The quota for self-employed workers will range between a minimum of 90 euros and a maximum of 1,220 euros per month with the new real-income contribution system once the 9-year period of total deployment of the reform in which the Ministry of Inclusion, Social Security and Migrations is working, as stated in the
Last proposal sent by the Government to the social agents to which Ep.
However, during the first year of the transitional period of application of this reform (2023), an intermediate price will be established by tranches, the number of which will gradually increase for those who earn the most. Thus, the self-employed who have income of 3,000 euros or less will have a fee of 200 euros per month in 2023, the first year of application of the new system, which will be 215 euros for those with income ranging between 3,000 euros and 6,000 euros, 230 euros for those with an income of more than 6,000 euros, but less than 9,000 euros, and 245 euros for those with income between 9,000 and 12,600 euros.
The rest of the installments will be 260 euros (from 12,600 to 17,000 euros of annual income), 275 euros (from 17,000 euros to 22,000 euros), 290 euros (from 22,000 to 27,000 euros), 305 euros (from 27,000 to 32,000 euros euros), 320 euros (from 32,000 to 37,000 euros), 340 euros (from 37,000 to 42,000 euros), 360 euros (42,000 to 47,000 euros), 380 euros (47,000 to 48,841 euros) and 400 euros if you have yields above 48,841 euros per year.
Once the period of 9-year reform rollout, as of 2031 the installments corresponding to each of the thirteen tranches (with inflation-linked adjustments) will be 90 euros per month for those who earn less than 3,000 euros, 120 euros for those who enter 3,000 to 6,000 euros net per year, 185 euros for the self-employed with returns between 6,000 and 9,000 euros and 235 euros for those who earn between 9,000 and 12,600 euros a year.
The fee will be 275 euros if you earn between 12,600 and 17,000 euros, 305 euros if the income is between 17,000 and 22,000 euros, 425 euros for returns that range between 22,000 and 27,000 euros and 545 for those who earn between 27,000 and 32,000 euros per year. For their part, those with returns of between 32,000 and 37,000 euros will pay 670 euros of quota. The rest of the installments will be 800 euros per month (37,000 to 42,000 euros), 935 euros (42,000 to 47,000 euros), 1,075 euros (47,000 to 48,841 euros) and 1,220 euros per month for those who enter more than 48,841 euros per year .
The self-employed may provisionally choose their contribution base among thirteen based on their performance forecasts with the possibility of modifying their choice six times throughout the year to adjust it to their performance. If there are differences once the annual regularization has been made, the worker must proceed to their entry in case of having contributed less than what was corresponding to you and you can request a refund if the price made was higher.
In addition, the document to which Europa Press has had access says that the self-employed who have declared tax returns lower than the current minimum contribution base will quote for them. “Without prejudice to this, for the purposes of the protective action, the corresponding minimum base will be recognized for a maximum period of two years,” he says.
It also highlights that the self-employed whose tax returns derived from self-employment are above the current minimum contribution base of the Special Regime for Self-Employed Workers (RETA) will contribute for the same and that this minimum base will progressively be equated with that of the Regime. General Social Security.
This system, which was announced yesterday by the Minister, José Luis Escrivá, will be included in the first package of reforms that the Ministry plans to approve shortly, but will not be implemented until January 1, 2022 gradually and will not have economic effects until 2023.
Escrivá remarked yesterday that the deployment of this measure will be progressive. In fact, according to the document of the measure to which Europa Press has had access, it will be so for up to a maximum of nine years, with periodic reviews every three years in which the Government, business and trade union organizations, together with self-employed associations They can decide whether to speed up the calendar.
Rejection of the proposal
Both the president of the National Federation of Self-Employed (ATA), Lorenzo Amor, and that of the Union of Professionals and Self-Employed Workers (UPTA), Eduardo Abad, have shown their discomfort at not knowing this proposal officially. Speaking to Europa Press, Amor has denied that this will be the case because “it is not agreed.” In fact, Amor has pointed out that both CEOE and ATA “they disagree” with this proposal. “I do not know him as president of ATA, because the self-employed have not been referred, but I know him as vice president of CEOE”, explained Amor.
The president of ATA has indicated that this draft was sent on the occasion of a meeting that had been scheduled for this Monday and that was called off two hours later. “Tomorrow the CEOE Social Security committee meets and, in no way, agrees with this draft sent by the Government,” he said, after noting that “in no case has there been a dialogue, negotiated or placed on the table in which are the associations of self-employed these tables ».
For his part, Abad has criticized that “such an important issue for more than 3 million people” has not been dealt with before at the open negotiating tables. In addition, Abad believes that it is “outrageous” that a person who earns 3,000 euros net per year has to pay 200 euros per month of contributions during the first year. “We are not going to allow a person who is between 3,000 and 6,000 euros to have to pay 2,580 euros a year in Social Security installments. It’s a barbarity”, has pointed out. He also considers that “in no way” can a progression of application be made in a period of nine years, because “it is excessively long and it is not what is discussed or agreed with the organizations.”
“At the most, there must be a three-year adaptation period and in the first year of the system, those who earn 3,000 net euros per year cannot be making a very high contribution effort,” he added, after asking that in the The first three tranches (less than 3,000 euros, between 3,000 and 6,000 euros and between 6,000 and 9,000 euros) enter directly into force in the first year of application, the fees collected once the period ends (between 90 and 185 euros, respectively, for those sections).
Finally, he has asked that the incorporation of the rest be done in a maximum of three years and not in nine. “It is a commitment of the President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, and it has to be developed in the remainder of the legislature at 100%,” according to Abad.