Entrepreneurs from several dozen industries may apply for an exemption from paying contributions for February 2021. They will also be able to take advantage of the downtime support up to three times. Extended forms of support for entrepreneurs affected by the coronavirus pandemic entered into force at the beginning of March.
Entrepreneurs from almost 50 different industries were entitled to assistance. The scope and form of support depends on the type of predominant economic activity. Entrepreneurs from the fitness, catering, tourist industry, accommodation facilities, health resorts, cultural and entertainment facilities, companies involved in photography, film and music production or distribution, and physiotherapists will be able to apply for the remission of contributions for February and the downtime benefit (up to three times). . Taxi drivers and transport support services will also benefit from the exemption from contributions for December and January.
The new regulation has postponed the deadline for submitting the application by one month, ie the RDZ-B7 application can be submitted no later than 30 April 2021. The deadline for submitting settlement documents for the requested period has also changed. The entrepreneur must do this by March 31, 2021, unless he is exempt from the obligation to submit a settlement declaration and personal reports.
Pursuant to the new regulation, entrepreneurs from specific industries may receive downtime support once, twice or three times, while taking into account the benefits already collected under the regulation, which was in force until February 27, 2021. the month in which the epidemic will be lifted.