Baguio, Benguet employers receive notifications to settle SSS delinquencies

Baguio City – Eight employers from Baguio and Benguet received written orders from Social Security System prompting them to settle their delinquencies and documentary deficiencies which violate the provisions of Republic Act 11199 or the Social Security Act of 2018.

During the conduct of RACE or Run After Contribution Evaders held on October 19, 2022, SSS handed written orders to these 8 employers – two did not register their businesses to SSS; one was not able to produce any SSS records or documents for inspection; and 5 have delinquencies amounting to more than P989,000.

Part of this campaign is the promotion of two condonation programs that will help financially troubled employers in settling their delinquencies. The Pandemic Relief and Restructuring Program 3 (PRRP 3) and the Contribution Penalty Condonation, Delinquency Management and Restructuring Program offers them the option to pay the past due contributions less penalties either in full amount or flexible payment terms.

Photo shows SSS officials from SSS La Trinidad, SSS Baguio and Operations Legal Department explains the content of the notice to employers. 

The RACE campaign aims to intensify employer’s awareness of their legal obligations and promote the ongoing penalty condonation programs for business and household employers. It started in 2017 and has been implemented in various areas nationwide.



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