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The next year of 2023 is full of news regarding the subsidies and social benefits it means. First of all, the most important change has to do with the new amounts from January 1thanks to the rise in the IPREM by 3.6% by 600 euros per month, which will affect aid such as the Extraordinary subsidy for people over 52 years of age, the unemployment benefit, the Minimum Vital Income or the subsidy for people over 45 years of age. Today, the IPREM is set at 579 euros.
Minimum Vital Income: new amounts from January
This was announced by the Government of Spain, at the hands of the Minister of Finance and Public Administration, María Jesús Montero, at the beginning of October, when the new General State Budgets were presented. However, it should be noted that the Minister of Inclusion, Social Security and Migration, José Luis Escrivá, does not rule out that the amounts rise even more in the case of the IMV and the lowest pensions. However, this is not the only thing that changes from 2o23. It also does so in other aspects, as in the case of be able to reconcile a job with the possibility of receiving the Minimum Vital Income. This is reflected in the BOE, through the Royal Decree 789/2022, of September 27.
The #CMin approves the employment incentive for beneficiaries of the Minimum Vital Income who improve their employment situation.
– The Moncloa (@fromlamoncloa) September 27, 2022
Compatibility of the subsidy for people over 52 years of age
The same goes for the subsidy for people over 52although in this case, the workers, whether temporary or permanent discontinuous, as of March 3, 2022, the recipients can combine this aid with a job, as long as the contract lasts less than three months. The purpose of this change is to quickly comply with the sixth final provision of Royal Decree-Law 32/2021, of December 28, on urgent measures for labor reform, the guarantee of employment stability and the transformation of the labor market.
100 euros more for the unemployed from the seventh month
Up to 300,000 unemployed they will receive 100 euros more each month for the unemployment benefit from 2023. The explanation for this unprecedented change is very simple. Government raises the regulatory base to 60% from the seventh month as a beneficiary of this contributory benefit managed today by the State Public Employment Service (SEPE). Until now, the regulatory base is set at 50% from day 181 that unemployment is being collected.
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