I just did the math from all my work last year and even only paying myself €1000/month and adding everything up (VAT + Social Security, Salary Tax and other business taxes) for every €1 of profit, I have to pay €0,50 to the government. This is in a small scale business without any employees (just me) and pretty much at break even after all taxes and my small salary.
It's pretty crazy that at this scale 50% of all the money I make goes to taxes.
@hugo it's the same way in the US. The biggest tax breaks go to the biggest earners.
@maryjane nop, unipessoal com escrita organizada
So that means since you are your own employer, if your buissness goes busted you are not entitled to unemployment money even though you payed taxes to segurança social? Just like recibos verdes?
@maryjane yes but I think that has changed. Not completely sure but I think that now there is a way to receive unemployment via recibos verdes https://www.publico.pt/2018/06/05/economia/noticia/proteccao-no-desemprego-dos-recibos-verdes-facilitada-a-partir-de-julho-1833215 but not sure how it works now for “sócio gerente” because you cannot fire yourself :) and only involuntary unemployment will give you access to unemployment support.
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