Pensions: “Thriller” with retroactive payments to 2,500,000 beneficiaries – Economic Mail

Pensions: “Thriller” with retroactive payments to 2,500,000 beneficiaries – Economic Mail
Pensions: “Thriller” with retroactive payments to 2,500,000 beneficiaries – Economic Mail

Only those pensioners who appealed until July 31, 2020 and were finally vindicated by the Council of State will receive retroactive amounts from the cuts in supplementary pensions, as well as gifts and allowances of main and auxiliary.

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Retrospectives

Retrospectives concern:

  • Cut supplementary pensions (June 2015 – May 2016)
  • Deducted primary and secondary gifts for pensioners over 60 (June 2015 – May 2016)

The winners of the final decision of the Council of State were the pensioners or heirs who claimed the amounts from appeals they filed until July 31, 2020.

Those who had not filed appeals cannot claim retroactively, they will only receive them by political decision.

The scripts

The payment scenarios are as follows:

  • Those who have sued (about 350,000) will receive a lump sum (€700 million)
  • Those who have not appealed, may receive part of the money as an allowance, may be set off with a personal difference, or may be collected in installments.


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