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Bolivia: Payroll, pension-related relief measures (COVID-19)

Bolivia: Payroll, pension-related relief measures

The Bolivian Ministry of Labor and Social Security authority provided certain measures intended to provide relief in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

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  • Suspension of requirements relating to salary, wages and work-related accident payroll (under the control of the Ministry of Labor) from March 2020         
  • Deferral of the monthly salary, wages and work-accident payrolls (also under the control of the Ministry of Labor) for March and April 2020, until 30 May 2020
  • Extension of the time limits for remitting long-term social security contributions (under the control of the pension funds administrators) that are due during the “lockdown” quarantine period
  • Extension of the time limits for remitting short-term social security contributions (under the control of the national health fund) due for February 2020, until 20 April 2020.


Read an April 2020 report [PDF 147 KB] prepared by the KPMG member firm in Bolivia

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