One of the major initiatives of the Social Security Board's Transformational Strategic Plan for the triennium 2019 - 2021 is the introduction of an e-services software platform for the administration of its Social Insurance Programme.
Anguilla has been transformed into a smart, resilient, diversified, inclusive and green economy with universal social security coverage and full employment; enabled by a customer-centric and technology-driven ASSB.
A Self-Employed person is one who is
All self-employed persons are required to register with the Social Security Board on the appropriate registration form – Form SE 1 available at the Board’s Office.
All registered persons will be assigned a Social Security Number and issued a registration card bearing their full name and registration number. You are responsible for the safe keeping of your registration card. If the registration card is destroyed, lost or defaced, the matter should be reported to the Social Security Office for replacement.
Your registration number is important. You will not be able to pay contributions to the system without it and you will need to quote your number when communicating with the Board’s Office.
If you have been previously registered as an employed person under the Registration Regulations, the same registration number would be maintained for the purposes of registration as a self-employed person.
Effective January 1, 2003, the Anguilla Social Security Board extended coverage to all self-employed persons.
Often times the following persons are Self Employed:
Other persons who offer their skills and services for pay and are not subject to the general direction and control of the recipient of the service as to how such are to be applied.