Improving the quality of life for all

Anguilla has been transformed into a smart, resilient, diversified, healthy, green and inclusive country with universal social security coverage and full employment; enabled by a customer-centric and technology-driven Social Security System.

Social Security    Benefits

The Social Security Scheme pays short term and long term benefits to eligible insured persons...

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Social Security Employees

The contribution ceiling is EC$1617.00 for weekly workers and EC$7000.00 for monthly.

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Social Security Employers

An Individual, Business or Company that gainfully employs persons must be registered as an employer.

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Social Security provides an invaluable Safety Net with Individual Benefits and Community Contributions

About Us

The Anguilla Social Security Board was established under the Social Security Act 1980, by Chief Minister the Honourable James Ronald Webster to provide and manage a system of national insurance for the workers of Anguilla to ensure that there is adequate provision for the security of workers and their families against hardships.

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Let me take the pleasure and introduce you to the new online home of the Anguilla Social Security. I do hope you find this resource useful and take some time to give feedback.

Timothy A. Hodge, Director

Recent News Post

Dr. Stanley Lalta to Deliver the 2019 Social Security B...

The annual Social Security Board/UWI Open Campus Anguilla Distinguished Lecture will be presented this year by Dr. Stanley Lalta, a Trinidad and Tobago national and Programme Coordinator of the 13th Caribbean Confere...

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Anguilla Social Security Board Supports the Anguilla Co...

As the countdown begins for the Anguilla Country Conference 2019, the Anguilla Social Security Board has again demonstrated its support with a contribution of US$2,000.00. Public Relations and Marketing Officer Ms. Rosanna Bro...

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annual reports

Highlights

  • Reserves increased by 7.2% and stood at $254.8M
  • No Investment losses were registered.

2011 Annual Report

Highlights

  • Total Income increased to $48.1M from $41.0M in 2009
  • Social Security Development Fund expenditure totaled $614,861, down from $924,469 in 2009.

2010 Annual Report

Highlights

  • Reserves stood at $229.45M, an increase of $24.49M
  • Total Expenditure declined significantly by 39.6%, from $28.5M in 2008 to $17.2M in 2009

2009 Annual Report