Less than 250 000 self-employed workers will be deducted from the contribution they are expected to spend in the parliament over a week.
This is Alexis Tsipras' commitments to TIF. It is archived in Parliament every week and the reduction of contributions takes effect from 1 January 2019.
It is estimated that the profits of the prospect of this invoice will be between 200 and 4,690 euros a year.
The basic provision for social security contributions for self-employed workers stipulates that the direct insurance premium shall be reduced from 20% to 13.33%, while maintaining the current minimum contribution of EUR 117.2 per month (20% of the minimum wage).
By 13.3 per cent, young researchers will have a maximum of 5 years and farmers will pay 12% in 2019, 12.66% in 2020, 2021 in 13% in 2020 and 2022 in 13 years, 3% in 2022.
It should be noted that the change in gross of the social security contributions and the gross income – without deduction of taxable income – have been deducted from 1 January 2019 to 100%, not 85% this year.
As the ESEE underlines in the current system until January 1, 2019, the annual income (net income + premiums) is EUR 7 032, the liable party pays a minimum annual interest rate of EUR 1,895.4 (monthly fee of EUR 157, EUR 9 * 12). Of this amount, up to a maximum of EUR 70,330 will be calculated proportionally (net result + premiums) * 26,95%, whereas the annual ceiling of EUR 18 953,9 will be introduced from EUR 70,331.
The requirement is that the debtor will pay a minimum annual interest rate of 1/19/2019 and its annual income (net winnings + insurance premiums) is € 9,346, or € 1,895.4 (minimum monthly subscription of € 157.9). Of this sum up to a maximum of EUR 93 492, the fee is proportionally calculated (net income + insurance premiums) of 20,28% (13,33% for pension benefits + 6,95% for health) and 93,463 for a maximum of EUR 18 953,9.
From the above comparison, according to the ESEE, a new provision, the benefits are self-employed / self-employed, whose gross income (net income + contribution) is 7,033 – 9,346 euros, while in the scheme in force in 2019 a rate of 26,95% would be levied on this entry stage when the new 1/19/1919 program paid a minimum of EUR 1,895.4 million (or monthly) of EUR 157,9), nor the new total interest rate of 20,28% .
When the new mixed income system (net result + contributions) is more than € 9,346 and a maximum of € 71,000, the average real and average income of the medium and higher incomes is 22% and 24,3% respectively.
Also, with updated changes, gross gains of EUR 70,331 and EUR 93,422, relative coefficient (20.28%), while an annual fee of EUR 18.953.4 would be introduced. This amount (€ 23,131) is paid for the one that gets more.
Note that the projected increase in the current minimum wage (EUR 586.08 in gross) of 1/19/2019 will adjust the minimum insurance premium for self-employed persons / self-employed persons upwards. This development, which of course depends on the last growth rate, leads to the vast majority of self-employed people paying the payments that currently pay the smallest share.
Lawyers and engineers
Lawyers and engineers are expected to benefit from a triple basic reduction, supplement and lump sum payment. This is because the primary pension insurance is reduced to 13.3% of the 20%, while the additional and lump sum payments are set at 7% and 4% of the minimum wage regardless of the result, ie 41 euros extra and 23.44 one-off.
For example, an engineer or lawyer with an income of EUR 20 032 would be covered by direct insurance of 230 euros per month from the beginning of 2019. Now with the new system it costs 173 euros. If you pay a one-time fee of € 124 per month, you will have to pay € 64.5. The annual benefit of all savings is € 1,401 (-32.96%). The health charge stays stable at 6.95 percent. For annual income, the annual benefit of EUR 40 000 is EUR 3 775, while EUR 60 000 is EUR 10 734.