Retirement groups staying out of retrospect and increases. The same time, e-EFKA initiates the payment of retroactive payments arising from the Vroutsi law for those who have more than 30 pensionable years.
Thousands of insured remain out of retroactive, who are not expected to receive retroactively from e-EFKA.
In particular, the groups of retirees who will not receive retroactively are:
– Private and public sector retirees with less than 30 insurance years. They are not entitled to receive increases and retroactively from the new replacement rates
– Private and public sector retirees who have retired before May 2016 with more than 30 years of insurance and maintain a large personal difference (e.g. over 100 euro). They are entitled to receive increases from the replacement rates but will only be accounting with offsets with the personal difference, so they do not have to wait retrospectively.
-Public and private sector retirees who have retired after May 2016 and until 31/12/2018 and maintain a personal difference of considerable height. Their increases will be offset by their personal difference so they do not have to wait retrospectively or increases in their pocket.
– Public pensioners who have applied for retirement from October 1 2019 and after. They have already received their pension increased based on the new rates.
Also private and public sector retirees, who have retired before his May 2016 with more than 30 years of insurance and have no personal difference or have a small personal difference (e.g. to 50 euro). They are entitled to receive pocket increases and retroactively from the replacement rates but will receive them in the second year in August or September.
The same time, e-EFKA initiates the payment of retroactive payments arising from the Vroutsi law for those who have more than 30 pensionable years.
It is pointed out that the retrospectives of 60.000 private sector retirees who left after May 2016 with more than 30 years of insurance will eventually be paid by vaccine payment on 27 July 2021.
However it should be noted that most old retirees (before his May 2016), will have an accounting increase. That is, their increases will be offset and in their statements they will see the personal difference decrease. Through recalculation and of “old” pensions, the negative is reduced “personal difference” their (recalculated minus paid) and so it will be depreciated faster, after (SS. the 2023) “thaw” increases in all pensions. (SS. The amount of the personal difference is stated in the monthly information note of each retiree).
Experts in social security point out that the "key" in the case of personal dispute is the increase of the Vroutsi law be greater than the amount of the personal difference in order to reduce the amount of the personal difference and the remaining amount to be credited to their account.
This means that from 1his January 2023, whereupon the “thawing” of the nominal salaries of retirees, the negative “personal difference” will be depreciated faster, also leading to faster increases in real pensions and “old” retirees.
As defined by the applicable(Vroutsi law), from 1-1-2023 increases in pensions will be in percentage 50% when GDP changes and against 50% from the change in the Consumer Price Index (price index). This means that if GDP grows 4% and the CC increase 2,5%, then the increase in pensions will be around 3-3,2%.