ZUS: 70% new pension application filed so far

As many as 283k pension applications have been filed so far to the Social Security fund (ZUS), representing 70 percent of all people entitled to retire earlier, after Poland lowered its retirement age. As many as 410k people have the right to do so until the end of this year.

Locked content 270k pension applications due to lower retirement age – ministry...

Approximately 270,000 pension applications have been filed based on the lowered retirement age, the Ministry of Family, Labour and Social Policy stated. “That’s 75 percent of the estimated 331,000 people who have become eligible to retire once the retirement age has been reset” at 60 for women and 6...
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Lower retirement age to cost Poland PLN 54 bln – ZUS head

According to Social Security fund (ZUS) President Gertruda Uścińska the cost Poland will bear between 2017-2021 for lowering retirement age will reach PLN 54 billion. “We’ve analyzed how similar changes to the law in the past affected workers, and we’ve calculated that 82 percent of those able to re...

Morav\wiecki: 80-83% of older workers will retire earlier

According to Deputy PM Mateusz Morawiecki, 80-83 percent of eligible workers will take an advantage of the lower retirement age coming into force on October 1. He added that according to the assumptions, this year the cost of early retirement age will amount to PLN 2.6 billion.

80k people to take advantage of lower retirement age in Q4 – NBP...

As many as 80k people will retire in Q4 due to the recently lowered retirement age, deputy director at Poland’s Central Bank (NBP) Jacek Kotłowski said. “The number of people who will receive benefits in Q4 is slightly over 200,000 people, but we will lose about 80,000. The rest will either take ben...

Lowering the retirement age will cost Poland PLN 10 bln next year

According to the deputy minister of finance Leszek Skiba, lowering the retirement age will cost the budget as much as PLN 10 billion, which equals 0.5 percentage point of GDP. But according to Skiba this should not affect public finances. “The current expenditure rule allows us to gradually lower th...