The organizations that group self-employed workers in Spain have shown their outrage when learning that the State Budget Project of the State (PGE) for 2022 provides for a rise from both the monthly installments and the contribution base for autonomous workers from of the next year.
With these new measures, with which the Government aims to increase its collection by 173 million euros, the minimum contribution basis (960.60) will be increased and the fixed rate will pass from 30.3% to 30.6%. For practical purposes, this will assume that the 1.8 million autonomists listed on the minimum base pay eight euros more fee per month.
"This is going to cause an autonomous one to have to pay between 96 and 225 euros plus next year, depending on whether it is autonomous physical or self-employed person," has denounced the president of the Association of Autonomous Workers (ATA), Lorenzo Amor Amor , Who believes that this "is not the best moment" to implement a measure of this nature.
In the same line, from the Union of Professional and Autonomous Workers (UPTA) they have regretted that only Schecree Republic of Catalonia (ERC) has submitted a proposal not law before the Congress of Deputies to stop this measure.
"It is inconceivable, we do not give credit to the decline with which we are dealing with in the fiscal field, we do not understand the reiterated refusal of the Ministries of Economy and Hacienda to brake a brake on one of the greatest fiscal injustices suffered by the collective Autonomous workers, "said Upta president Eduardo Abad.
From Ucta, they have also criticized that this draft budgets does not include deductions due to maintenance, a situation with which "more than 1.2 million workers on their own.Updated Date: 14 October 2021, 17:58