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Aid for self-employed women

Women are one of the most difficult groups to enter the labour market, so it is not surprising that many of them are tired of waiting for someone to give them a chance, which is why different types of aid have been created for self-employed women who choose to start a business.

But the life of a self-employed person is not easy, especially if she is in a rural environment or decides to become a mother. Therefore, specific assistance is provided to women who decide to work for themselves.

In some cases, subsidies and grants are also grouped according to the age of the parties involved, as in certain age groups it is more difficult for women to work as employees. Through this measure, the aim is to enable women to work and develop professionally, and if no one is willing to hire them, they themselves are architects of change and work for themselves.

Here you will find:
Flat rate: help for women who are self-employed.
Help for pregnant self-employed women
Help for self-employed women on maternity leave
Help for self-employed women with children under the age of 12 or dependent persons in their care
Help for self-employed women who are victims of gender violence
Plan: Rural women’s challenge
Aid for self-employed women who are unemployed

Flat rate: aid for women who are registered as self-employed
One of the aids for self-employed women is the flat rate is a bonus from the social security, the self-employed only have to pay 60 euros per month during the first 12 months of activity, which is very special for women.

If she is a self-employed woman under 35, she will continue to enjoy a 30% reduction in self-employment fees for up to 30 months (the regular bonus lasts for 24 months).

In addition, self-employed women who resume their activities after maternity leave can apply for a fixed monthly rate of 60 euros (the 2-year grace period does not apply).

Aid for pregnant self-employed women
Until recently, self-employed women who decided to become mothers were one of the most neglected groups, forcing many of them to terminate their activities after the birth of a child.

Nowadays, self-employed pregnant women who have to take time off work during pregnancy can take temporary leave up to the 21st day, and receive a base rate of 60% for the rest of the day. However, if the loss is due to the risk of pregnancy, they can receive 100% of the regulatory base from the beginning.

Help for self-employed women on maternity leave
Self-employed women are also entitled to 16 weeks’ maternity leave after childbirth. The amount of the grant is 100% of the payment basis, so if you pay the minimum amount (944.4 euros in 2019), you will get 944.4 euros per month.

You should also remember that during your holidays you do not have to pay self-employment tax. If you do not meet the requirements, you can collect your free allowances within 42 calendar days of receiving them.

The time can be extended in the following cases:

You are a large or single-parent family.
If there are multiple births (two or more children).
If the parent’s disability is equal to or greater than 65%.
This amount is equivalent to 100% of the Public Index of Multiple Effect Income (IPREM).

Aid for self-employed women with children under 12 years of age or dependent persons in their care.
Aid for self-employed women
Another of the aids for self-employed women takes into account women who care for children under 12 years of age, or need to support dependent family members or women with a disability equal to or greater than 33%, can apply for a 100% discount on security taxes and dedicate themselves to the care of that family member for 12 months.

But in order to do so, the self-employed must hire someone to take care of their professional activities, and once they have returned to work, the professional must remain registered with RETA for at least six months.

Aid for self-employed women who are victims of gender violence
Women victims of gender violence who have to cease their activities in order for their protection to be effective will receive a 100% bonus as freelancers.

The status of victims of gender violence must be approved by the competent authority and the bonus period is 6 months. For the purposes of registering with the Social Security Administration, their conditions will be absorbed.

Plan: Rural Women’s Challenge
In recent years, the Ministry of Equality has launched several programmes to support female entrepreneurs and self-employed women. Among them, the Rural Women’s Challenge Programme stands out, which aims to support women facing difficult challenges in rural areas.

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