Updated August 15, 2019

Here is a list of Pag-ibig dividend rates from the year 2006 and total Pag-ibig dividends since the year 2000.

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Your dividends are credited to your Pag-ibig accounts proportionately. The bigger your savings, the bigger your dividends. 

For Pag-ibig 1, you can get your total dividends and total savings when you retire at age 60, or when you have saved 240 contributions or more and you're already 45 years old or older.

For MP2, you can get your total dividends and total savings after 5 years.

PAG-IBIG 1 (Mandatory Savings)


Year   Dividend Rate
2018      6.91%
20177.61%
20166.93%
20154.83%
20144.18%
20134.08%
20124.17%
2011 4.13%
2010 5%
2009 5%
20084.68%
2007 4.49%
20064.81%

MP2 (Modified Pag-ibig 2)

MP2 Dividend Rate is always higher than the dividend rate for P1

Year  Dividend Rate
2018       7.41%*
2017 8.11%*
2016 7.43%*
2015 5.33%
2014 4.68%
2013 4.58%
20124.67%
20114.63%
2010 5.5%

*I could not find MP2 rates for 2016 and 2017 online, so I just added 0.5% to the Pag-ibig 1 dividend rates for 2016 and 2017. Why 0.5%?  Because I saw a SunStar February 2018 news item with the information that MP2 rate is plus point five.


TOTAL DIVIDENDS for all Members


Year   Total Dividends  Total No. of Members
in Pesos
2018      28.23 billion
201727.29 billion
201622.30 billion17 million members
201514.24 billion
201411.34 billion
201310.1 billion 13.8 million members
20129.28 billion 10.2 million members
2011 8.49 billion 10.2 million members
2010 7.88 billion 9 million members
2009 8.5 billion
20087.13 billion
2007 6.25 billion
20066.18 billion
2005 5.54 billion
20044.85 billion
2003 4.21 billion
2002 3.74 billion
20013.44 billion
2000 1.81 billion


Are dividends distributed or sent to members in the form of cash or check every year?

No.
Dividends are credited and added to members' Pag-ibig accounts or Total Accumulated Values (TAV) every year.
A member's TAV consists of:
all monthly savings paid by the member to Pag-ibig
plus all monthly Pag-ibig payments made by the member's employer (up to 100 pesos per month)
plus the member's dividends credited every year.

Sources:
  . pagibigfund.gov.ph
  . Pag-ibig Fund and other government agencies' press releases
  . Online news items