How to Check Your SSS Contribution through Online Inquiry

by Gily Tenorio on June 27, 2012

in SSS


Do you know how to check your SSS contribution through online inquiry at SSS website? Knowing how much your contribution is very important since it can give you an information on the amount of money you have already paid to SSS.

Social Security System (SSS) is the Philippine-government agency that manages the pension paid by the employee and employer of a company or from individual contributors like self-employed, OFW and entrepreneurs. If you are working in a company, it is your right to demand for an SSS membership and to know if your employer is paying your contribution to SSS on the proper time.

In order to check whether your employer is paying the SSS contribution, you can verify it through online inquiry. But before you can do this, you have to pay your recent contribution because you need an official receipt when creating and accessing your account online. You should provide any receipt number found on the RS5 Receipt Form of SSS paid at least 6 months prior to the current date of member registration.

If you are self-employed or entrepreneur who pay your contribution directly to SSS, you should know several information before you can check your SSS contribution online. On the other hand, if you’re an employee for a certain company, I assume that your company is paying your SSS contribution on a regular basis. You need your employer’s SSS ID number in order for you to register as a member of SSS and consequently make an online inquiry.

How to Register as an SSS Member

Before you can make an online inquiry to know your contribution, you must register first as an SSS member. Here are the procedures on how you can register.

1. First, you have to visit the website of SSS at Bookmark it for future use.

2. On the left-hand side of the site, you can see the Member login form. Click on the link Sign Up as a Member. You can see the link below.

SSS Registration

3. You need your SSS number, personal information and a valid e-mail during the registration. After clicking the Submit button, an email will be sent to your registered email.

4. When you click the link from the email that was sent to you, a new Member Registration page will appear. There, you need to complete filling out the form. The information you need to supply can be seen below.

SSS Registration

5. If you are self-employed, voluntary, non-working spouse or OFW, you need any official receipt number found on the RS5 Receipt Form of SSS that was paid at least 6 months prior to the current date of registration. Therefore, in order to complete your registration, you must pay your contribution if you haven’t pay yet. See the picture below.

SSS Registration 2

6. If you are employed or household worker, you need your Employer’s SSS ID number in order to complete your registration.

7. After completing your registration, you will receive through email your SSS user ID and password that you will use to log in.

How to Make an SSS Online Inquiry

After getting your SSS user ID and password, you are now ready to make an online inquiry. First, go to SSS website and then log in to your SSS member account.

When you successfully log in, you can see the “Online Inquiry” tab on the left-hand side of the page. If you click it, a new window will appear that looks like the picture below.

SSS inquiry

You can see your total SSS contribution when you click the Member Info menu and then choose the “Actual Premiums”. In that page, you can see your total number of contributions and the total amount you contributed to SSS.

Final Note

When making an SSS online inquiry, you need to register first as a member if you didn’t register before. After registration, you can get a user ID and password which you can use to log in to your SSS account. If you have other information you want to share about SSS, you can leave your comment below. You may also:

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About the Author:

GilGil Tenorio is a blogger, a husband, a father, and an active Christian. He likes playing guitar, C.S. Lewis, Plants and Zombies and NBA. Follow him at Facebook, Google+, YouTube and Twitter. Thanks!


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ruperto nambio December 1, 2012 at 05:53

Your post about SSS for beginners were okey. How about posting how SSS make their computation on SSS pensions. My experience with the Italian social pension called INPS is quite different than our SSS. Here the INPS, normally before arriving the pension age, they sent an statement of contributions to the pensioner to be. From the statement given a pensioner to be have the opportunity to say, to comment, or to submit any descripancy/ies and/or update his/her contributions. While our SSS Phils is not doing it. Just give your contributions. No statements given back. When the time the pensioner has to receive his/her pension no computations is given, how the amount of pension was computed. So, in this regard, I believe your site can give insights or helps to pensioners to be informed in their pension’ computation. Thanks.

Gil December 1, 2012 at 08:19

Hi Ruperto,

Thanks for sharing your experience. It will be helpful for other people.

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