The Government proposes that the self-employed pay fees of between 90 euros and 1,220 euros per month when the new income-based contribution system comes into operation. Self-employed workers who earn the least will pay less and those who earn more, higher amounts, in a scheme distributed in 13 sections.
And, according to the Government’s calculations, on average a self-employed person would pay 275 euros per month . This is the offer that the employers and unions have on the table right now, according to a document that Cadena.
SER has advanced and to which EL PERIÓDICO has had access. This is the approach of Minister José Luís Escrivá , but not that of the social agents, whose positions are still very distant.
Escrivá said in his appearance on Wednesday that a first agreement on pensions was “imminent”, although it will not include the details that have emerged this Thursday on the new proposal for the self-employed.
The approach already transferred weeks ago of postponing the entry into force of the system until 2023 and that it was not at full capacity until 2032 was no longer liked by part of the table. And the sections and amounts of between 90 and 1,220 euros are not to the liking of all parties either.
The agreement looks distant in this area and the details that have transpired will change if Social Security wants to close it with an agreement.