"Based on what criteria does the Government of Spain intend to implement a new contribution system for the self-employed?", Asks the national deputy of VOX for Ceuta, Teresa López, to the Government of Sánchez and Iglesias, in relation to the change in the system of contribution of the self-employed by the Executive, "to approximate it to real income." A self-employed contribution system that is currently regulated by the Special Regime for Self-Employed Workers (RETA).
López has asked about the benefits that this new system would entail, in which each self-employed person chooses the basis for which they want to contribute regardless of their income. "What are the disadvantages?" Asks the Ceuta parliamentarian. And, according to the president of the National Federation of Associations of Self-Employed Workers (ATA), there are several inconveniences to implement this system, "since many do not have returns and the information is not available in real time." In the case of Ceuta, there are currently 3,347 self-employed workers, -1.5% less compared to October last year.
“Has the Government of Spain met with the main associations of the self-employed to determine what measures to adopt? Does the Executive intend to address the demands of these groups? ”, Asks López, adding that“ this new system would leave out more than two million self-employed workers ”.