How PayrollHero computes the SSS deduction

SSS:

The Social Security System (SSS) deduction can be set up in 2 ways:

1. Using the "Per payroll (calculated monthly)"

In using this payment, the system will be based on the employee's "half month" salary either using base or gross pay.

The deduction will then be computed in a split type payment that follows the SSS Contribution Table
Where in on the first pay period, it will use the "Half month" salary.
And the second pay period, it calculates the SSS deduction based on the whole month's salary.

It then deducts the difference between the monthly calculation (2nd pay period) and the SSS contribution already deducted from the first pay period.

 

Example:
Employee's basic pay is 15,000 a month.

January 1-15 (1st Pay Period)
Semi-monthly: 7,500
Using the SSS Contribution Table (7,500): 
= 250

January 16-31 (2nd Pay Period)
Monthly Wage: 15,000
Using the SSS Contribution Table (15,000): 500

500 (2nd pay period) - 250 (1st pay period) 
250

 

 

2. Using the "Monthly on the first or last payroll"



 

In using this payment, the system will be based on the employee's full month salary either using base or gross pay.

The deduction will then be computed in a one time payment that follows the SSS Contribution Table


Where in if you select "Monthly on the first payroll",
The system will deduct the SSS contribution based on the first pay period set up on your Account settings (Payroll Info)

If you select "Monthly on the last  payroll",
The system will deduct the SSS contribution based on the second pay period set up on your Account settings (Payroll Info)


See screenshot here:

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