Aid extended for self-employed in Andalucia

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Aid extended for self-employed people in Andalucia
Aid extended for self-employed people in Andalucia. Image - Junta de Andalucia

The Ministry of Employment, Training and Self-Employed Work has approved the extension for one more year of aid for those who are self-employed in Andalucia.

The extension of aid for those who are self-employed in Andalucia comes after publication in the Official Gazette of the Board de Andalucia-BOJA (http://lajunta.es/3krrc). The extension has a budget of 13.5 million and the deadline for submitting applications starts from today, Friday, October 1 until September 30, 2022.

This measure, which is included in the Programme to Stimulate the Creation and Consolidation of Self-Employed Work in Andalucia, establishes that the applications and the necessary documentation will be submitted solely and exclusively electronically.

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This can be completed through an application form that will be available at the virtual office of the Ministry of Employment, Training and Self-Employment, accessible in the catalogue of administrative procedures (http://lajunta.es/3jire).

On the same website of the Ministry, there is also a specific section with complete information for those interested in finding out more about this measure (http://lajunta.es/1yis9), with complete information on the Programme to Stimulate Creation and Consolidation of Autonomous Work in Andalucia, the requirements, deadlines, incentives for groups and other relevant information.

Self-employed workers who, despite complying with the conditions and requirements of the programme, could not access the aid because of the previous deadline can benefit from this extension by submitting a request within three months from October 1.



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