PGU: who are the older adults who can receive the contribution without being retired

If you are close to turning 65 or older and you are not a pensioner, it is important that you know that you have the right to request the Universal Guaranteed Pension (PGU). There is some confusion among some people who believe that by continuing to work they are not eligible to receive this benefit. However, this is not true. If you are 65 years of age or older and have not yet retired, you can apply for the PGU, as long as you meet the other established legal requirements.

Between the requirements To access the PGU, you must prove a residence in Chile for at least 20 years and not be part of a family group that belongs to the richest 10% of the country’s population. If you meet these requirements and are of the required age, you can apply for the PGU, even if you are still working.



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