The SENCE informs on its website that the Labor IFE corresponding to the remuneration for March 2022 will be between May 6 and 9.
The Government of Chile currently provides multiple benefits, which are divided into topics such as education, health, housing, work, among others.
In this last matter the State delivers the Labor IFE, benefit focused on promoting formal work, delivering an amount directly to the worker, provided that their monthly gross remuneration does not exceed 3 Minimum Monthly Income (currently $1,140,000).
The requirements are: Have a new employment contract (in the current month or maximum the month prior to the application). The SENCE will be in charge of checking that pension and/or health contributions are not registered in the previous 3 months by the same employer for which you apply for this benefit.
Besides the applicant must have a taxable gross monthly salary less than or equal to 3 Minimum Monthly Income ($1,140,000) and you must have been unemployed for the entire month prior to the start of the new employment contract. Next, we tell you more details of the economic measure.
Labor IFE | What is the amount I will receive in May?
To know the status of payment or your application, you must enter HERE with your Unique Key and review the detail of the benefit where the date and amount of payment are reported.
The amounts are as follows:
Men over 24 and under 55:
– Remuneration periods until June 2022: 50% of your taxable Monthly Gross Remuneration, with a cap of $200,000 per month.
– Remuneration periods from July to September 2022: 25% of your taxable Monthly Gross Remuneration, with a cap of $100,000 per month.
Women, young people between 18 and 24 years old, men over 55 years old, people with duly certified disabilities and disability pension recipients:
– Remuneration periods until June 2022: 60% of your taxable Monthly Gross Remuneration, with a monthly cap of $250,000.
– Remuneration periods from July to September 2022: 60% of your taxable Monthly Gross Remuneration, with a monthly cap of $300,000.