The Government launched the Registered Program, Economic Recovery, Employment Generation and Social Inclusion, which seeks to “reduce the informality” of workers in private homes. The plan stipulates the payment of up to 50% by the State of the salaries of registered employees for six months, starting from the 1st. october.
The Minister of Women, Gender and Diversity, Elizabeth Gómez Alcorta, said that it is a program of “economic recovery, employment generation and social inclusion of workers in private homes.” The announcement was made after a meeting held by President Alberto Fernández in his office at the Casa Rosada with the official and the ministers of Economy, Martín Guzmán, and Labor, Claudio Moroni; the president of Banco Nación, Eduardo Hecker, and the head of the AFIP, Mercedes Marcó del Pont.
To access this benefit, the employer must receive monthly income below the non-taxable minimum of the Income Tax, and must pay the remaining percentage of the salary, contributions, contributions and the art quota of the registered worker. As for the incentive, it will be 50% of the minimum monthly net remuneration if the employer sector has a gross monthly income of less than 70% of the minimum non-taxable Income Tax.
We are not only responding to a sector hard hit by the pandemic. Also, we made visible years of effort and repaired a historical debt with them. — Alberto Fernández (@alferdez)
September 27, 2021
On the other hand, it will be 30%, when it has a gross monthly income that is between 70 and 100% of the non-taxable minimum. To verify that the benefit reaches the workers directly, the State, in collaboration with Banco Nación, will open a free salary account for each of the workers, where it will deposit the incentive.