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about 2 weeks ago

The SSS is hoping to implement by January, at the latest, its proposal for a 1.5 percent increase in monthly contributions, from the existing 11 percent to 12.5 percent.

about 2 weeks ago

The Social Security System or SSS is considering raising monthly contributions this coming January, or even earlier. Officials say this will guarantee the pension fund's stability. The increase was supposed to take effect in May with the 1,000 pension hike, but this was put on hold.

about 5 months ago

More than 200,000 pensioners are expected to receive the additional benefit.

about 6 months ago

Officials of the Social Security System or SSS made the rounds today at a popular shopping center in San Juan. That, as it launches a new campaign called "RACE" or "Run After Contribution Evaders," aimed at pressuring business owners to comply with the law and raise the ceiling of contributions.

about 6 months ago

The Social Security System launches the Run After Contribution Evaders campaign on Thursday, in response to reports that some employees do not receive their benefits.

about 7 months ago

Social Security System pensioners have received ₱1,000 as a result of the pension hike, with two more retroactive payments scheduled later this month.

about 7 months ago

After a long wait, Social Security System pensioners can now get their additional ₱1,000 benefit. It's retroactive, so the remaining amount due them will be released in the coming weeks.

about 8 months ago

Social Security System president Emmanuel Dooc says formal advice from Malacañang is required; release expected by end-February.

about 8 months ago

President Rodrigo Duterte earlier approved the pension hike for Social Security System, but it entailed a higher contribution rate. Several business groups and human resource professionals are now voicing out their dissent against the contribution increase, as it may hurt the companies' competitiveness and the workers' welfare.