Provisions for self-employed workers affected by the crisis brought about by the COVID-19

Published on: 06/04/2020

 

Provisions included in the ROYAL DECREE-LAW 24/2020

Published on: 01/07/2020
Published on: 01/07/2020

It is a new provision included in the article 9 of the Royal Decree-Law 24/2020, to that which can access those self-employed workers that prove a reduction in the invoicing during the third quarter of 2020 of at least 75% in relation to the same period of 2019, as well as not obtained credit during the third quarter of 2020 net yields higher than € 5,818.75. If are freelance with workers to its charge should prove the fulfillment of all work obligations through a declaration of Responsibility.

Besides the indicated thing, other requirements are:

  • Be member and of registration in the RETA or RETA-sea.
  • Come receiving on 30 June the extraordinary benefit for cessation of activity for self-employed workers affected by the crisis brought about by the COVID-19 
  • Have covered a minimum period of contribution of 12 immediate months prior to the application of the provision.
  • Not having the ordinary age of retirement or to prove that it does not accumulate the enough period.
  • Be aware of payment of the contributions.

This new provision is incompatible with the exemption of contributions that is regulated in the article 8 of this same standard.

The duration of the provision will have as a limit on 30 September 2020.

We are working in a new online form to process effortlessly the application of the provision, that will be available in brief.

Published on: 06/07/2020

This new provision is incompatible with the exemption of contributions that is regulated in the article 8 of this same standard.

In order to be able to access the same one, the self-employed worker must fulfill following requirements:

    • Be of member and registration in the RETA or RETA-sea during at least 5 months between the period between March and October for each of the years 2018 and 2019.
    • Not credit registration state or assimilated to the registration during the period between 01.03.2018 and 01.03.2020 in the General Scheme more than 120 days.
    • Not credit developed activity nor credit registration state or assimilated of registration during months from March to June 2020.
    • Not perceived credit provision some of the Social Security System during months from January to June 2020, unless the same one was compatible with the exercise of an activity as a self-employed worker.
    • Not obtained credit during 2020 some income that exceed 23,275 euros.
    • Be aware of payment of the contributions. If it did not fulfill this requirement, will invite him to him to the payment so that in the term improrrogable of thirty calendar days enters owed fees. 

Beginning and duration of the provision.

The provisional examination of the provision will be able to request up to the end of October 2020. It will be able to begin to yield with effects of 1 June 2020 and it will have one maximum duration of four months, provided that the application is presented within the first fifteen calendar days of July. Otherwise effects are set on the following day of the presentation of the application.

Amount of the provision.

70% will be paid of the minimum base of contribution that it corresponds for the activity carried out in the Special Regime. They will not be of maximum limts application nor minimum according to the family circumstances of the self-employed worker.

During the perception of the provision there will not be obligation of quoting, remaining the worker in situation of registration or assimilated to the registration in the regime of Social Security Institute corresponding. Contributions through which there is no obligation of quoting will will be assumed by Mutua Universal.

Incompatibilities.

This provision is incompatible with the work as an employee and with any provision of Social Security Institute that the payee came receiving unless was compatible with the payment of the activity as a freelance worker, provided that income for this activity do not exceed 23,275 euros.

For freelance workers included in the Special Plan for Sea Workers, this provision is, also, incompatible with the perception of aids for paralysation of the fleet.

Review of the provision.

Starting from 31 January 2021, will be proceeded to revise all adopted provisional resolutions. For this will be obtained of the Ministry of the Treasury corresponding tax details of the self-employed worker to the second half of 2020. In the event of not being able to have access to details obrantes in the tax administrations, the self-employed worker should contribute to Mutua Universal:

  • Copy of the model 390 of annual summary statement VAT of 2020.
  • Copy of the model 130 corresponding to the autosettlement in fractionated payment of the PERSONAL INCOME TAX of the fourth quarter of 2020.

Self-employed workers that they pay taxes in the PERSONAL INCOME TAX for objective evaluation (model 131) should contribute the documentation necessary to prove income of reference.

Renunciation to the provision.

The self-employed worker that has requested the payment of this provision will be able to give up to her at any time before 31 August 2020, supplying effects the renunciation the next month to its communication, being able to return for own initiative the perceived provision without the need for to expect to the corresponding claim by this company.

 

To carry out the application must fill the application form and to send it to the administrative mailbox of your closer centre.

Published on: 06/07/2020

This exemption is incompatible with the provision of the article 9 described arrives and the provision for cessation of activity (ROYAL DECREE-LAW 8/2015)

The requirements to be fulfilled are:

  • Be member and of registration in the RETA or RETA-sea.
  • Perceived credit the Extraordinary benefit for self-employed workers affected by the crisis brought about by the COVID-19 until 30 of June 2020.

All the self-employed workers that are not going to request the ordinary Provision of compatible cessation of activity with the work on a self-employed basis (Article 9 of the Royal Decree-Law 24/2020) and that they have received the Extraordinary benefit for cessation of activity for self-employed workers affected by the crisis brought about by the COVID-19 (Royal Decree Act 8/2020), will have access to this exemption.

Mutua Universal is not competent to recognise this exoneration, which is why he should address to the General Treasury of the Social Security to request the relevant information.

In any case, if you are in registration and it has received the extraordinary benefit for cessation of activity until end of June, has right an exemption from its contributions in accordance with following amounts (article 8 ROYAL DECREE-LAW 24/2020):

  1.  100% of the contributions corresponding to July.
  2.  50% of the contributions corresponding to August.
  3.  25% of the contributions corresponding to September.

This exemption will remain in the event of receiving provisions for Temporary Disability or other subsidies provided that it remains the obligation of quoting.

 

Published on: 06/07/2020

In what situation are?

If you have received the extraordinary benefit for cessation of activity during the state of emergency until 30 of June 2020.

You have not received the extraordinary benefit for cessation of activity during the state of emergency until 30 of June 2020. 

Published on: 06/07/2020

   

 

Extraordinary benefit for self-employed workers affected by the crisis brought about by the COVID-19

Published on: 01/07/2020
Published on: 19/05/2020

New application form for self-employed workers protected by the INSS

On the basis of additional conditions Tenth and Eleventh of the Royal Decree-Law 15/2020, of 21 April, on urgent complementary measures to support the economy and employment, Freelance workers or Self-employed workers that did not choose some Collaborative Mutual Society for the management of certain provisions of Social Security Institute, in the prescribed time (up to the end of June 2019), will owe choose, to cause right to this provision, to espouse a Mutual Society. 

For this, put at your disposal an online form that him will allow carrying out in a just procedure the adherence to Mutua Universal and the application of the extraordinary benefit for cessation of activity for self-employed workers affected by the crisis brought about by the COVID-19.

The term to carry out this procedure will finish to three months of the end of the state of emergency.

Published on: 06/04/2020

Application form for self-employed workers associated with Mutua Universal