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This is the new minimum amount to earn to retire

The news went a little unnoticed. Some employees are affected.

This is a tricky question as the file is so complex. Thinking about your retirement is not always easy even if digital tools now allow you to have a clear overview of your situation. If the legal age of departure is in everyone's mind, other parameters are just as decisive , but sometimes little known, are also very popular. take into account.

The possibilityé to retire is based on a simple principle (but not the most obvious): it is not in relation to the number of days that one has worked ; that one can retire but in relation to the money we earned. Thus, two people working for 40 years may not have the same rights.

To be eligible to receive retirement, you must have validated your pension. a certain number of quarters. 172 in the vast majority cases. The validation of these quarters is only done according to the remuneration received because it is based on the employee's contributions. However, since January 1, the minimum amount à touching to validate a quarter must be more important than in 2023.

Thus, to validate a quarter for the year 2024, you must have earned at least 1120 euros net during the year (1747.50 euros gross). To validate the four quarters of the year, 5,270 euros net (6,990 euros gross) must be collected. ;in one year, or 439 euros per month. This obviously does not call into question the quarters validated in previous years since the calculation was then carried out on a regular basis. on lower bases. What was done? acquired remains acquired.

Compared to à 2023, you must therefore earn 180 euros net more per year, or 15 euros; more per month to be sure to continue to validate your quarters. This increase of 3.36% follows, as the rule dictates, & the increase over one year in the level of the minimum wage. This will therefore evolve over time. new in 2025.

Given the amounts, this does not concern most workers but rather people in one-off jobs, such as temporary or part-time workers. students in particular. Depending on the remuneration received, you will therefore have to either work a little more, or ask for a salary increase so that these jobs are taken into account in the calculation of retirement and that they allow you to retire a little earlier.

Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining Thesaxon , Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teilor@nizhtimes.com 1-800-268-7116