“The number of applications in SSI premium configuration exceeded 1 million 400 thousand” Author iDealData


© Reuters. Minister Selçuk: The number of applications in the SSI premium configuration exceeded 1 million 400 thousand

Zehra Zümrüt Selçuk, Minister of Family, Labor and Social Services, stated that 1 million 428 thousand people have applied for the restructuring of SSI premium debts and that a debt of 79 billion 24 million lira has been made.

Stating that they aim to alleviate the burden on citizens during the COVID-19 pandemic period by restructuring the SSI premium debts, Minister Selçuk emphasized that they provide the opportunity to restructure the SSI receivables, the original debt of which is 165 billion lira.

Minister Selçuk stated that the SSI premium structuring, which entered into force under the Law on Restructuring Some Receivables and Amending Some Laws, covers the finalized receivables for the periods of 2020 / August and before.

According to this, insurance premiums, universal health insurance premium, unemployment insurance premium, administrative fines, recourse receivables arising from work accident, occupational disease, invalidity and duty disability, receivables arising from improperly paid income and pensions and Bağ-Kur insured’s The receivables that will arise in case of revival will be within the scope of the configuration.

Receivables will be updated with D-PPI instead of delay penalty and increase

With the President Decision No. 3343 published in the Official Gazette dated 30.12.2020 and numbered 31350, the application and first payment terms specified in Article 3 and Article 4 (except thirteenth and fourteenth paragraphs) of Law No. 7256, has been extended by one month from the end of the terms. Thus, citizens who want to benefit from the configuration will be able to apply until February 1, 2021. The first installment will be paid until March 31, 2021.

In this context, the receivables will be updated with D-PPI instead of the delay penalty and increase. 90 percent of the D-PPI calculated in cash payments and 50 percent in 2 installments can be deleted. In addition, for those who prefer to pay in installments, it is possible to pay in 6, 9, 12 and 18 equal installments in two-month periods. In addition, previously applied foreclosures can be lifted in proportion to the payments made according to this law.

Bağ-Kur premium debts can be deleted

SSI structuring support brought significant advantages to Bağ-Kur residents. In the event that Bağ-Kur residents who have premium debt do not pay their debts until 01.02.2021 or do not configure them within the scope of the restructuring law, their premium debts will be ceased and their premium debts will be deleted before 31 October 2020. In addition, if Bağ-Kur insurance holders apply until 01.02.2021 regarding the term of service discontinued by previous laws and pay the original premium debt up to 31.03.2021 over the new amount to be updated with D-PPI, the terminated service periods will be revived.

Ease of Payment for GSS Debts

If the GSS premium debts are paid in cash or in installments until April 30, 2021, the entire delay penalty and increase will be deleted.

Again, among those insured with GSS, if those who have never applied for an income test apply for an income test until March 31, 2021, the GSS premiums will be updated from the start date according to the income test result. As a result of the income test, the premium debts of those who live in the same household and whose family income is found to be less than 1/3 of the minimum wage will be deleted and their premiums will be paid by the state.

-iDeal News Center-

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