The National Social Security Administration (ANSES), which is paying the benefits for the month of November, has already announced the increase for pensions, which in turn impacts the Universal Child Allowance (AUH).
The organism preceded by Fernanda Raverta and the Ministry of Economy, led by Sergio Massa, announced that the increase in pensions is 15.62% set by the Retirement Mobility Law, the highest since the law that varies the benefits of ANSES.
On the other hand, this amount of increase in pensions provided by ANSES impacts on the AUH, which will have an equal increase for the month of December. AUH beneficiaries may also collect a one-time extra in December.
This extraordinary payment represents the 20% that the social security entity during the course of the year 2022. The bonus may be received if the Assignment Booklet (AUH) is presented, which certifies that the health and educational data of the benefit holders are up to date.
The next increase in pensions, according to the Retirement Mobility Law, will occur in March of next year. The benefited pensions are the following: Non-Contributory Pension for Disability; Non-contributory pension for mother of seven children or more; Old Age Pension and Universal Pension for the Elderly (PUAM).
Already including the increase, the following amounts will be collected for each pension: Disability: $35,808 (70% of a minimum retirement); Mother of 7 children: $51,157 (100% of a minimum pension); Old age: $35,808 (70% of a minimum retirement), and PUAM: $40,923 (80% of a minimum retirement).
How much will the AUH charge?
In the month of December, with the 15.62% increase in the Retirement Mobility Law, the Universal Assignment per Child will rise to 9,795 pesos.
On the other hand, if you add the extra of the annual withholding of ANSeS, which amounts to 10,781 pesos and is paid within 60 days after the presentation of the book (before December 31)the result is an income of 20,576 pesos.