Have you ever wondered how much you need to contribute to SSS as a household employer or kasambahay? Understanding the SSS contribution table can be confusing with all the different brackets, percentages, and rules. Don’t worry – this article breaks it down in simple terms so you can be sure you are complying with the law and your kasambahay is protected.
SSS Contribution Household Employers Table 2023
Now, let us turn our attention to the SSS contribution table for household employers and kasambahays.
It is important to note that under the Domestic Workers Act or the Batas Kasambahay, employers are obligated to pay the entire SSS contribution of their kasambahays if they earn less than P5,000 per month.
This is just one of the many benefits that Kasambahays are entitled to under the law.
To ensure minimum wage compliance and protect the rights of domestic workers, labor laws have been put in place to regulate the employment of kasambahays. As household employers, it is important to be aware of these laws and fulfill our obligations as employers.
This includes providing our kasambahays with the necessary benefits, such as SSS contributions, to ensure their well-being and security.
By following these guidelines, we can create a harmonious and respectful working environment for both employers and kasambahays alike.
When to Pay Contributions
SSS contributions need to be paid last day of every month. For example. You can pay at any SSS branch, through the SSS website, or through accredited payment centers.
If contributions are not paid on time, penalties will apply. You’ll also disrupt your kasambahay’s eligibility for SSS benefits so it’s crucial to pay on time.
Benefits of Kasambahays SSS Contribution
Some of the benefits your kasambahay is entitled to through SSS include:
- Sickness benefits if they can’t work due to illness
- Maternity benefits for pregnant kasambahay
- Retirement pension when they reach 60 years old
- Disability benefits if they have a work-related disability
- Death benefits for their beneficiaries if they pass away
So you can see why it’s so important to comply with SSS contributions – it protects your kasambahay and provides them with financial security.