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  1. Join Date
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    #61
    Quote Originally Posted by _Cathy_ View Post
    Wala ako tiyaga mag Google kaya dito ako nagtanong. Plus iba yung opinion na first hand. Thank you.

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    para sa OFW lang yata yon Ms Cathy... inilipat ko dito yung post ko sa China virus.

    ito yung bagong premium na babayaran ng OFW based from the table below.

    CY2020 - 3.0% x monthly (income floor = 10,000 or income ceiling = 60,000)
    CY2021 - 3.5% x monthly (income floor = 10,000 or income ceiling = 70,000)
    CY2022 - 4.0% x monthly (income floor = 10,000 or income ceiling = 80,000)
    CY2023 - 4.5% x monthly (income floor = 10,000 or income ceiling = 90,000)
    CY2024 - 5.0% x monthly (income floor = 10,000 or income ceiling = 100,000)
    CY2025 - 5.0% x monthly (income floor = 10,000 or income ceiling = 100,000)

    sabi ko nga, kung wala pa rin effect ito sa mga DDS na OFW ay ewan ko na lang
    Last edited by Gumusut_Amige; May 3rd, 2020 at 09:12 PM.

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    #62
    Nope the rate and increase applies to all, if may tiyaga kayo:

    https://www.philhealth.gov.ph/about_us/RA11223_UHC.pdf

    https://www.philhealth.gov.ph/about_...IRR_Signed.pdf

    RA 11223 was enacted last February 2019, eto yung UHC na noon pa eh dinemand ng public sa government.

    dahil lahat ng Filipino eh outright member at eligible na, yung dati na coverage ni PHIC eh mas lumaki at mas dumami.

    Mula sa Sin tax, PCSO tsaka contributions nung paying members ang mag fund kumbaga.

    Now nung naisabatas na yung UHC nakalagay doon eh 2 membership categories na lang

    Direct contributor (paying members)

    Indirect contributor (subsidized ng Govt at nung paying members)

    Si direct contributors that includes OFW, local employed, self employed, voluntary, professionals (doctors, lawyers etc) the rate will be applied to all of us na labeled as direct contributor.

    Contribution will be income based as follows



    Nataon late yung reiteration for the OFWs na akala nila sa kanila lang applicable yung rate.

    The ugly reality showing na most Pinoys no longer bother to fact check and do their own research.

    Batas ito at implementing agency lang ang PHIC

    Galit na galit mga DDS pages hehe wag kayo magulo mag ambag kayo Higher Philhealth contributions starting this month


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    #63
    sarap sabihan dds na ofw na sumunod na lang kayo kay tatay D hehe.

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    #64
    Quote Originally Posted by Ottoman View Post
    sarap sabihan dds na ofw na sumunod na lang kayo kay tatay D hehe.

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    They are now blaming the senators and congressmen for passing the law. I'm now waiting for Bong Go to ride in and say he has successfuly talked to Digong to overturn this "unjust" law he signed earlier.

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    #65
    Quote Originally Posted by cast_no_shadow View Post
    Nope the rate and increase applies to all, if may tiyaga kayo:

    https://www.philhealth.gov.ph/about_us/RA11223_UHC.pdf

    https://www.philhealth.gov.ph/about_...IRR_Signed.pdf

    RA 11223 was enacted last February 2019, eto yung UHC na noon pa eh dinemand ng public sa government.

    dahil lahat ng Filipino eh outright member at eligible na, yung dati na coverage ni PHIC eh mas lumaki at mas dumami.

    Mula sa Sin tax, PCSO tsaka contributions nung paying members ang mag fund kumbaga.

    Now nung naisabatas na yung UHC nakalagay doon eh 2 membership categories na lang

    Direct contributor (paying members)

    Indirect contributor (subsidized ng Govt at nung paying members)

    Si direct contributors that includes OFW, local employed, self employed, voluntary, professionals (doctors, lawyers etc) the rate will be applied to all of us na labeled as direct contributor.

    Contribution will be income based as follows



    Nataon late yung reiteration for the OFWs na akala nila sa kanila lang applicable yung rate.

    The ugly reality showing na most Pinoys no longer bother to fact check and do their own research.

    Batas ito at implementing agency lang ang PHIC

    Galit na galit mga DDS pages hehe wag kayo magulo mag ambag kayo Higher Philhealth contributions starting this month


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    i stand corrected... akala ko sa para sa OFW lang ang inilabas na bagong premium rate.
    ang pagkaka-iba, si OFW ay sarili nya ang buong philhealth premium.
    tapos ang pinakamasakit dito ay yung OFW na nagbabayad pa ng tax sa kanyang host country.
    bale patong-patong na ang kaltas

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    #66
    Quote Originally Posted by Gumusut_Amige View Post
    i stand corrected... akala ko sa para sa OFW lang ang inilabas na bagong premium rate.
    ang pagkaka-iba, si OFW ay sarili nya ang buong philhealth premium.
    tapos ang pinakamasakit dito ay yung OFW na nagbabayad pa ng tax sa kanyang host country.
    bale patong-patong na ang kaltas
    but OFWs are not required to pay philippine income tax.
    Last edited by dr. d; May 3rd, 2020 at 11:48 PM.

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    #67
    add ko lang sa IRR - Overseas Filipinos (yes not just OFWs) ang covered.
    PRs and those holding dual citizenships kasali.

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    #68
    Voluntary na para sa mga OFW, ganyan naman yan mula pa nuon, pag kuha mo ng OEC yung initial payment lang pinababayaran, hindi nila sinisingil yung balance from last year. Then pag balik mangagawa kana, pwede mo nang hindi bayaran dahil online na pagkuha ng oec


    Duterte orders PhilHealth to make premium payments voluntary for OFWs | ABS-CBN News

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    #69
    Quote Originally Posted by glenn_duke View Post
    Voluntary na para sa mga OFW, ganyan naman yan mula pa nuon, pag kuha mo ng OEC yung initial payment lang pinababayaran, hindi nila sinisingil yung balance from last year. Then pag balik mangagawa kana, pwede mo nang hindi bayaran dahil online na pagkuha ng oec


    Duterte orders PhilHealth to make premium payments voluntary for OFWs | ABS-CBN News
    Kaya meron scenario na

    Walang kwenta yan! Hindi naman namin magamit!

    Only to find out walang contribution hehe

    Ayaw magbayad ng contribution pero gusto wala din babayadan sa hospitalization

    In a perfect world Higher Philhealth contributions starting this month


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    #70
    Me and wifey been paying for don't know how many years na (maybe 20 years), nagamit na ni wifey ng ilang beses yung Philhealth nya, if I recall maybe 6 or 7 times, ako once lang, this year January ko lng nagamit nung nagpa inject ako ng steroids sa left hand ko, sabi ng doctor more or less nasa 15k babayran ko dapat, pero if you think of it, lugi ako.

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