Employers offered online payment channels by SSS

The Social Security System (SSS) on Friday announced that regular and household employers may now remit their SSS contributions through several online payment facilities.

“Over the years, we have established a strong partnership with our various bank collection partners who played a significant role in our contribution collections from our members and employers as well. It is why we tapped the internet banking services offered by our partner banks so they can remit their employees’ monthly contributions at their own convenience,” SSS President and Chief Executive Officer Aurora C. Ignacio was quoted in a statement as saying.

Web facilities such as Digibanker and UnionBank Online may now be utilized for the remittance of SSS contributions both for regular and household employers and Bizlink for regular employers only, SSS said.

A dozen eGov BancNet member banks are also available to accept employer’s SSS payments online, the SSS added.

Aside from these online payment facilities, they may use their My.SSS accounts for the following: to check their employees’ contribution payments and loan repayments; generate PRN; monitor the status of their submitted sickness and maternity reimbursement claims; certify their employees’ salary loan and retirement; and, submit maternity notification, sickness notification, employment report form (Form R1A), contribution collection list (Form R-3), and loan collection list (Form ML-2).

“This is the reason why we launch[ed] ExpreSSS, which maximizes the use of our online facilities amid the pandemic for a safer, faster and more convenient way of transacting and receiving their benefit reimbursements from SSS,” Ignacio said.

“Moreover, we encourage all our employers to enroll their PESONet participating bank accounts through the Disbursement Account Enrollment Module (DAEM) at My.SSS for immediate crediting of their reimbursements,” she added.


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