Updates from SSS, PhilHealth, and Pag-IBIG that you must read

Updates from SSS, PhilHealth, and Pag-IBIG that you must read

“Never spend your money before you have it.”

-Thomas Jefferson-

 

 SSS Mobile App Online Payment via BPI

Good news, mga Kabayan! The SSS proudly brings you SSS Mobile App upgraded version that allows individual members to pay their contributions thru BPI.

This photo was taken from: Facebook: Philippine Social Security System – SSS

 

With the recent launch of BPI payments of SSS contributions, most SSS individual members are delighted with the convenience it offers. The SSS individual members will now enjoy the real-time posting of contributions and smooth and faster transactions.

 

SSS steps up digitalization drive expands online services

This photo was taken from: Facebook: Philippine Social Security System – SSS

 

In lieu of the recent BPI feature, SSS will add more online services to improve its efforts towards the digitalization of transactions by members and employers. In light of the government’s physical distancing and health guidelines implemented to prevent the spread of COVID-19, SSS President and CEO Ignacio have said that the initiative aims to meet the need to take SSS services within reach of its members, pensioners, covered employers, and the general public.

“With the continuous digitalization of SSS processes, there is a need for our stakeholders to familiarize themselves on how to use our online facilities. We encourage them to join our webinars to monitor our posts on social media,” Ignacio concluded.

 

Philippine Health Insurance Corporation – PhilHealth Membership Portal

Another good news, mga Kabayan! PhilHealth launched its PhilHealth Member Portal. With its member portal, you may stay updated with your membership record, download and print your Member Data Record (MDR), check your contributions, and pay for your premiums online.

To create an account, you may visit https://memberinquiry.philhealth.gov.ph/member

This photo was taken from: Facebook: Philippine Health Insurance Corporation – PhilHealth

 

Pag-IBIG posts P31.18B net income in 2020

This photo was taken from: Facebook: Pag-IBIG Fund (HMDF)

 

Another good news, mga Kabayan! Last 2020, Pag-IBIG posted a net income of P31.18B. Moreover, the Pag-IBIG was able to post in four consecutive years over P30 billion net income despite the economic downturn caused by the COVID-19 Pandemic.

Because of this, Pag-IBIG members will enjoy a dividend rate of 5.62% on Regular Savings and 6.12% on MP2 Savings.

“Considering the challenges that we faced last year, achieving over P31 billion in net income is an achievement itself. With such earnings and the dividend approval by our Board, we are extending the most benefit to our members without risking the strong financial standing of the Fund, especially during these difficult times,” Pag-IBIG Fund CEO Acmad Rizaldy P. Moti stated.

With this kind of great news, we are now encouraged to save for our future. Saving through SSS, PhilHealth, and Pag-IBIG Fund can guarantee financial stability in the long run. The continuous growth of these funds highlights that it can have capital gains in the future and assure that your hard-earned money will not be gone to waste. I encourage my fellow Filipinos to save now and enjoy the benefits in the future.

 

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