started running the new pension moratorium that will allow some 800 thousand people who reached their retirement age but do not have the respective contributions, can start their pension process. Y On the first day, almost 2,300 interested parties registered. This was confirmed by ANational Administration of Social Security.
Pension moratorium: who cannot access the payment plan
The new Provided Debt Payment Planl allows those who do not reach 30 years of contributions to have the possibility of regularizing their pension debt and access retirement.
One of the requirements to access this pension benefit is to pass the evaluation of the patrimonial situation, For this, the data that appears in ANSES and AFIP and the documentation that is required of the interested party will be crossed. In fact, yesterday, April 10, the detail of Resolution 5345/2023 that determines the limits to enroll in the moratorium, that is to say, it finally establishes the cutoff from which the payment plan can be entered.
How to request an appointment to start the process
To request a turn, enter with the Social Security Code at anses.gob.ar; shifts and
select the option For Pension Debt Payment Plan – Retirement Advice.
Pension moratorium: is it convenient to transfer PUAM to retirement?
Who can request the pension moratorium?
● Women 60 years of age or older and men 65 years of age or older who do not have the 30 years of required contributions.
● They may regularize missing periods up to and including December 2008.
● The Pension Debt Payment Plan is incompatible with other pension moratoriums that have not been settled before December 31, 2021.
● The amount to be deducted cannot exceed 120 monthly installments or 30 percent of the current minimum credit.
Fernanda Raverta, director of the organization participated with the workers in the ANSES office in Boulogne and highlighted: “Today is a very important day because we are beginning to retire, thanks to the Pension Debt Payment Plan law, men and women who They worked all their lives and were of retirement age, to whom many of them their employers did not make the contributions and did not meet the years required by the Law.
In this sense, he pointed out “today we hug them tight and tell them that what we are doing is neither more nor less than recognizing so much effort, so much work throughout their lives and that, for this reason, they deserve to retire.”
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