Most household employers, at the end of February 2023, received 3 different charges at their bank.
The 3 charges would be the following: “payment of the monthly social security contribution”, “new contribution due to unemployment”, “regularization of the differences in contributions from previous years”.
Most household employers, at the end of February 2023, received 3 different charges in their bank corresponding to the social security of their domestic worker:
– One is the “payment of the monthly social security contribution” which corresponds to the month of January 2023 (since the contribution is always paid in arrears).
– Another amount, which is the smallest amount, corresponds to a “new unemployment contribution” that all employers have been obliged to pay from October 2022 but this amount had not yet been collected from October to December 2022 in the monthly installments, and now in February they have collected the installment for October 2022, next month they will collect the one for November 2022 and in April 2023 the one for December 2022. Check the concept and month that appears on the bank receipt.
– The last amount that has been paid corresponds to the “regularization of the differences of contribution of the previous years“ of the updated amounts of salary equivalent to the increases of the SMI of each year and that had to be communicated at the beginning of the year 2022 of the four previous years, and that from this month of February 2023 they have started to collect, but from month to month, so for many months it is supposed to be active this month. In principle, a few days before the end of the month, each employer had to receive an email in which they were informed in a very generic way that from this month onwards they would proceed to regularize the contributions. Check the concept and month that appears on the bank receipt.
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