On Saturday the Social Security System announced their newest payment deadline because of the effects of the pandemic.

It was approved by the Social Security Commission (SSC) to move the date on December 1, instead of it’s original date of November 30 which will fall on to Bonifacio Day.

The deadlines given to employers and self-employed were moved several times in consideration of the pandemic.

Some employers will shoulder some of the precentage of the monthly constribution rate of employees and others are deducted through their salaries.

For self-employed they are given chances to for their February to October contributions.

SSS president and chief executive Aurora C. Ignacio mentioned the extended deadline was dated along the implementation of the Bayanihan to Recover as One Law.

Yet Ignacio also warned for SSS contributors to pay earlier than the deadline.

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