According to the provision of the General Treasury of the Social Security, the quota of the self-employed for the year 2020 will not rise until the approval of the General State Budgets.
In January 2020, the quota of the self-employed should have increased according to the new types of contributions for the year 2020, as established by RD-Law 28/2018 of December 28, but Social Security has decided to wait for the approval of the General State Budgets, to apply the new types of contributions.
The Royal Decree-Law 28/2018 of December 28, for the revaluation of public pensions and other urgent measures in social, labor and employment matters, in its Second Transitional Provision establishes for the year 2020, a progressive increase in the types of contributions applicable for professional contingencies and for the cessation of activity of self-employed workers, with respect to the year 2019. The new types of contributions are as follows:
|Quote Type||Year 2020|
|Common contingencies||28,30 %|
|Professional Contingencies||1,10 %|
|Cessation Activity||0,80 %|
|Vocational training||0,10 %|
|Total ...||30,30 %|
Therefore, at the moment for the year 2020, the monthly fee that the self-employed individual (€ 283.31) and the business owners (€ 364.22) is kept, until Social Security applies the new types of contributions corresponding to the 2020, which will be for the self-employed individual (€ 286.15) and for the corporate (€ 367.87).
The team Caesar will inform about the new issues that may be given regarding the monthly fee of the self-employed.