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He replied to me, “I can’t find a decent tutorial for this, kid”. When you arrive at the website, in the menu bar, look for “My. In my case, I started working January 2004 and every month starting 2004 is properly remitted and reflected in my records, I can say that it’s correct knowing that my monthly contribution is P1,560. This part is very helpful especially to those members who’s planning to apply for a loan or have an existing loan. He graduated from Adamson University (Philippines) with a Degree in Bachelor of Science in Accountancy dating back 2009 and earning his MBA in Polytechnic University of the Philippines.
To cut the story short, here I am, making a more “decent and comprehensive” tutorial on how to verify/check your total actual contribution in SSS and other matters that, I think, is useful inside the SSS Website. In Loan Status, you can see the details of your loan including the Loan Balance, Loan Amortization and Terms. He is currently employed as a General Accountant in a well known Global Business Process Outsourcing. He consumes his spare time in front of his Computer with Adobe Photoshop and Dreamweaver.
Pangasinan is on the western area of the island of Luzon along the Lingayen Gulf and South China Sea.
Pangasinan is the name for the province, the people, and the language spoken in the province.
The province is a major producer of salt in the Philippines.
Its major products include bagoong ("salted-krill") and alamang ("shrimp-paste").
Comparative genetics, linguistics and archaeological studies locate the origin of the Austronesian languages in Sundaland, which was populated as early as 50,000 years ago by modern humans.
The future benefits are based on the employees’ contributions.
Being a member of SSS, awareness should be practiced to make sure that our precious contribution is directly credited to our individual accounts.
Dagupan City is known for its Bangus Festival ("Milkfish Festival").
Pangasinan is also known for its delicious mangoes and ceramic oven-baked Calasiao puto ("native rice cake").