Latest Philhealth Contribution Table, payment deadlines

Members looking for the latest Philhealth contribution table should refer to Philhealth Circular No. 57 series of 2012 for premium contribution of applicable for January to December 2013. Update: For contribution schedule for 2014, click here.

The circular entitled Partial Deferral of the Implementation of Philhealth Premium Contribution Increases until the end of CY 2013 issued November 22, 2012 stated the deferment of fee increase for contributions of individually-paying(voluntary), overseas Filipino workers(OFW) and the employed sector.philhealth contribution table

Contributions for Voluntary members

Self-employed individuals under the Individually Paying Program shall pay the minimum annual contribution of One Thousand Eight Hundred Pesos (Php 1,800.00) for January to December 2013. Self-employed professionals earning a monthly income of over Twenty Five Thousand Pesos (Php25,000.00) shall pay Three Thousand Six Hundred Pesos (Php3,600.00).

P25,000 and below monthly income:

  • Quarterly – P450
  • Semi-annually – P900
  • Annually – P1,800

Over P25,000 monthly income:

  • Quarterly – P900
  • Semi-annually – P1,800
  • Annually – P3,600

Deadline of Payments

Quarterly Semi-annual Annual

Pay until the last working day of the quarter being paid for.

Example:
Period: January to March
Deadline: March 31

Pay until the last working day of the first quarter of the semester being paid for.

Example:
Period: January to June
Deadline: March 31

Pay until the last working day of the first quarter of the year being paid for.

Example:
Period: January to December
Deadline: March 31

Contributions for OFW members

For the applicable period of January 2012 up to December 2013, Overseas Filipino Workers (OFW) shall pay the minimum annual contribution of One Thousand Two Hundred Pesos (Php1,200.00).

Contributions for Employed sector

Salary Bracket Salary Range Salary Base Total Monthly Premium Employee Share Employer Share
*Employee share represents half of the total monthly premium while the other half is shouldered by the employer.
1 7,999.99 and below 7,000.00 175.00 87.50 87.50
2 8,000.00 – 8,999.99 8,000.00 200.00 100.00 100.00
3 9,000.00 – 9,999.99 9,000.00 225.00 112.50 112.50
4 10,000.00 – 10,999.99 10,000.00 250.00 125.00 125.00
5 11,000.00 – 11,999.99 11,000.00 275.00 137.50 137.50
6 12,000.00 – 12,999.99 12,000.00 300.00 150.00 150.00
7 13,000.00 – 13,999.99 13,000.00 325.00 162.50 162.50
8 14,000.00 – 14,999.99 14,000.00 350.00 175.00 175.00
9 15,000.00 – 15,999.99 15,000.00 375.00 187.50 187.50
10 16,000.00 – 16,999.99 16,000.00 400.00 200.00 200.00
11 17,000.00 – 17,999.99 17,000.00 425.00 212.50 212.50
12 18,000.00 – 18,999.99 18,000.00 450.00 225.00 225.00
13 19,000.00 – 19,999.99 19,000.00 475.00 237.50 237.50
14 20,000.00 – 20,999.99 20,000.00 500.00 250.00 250.00
15 21,000.00 – 21,999.99 21,000.00 525.00 262.50 262.50
16 22,000.00 – 22,999.99 22,000.00 550.00 275.00 275.00
17 23,000.00 – 23,999.99 23,000.00 575.00 287.50 287.50
18 24,000.00 – 24,999.99 24,000.00 600.00 300.00 300.00
19 25,000.00 – 25,999.99 25,000.00 625.00 312.50 312.50
20 26,000.00 – 26,999.99 26,000.00 650.00 325.00 325.00
21 27,000.00 – 27,999.99 27,000.00 675.00 337.50 337.50
22 28,000.00 – 28,999.99 28,000.00 700.00 350.00 350.00
23 29,000.00 – 29,999.99 29,000.00 725.00 362.50 362.50
24 30,000.00 – 30,999.99 30,000.00 750.00 375.00 375.00
25 31,000.00 – 31,999.99 31,000.00 775.00 387.50 387.50
26 32,000.00 – 32,999.99 32,000.00 800.00 400.00 400.00
27 33,000.00 – 33,999.99 33,000.00 825.00 412.50 412.50
28 34,000.00 – 34,999.99 34,000.00 850.00 425.00 425.00
29 35,000.00 and up 35,000.00 875.00 437.50 437.50

Philhealth has setup banks, non-banks and overseas collecting partners for the ease of payment of all members’ premium contributions. Visit Philhealth website for more details.

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  1. raquel says:

    Hi, mind I ask some questions:
    I stop working since last 2003 and since then I wasnt able to pay my SSS , Philhealth and PAG-IBIG funds contributions. but I was so active before then.
    How would I start continuing my payments again especially Philhealth , since we are not getting longer and likewise I have 3 kids , could I still declare them as my dependents? My so called husband had already declared them. (but we are not married). Pls help and thanks in advance. (pls send copy of reply thru my email,pls?)

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