This Thursday 19 January the National Social Security Administration (ANSES) It will continue with its payment schedule, envisaged for all beneficiaries of the universal child allowance (AUH), the universal maternity allowance (AUE), retirees, retirees and beneficiaries of the Alimentar y Progresar programmes.
In this context, the 15.62% increase came into force in December for pensioners and pensioners and those who receive, among others, the Universal Child Allowance (AUH) and the Universal Pregnancy Allowance (AUE) . Similarly, a $10,000 and $7,000 bonus will be delivered to retirees on one and two minimum wages, respectively, in December, January and February.
Among the floors to which the ANSI extension will pay the payments in the established calendar, there are Non-Contributory Pensions (PNC), pensioners and pensioners, Alimentary Card, Prenatal and Maternity Allowance, Universal Child Allowance (AUH) and Universal Pregnancy Allowance (AUE).
These payments will be distributed by the latest issue of the DNI, with payment priority for those collecting the PNC, followed by AUH, AUE, among others. This January 19th should approach the headquarters of the ANSI extension those receiving retirement benefits and benefits and the AUH with a DNI ending in 7. Also, those receiving the AUE with a document ending in 6.
Pensions and Pensions: When do I receive this December 2022 with the 15.62% increase?
payments for retirement and pensions They will be split in two: those who do not exceed $60,124 will do so between January 10 and 23, while those who load more than the minimum will have to go between January 24 and 30. In addition, they will also continue to receive monthly reinforcements of 10,000 and 7,000 pesos respectively.
Universal child allowance: when do I receive this month of December 2022 with the 15.62% increase?
The people who collect the universal family allowance of the ANSI extension they will do so by category and have been set as follows: AUH with a son or daughter under 14 or disabled will charge $12,500; with two sons or daughters under 14 or disabled will receive $19,000; and with three or more sons or daughters under 14 or disabled, they will charge $25,000.
In addition, mothers of more than 7 children who receive PNC will receive $25,000, while pregnant mothers who have a disabled child will receive $12,500.
Universal pregnancy allowance: when will I receive this month of December 2022 with the 15.62% increase?
Those who collect the AUE or AUH will also be able to access the Carta Alimentare (Food Programme) without having to fill in any form and will receive extra money each month that can only be used for the purchase of food. With this, it seeks to ensure that all families have access to the basic food basket.
Single Payment Assignments: Marriage, Adoption & Birth: When do I receive this January 2023 with the 15.62% increase?
All terminations of the DNI of the beneficiaries of the Checks for marriage, adoption and birth can continue with the collection of the second fortnight (from 7 December to 12 January), even if from 5 January it is possible for them to debit all terminations of the DNI up to to 10 February.
PNC Family Allowances: When will I get paid this January 2023 at the 15.62% increase?
For their part, all DNI terminations will be able to collect PNC family allowances between December 12 and January 12. In the meantime, the new calendar will come into force: all documentary cancellations can be charged between 10 January and 10 February.
ANSES: How to get personal loans for retirees and retirees?
These ANSES credits They are aimed at retirees and pensioners and offer lines of credit from $5,000 to $240,000 and in 24, 36 or 48 installments. Furthermore, the fee cannot exceed 30% of the monthly repayment. Its only requirements are: reside in the country, document number, be under 92 years old at the time of completing the credit and have a CBU from your bank account.
With the documentation collected, the process can be done online, through My ANSIsor in person by requesting an appointment at no ANSI extensionand has a delay of five working days.
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