Business firms reminded to remit employees SSS contributions

LEGAZPI CITY –– The Social Security System (SSS) launched its third nationwide Run After Contribution Evaders (RACE) campaign on Tuesday to remind business establishments to comply with their obligations.

“The purpose is to deliver a strong message against employers, who have violated the SSS law, which are non-remittance and non-reporting,” said lawyer Renato Cuisia, acting SSS Vice President for Operations Legal Service Division.


The SSS also warned 10 business establishments in this city to comply with the SSS.

Employers who still refuse to do so would be subjected to criminal prosecution and shall face imprisonment for 6 to 12 years. /lzb

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