SSS urges employers to avail condonation
State-run Social Security System (SSS) is strongly urging delinquent employers to avail of its contribution penalty condonation program (CPCP) ahead of the September deadline.
“Instead of waiting for the last day, we strongly urge all delinquent employers to immediately apply for the condonation program to settle the unpaid premiums of their employees and have the incurred penalties waived,” Ignacio said.
Ignacio said delinquent employers should take advantage of the “big opportunity” to avoid having a criminal liability and be able to help their employees claim the benefits due them without delay.
Under the new law, the penalty imposed on unpaid contributions was reduced to two percent. Those who are qualified to avail are employers with unpaid contributions; employers who have not yet registered with SSSRead more: Manila Bulletin News
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Laoag City under state of calamity due to floodingLaoag City in Ilocos Norte has been placed under a state of calamity, after Severe Tropical Storm Ineng and the southwest monsoon brought heavy rains that caused massive flooding in the area. Full story:
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