ATA and VidaCaixa create the first simplified pension plan for the self-employed

ATA and VidaCaixa create the first simplified pension plan for the self-employed

VidaCaixa and ATA, the majority organization among the group of self-employed workers, have agreed this Thursday to launch the first Simplified Employment Pension Plan (PPES) for the Self-Employed since the approval of Law 12/2022, of June 30, on regulation for the promotion of employment pension plans.

As ATA has reported, in a statement, this agreement is the first between a pension fund management entity and an association of self-employed workers to promote these new pension plans that will allow self-employed workers to access new tax deductions for contributions.

The promotion of this first Simplified Employment Pension Plan began on July 18 with the holding of the constitution meeting of its Promotion Commission. This commission is made up of the people designated by the promoter, the National Federation of Self-Employed Workers - ATA, by virtue of the provisions of article 69 of Royal Legislative Decree 1/2002, of November 29.

The information will be available on the portal in the next few days and, from that moment on, it can be obtained from the CaixaBank branch network. The initiative is part of the collaboration agreement between ATA and CaixaBank, through which the association and the financial institution create synergies to promote, support and attend to the specific needs of the group.

The agreement was signed with the assistance of José Luis Escrivá, Minister of Inclusion, Social Security and Migration, together with Lorenzo Amor, President of ATA, and Javier Valle, CEO of VidaCaixa.

"We are the first entity to promote a simplified pension plan that will allow many self-employed increase your savings capacity for retirement with higher deductions than those currently provided for with the plans that we all know", highlighted the president of ATA Lorenzo Amor. In Escrivá's opinion, "this step taken today will soon be followed by more interested organizations, sectors and administrations in offering voluntary, efficient savings formulas and at a favorable cost to its members, workers and employees». For Javier Valle, CEO of VidaCaixa, "this agreement expresses our firm and historic commitment to protecting the group of self-employed workers in Spain."

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