12 Апр Social Security Agreements After Brexit
Britain has left the EU and the post-Brexit transition period will end this year. If you are an employer in the UK and employ workers in the EU, the EEA or Switzerland, the country where social security contributions are paid on their wages and benefits is currently defined by EU rules on the coordination of social security. Eichenhofer, E.: How can social security coordination be simplified? eur. J. Soc. It`s a good one. 2000. doi.org/10.1023/A:1010008129663 In addition, existing social security schemes (including those introduced during the transition period) are declared to protect existing social security schemes 2. We therefore assume that BRITISH employers and workers currently working under a detached workers agreement (or will reach an agreement by 1 January 2021) will be able to continue to rely on EU rules (and all existing A1 certificates issued by HMRC), even if the agreement goes beyond the transitional period. The joint Christmas 36 report on progress in phase 1 of the negotiations was published by the EU and the UK on 8 December 2017, before the European Council meeting (Article 50) from 14 to 15 December 2017.
Footnote 37 The joint report was written in legal form and published on 28 February 2018 in the form of an amended draft withdrawal agreement. areas highlighted by the agreement that followed on 19 March. Footnote 39 The whole coordination of social security was highlighted in the March 2018 draft, with the agreement of the parties. With a few slight changes to the text and numbering, the «Coordination of Social Security» section of the March draft was approved in the draft withdrawal agreement published on 14 November 2018 At the same time as a 26-page political statement on a future framework, footnote 41 was approved by EU heads of state and government at a specially convened European Council on 25 November 2018. Footnote 42 The withdrawal agreement provides for a «transitional period» until December 31, 2020, during which Note 43 of the acquis remains in effect. A transitional period will apply until December 31, 2020. During this period, all EU agreements and rules continue to apply in the UK. As a result, they continue to receive Dutch social benefits in the UK.