This Monday, May 9, the National Social Security Administration (ANSES) continues with the payment schedule for the month of May. During this day, the monthly contributions of six social groups, including retirees and pensioners, will be paid.
As reported by the pension entitytoday it is the turn of collecting pensioners and retirees whose monthly contributions do not exceed $36,676. Those who receive this benefit and their National Identity Document (DNI) ends in 0, will be able to collect their contributions today of the ANSES.
For this day, the ANSES It also plans to start paying the monthly remuneration of the Family Allowance for Children (AFH) and the Universal Allowance for Children (AUH). Today, those who will receive their deposits will be those with DNI ending in 0.
The other social benefit that begins to be accredited as of today is the Non-Contributory Pension Family Allowances. The beneficiaries of this subsidy will receive their payments from May 9 to June 9, but without following the order for document completion.
However, in the case of the holders of the Unemployment Fund, the Administrationn directed by Fernanda Raverta reported that payments for this benefit will be resumed today. Let’s remember that the Unemployment Plan 2 and 3 is paid for all DNI terminations from May 5 to 11respectively.
The same happens with the Single Payment for Allowances for marriage, adoption and birth. This group will receive their monthly contributions in two fortnights: the first will be deposited from 05/06 to 06/09 and the second from 05/23 to 06/09.
How is the payment schedule
Throughout this week, the ANSES will continue to pay these benefits. Starting tomorrow (Tuesday, May 10), a new benefit is added: the Universal Pregnancy Allowance (AUE). The agency will begin to pay it from May 10 to 24 by order of termination of DNI.
While on Wednesday the 11th, those beneficiaries of the Prenatal and Maternity Allowances will receive the money. Payments will be made from May 11 to 17 depending on the completion of the DNI.