Three novelties in unemployment that you still do not know for 2023: new amounts


Coinciding with the presentation of the unemployment data corresponding to the month of October, presented by the Ministry of Labor and Social Economy, led by Yolanda Díaz, it is worth taking into account several of the novelties presented for the unemployment benefit looking forward to next year. Undoubtedly, one of the most important changes to take into account are the new amounts to be received by unemployed people in 2023. Government of Spain confirmed on October 3, during the presentation of the new General State Budgets, that all benefits and subsidies will rise by around 8.5%, including, of course, unemployment.

How much unemployment will be charged in 2023: new amounts

If the statements made by the Executive of Pedro Sánchez are fulfilled, the maximum unemployment benefit to be received, once the increase has been applied, will be set at a range between €1,224.71 -in the event that there are no dependent children-, €1,399.67 -1 child- and of €1,557.63 for those with 2 children or more. On the other hand, in regards to the minimum amount to collect for the unemployment benefit on a monthly basis, would be fixed on the €559.86 in the event that there are no offspring, this represents an increase of 19.45 euros more per month. In the event that there is one stem or more, it will go from 722.80 euros to 748.82.

100 euros more in unemployment starting next year

Up to 300,000 unemployed will receive 100 euros more in unemployment from January, since the unemployment regulatory base will once again be 60% from the seventh month. It should be remembered that the regulatory base was lowered to 50% after 180 days when Mariano Rajoy’s PP governed. However, during the first six months of receiving the unemployment benefit managed by the State Public Employment Service (SEPE), the regulatory base will be set at 70%, as has been the case until now.

The unemployment benefit is revalued

Another of the reforms contemplated by the coalition government, formed by PSOE and United We Can, is the revaluation of the amounts of the unemployment benefit depending on the IPREM, which goes from 579.02 euros to 600 euros from 2023. Therefore, it will go from 19.30 euros per day to 20 euros a day or, what is the same, from 6,948.24 euros, to 7,200 euros per year.

When is unemployment paid?

It seems that what is not going to change is when is unemployment paid. The payment of unemployment benefit by the SEPE occurs on the 10th or, if it is a holiday, the next business day of each month. However, it should be noted that due to the social urgency caused by the health crisis caused by the pandemic, an agreement was reached with the banking entities to advance payment to the first week of the month.


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