The Board of Directors and Staff of the Anguilla Social Security Board congratulate the newly crowned Miss Anguilla, Miss Social Security Board, Dee-Ann Kentish Rogers on an outstanding performance in this year’s competition.
Contributions are payable at the rate of 10% of wages with the employers having the right to deduct 5% from their employees' earnings. There are weekly and monthly ceilings beyond which no further Social Security Contributions are payable.
Self-Employed How much you pay as a contributions depends on the amount of income that you
declare. Social Security insures weekly incomes from $200 up to $1250.
An Employer’s failure to pay contributions or to comply with any obligation
imposed on him/her by the Regulations constitutes an offence and shall
be liable on summary conviction to a fine of $1,000, and a fine of $250 for
each day on which the offence is continued.