When is Naspi payment expected in July 2024? Find out the DATES


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When is Naspi payment expected in July 2024? Here are the dates. Inps: requests are growing

  • The disbursement of the Naspi payment for July 2024 is expected by half of the month. However, the specific date of recognition of benefits varies based on the day on which the unemployment claim was filed.
  • To find out the exact date, you can consult your social security file online using your SPID, CNS or CIE identity. The same dates also apply to DIS-COLL recipients.

Therefore, both Naspi and DIS-COLL beneficiaries can check the date of disbursement of their subsidy through the online channels made available by INPS, thus obtaining updated and precise information on their respective benefits.

The date always varies and INPS publishes the complete details for the INPS Unemployment Monthly Payment approximately 7-15 days in advance.

INPS, 130,274 unemployment claims in April, +15.2%

In April, INPS received 130,274 unemployment applications (between Naspi and Discoll) with an increase of 15.2% on the same month of 2023. This can be read in the Observatory published by the Institute on redundancy payments. In the first four months of the year, applications arrived were 557,869 with an increase of 4.5% on the same period of 2023.

INPS: 122,117 unemployment claims in February, +7.6%

Unemployment claims are on the rise in February: in the month, according to the INPS Observatory on redundancy payments, 122,117 applications for Naspi and Discoll arrived at the Institute, an increase of 7.6% over the same period in 2023. In the first two months of the year, requests for unemployment benefits were 320,562, an increase of 4.8% over the same period in 2023.

New Income Limits for the Cumulation of Unemployment Benefits

INPS has announced that, in 2024, the income limit from dependent and parasubordinate work, compatible with maintaining unemployment benefits, will be increased to 8,500 euros. This update, clarified through a message from the institution, modifies the conditions for accessing NASpI and DIS-COLL, extending the possibility of cumulating these benefits with income from dependent, parasubordinate and self-employed work.

The legislation in force since 2015 already allows the cumulation of NASpI with income from subordinate, parasubordinate and self-employed work, and for DIS-COLL with income from parasubordinate and self-employed activity, provided that they do not exceed the minimum excluded from taxation. Legislative Decree 30 December 2023, n. 216 has further redefined these limits, bringing the eligible annual income for 2024 to 8,500 euros for subordinate and parasubordinate work, and confirming the limit for self-employed work at 5,500 euros.

Compatibility of Occasional Work with NASpI and DIS-COLL

INPS also reminds that occasional work performances are fully compatible with NASpI and DIS-COLL benefits, up to a limit of 5,000 euros per year, without the need to communicate the presumed income amount in advance.

Checking Payment Dates through Online Channels

For beneficiaries interested in knowing the specific payment dates for April 2024, INPS recommends consulting their online social security profile. Access is possible via SPID, CNS or CIE, and these indications are valid for both Naspi and DIS-COLL beneficiaries.

Payment dates vary based on the date of filing of the unemployment claim, and INPS undertakes to publish the details of the monthly payments with a notice of 7-15 days.

New INPS Service for NASpI Application

Starting from April 21, 2023, INPS has made available a new service for submitting NASpI applications, as part of the initiatives envisaged by the National Recovery and Resilience Plan (PNRR). This service, accessible from the dedicated section on the INPS website, will coexist with the previous one during the trial period, at the end of which it will become the only channel for NASpI applications.

Overview of NASpI and Beneficiaries

NASpI, established to manage involuntary unemployment events that occurred starting from 1 May 2015, is aimed at employed workers, including apprentices, cooperative members, contracted artistic personnel and fixed-term employees of public administrations, excluding some specific groups.

Conditions of Payment and Amount of the Benefit

The amount of the NASpI unemployment benefit is calculated based on the average salary of the last four years, with specific reductions applied in the case of self-employed work that does not exceed a certain annual income. The benefit is payable through various methods, including credit to a bank or postal current account, and the benefit is subject to suspension or forfeiture in certain circumstances, such as re-employment or the start of self-employed or parasubordinate work without due notification to INPS.

Obligations and Sanctions for Beneficiaries

The legislation also provides specific obligations for beneficiaries, including participation in career guidance initiatives, and establishes sanctions in the event of non-compliance, up to the loss of unemployment status.

With these changes and updates, INPS aims to provide broader and more flexible support to unemployment benefit recipients, while simultaneously facilitating access to benefits and interaction with the institution through advanced digital tools.