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No, this is a different and supplementary benefit, as contained in Royal Decree-Law 8/2020, regarding extraordinary urgent measures to combat the economic and social impact of COVID-19 (ARTICLE 17). The amounts, duration and access requirements have been modified, among other elements, with the aim of assisting a greater number of beneficiaries.The validity is limited to one month following the entry into force of Royal Decree 463/2020, which declared the state of emergency to manage the crisis caused by COVID-19. If the state of emergency is extended beyond the initial month, the benefit will end on the last day of the month in which the state of emergency is lifted.
Self-employed or freelance workers whose activities have been suspended by the declaration of the state of alarm (according to the annex to RD 463/2020),
Or, in other cases, when the turnover in the month prior to that for which the service is requested is reduced by at least 75% in relation to the average turnover for the previous six-month period.
Yes, those who employ workers and have had to close due to the state of emergency or have suffered a reduction in their turnover of at least 75% can present an ERTE for their workers and request this supplementary benefit for themselves.
During the period of receipt of the extraordinary benefit for cessation of activity, self-employed workers who suspend their activity must not process the cancellation of their Social Security registration and continue to register their economic activity with the Treasury.
If the right to the benefit is due to a 75% reduction in invoicing in the month prior to the month in which the benefit is requested in relation to that of the previous six-month period, they must in any case remain registered with the corresponding Social Security system, so that the exceptional regulations of RDL 8/2020 can be applied to them.
During the period of receipt of the extraordinary benefit for cessation of activity, self-employed workers who suspend their activity must not process the cancellation of their social security registration, and must therefore continue to be registered in the self-employed system.
No. Once the duration of the benefit has elapsed, the benefits in the contribution that were enjoyed prior to the concession of this benefit will again be applicable, where appropriate.
No. This period is understood as being contributed for according to Article 17 of RDL 8/2020.
No, this time will not reduce the periods for benefits for cessation of activity to which the beneficiary may be entitled in the future.
Paid contributions which overlap with any of the days during the period in which you are entitled to the supplementary benefit have been refunded by the Treasury. Resolution of the recognition of the right to the refund has been notified in the SEDESS and the amount has been paid to the same bank account where the charge was made.If the refund has not been processed, you can request it through the relevant SEDESS service.
As above, these workers will be entitled to the benefit if they can demonstrate a fall in turnover of at least 75%, as long as there is no discrepancy between the benefit and the activity.
The amount shall be determined by applying 70% to the base rate, which is calculated in the same manner as for the ordinary benefit for the cessation of activity: in other words, the average of the base rates contributed during the continuous 12-month period immediately preceding the application.
As a 12-month contribution period is not required for access to the benefit, when this period is not demonstrated, the amount of the benefit shall always be equivalent to 70% of the minimum contribution basis of the program for self-employed workers, which shall also apply to maritime workers (70% of €944.35=€661.04).
It will last for one month and will be extended until the last day of the month in which the state of alarm ends in the event that this situation is extended beyond the established month.
In addition, the time for which they are paid shall be deemed to be paid and shall not reduce the periods of severance pay to which they may be entitled in the future.
Eligible workers shall have the right to receive the benefit with effect from 14 March 2020, the date on which RD 463/2020 declaring the State of Emergency entered into force.
Those whose activity is among those suspended by RD 463/2020:
In addition to this documentation, when the reason for the service is a reduction in turnover, you must provide proof of this reduction. The form on the website will indicate the documentation to be submitted in each case.
To the Social Security Mutual Society Partner with whom you have coordinated safeguards in the event of cessation of activity, or the corresponding managing body for the Social Marine Institute or Public Service of State Employment.
No, the compatibility regime established by that Royal Decree-Law does not affect this extraordinary benefit for termination of activity.
This benefit shall be compatible with any other social security benefit that the beneficiary might be receiving and is compatible with the performance of the activity he or she was conducting. With regard to self-employed workers included in the Special Scheme for Sea Workers, the cessation of activity allowance shall be incompatible with the collection of benefits for the standstill of the fleet.
Royal Decree-Law 30/2020 of 29 September on social measures in defence of employment.
23. What are the measures approved for the protection of self-employed workers by the RD-law 2/2022, of 22 February, adopting urgent measures for the protection of self-employed workers, for the transition towards the structural mechanisms for the defence of employment, and for the economic and social recovery of the island of La Palma, and extending certain measures to deal with situations of social and economic vulnerability?
Art. 2. Extraordinary cessation of activity benefit for self-employed workers affected by a temporary suspension of all activity as a result of a decision by the competent authority as a measure to contain the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
a) Be affiliated and registered in the RETA or, where applicable, in the RETAMAR, at least 30 calendar days before the date of the decision to suspend the activity and, in any case, before the start date of the suspension when this has been decreed prior to 1 March 2022.
b) Be up to date with Social Security contribution payments.
APPLICATION PERIOD - ACQUISITION OF THE RIGHT AND DURATION
Recognition of the benefit may be requested within the first 21 calendar days following the entry into force of the agreement or resolution to close the activity or before 21 March when the suspension of activity has been agreed prior to 01 March 2022 and the extraordinary benefit referred to in Article 9 of Royal Decree-Law 18/2021, of 28 September, is not being received. Entitlement to the benefit will commence on the day the adoption of the activity closure measure by the competent authority is made effective, or from 1 March 2022 when the suspension of activity initiated prior to this date is maintained. If the application is submitted after the deadline, entitlement to benefit will start on the first day of the month following the month of the application. In such cases, the worker will be exempt from the obligation to pay contributions from the day on which they are entitled to the benefit. The benefit will be paid for a maximum of four months, and entitlement will end on the last day of the month in which it is agreed that the measures will be lifted or on 30 June 2022, whichever is earlier.
Solicitud art. 2 R-D Ley 2/2022
Declaración responsable art 2 R-D Ley 2/2022.pdf
Prórroga de las medidas extraordinarias de Seguridad Social para los trabajadores autónomos afectados por la erupción volcánica registrada en la zona de Cumbre Vieja en La Palma