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The declaration and payment of CNSS contributions via Damancom is now compulsory, regardless of the size of the company. The first category is that of companies employing five or more employees per…
The declaration and payment of CNSS contributions via Damancom is now compulsory, regardless of the size of the company. The first category is that of companies employing five or more employees per year. They must join Damancom before August 31. The National Social Security Fund has notified all affiliates.The latter are called to go to the nearest CNSS agency to file a request for registration with the telepayment service of social security contributions informed and validated by the bank. The form can be downloaded from the portal www.cnss.ma.The membership file includes, in addition to the pre-filled, sealed and signed form, supporting documents such as a copy of the user’s CIN and the commercial register, the statutes or the professional tax certificate . Upon validation of the request, the company will receive its access identifiers by email (user code and password). In the current procedure, some affiliates opt for electronic declaration and manual payment.With the entry into force of Decree 2.19.718, the two will now be inseparable. The text defines a schedule on the basis of which one can switch to the electronic declaration of employees and the electronic payment of contributions.
. In the event of a lack of electronic declaration, this will cost 50 DH of penalty per employee and per plan within the limit of 5,000 DH. The same grid applies in case of non-payment online.The generalization of the dematerialization of the social package and the payment of contributions should streamline the exchange of information between the CNSS and its affiliates but also, reduce administrative costs.“The advantages for the company are considerable since online declaration and online payment save time and save paper and travel costs. File updates will be faster and more reliable than traditional mode. For employees, digitalization will facilitate the management of their rights and guarantee them better social benefits by updating their files in real time, “says Mohamadi El Yacoubi, president of the Investment and Competitiveness Commission of CGEM Marrakech-Safi. .He added that “there will be a digital divide affecting VSEs employing a reduced number of employees without necessarily having the IT solution to meet this new obligation”.The question now remains as to what is the risk of the thousands of employers who employ dozens of workers without ever declaring them or under-declaring them to the CNSS. The coronavirus pandemic has uncovered countless affiliates who have tried to benefit from the covid-19 benefit without being eligible.Dozens of employees learned that they were not on the CNSS registers. Consequently, they were forced to fall back on the compensation dedicated to the informal sector. CNSS inspectors have their work cut out for the post-covid19.Hassan EL ARIF
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