Pensions: an upcoming increase for January 1, 2023?

modified: 2022-12-23 20:49:24

The government intends to increase basic pensions by 0.8%. And this, from January 1, 2023.

  Pensions: an upcoming increase for January 1, 2023?

In order to face the meteoric inflation that has left many French people without bearings , the government has put in place aid but also revaluations. As for retirees, there were great debates . However, if inflation continues to do damage, then the Minister of the Economy, Bruno Le Maire, had promised that there would be a new revaluation of pensions in January 2023. Thus, from the January 1, 2023, basic pensions will see their third increase in a year . This time, the increase is expected to reach 0.8% . This increase should concern all basic retirement pensions. In particular private sector employees, civil servants, but also the self-employed. Therefore, nearly 14 million French men and women will therefore be affected by this new increase. We'll explaine everything here !

A planned increase for basic pensions

To counter the effects of inflation , the government decided to increase basic pensions. And this for the third time this year. It should be noted that the month of January is often synonymous with revaluations or increases. And as you can see, the year 2023 is no exception to this rule. The French government has therefore planned, for the new year, to increase pensions. According to the words of Minister of the Economy, Bruno Le Maire, basic pensions will experience an increase of 0.8% from January 1, 2023.

For the moment, the details have not yet been indicated. However, if we trust the statements, the basic pensions will increase by 0.8%. Thus all French people attached to the pension funds concerned will benefit from this increase. We can therefore say that this increase concerns French women and men attached to the following pension funds: CNAV, CNRACL, CNAVPL, SRE or ASPA. It then concerns nearly 14 million inhabitants of France. Indeed, 14 million people are affected. And this, including civil servants, local authority agents or even the liberal professions. According to the sayings, this increase of 0.8% concerns not only the pension by right, but also the survivor's pension.

Lots of increases this year

This year, the retreat has already seen many changes. This increase, scheduled for January 1, 2024, will not be the first or second increase this year, but the third! Indeed, first of all, on January 1, 2022, there was a usual increase of 1%. Then, on July 1, 2022, a second increase of 4% took place. Thus, January 1, 2023 will constitute the third rise retirements in a year

With regard to supplementary pensions Agirc-Arrco , no increase seems to be planned for 2023 yet. Indeed, these pensions increased by 5.12% in November 2022. Thus, it must be said that an increase from 2023 has not yet been mentioned. But that's not all for the coming year . It should not be forgotten that the government intends to unveil the final text of the pension reform on January 10, 2023. And this, before putting it in place before the summer of 2023.

Pension reform: the final text arrives

As you know, there have been many discussions about pension reform this year. The government has even decided to set up consultation cycles to successfully make a decision based on multiple opinions. It looks like the last cycle is coming to an end. As a result, a final version of the text of the reform will soon be written and signed. However, it seems that it will take longer than expected. Indeed, on Monday, December 12, the President of the Republic, Emmanuel Macron, announced the postponement of the presentation of this final version.

Emmanuel Macron, the President of the Republic, therefore mentioned the different events which made the final round of consultations take longer. It must be said that the executive, the opposition and the social partners are currently discussing the last points of the pension reform. So, according to his statement, the new presentation date will be Tuesday, January 10, 2023.

Source : TheDispatch