MADRID, 1 Ago. (EUROPA PRESS) -
The Ministry of Inclusion, Social Security and Migration has highlighted the approval of the new contribution system for real income for the self-employed and the law on employment pension plans as part of the fulfillment of the commitments made for 2022, as reported on Monday by the portfolio directed by José Luis Escrivá in a statement.
The department headed by José Luis Escrivá emphasizes that the new contribution system for the self-employed has the "maximum social consensus", the result of the agreement "with the main organizations of the group and with social agents".
For the Ministry, this measure, approved last Tuesday by the Council of Ministers, will allow the self-employed to "contribute according to their net income" and "increase their social protection with a new protection scheme" from 2023.
The approval of this regulation by royal decree-law also complies with one of the main commitments of the Recovery, Transformation and Resilience Plan (PRTR) in terms of pensions.
Throughout the first months of this 2022, the Escrivá portfolio has also carried out the regulation law for the promotion of employment pension plans, which achieved the support of both Chambers.
This rule will favor the second pillar of the pension system, relating to collective savings formulas for retirement. The new law is designed to complement the savings of the self-employed, public employees and workers of small and medium-sized companies.
These milestones are included in the "Compliance" accountability report, presented last week by the Prime Minister, Pedro Sánchez.