How to Make SSS Payments Online

The SSS Online Payment channels offer an efficient solution for SS members to submit their monthly contributions through the internet, offering convenience and ensuring safety by minimizing physical transactions. Accessible to all members, including the self-employed, voluntary members, and OFWs, this option ensures contributions are posted instantly and can be completed at any time.

Members can expect a range of remittance channels for their convenience, including online banking, mobile apps, and e-wallets, as well as reduced service fees for both online and over-the-counter transactions. This streamlined service is designed to make the payment process as straightforward as possible, helping members keep up with their contributions hassle-free.

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What is SSS Online Payment?

SS Online Payment is a service that allows members of the Social Security System in the Philippines to make their monthly contributions through the internet. This service is accessible to all SS members, including voluntary, self-employed, and Overseas Filipino Workers (OFWs).

Significance of this Facility

SSS online payment options revolutionize contribution management. They offer 24/7 access, eliminate travel and wait times, and provide instant confirmation and record-keeping. This convenience can encourage more consistent contributions, while the secure platform reduces the risk of loss and improves transparency.  Overall, these online facilities benefit both members and the agency by streamlining the process and promoting a modern, user-friendly system.

Legal Basis

SSS online remittance is anchored on the mandate of the agency to provide more accessible means for members to comply with their contributions, as stated in the Social Security Act.


  • Convenience: Avoid long lines and travel time.
  • Safety: Minimize the risks associated with physical transactions.
  • Instant Posting: Payments are reflected immediately.
  • Accessibility: Available 24/7, anywhere with internet access.


All registered SS members with a valid Payment Reference Number (PRN) can use this facility.


  • Active SS membership
  • My.SSS account
  • Payment Reference Number (PRN)

Convenient SS Contribution Channels

SSS offers various convenient channels for you to pay your contributions and generate your Payment Reference Number (PRN). Here’s a breakdown of your options:

Online Platforms:

  • SSS Website: Log in to the official SSS website to process your remittance and generate the PRN directly.
  • Internet Banking: Pay through your bank’s online platform or utilize the eGov BANCNET facility for a seamless experience.

Mobile Solutions:

  • SSS Mobile App: Download and utilize the SSS Mobile App to conveniently pay your contributions directly using your smartphone.
  • E-Wallets: For added ease, opt for digital wallets like GCash and PayMaya (Maya) to settle your SS contributions online.

Step-by-Step Guide on How to Benefit from SSS Online Payments

  1. Get Your PRN: Secure your Payment Reference Number through a text message from SSS, by calling their hotline, or by logging into your My.SSS account online.
  2. Choose Your Payment Option: Decide whether to pay via Bancnet, GCash, or other SSS-accredited payment platforms.
  3. Log In and Navigate: Access the chosen remittance platform, enter your PRN, and other required details.
  4. Enter Payment Details: Specify the amount and the applicable period for your contribution.
  5. Confirm and Pay: Review the details, confirm your transaction, and proceed with the remittance.
  6. Verify Payment: Check the SSS website under “E-SERVICES” then “Actual Premiums” to confirm if your payment is posted.

Recent Updates

SSS Implements Reduced Service Fees for Online Payments and Over-the-Counter Transactions

The Social Security System in the Philippines has recently implemented a reduction in service fees for online remittance channels and over-the-counter transactions. SSS-accredited collecting banks and remittance and transfer companies are now required to lower and cap the fees at P8 per transaction for online payments and P10 per transaction for over-the-counter payments. This fee reduction greatly benefits SS members, including self-employed and voluntary members, overseas Filipino workers, farmers and fishermen, non-working spouses, and employed SS members contributing to the Worker’s Investment and Savings Program Plus. (Philstar Global)

SSS Consolidated Loan Program: Easy Repayment Options for Members with Unsettled Loans

Members of the Social Security System with outstanding loan settlements can now take advantage of the Consolidated Loan Program. This program, which came into effect in September 2022, offers a convenient and affordable payment scheme for short-term member loans, including salary, calamity, or emergency loans that are overdue. With waived penalties, borrowers can easily manage their loan repayments.

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Paleng-QR Program Launched to Promote Cashless Payments in Brgy. Binaritan, Morong, Bataan

Government agencies including the Social Security System joined the launch of the Paleng-QR Program in Brgy. Binaritan, Morong, Bataan. The collaboration between the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) and the Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG), aims to foster a digital payments ecosystem by encouraging cashless transactions in public markets and local transportation. SSS Balanga Branch Head Joel Villafuerte, Morong Mayor Hon. Cynthia L. Estanislao, and Bataan Governor Hon. Jose Enrique S. Garcia III were among the distinguished guests at the event, which also drew participation from other prominent organizations such as BSP, PAG-IBIG Fund,Landbank of the Philippines, MAYA Philippines, and GCash Philippines.


Video: How to Pay SSS Contribution Payment Online

The Social Security System is now offering more convenient ways for its members to pay their contributions. Individual members can use the SSS mobile app and other accredited collecting partners’ websites, such as Robinsons Bank Corporation, Security Bank Corporation, and Union Bank of the Philippines. Business and household employers also have online remittance options, including SBC Digibanker and UnionBank Online App. Additionally, an Auto Debit Arrangement is available for all payors through several participating banks. These online channels provide a safe and convenient way to fulfill SS contribution settlement without having to visit SSS branches.


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