IFE for informal workers and single workers, closer and closer: what will it look like and who will be able to reach it?

Friday, April 15, 2022, 2:20 pm

President Alberto Fernandez will introduce a bill in Congress to prepay this benefit, which has been implemented through ANSES during the coronavirus pandemic.


The government has confirmed that ANSES Family Income in Emergency (IFE) can be returned to monotributists and will be funded through a project sent to Congress Taxing extraordinary profits from higher prices for food and basic supplies.

The fact is that the management of Alberto Fernandez is analyzing the implementation of a new IFE for this group of workers, according to various media reports. From the Executive they evaluated to once again include this feature which has already been implemented by ANSES during the coronavirus pandemic.

What will the ANSES IFE 2022 batch look like?

The national government will prepare a reward for the informal and consolidated workers, with characteristics similar to the IFE treatment already granted in this government department during the first phase of the health crisis due to the Corona virus.

The method of financing the IFE will be through a bill that will be sent to the House of Representatives for processing, Which would have the task of taxing raw materials that are being exported such as grains, minerals, oil and gas, which have experienced significant price increases as a result of changing international conditions.

The idea of ​​Casa Rosada is to allocate the money obtained in this way mainly to the service of unionized workers, whose incomes have deteriorated due to inflation and who cannot negotiate equality. To these must be added, as mentioned above, informal workers and monotributistas.

In order to encourage young people to finish high school, the Ministry of Education offers the Egresar Scholarship, a program accessible to young people up to the age of 25.

To do this, the registration period for the program, which originally ended on April 7, has been extended until Wednesday, the 20 of the same month.

Students up to 25 years of age who have completed secondary education between 2016 and 2020 in state-run private, social, urban and rural public schools, with the exception of technical, adult and undergraduate schools, may enroll.

The scholarship payment method will be monthly, will be $6,400 and will be allocated within a maximum period of two quarters. Access to the program can be made through the website.

In return, students can pay up to $10,700 for progressive scholarships, while young adults between the ages of 18 and 24 also have access to a reward for the Más Cultura Joven Program, offered by the Department of Education. /Chronicle



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