One year after the pension reform, certain changes, even if voted for, still remain awaiting application. If the increase in the legal age from 62 to 64 is being done gradually, this is not the case for other measures, such as new rights linked to combining employment and retirement.

The pension reform does not in fact only include changing the retirement age. The latter also includes multiple adjustments, including the exceptional increase.

As a reminder, it is the CNAV circular (National Old Age Insurance Fund) of November 2, 2023, which provides for the provisions governing the conditions of allocation, the determination and the evolution of the amount of the exceptional increase in personal pensions having taken effect before September 1, 2023. It concerns the basic retirement of traders, craftsmen and unregulated liberal professions, recalls the government website.

This circular specifies that the exceptional increase in personal pensions is applicable to policyholders with a personal pension calculated at the maximum rate of 50%, namely:

– Beneficiaries of early retirement for insured persons with disabilities, permanent incapacity or incapacity for work;

– Insured persons who have obtained their retirement as former holders of a disability pension and AAH;

– Insured persons meeting the duration of insurance and periods recognized as equivalent required depending on their generation; – Insured persons demonstrating a rate of permanent incapacity at least equal to 50%;

– Veterans and prisoners of war deported or interned;

– Working mothers;

– Insured persons to whom the benefit of the maximum rate of 50% can be recognized from the age of 65, with an exception at the age of 67;

– Former holders of the asbestos workers’ allowance, to whom a pension calculated at a maximum rate of 50% can be allocated from the age of 60.

Below are the dates from which the pension reform measures will come into force: