Pension reform: the method of calculating future pensions is still very vague

Pension reform: the method of calculating future pensions is still very vague

While the text is still debated and agitates the presidential majority, certain elements of the reform are beginning to question more than one. Starting with the calculation of future pensions and the value of the point.

Pension reform: the method of calculating future pensions is still very vague

The executive and social partners will soon meet again around the negotiating table. Objective: remove the vagueness that reigns over the calculation of future pensions. Because the point would ultimately no longer be indexed to wages, as the government has been hammering for months. In the end, it would evolve according to average income, a concept which also encompasses social allowances.

The point will not drop

Even some members of the majority do not find it any more and confide that to calculate the value of the point, INSEE will have to build a new indicator still unknown. So, will the level of future pensions be worked out in the most favorable way for citizens? The only certainty still hammered home by the government at the present time: the point, whatever its method of calculation in the future, can never decline.