Families with children and income up to 32,100 euros will receive up to 100 per month from January

  • The amount will be higher depending on the number of minors and their age

  • Belarra considers it “a first step” for the universal childbearing benefit

The General State Budgets (PGE) for 2022, definitively approved by Congress this Tuesday, They contemplate an aid of up to 100 euros per month for families with children who receive the Minimum Living Income (IMV) or who have low economic income. The measure, therefore, will be applicable from next January 1.

United We Can and the PSOE reached an agreement to include this measure by means of a transactional amendment to the new public accounts. The purpose of this supplement will be to advance support for families in vulnerable situations and reduce child poverty in Spain.

In this way and in addition to the recipients of the IMV, they will be able to receive this aid families made up of two adults and one child with incomes of up to 27,000 eurosas well as families with two children and two adults with total income of up to 32,100 euros.

They will also enjoy this add-on single-parent families with a dependent child and up to 25,700 euros income and those also single parent with two dependent children and who enter up to 30,800 euros per year.

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Also, the plugin will be older the younger the age of the children. In this way, families with children from 0 to 3 years old will receive 100 euros per month, those with children between 3 and 6 years old, 70 euros, and in the case of 6 to 18 years old, 40 euros.

The Minister of Social Rights, Ione Belarra, has stated on several occasions that it considers this supplement as “a first step” towards the goal of achieving a universal child-rearing benefit, something that it wants include in the family diversity law that it plans to approve in the Council of Ministers in early 2022


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