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Pertubuhan Keselamatan Sosial

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50538, Kuala Lumpur

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Self-Employment Social Security Scheme

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BACKGROUND

The Self-Employment Social Security Scheme was introduced to provide protection for individuals who are self-employed under the provisions of the Self-Employment Social Security Act 2017.

In the beginning, this scheme is compulsory for the self-employed in the Passenger Transportation Sector which are taxi, e-hailing and bus drivers under the provisions of the Self-Employment Social Security Act 2017, which took effect on 1 June 2017.

Effective from 1 January 2020, the scheme is extended to 19 other sectors as follows: -

  • Good and Food Transport
     
  • Online Business
  • Agriculture
     
  • Information Technology
  • Livestock
     
  • Data processing
  • Forestry
     
  • Agents
  • Fisheries
     
  • Professional Services
  • Food
     
  • Support Services
  • Manufacturing
     
  • Arts
  • Construction
     
  • Household Services
  • Hawkers
     
  • Beauty and Healthcare
  • Accommodation Premises
       

 

The coverage for self-employed individual contributing to the scheme starts from the date and time the contribution is paid and recognised on the contribution payment receipt.

PROTECTION OF SELF-EMPLOYMENT SOCIAL SECURITY SCHEME

This Scheme provides protection for self-employed insured persons against employment injuries including occupational diseases and accidents during work-related activities.

Self-employment injury means personal injury to self-employed insured person caused by an accident or an occupational disease arising out of and in the course of his or her self-employment activity including while travelling for the purpose of his or her self-employment activity.

Occupational disease is a disease caused by or arising from any occupation specified in the Fifth Schedule of the Employees’ Social Security Act 1969. This scheme provides cash benefits to the insured persons and their dependants besides medical treatment, physical rehabilitation and vocational training.

ELIGIBILITY

  • Malaysian citizen / permanent resident without age limit;
  • Individuals who work for themselves to earn a living


DOCUMENTS NEEDED

  • Photocopy of identity card (IC)
  • Copy of driving licence / e-hailing profile / permit / certificate or letter of confirmation from the relevant association or agency subject to the type of sector


PAYMENT OF CONTRIBUTION

  • Contribution payment can made on monthly or yearly basis
  • Payment can be made by cash at all SOCSO offices or online payment via internet banking at matrix.perkeso.gov.my.
  • Online payment procedures are as follows:
    i)   Visit matrix.perkeso.gov.my
    ii)  Click “Help”
    iii) Click “Self-Employed – Quick Start Guide” (a complete description of registration and payment of contributions)

Guidelines On Contribution Payment (Online) - Self-Employment Social Security Scheme

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SCHEDULE OF CONTRIBUTIONS

The contribution is based on selected insured monthly earning:

Plan Insured Monthly Earning Contribution Payment Per Month Contribution Payment Per Year
1 RM1,050 RM13.10 RM157.20
2 RM1,550 RM19.40 RM232.80
3 RM2,950 RM36.90 RM442.80
4 RM3,950 RM49.40 RM592.80

 

BENEFITS UNDER THE SELF-EMPLOYMENT SOCIAL SECURITY SCHEME

  • Medical Benefit
  • Temporary Disablement Benefit
  •  Permanent Disablement Benefit
  • Constant Attendance Allowance
  • Dependant’s Benefit
  • Funeral Benefit
  • Education Benefit
  • Facilities for physical or vocational rehabilitation

For more information regarding benefits, please download the following leaflets.

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