Showing posts from January, 2021

Deferring PhilHealth Contribution Increase

Contributions for SSS and PhilHealth are increasing this year. PhilHealth contribution rates will now be 3.5% (from 3.0%) and the income ceiling will now be 70,000 (from 60,000). The monthly contributions of SSS members will be increased from the current 12% to 13% , employer share will be 8.5% (from 8.0%) and employee share will be 4.5% (from 4.0%), and the minimum and maximum salary credits used for computation will now be 3,000 and 25,000 (from 2,000 and 20,000). We have already updated Sweldong Pinoy and Budget Pinoy to use the 2021 rates. Earlier this week, President Duterte ordered the deferring of the PhilHealth contribution increase and PhilHealth suspended the increase pending law amending the Universal Health Care Act. Source: We have updated Sweldong Pinoy ( and Android app 4.3.2) and Budget Pinoy ( ) to use the new SSS contribution rates for 2021 and the 2020 PhilHealth contr

Sweldong Pinoy in 2020

Last year, we released some new features and other updates to our apps. Sweldong Pinoy for Self-Employed Individuals We've added computations for Self-Employed Individuals . You just need to select " Self-Employed Individual " in the employment type, and the app will compute the contributions for SSS, PhilHealth, and Pag-IBIG Fund, tax, and other contributions, and your net pay. updated with computations for Self-Employed Budget Pinoy for Everyone We have updated Budget Pinoy for Everyone . The web and Android app now have a dropdown for employment type. Users can select their employment type, and the app will update the deductions and asking rate accordingly. Budget Pinoy Android app with Employment Type drop-down New Thirteenth Month With the  new Thirteenth Month , users can now input their salaries from January to December to compute their thirteenth-month pay. If users have the same salary for the year, they can select " M