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SSS membership tally now more than 40 million, advises use of digital systems to serve more members

The Social Security System (SSS) announced that there are 40.49 million covered members as of April 2021, allowing it to expand social security protection services to more individuals, particularly in times of contingencies. About 76 percent or 30.77 million are employed members, while 5.03 million are voluntary paying members, 3.35 million are self-employed members, and [&hellip

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SSS website registration hits 2-M mark

The Social Security System (SSS) surpassed the two-million mark in the total number of SSS website registrations last year, with a record 645,496 online enrollees in 2012, up by 55 percent from the previous high of 416,771 web registrants in 2011. SSS President and Chief Executive Officer Emilio de Quiros, Jr. attributed the surge in [&hellip

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SSS earns international citation for initiatives to promote inclusive growth

The Social Security System (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. SSS Senior Vice President for Administration Group May Catherine Ciriaco [&hellip

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SSS to open offices on Saturdays of June for ‘kasambahay’ registration

Social Security System (SSS) branches nationwide will open for business on four consecutive Saturdays in June to enable household employers and domestic workers or ‘kasambahay’, such as maids, nursemaids or yaya, gardeners, cooks and laundry women, to register with SSS. SSS President and Chief Executive Officer Emilio de Quiros, Jr. said all its branches will [&hellip

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SSS net earnings rise 42 percent to P18.7-B in 1st half of 2012

The Social Security System (SSS) reached a net revenue of P18.69 billion in the first six months of 2012, higher by 42 percent than its P13.14 billion net income in the first half of 2011, due to higher earnings from contributions and investments that complemented its measures to ensure efficient spending. SSS President and Chief [&hellip

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