSS inaugurates Navotas City Branch

    The SSS inaugurated its first branch in Navotas City on April 17 to encourage membership in the area.
  • Pag-Asa TODA joins AlkanSSSya program

    SSS President and Chief Executive Officer Emilio de Quiros, Jr. and Quezon City Vice Mayor Joy Belmonte led the mass launching of the AlkanSSSya Program in Quezon City on March 10 at the Quezon City Hall covered walkway.
  • Economia Vendors Association joins AlkanSSSya program

    SSS President and Chief Executive Officer Emilio de Quiros, Jr. and Quezon City Vice Mayor Joy Belmonte led the mass launching of the AlkanSSSya Program in Quezon City on March 10 at the Quezon City Hall covered walkway.
  • SSS voluntary provident fund opens enrollment

    The SSS is now accepting enrollment applications for the Personal Equity and Savings Option (SSS-PESO) Fund program, a provident-fund scheme that aims to increase savings among SSS members, particularly for building their retirement fund.
  • SSS Advisory sa mga SSS Pensioners

    Ang manual verification ng mahigit 89 milyong contribution records mula 1985-1989 ay patuloy na isnisagawa ng naatasang SSS Special Team upang mai-post sa records ninyo, may isinumite man kyong request o wala.
  • SSS holds talk with stakeholders in South Luzon

    Batangas City --- Top SSS officials faced employers and company representatives here during the Stakeholders’ Forum to discuss the latest news about SSS operations in South Luzon.
  • SSS inaugurates Parañaque Tambo Branch

    The SSS opens another full service branch with UMID facility in Parañaque City to cater to 338,044 employees and 3,643 employers in the area.
  • SSS issues warning against all delinquent employers

    The SSS warned all delinquent member-employers to strictly comply with Republic Act 8282 or the Social Security Act of 1997 by religiously paying the contributions and salary loan payments of their employees and remit them to SSS.
  • SSS covers 142 indigent residents of Titik, Sindangan, Zamboanga del Norte

    A total of 142 indigent individuals of Barangay Titik, 47 kilometers from the town of Sindangan, Zamboanga del Norte are now covered as self-employed members under the Expanded Self-Employed Program of the SSS.
  • SSS opens new office for Davao City residents

    The SSS has recently opened a new branch in Gaisano Mall at Ilustre Street in Davao to provide additional service point for members residing within the first district of the city.
  • UMID Card Delivery Schedule

    The Social Security System announces that SSS Unified Multi-Purpose ID (UMID) card will be delivered to its member’s mailing address approximately two weeks from the date of card release for NCR residents and four weeks for areas outside NCR.
  • Philippines Makes Doing Business Easier

    The Philippines today unveiled reforms simplifying the process of starting a business to 6 steps and 8 days, down from the existing set-up requiring 16 steps and 34 days. The government also announced e-government initiatives for accessible and convenient online transactions for payroll-related payments to Philhealth and Pag-IBIG, reducing the number of payments from 36 to 13 per year.
  • Galas Market Vendors join AlkanSSSya program

    SSS President and Chief Executive Officer Emilio de Quiros, Jr. led the mass launching of the AlkanSSSya Program in Quezon City on March 10 at the Quezon City Hall covered walkway.
  • SSS opens new office in Northern Mindanao

    Around 7,600 members of the SSS) in Cagayan de Oro City now have easier and more convenient access to SSS services with the opening of the new SSS Lapasan office, the 30th full-service SSS branch in Mindanao.
  • Dagupan jeepney drivers get social protection subsidy

    Some 73 jeepney drivers and operators in Dagupan City will each receive a P200 subsidy from Colegio de Dagupan (CdD) to pay their SSS contributions after the signing of a Memorandum of Agreement among SSS-Dagupan Branch, Downtown Loop Utility Express (DOLUJEX), Bonuan Binloc Operators/Drivers Association (BINODA) and CdD.
  • SSS warns against fraudulent claimants

    The SSS warns the public against filing fraudulent claims following the decision of La Union Municipal Trial Court in Cities (MTCC), Branch II to sentence an SSS claimant found guilty of falsification of public documents.
  • La Union RTC orders 20 years max imprisonment for not paying SSS

