SSS ex­tends con­tri­bu­tion pay­ment dead­line to June

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The So­cial Se­cu­rity Sys­tem (SSS) has ex­tended the pay­ment dead­line for con­tri­bu­tions pay­ment for em­ploy­ers and in­di­vid­ual mem­bers for the pe­riod of Jan­uary to June 2019.

The new pay­ment sched­ule al­lows reg­u­lar em­ploy­ers (ERs) and house­hold em­ploy­ers (HRs) who are pay­ing con­tri­bu­tions monthly, can pay their obli­ga­tions un­til the end of the fol­low­ing month. For ex­am­ple, the dead­line for pay­ment of con­tri­bu­tions for March 2019 will be on April 30, 2019.

Fur­ther, HRs can now pay con­tri­bu­tions on a quar­terly ba­sis. They can pay any or all of the months of a cal­en­dar quar­ter. The cal­en­dar quar­ters are Jan­uary to March, April to June, July to Septem­ber, and Oc­to­ber to De­cem­ber. The pay­ment dead­line for HRs will be un­til the end of the month fol­low­ing the ap­pli­ca­ble cal­en­dar quar­ter. For ex­am­ple, the dead­line for pay­ment of con­tri­bu­tions for the first quar­ter of the year (Jan­uary to March) will be on April 30.

The con­tri­bu­tion pay­ment dead­line for self­em­ployed, vol­un­tary and non-work­ing spouse (SE/VM/NWS) mem­bers was also re­vised un­der the new guide­lines. Con­tri­bu­tion pay­ments from Jan­uary to June 2019 can be paid un­til July 31, whether they are pay­ing on a monthly, quar­terly or semi-an­nual ba­sis.

On the other hand, the con­tri­bu­tion pay­ment sched­ule for OFW mem­bers will re­main the same. They can pay their con­tri­bu­tions for the months of Jan­uary to De­cem­ber of a given year within the same year while, con­tri­bu­tions for the months of Oc­to­ber to De­cem­ber of a given year can be paid un­til the 31st of Jan­uary of the suc­ceed­ing year. For ex­am­ple, the dead­line for pay­ment of con­tri­bu­tions for Jan­uary 2019 is un­til De­cem­ber 31, 2019 while the dead­line for pay­ment for Oc­to­ber 2019 will be on Jan­uary 31, 2020.

It was a night to re­mem­ber at SM City Pam­panga as crowds of mil­lenials trooped to the said mall for a night of party and danc­ing. And un­like the usual rowdy mu­sic fes­ti­vals, Cast­away is no­table for the dis­ci­pline of its or­ga­niz­ers and even the peo­ple who at­tend the event.

SM City Pam­panga at­ten­dees reached around 40, 000 peo­ple as young­sters rushed to see and party with the top bands and mu­si­cians in the Philip­pines.

The even­ing show­cased stun­ning per­for­mances from bands fea­tur­ing Franco, Moon­star 88, Neo Col­ors, River­maya, The Dawn and This Band over the week­end at SM Am­phithe­atre.

The sim­ple ex­per­i­ment to bring the best in con­tem­po­rary mu­sic to­gether started in 2014. Due to its ob­vi­ous suc­cess and the un­be­liev­able line up last year, there was a sud­den de­mand to have an­other ver­sion of the event this year which SM City Pam­panga or­ga­niz­ers said would be a yearly thing as long as peo­ple would clamor for it.

SM City Pub­lic Re­la­tions Of­fi­cer Rain Cer­vantes said the event aims to high­light the mall’s sum­mer cel­e­bra­tion with a per­fect gath­er­ing of the best bands and per­form­ers that the young gen­er­a­tion, and even the not-so-young, can eas­ily iden­tify with.

Some 12 other SM malls will also be host­ing the fes­ti­val for the rest of March and the sec­ond week of April.

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