1. What specific measures are contained in Royal Decree Law 11/2020 in favour of the self-employed?
- Royal Decree Law 11/2020, establishes the following for the self-employed:
In its Article 34, moratoriums on Social Security contributions for six months, without interest, corresponding to the months of May, June and July 2020, and
- In its Article 35, deferment of the payment of its debts with the Social Security whose regulatory period of entry takes place in the months of April, May and June 2020, being of application an interest of 0.5%.
Order ISM/371/2020, of 24 April, implements Article 34 of Royal Decree Law 11/2020, of 31 March, which adopts urgent complementary measures in the social and economic field to deal with COVID-19.
Said Order determines the economic activities that may use it, in accordance with the current National Classification of Economic Activities (CNAE-2009).
These activities are as follows:
119 (Other non-perennial crops).
129 (Other perennial crops).
1812 (Other printing and graphic arts activities).
2512 (Manufacture of metalwork).
4322 (Plumbing, heating and air conditioning system installations).
4332 (Carpentry installation).
4711 (Retail trade in non-specialised establishments, predominantly food, drink and tobacco)
4719 (Other retail trade in non-specialised stores).
4724 (Retail trade of bread and bakery products, confectionery and pastry in specialised establishments)
7311 (Advertising agencies).
8623 (Dental activities).
9602 (Hairdressing and other beauty treatments).