That same Monday, a new meeting will take place between the Ministry of Inclusion, Social Security and Migration and the self-employed and social agents
With barely ten days to go until the end of June, and with that perspective, Spain’s commitment to the European Union is to reach two of the major milestones promised before Brussels for the receipt of reparations: the new contribution system for the self-employed , based on their real income; and the state-developed company pension scheme.
That same Monday, a new meeting will take place between the Ministry of Inclusion, Social Security and Migration and the self-employed organizations and social agents to bring the positions closer together towards the establishment of the system of contributions for the real income of the self-employed .
The meeting that the parties will hold tomorrow will take place a few days after the government’s latest proposal, which proposed that the allowances to be paid by the self-employed between 2023 and 2025 would be between 245 and 565 euros per month, depending on their net worth. -income.
This latest proposal from the Commission, in which the brackets have been expanded from 13 to 14, improved the previously made proposal for the lowest income bracket (less than 670 euros per month) and the intermediate brackets and made the proposed compensation more expensive for self-employed persons with a net return of more than 4,050 euros per month.
On the other hand, the Senate will debate next Wednesday the committee’s opinion on occupational pension schemes, a near-residual figure in the state, although with a relevant role in the Basque Country with the EPSV model. The new law provides, among other things, for a tax deduction of 10% in corporate income tax for contributions up to an income of up to 27,000 euros. The vote continued in the House of Representatives with PSOE, Podemos, Cs, PDeCAT, PNV and Nueva Canarias.
Source: La Verdad