What will be the maximum unemployment that can be charged with the 8.5% increase for 2023?
It was almost a month ago, on October 4, to be more exact, when the Government led by Pedro Sánchez announced that for the next year of 2023 all benefits will be revalued thanks to the rise of the IPREM to 600 euros. Therefore, it will raise unemployment benefitbetter known by citizens as charging the unemployment. Now, the crux of the matter now is to know what will be the maximum amount of money that can be received in the event of being unemployed from next January.
To solve this question, the first thing to know is how much is the maximum amount of this contributory benefit in 2022. Well, it will depend on the situation of the person who is without work, according to the data published in the SEPE website. For example, in the event that the beneficiary does not have sons or daughters, as of today, it is €1,182.15, that is, 175% of the IPREM. However, in the event that the recipient has a child, it is placed in €1,351.04that is, 200% of the IPREM.
However, in the event that you have 2 children or more, it amounts to €1,519.93 or, what is the same, 225% of the IPREM. Secondly, the minimum to receive It is €540.41, although if you have one child or more, add 722.80 euros. Let’s now see how much it will be in the coming months.
Maximum and minimum unemployment in 2023
The first thing to know is that it is expected that the increase is 8.5%, the highest revaluation in history. However, it is not ruled out that it could be even higher. This is how the Minister of Inclusion, Social Security and Migration, José Luis Escrivá, wanted to express it, who did not rule out the idea that it would exceed the estimated figure at first, although it would directly affect the lowest pensions and people who have the Income Minimum Vital (IMV).
Having said this, taking into account these data expressed by the Executive, underline that the minimum unemployment by 2023 would be in €559.86 in the event that you do not have children, which represents an increase of 19.45 euros more per month. Now, if you have one or more children, it would go from 722.80 euros to 748.82 euros per month.
On the other hand, regarding the maximum unemployment benefit for 2023would go from 1,182.16 euros for people without dependent children, to €1,224.71that is, 42.55 euros more per month.
Maximum amount for 2023
- without children (175% of the IPREM): from 1,182.16 euros to 1,224.71.
- 1 child (200% of the IPREM): from 1,351.04 euros to €1,399.67.
- 2 children or more (225% of the IPREM): from 1,519.92 euros to €1,557.63.
What is the IPREM and what is it for?
The Public Indicator of Income for Multiple Effects, by its acronym, IPREM, was born in July 2004, during the Executive of José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero, to replace the Interprofessional Minimum Wage (SMI), which was limited to the workplace, and which until now used as reference index in Spain for the allocation of aid and subsidies based on income.
What will the IPREM be in 2023?
Currently, it is located in €579.02 monthly. To calculate the money to be received, depending on how long you have contributed as an employee to Social Security, 80% of the IPREM is used as a reference. However, the President of the Government, Pedro Sánchez, announced that it will rise by 3.6% by 2023, which will mean 20.98 euros more per month, until reaching the 600 euros per month.
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