Funding. The Social Security Budget
This unit aims to:
- Make students aware of the economic cost of Social Security benefits, and the need to guarantee its sources of funding function well.
- Provide students with knowledge of Social Security Budgets, a policy that from an economic and financial point of view explains its operation.
- The Social Security Budget. Introduction Drawing up the budget, Contents, Expenditure and Income + The Social Security Budget 2009.
We remind you that...
- Social Security benefits have a high economic cost, as they affect a very high number of citizens.
- Both for society and specifically for the benefits of every citizen, it is very important to monitor compliance with the obligation of employers and other liable people to make contributions.
- The Single Till principle guarantees solidarity, and equal treatment, between Spaniards, regardless of their place of residence.
- The distribution principle is a system of solidarity between generations.