The global pandemic has caused many SMEs in our country to see their work affected, and with it their income, by not being able to carry out their work with total normality. For this reason, the national deputy of VOX for Ceuta, Teresa López, has asked the Executive if it is considering implementing as a model that the contributions of the self-employed are adjusted to the net income of people who are self-employed. Before, you already asked about the new model that the Executive is considering.
And it is that, the Union of Professionals and Self-Employed Workers (UPTA) drew up a proposal so that the contributions of self-employed workers are adjusted to the net income of people who are self-employed, and that would affect some 3,250,000 people given registered in the Special Regime for Self-Employed Workers (RETAS). For this reason, López has questioned that, if so, "when would this proposal be launched?"
The proposal would consist of a first tranche for those who obtain net returns lower than 50% of the Minimum Interprofessional Salary (SMI). For them, a super-reduced contribution rate would be established, which will be calculated on the 25% minimum current contribution base. And on the other hand, a second tranche for those who obtain returns greater than 50% of the SMI and not higher than the amount of the SMI in annual calculation.
In addition, VOX has warned that, according to the UPTA, there may be "thousands of false self-employed due to the massive hiring of self-employed workers, where they should be registered as an employee, by administrations and large companies." "Does the Ministry of Labor and Social Economy plan to adopt any mechanism or measure to alleviate the hiring of false self-employed workers that, as the Union of Professionals and Self-Employed Workers warns, occur in the education and health sectors?" Lopez.