SSS Online Application – Small Business Wage Subsidy Program

SBWS Program 2020 – Video

Aside from the SSS Calamity Loan Program, the SSS Online Application for Small Business Wage Subsidy Program 2020 is there to help financially in times of crises. When the country is hit by a disaster and is placed under the state of calamity, some businesses may temporarily close. To help the people, the Philippine government will be giving thousands of pesos to affected employees of such small businesses. Watch the video below to learn more on who are qualified for the SBWS Program, how to apply though SSS and how much subsidy amount you can get.

Watch the SSS Online Application – Small Business Wage Subsidy Program (SBWS) 2020

 

BIR Website: 👉https://www.bir.gov.ph/
SSS-Website: 👉 https://www.sss.gov.ph/

Eligible small business that falls under category A and B must apply with the period of April 16-30, 2020. First payout will be made on May 1-15, 2020, and second payout will be on May 16-31, 2020. Modes of payment are withdrawal via employee’s SSS UMID cards enrolled as ATM, withdrawal from employee’s bank account for PESOnet participating banks, employee’s Union Bank Quick Card (partnership with SSS), and Employee’s E-wallet: PayMaya.

Please be reminded that we are NOT the SSS Office. For any questions and follow ups, please get in touch with your nearest SSS branch.

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    Lucille Ordeniza says:

    Good day,I have a problem regarding the SBWS…so far I’m a qualified and processing for disbursement but until now I did not recieve the money in my atm…..pls help me…God bless

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    • Daisy
      Daisy says:

      Good day!
      The dates of the payout is written in the article. If by then you still don’t have your subsidy, please get in touch with the SSS Office (since we are NOT the SSS Office). Good luck and bless you too!
      Regards,
      Daisy

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