Academic journal article Social Security Bulletin

New Argentine Law on Self-Employment

Academic journal article Social Security Bulletin

New Argentine Law on Self-Employment

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The reports in this section are designed to provide the reader with a first look at policy and legislative proposals as well as new laws and regulations that bear on the direction of developments in the world of social insurance. "International Updates" reflects the work of analysts of SSA's Office of Research and Statistics and is based on their reading and analysis of a variety of material including reports from the State Department, foreign government agencies, international organizations, foreign journals, newspapers, and weekly magazines.

This issue reports on Argentina, Sweden, Colombia, Europe, France, and the United Kingdom.

NEW ARGENTINE LAW ON SELF-EMPLOYMENT

Less than a month after the approval of legislation to reform the country's old-age pension system--including the option of joining an individual capitalization pension program--the Argentine Government published Decree Law 2104/93. This law requires self-employed workers to open individual capitalization accounts for pension purposes and to pay any back taxes due since 1986 to the pre-reform social security system. …

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