of Dimitris Katsaganis
The contributions in favor of the supplementary insurance for the self-employed lawyers, engineers and doctors are reduced by 7 percentage points from June 1, 2022.
This reduction comes as a consequence of the reduction of the contributions of the auxiliary branch of e-EFKA for the employees from the same date. Specifically, these contributions will be reduced from 6.5% to 6%.
As the contributions of the auxiliary for the self-employed engineers, doctors and lawyers are from 1 January 2020 (according to the insurance law Vroutsi) fixed amounts and not percentages on incomes, the reduction for them will bring their adjustment as such (ie as fixed percentages).
It is recalled that these self-employed, since the beginning of 2022, have chosen between three insurance categories.
Specifically, they have chosen to pay monthly for ancillary contributions the amount of 42 euros (1st category), 51 euros (2nd category) or 61 euros (3rd category). These contributions will be paid by the taxpayers up to this month.
From next month, these contributions will be as follows. Those who have chosen the 1st category, will pay 39 euros (instead of 42 euros). Those who have chosen the 2nd category, will pay the amount of 47 euros (instead of 51 euros), while those who have chosen the 3rd category, will pay the amount of 56 euros (instead of 61 euros.
Thus, for example, an insured person who has chosen the 1st category, paying up to 42 euros / month until May, will win the amount of 3 euros from June. On an annual basis the profit amounts to 36 euros (3 euros X 12 months).
This reduction will also apply to the insured of the Auxiliary Capital Insurance Fund (TEKA), ie to the self-employed engineers, doctors and lawyers who were insured for the first time from January 1, 2022.
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