Do you want to register as a Self-Employed Company Owner?
Are you already a self-employed company owner and want to manage your returns for excess payments, and potentially recover up to € 4,000?
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Self-Employed Company Owner is someone who has established a SL and is its administrator.
If you have not been registered as Self-Employed in the previous 2 years, in the Special Regime of the Social Security of Self-Employed or Self-Employed Workers (RETA) .
Yes. A court ruling 2 years ago not only ruled that self-employed company owners were eligible for the “Tarifa Plena” but also that they could claim it retroactively. Therefore, those self-employed company owners who were denied the “Tarifa Plena” can now request the return of excess payments, provided that four years have not elapsed since the first payment was made.
If we focus on article 31 of Law 20/2007, of July 11, of the Statute of self-employment, the self-employed who register in the RETA and contribute the minimum will have to pay a reduced fee of around 60 euros during the first year. In case of opting for a contributory base higher than the minimum, a reduction of 80% would be applied on the contribution for professional contingencies.
The answer is no. The self-employed company owner does not share the minimum contribution base with the self-employed individual, but is slightly higher. This is because a self-employed company owner has a higher minimum contributory base of 1,214.10 euros versus 944.40 euros for a self-employed individual. Therefore, the flat rate fee of the self-employed company owner can be around 85 euros during the first year, that is, the result of applying the 80% reduction on the contribution for common contingencies.
In addition, the fee is reduced for both common contingencies and professional contingencies.
We must not forget that the Statute of self-employment indicates that from the second year, after registering as self-employed in Social Security, the following discounts would be applied::
- Months 12 to 18: 50% reduction of the minimum social security charge for common contingencies.
- Months 18 to 24: 30% reduction of the minimum social security charge for common contingencies.
- Months 24 to 36: 30% reduction of the minimum social security charge for common contingencies for new self-employed men under 30 years of age and self-employed women under 35 years of age.
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