Monotributo contribution certificate. We explain more about this document.

What is it?

The Monotributo-or Simplified Regime System- is a single tax, the income of a fixed amount, which is made up of a pension component (Social Security) and another tax component. This means that tax payments are made in parallel to the social security payment.

Regarding social security contributions, these allow the protection of the contractor against health and old age risks.

What is it for?

In the case of persons bound by an independent contractor agreement, it is necessary to guarantee that the contractor is covered by the benefits of the Argentine social security system. These quotes must be made by the contractor directly.

What do we do with this information?

The contribution certificate is requested only to validate that the social security contributions have been made continuously and periodically, thus guaranteeing the protection of the contractor against the risks associated with health and old age.

Remember that every month you must upload this document to our platform, we indicate the step-by-step.

Step 1: You must enter your account, at the top in the "Documents" section.

Step 2: To upload your social security document, you must click on "View More".

Step 3: Now, you just have to click on the "+ Add Document" section.

Step 4: You just have to fill in the following information:

1. Title: You must enter the receipt for social security.

2. Month: You must enter the month the social security was paid.
3. Year: You must enter the year the social security was paid.

4. Choose a file: Select the file for social security that you want to upload.

Then you need to click on "Save" to upload the social security certificate.

Step 5: When you fill in the data, you will see that your social security certificate is already uploaded, with the date you entered it.

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