The Special Regime for Self-Employed Workers (RETA) is the regime that regulates the Social Security contribution of self-employed workers.
Usually the autonomous word is assimilated to the figure of the individual entrepreneur. However, legally self-employed workers are considered those who regularly, personally and directly perform a lucrative economic activity, whether or not a business owner.
The natural person who holds the ownership of an establishment open to the public as owner, tenant, usufructuary or any other analogous concept, is legally presumed to be a self-employed or self-employed worker.
Are included in this regime:
- Workers over 18 years of age, who routinely, personally and directly, carry out an economic activity on a lucrative basis, without being subject to a work contract. Be Spanish or foreigners who legally exercise their activity in Spanish territory.
- The writers of books.
- Economically dependent self-employed workers.
- Professionals that carry out an activity on their own, that requires the incorporation to a Professional College whose collective has been integrated into the RETA.
- Community members or community partners who develop an activity on their own within the entity without their own legal personality.
The workers are responsible for the requests for registration, cancellation and variation of the data .