What are the IPREM (Multiplier for the Public Income Index) Limits?

The Multiplier for the Public Income Index (IPREM) is an index used in Spain as a reference for the granting of economic aids, grants, allowances or the unemployment benefit among others. This index was established in 2004 to replace the Minimum Wage as a reference for these aids.

The IPREM is published annually via the Budget Law, meaning we have to use the latest officially published value as a reference to determine whether our income is more than a certain number of times greater than the current IPREM.

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