SSS Opens new Retirement Savings scheme for members


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The Social Security System (SSS) has launched a revolutionary retirement savings program—the Worker’s Investment and Savings Program Plus! With this new option, SSS members can now secure their financial future with ease.

Michael G. Regino, President and CEO of SSS, announced the launch of WISP Plus: an innovative retirement savings program exclusively offered to members that provide a generous supplement to our already reliable social security system.

WISP Plus gives retirees a bonus security blanket in their golden years, providing them with additional peace of mind beyond regular SSS retirement benefits – something that Regino is particularly passionate about.

With WISP Plus, everyone can enjoy the SSS member benefits – no matter what type of membership they have or how much money they make each month. It’s an exciting opportunity to take advantage of all that the program has to offer!

SSS members can now invest as little as P500 and watch it grow! With WISP Plus, you get access to higher returns than your local bank—so why settle for anything less? Start investing today and make the most of your hard-earned money.

Capiz News
Capiz News
Online News Site from the province of Capiz in the Philippines.



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