Changed retirement age in Poland? Retirement changes are coming soon [22.11.2020 r.]

Can the retirement age be changed soon? Yes, but only for those willing. Work is underway to introduce internship pensions in our country. The idea is supported by the president, and Solidarity draws attention to an important issue.

Polish women could receive a retirement pension after working 35 years, and Poles, respectively, five years later. It will make you retirement age in Poland will decrease. See what the internship pensions are about.

New retirement age for volunteers. What is it about?

The idea of ​​changes in pensions and introduction of work-related pensions is supported by “Solidarity”. Andrzej Duda mentioned internship pensions in an interview for “Wprost”. Pensions would depend on the length of service. It would be 35 for women and 40 for men.) Currently, in Poland, the minimum retirement age has been in force since 2017 – 65 for men and 60 for women.

You can read more about internship pensions: > here>> here < There are already two bills in the Sejm.

In an interview with “Wprost”, Andrzej Duda admitted that the introduction of seniority pensions is not an easy task. These include the efficiency of ZUS and the future of the pension system.

Retirement pensions – an important postulate of Solidarity

As the media noted, the president’s revolutionary idea would affect especially those who started work early. A woman employed at the age of 20 she could retire at the age of 55!

The most frequently discussed variant assumes that women could resign from work even after working 35 years, men 40. Such internship benefits would, however, be very low. The experts calculated possible amounts for the “Fakt” daily. Get to know them in the gallery below.

For the “internship” to make sense, However, “Solidarity” wants to introduce an additional condition – the recipient must have capital at the end that will allow the payment of 120 percent. minimum pension.

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