Ariel Ferrari: From 60 years of age and older to appear at the BSP

Ariel Ferrari, social director at the Banco de Previsión Social (BPS) representing the liabilities, told EL ECO that “this June 1, one of the chapters of the retirement reform began to govern.” Persons 60 years of age and older who “are not retired and worked before April 1996, must report to see their work history in the BPS, and confirm if it is correct or report if they are missing periods of activity.”

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