In November this year. the pensioners’ accounts will receive an additional retirement benefit known as the “fourteenth retirement pension”. According to the government’s calculations, the fourteen are to reach 9.1 million people. According to the infor.pl portal, the fourteen are to be entitled to the amount of the lowest pension applicable from March 1, 2021 for people whose basic benefit does not exceed PLN 2,900 before any deductions, deductions and reductions are made. Check whether you will receive all or only part of the supplementary pension. Detailed gross and net calculations are available in the gallery.
Who will get the fourteenth pension?
With additional, on the fourteenth retirement pension, the recipients of the retirement pension and those who are retired in the general system will benefit. “Fourteen” will go to the accounts of farmers, employees of uniformed services, beneficiaries of bridging pensions, pre-retirement benefits and allowances, social pensions, parental supplementary benefits, teacher’s compensation benefits and war and military invalids pensions.
How much net pensioners will get – check the calculations in the gallery
Who is not entitled to the fourteenth pension?
The fourteen will not be used by people who lost the right to benefits on October 31, 2021.
Important! If you are entitled to more than one fourteenth pension, you will not be able to do so and only one fourteenth pension will be credited to his account.
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How much will you get on the account?
You will receive your fourteenth pension if your pension does not exceed PLN 2,900 before the deductions and reductions are made. However, if you receive more than PLN 2,900, the fourteen will be paid out, but in a smaller amount – the benefit will be reduced on the basis of “PLN for PLN”, i.e. 14, the pension will be reduced by the amount exceeding PLN 2,900.
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