The employers of small and medium-sized enterprises, Cepyme, launch an SOS to government so that it reduces the bureaucratic procedures necessary for SMEs right now to be able to access direct aid. The confederation calls for simplifying the application procedure “so as not to discourage smaller companies” and warns that it is necessary to reduce costs and compliance times that companies may suffer without prejudice to the capacity of the company. Administration post-check.
The employer is concerned about the delay in the payment of aid. Aid that according to the Government’s calculations should have begun to arrive in the accounts of the companies that meet the requirements, at the end of last April. However, the same bureaucratic process that, among other conditions, first requires the autonomous communities to make an agreement and then carry out the same process with the Treasury, is delaying everything. To this must be added the difficulty in interpreting the decree, which many sectors have denounced when considering it “convoluted.”
Therefore, SMEs ask to review the processing requirements of the direct aid approved for SMEs so that its management does not cause “more delay and uncertainty among the productive fabric.”
In the first place, the employer considers that the approved aid does not respond to compensation for the activity restrictions as they have been approved in other European countries, “But they only focus on debtors getting paid.”
Finally, it asks to expedite the approval of the Administration to which companies meet the solvency requirements and belonging to sectors established in the standard. Therefore, Cepyme requests that the Tax agency make processing as easy as possible to avoid further delays.