15 Useful Tips and Things to Remember Before Taking the Civil Service Exam (CSE) 2018

It’s three weeks before the first schedule of the Civil Service Exam (CSE) this year and for those who have successfully applied for the CSE, I’m sure you’re feeling both excited and nervous now.

Don’t worry, that’s normal. If you have spent a good amount of time reviewing for the exam in the past few months, you’d feel less nervous and more excited by now. But if you have been setting aside your review sessions, it’s time for you to get more serious now to have better chances of passing the Civil Service Exam. READ MORE

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Want to View Your SSS Contribution Online this 2018? Follow these simple steps…

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Do you want to know how you can view your SSS contributions online without going to the SSS branch?

Well, it’s easy! Just use your smartphone/tablet or laptop/computer, connect to the internet, and log in to the SSS website, and you can easily access your SSS account online.

For some, the steps may not seem as easy as it is especially for those who are not familiar with the internet or the SSS online platform. I cannot blame them for choosing to go to the SSS branch personally instead of doing it online. READ MORE

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How to Easily Apply for the New UMID Card (and use it as an ATM Card)

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If you are a member of the SSS, it would be helpful to you if you would also get the UMID or Unified Multi-Purpose ID.

Why? Because it’s easier to transact, file, and avail of the benefits if you present your UMID. Plus, it’s not only for the SSS but also for Pag-IBIG Fund, Philhealth, and GSIS. You can also use the UMID as a primary valid ID when transacting with other government and private offices like when you’re opening a bank account. READ MORE

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How to File SSS Maternity Benefits and How much will you get?

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SSS maternity benefit is one of the benefits of female members of the Philippine Social Security System.

SSS maternity benefit is daily cash allowance that the female member may receive during the days that she is unable to work due to childbirth or miscarriage.

SSS Maternity Benefit is paid to the member only for the first 4 deliveries or miscarriages. READ MORE

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