These are the ten new aids that the Government already has prepared for 2023

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The grants and bonuses for citizens in Spain grow in 2023 motivated, above all, by the high rate of inflation that plagues the country, marked by the Russian invasion in Ukraine, although in September it moderated to almost 9%, thus falling below two figures. To be more exact, the Executive, led by President Pedro Sánchez, announced a little over two weeks ago -during the presentation of the new General State Budgets- the creation and continuity of a total of ten grants addressed to citizens.

In this sense, just this week, within the ‘More Energy Security Plan’, the new electric social bonuswith a 40% discount to lower the electricity bill Until december 31 this year, which is expected to benefit 1.5 million consumers. This is reflected in the Royal Decree-Law 18/2022, of October 18published in the BOE, which also contemplates that the discounts from the current 60% to 65% for vulnerable consumersyes, and of 70% to 80% for those who are in situation of severe vulnerability.

The PGE 2023 also contemplates other large-scale aid for families with children newborns up to three years, as is the case of the bonus of 100 euros per child that, until now, was only contemplated for working mothers. However, from January will become universal. Of course, it should be noted that while waiting for more data to be expanded, it remains to be confirmed if there will be a maximum income limit. Now, what is known is that you will not be able to receive it if you collect the unemployment benefit or subsidy, or in the event that you are on voluntary leave.

New aid to combat inflation and permits

Other measures decreed are, for example, the 7 day leave to take care of relatives or cohabitants. It is aimed at workers who have to stay at home to take care of, for example, an elderly person or even accompany their partner to the doctor. On the other hand, it also includes 8 weeks parental leave. In principle, unpaid, for each child and to which the workers will have the right to benefit until the minor reaches the age of 8.

Likewise, the single parent families with two children they will have the category of large family, so they will be able to avail themselves of the benefits that this entails. This was confirmed a few weeks ago by the Minister of Finance and Public Administration, Maria Jesus Montero, who declared at a press conference that “we need to support women who decide to tackle motherhood alone”. On the other hand, it incorporates cultural bonus of 400 euros when they turn 18 to spend on cultural activities and products for those born in 2004. An economic aid promoted by the Minister of Culture, Miquel Iceta. It should be remembered in this regard that the application deadline has been extended until October 31. In addition, a new form of face-to-face application is opened at Correos.

Revaluation of all benefits, pensions and IMV

The Minimum Vital Income, the unemployment benefits and subsidiesas well as the pensions -retirement, widowhood, disability and orphanage- will be revalued according to the IPREM above 8.5%, the highest figure to date. However, the Minister of Inclusion, Social Security and Migration, Jose Luis Escrivadoes not rule out that the rise is higher for the lowest pensions and the IMV.

The improvement of unemployment

The regulatory base of the unemployment benefit it will return to 60% – before 50% – from the seventh month, for the unemployed who continue to receive unemployment benefits after the first six months, which will directly benefit more than 300,000 unemployed.

Free Renfe season tickets

The government expands suburban and medium-distance tickets free during 2023 that, initially, would be in operation until the end of the year as an extraordinary measure due to inflation.

9.5% increase in salaries for civil servants until 2024

In addition to the fact that the base salaries of civil servants will rise by 9.5% between 2022 and 2024, which also includes a salary clause based on the CPI, employees are just one step away from achieving a 35-hour work week. In addition, the Minister of Finance and Public Function, María Jesús Montero, has promised to promote teleworking as soon as possible.

Source: lainformacion.com

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