Deduct from the employee's salary the corresponding amount of premium.
Together with the employer's counterpart, the premiums shall be remitted to PhilHealth or at any accredited collecting bank/agent on or before the 10th day of the month following the month being paid for. Use the PhilHealth Premium Slip (PPPS) in remitting your premiums.
Employers may also avail of E-pay Service via Bank of the Philippine Islands, Citibank, Unionbank and Security Bank to facilitate payment and reporting of premium contributions.
To facilitate posting payments, employers are required to report their remittances using the revised Remittance Report Form (RF-1) on or before the 15th of the month following the applicable month. The RF-1 shall be filed with respective PhilHealth Office or drop in drop boxes located in selected accredited banks nearest you.
You may also continue reporting your payments in text file format using the Electronic Premium Reporting System (EPRS).
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