The deadline for applying for the help of the Paréntesis Plan called by the Dénia City Council, aimed at self-employed and micro-businesses, remains open. From the past 8 June and up 28 of the same month Interested parties can apply for these grants that open the door to a greater number of beneficiaries.
As reported by the consistory, in this call, which is now the second, 105 applications have been submitted today. It should be remembered that in this call will be allocated 1.251.845 euros of direct aid for freelancers and micro-businesses. The individualized amount to be received by the beneficiaries establishes a maximum of 2.000 euros for each self-employed or micro-business with a maximum of 10 workers, and an additional amount resulting from multiplying 200 euros for each worker affiliated with Social Security on December 31, 2020 of said micro-companies and self-employed.
Applicants, among other requirements, must have their registered office, tax or activity address in the municipality of Dénia, La Xara and Jesús Pobre, and that the activity takes place within it. In this second call, the activities that could not opt in the first instance will be able to take advantage of this and, in turn, the beneficiaries of the first aid that did not obtain the maximum eligible amount can also be benefited in this new round.
This new term of Parenthesis Plan to submit applications will remain open until the next 28 June. The process management can be accessed through the following link: https://oac.denia.es/es/tramits/tramit.aspx?id=136