The new SEPE requirement to collect the subsidy for people over 52 years of age

Updated: 03/15/2022 17:06h
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The unemployment subsidy for people over 52 is one of the most important aids managed by the State Public Employment Service (SEPE) and is currently paid to more than 750,000 people monthly in our country.

To receive this benefit, a series of requirements must be met. One of them is to annually accredit the level of income, which must not exceed 75% of the Interprofessional Minimum Wage (SMI), either individually or by adding the income of the members of the family unit divided by the number of income .

This income declaration document must be submitted when twelve new months have elapsed since the birth of the right to the subsidy, or every time twelve new months have elapsed since the last resumption.

The deadline for submission is fifteen business days from the date indicated.

If this declaration is not presented, the payment of the subsidy and the contribution will be interrupted.

How to carry out the accreditation

It is possible to process the annual declaration through the portal of the Electronic Headquarters of the State Public Employment Service (SEPE), provided that you have a digital certificate, electronic DNI or [email protected] username and password.

If this is not available or the income has exceeded the aforementioned amount in any month, to present the declaration it will be necessary to go in person to one of its offices,
prior appointment request
on the SEPE website or by calling 91 273 83 84.

Other requirements

Other necessary requirements to receive this subsidy is to have contributed for 15 years, of which at least two of them must have been during the 15 years prior to requesting the aid, and to have contributed for a minimum of 6 years in the General Scheme.

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