Regulation on the assessment of entry-level money (entry fee regulation-ESGV) Unofficial table of contents
Date of completion: 29.07.2009
" Entry-money regulation of 29 July 2009 (BGBl. 2342), as defined by Article 8 of the Law of 24 March 2011 (BGBl). I p. 453).
||Amended by Art. 8 G v. 24.3.2011 I 453
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On the basis of § 16b (3) of the Second Book of Social Code-Basic Insurance for jobseekers-(Article 1 of the Law of 24 December 2003, BGBl. 2954, 2955), as defined in Article 2 (6) of the Law of 21 December 2008 (BGBl). 2917), the Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs, in agreement with the Federal Ministry of Finance, is responsible for: Unofficial table of contents
§ 1 Individual case-related dimensioning of the entry level
(1) In the case of the individual case-related assessment of the entry fee, a monthly basic amount should be determined, to which additional amounts should be added. The monthly basic amount shall take into account the relevant regulatory requirements for working-age eligible beneficiaries. The supplementary amounts shall take into account the previous duration of unemployment and the size of the community in which the person or who is entitled to work is entitled to live. (2) The basic amount of the entry fee shall not exceed 50 per cent of the total for eligible persons entitled to work according to § 20 of the Second Book of the Social Code. In the case of assessment, it can be determined that the amount of the basic amount varies within the funding period as a function of the duration of the funding. (3) In the case of eligible beneficiaries, who are eligible to receive the entry fee Social security or self-employment has already been unemployed for two years or more, a supplementary amount should be paid. The additional amount is equal to 20 per cent of the standard requirement for securing the livelihood according to § 20 (2) sentence 1 of the Second Book of the Social Code. In the case of persons whose integration into work is made more difficult because of circumstances in their person, the additional amount referred to in the second sentence shall be paid after a previous period of unemployment of at least six months. § 18 (2) of the Third Book of the Social Code applies in the case of the first sentence and the third sentence. (4) In the case of eligible persons entitled to work who live with other persons in a community of needs, the further performer shall be entitled to a Supplementary amount shall be paid. The additional amount corresponds to 10 per cent of the rule requirement for securing the livelihood in accordance with § 20 (2) sentence 1 of the Second Book of Social Code. (5) The entry fee for eligible persons entitled to work may be subject to the individual case-related The amount of a monthly amount does not exceed a total amount corresponding to the standard requirements for the maintenance of the subsisting period in accordance with § 20 (2) sentence 1 of the Second Book of the Social Code. Unofficial table of contents
§ 2 Flat-rate assessment of entry-level money for groups of persons to be particularly promoted
(1) By way of derogation from § 1, the entry fee may be calculated in a flat-rate manner if this is necessary for the integration of special categories of persons into the general labour market. In the case of dimensioning, it can be determined that the level of the entry fee varies within the funding period as a function of the duration of the funding. (2) The entry fee for eligible beneficiaries may be used in the cases referred to in paragraph 1. do not exceed an amount per month which corresponds to 75 per cent of the standard requirements for securing the livelihood in accordance with § 20 (2) sentence 1 of the Second Book of Social Code. Unofficial table of contents
§ 3 Entry into force
This Regulation shall enter into force on the first day of the calendar month following the announcement.