    San Fernando Regional Trial Court in La Union sentenced to a maximum of 20 years in prison the manager of a security agency for failing to pay the SS contributions of his security guards.
  • Nearly 65,000 students benefit from SSS Educ-Assist

    A total of 64,912 college or vocational-tech students have benefited from the Educational Assistance Loan Program (Educ-Assist), a joint program of the SSS and the National Government.
  • SSS to issue certifications for Taiwan-bound OFWs

    Starting March 16, 2015, the SSS will receive request for certifications of UMID card applications of members applying for working visa in Taiwan.
  • SSS covers 167 informal sector groups in South Luzon

    The SSS has covered a total of 167 informal sector groups (ISGs) and associations, representing about 17,895 members in South Luzon under the agency's AlkanSSSya program as of year-end 2014.
  • SSS Opens 3rd Branch in Batangas

    The SSS opened its third branch in Lemery, Batangas on March 12, 2015 to serve its 25,000 members from 13 municipalities in the area.
  • More SSS offices earn ISO certification

    The SSS has achieved additional ISO 9001 Quality Management System certification of compliance for the registration and coverage processes of four of its branches, marking another milestone of its achievement in 2014, a top official said.
  • Ten-year prescriptive period set for re-adjudicating retirement, disability and death claims

    Members seeking to have their settled retirement, death or disability claims with the SSS re-adjudicated or re-evaluated have up to ten years to file their requests. This prescriptive period also applies for petitions contesting settled claims before the Social Security Commission (SSC).
  • SSS opens new branch in Davao City

    About 50,000 members of the SSS will have easier access to its services as it opened a new branch in Gaisano Grand Mall at Ilustre Street in Davao.
  • SSS meets Tagbilaran media and stakeholders

    Top SSS officials met with employers and members of the media during a stakeholders' forum and Kapihan sa SSS in Bohol, Tagbilaran City this month.
  • SSS inaugurates new office for Manila residents

    The SSS has inaugurated a new branch in Sta.Mesa, Manila to benefit about 22,000 members residing within the area and nearby districts of Paco, Pandacan and Sta. Ana.
  • SSS opens new office in Cebu

    The SSS has opened a full-service branch at Gaisano Grand Fiesta Mall in Tabunok, Talisay City, Cebu to serve members in the municipalities of Talisay, Minglanilla, Naga, San Fernando and Carcar.
  • Farmers to get subsidy for SSS payment

    The provincial government of Isabela will now subsidize the contributions of around 10,000 marginalized farmers to the SSS as contained in the memorandum of agreement it signed with the state-agency last January 30.
  • SSS offers members option to sell shares for delinquent stock investment and privatization fund loans

    The SSS is calling on members with outstanding loans under the Stock Investment Loan Program and the Privatization Fund Loan Program to avail themselves of the option to sell their shares of stocks under the two programs.
  • SSS Inaugurates SSS Dasmariñas Branch

    About 703,209 members in Cavite will have easier access to services of the SSS when it opened SSS Dasmariñas Branch last December 12, 2014.
  • Palawan LGU signs SSS pact for employees' coverage

    More than 300 job order and contractual employees of the Municipal Government of Taytay, Palawan LGU can now gain access to financial assistance during times of contingencies such as maternity, sickness, disability, retirement or old age, and death as self-employed members of the SSS.
  • SSS opens new office in Talisay, Cebu

    The SSS expects to increase its current membership base of 17,000 in the southern part of Cebu as it opens a new branch in Talisay, Cebu on February 4, 2015.
  • SSS sees growth in membership in Central Visayas

    Tagbilaran, Bohol --- The SSS reported a 3.9-percent increase in membership in Central Visayas with almost 2.4 million members as of November 2014 from 2.3 million in 2013.
  • SSS payments via mobile phones to open to members

    Mobile payments to SSS will be available soon with the memorandum of agreement signed between the state agency and G-XChange Inc.
  • SSS extends services abroad with 20 offices

    State-run SSS is pushing for wider coverage of Filipinos abroad with 20 Offices now in Asia, Middle East and Europe, three of which were recently opened in Toronto, Tokyo and Muscat.