He has done it again. Isabel Diaz Ayuso He knows perfectly well how to be noticed even when the news is so full of news that he doesn’t give much space to anything other than the death of Elizabeth II or inflation. But she has made it.
Knowing that next year again there are elections to the Community of Madridthe president has banged on the table with a series of new measures to strengthen his position and his voters in a context of economic crisis.
An affordable housing plan for those under 35 years of age, more salaries for teachers, pregnancy grants for women over 40 years of age, tax changes and… voila, a zero fee for the self-employed for a year.
The self-employed, a rather unprotected group in our country, where you pay more fees than anywhere else in Europe and with which the Government of the nation has had few considerations. Well, she wanted to gain her favor with a measure that we are going to analyze to see if it really works for this.
Bread for today, hunger for tomorrow
Specifically, this zero quota will be for the new self-employed who undertake in the Community of Madrid and will last for one year. Also, may be extended for a second year if the monthly income does not exceed the Minimum Interprofessional Salary (SMI), which is currently 1,000 euros.
Thus, these new entrepreneurs they will have about two years of grace to be able to start their businesses without bearing the sword of Damocles of the monthly payment. Let us not forget that, in general, this fee is 50 years the first year, but then hit a rush up to around 300 euros.
Obviously, it is a good measure for those who venture to set up a business, but it is something very temporary and misleading. Because again these entrepreneurs will have to go from 0 to 100 as soon as they start making some money with their company, lor that makes the project difficult in the medium and long term.
Because it is precisely after a year or two when the business begins to give returns, and if it is at that moment when the general quota is applied, it is an added difficulty to the famous quarterly VAT declarations.
Therefore, can be counterproductive. Because it goes from nothing to everything, from a non-existent quota to a fairly high one, deconfiguring the budgets and plans of these self-employed workers.
So, instead of such populist measures, what the self-employed really need are realistic quotas, similar to those in the rest of Europe and not changing every one or two years. The fact that there are elections should not disrupt the already complicated life of small businesses, which are juggling to survive in a very hostile environment right now.
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