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Pensions: The “map” of payments until January 27 – When will beneficiaries see the increases

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In relation to the increase corresponding to the main pensions for January, it will be integrated into the payments at the end of February for the main pensions for the month of March 2023

The start of the payment of the main and auxiliary February pensions, which will see the 7.75% increase of the main pensions from 1/1/2023, includes, among other things, the planning of payments for the week of January 23-27. The relevant procedure will be completed on Monday, January 30.

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As the Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs states in its announcement, the increase of 7.75% will be seen by 1,724,713 pensioners. Of those, 80%-85% will see a full 7.75% increase, while the vast majority of the rest will see increases in excess of 7% depending on how much personal difference they have.

Regarding the increase corresponding to the main pensions for January, it is clarified that this will be incorporated into the payments at the end of February for the main pensions of March 2023.

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In total, it is estimated that almost 1.43 billion euros will be paid to over 2.5 million beneficiaries.

Particularly:

1. From e-EFKA they will be done, during the period 23-27 January 2023, the following payments, within the framework of the organization’s regular payments:

– On Thursday, January 26, 560.5 million euros will be paid for the main and auxiliary February pensions to 941,400 pensioners from the former bodies: OAEE, OGA, NAT, ETAT, ETAA, ETAP-MME and PPC.

– On Friday, January 27, 802.4 million euros will be paid to 1,520,000 pensioners of the State, IKA-ETAM, banks and OTE, whose AMKA expires on 1, 3, 5, 7 and 9.

– The process will be completed on Monday, January 30 with the payment of the main and auxiliary February pensions to the pensioners of the State, IKA-ETAM, banks and OTE, whose AMKA ends in 0, 2, 4, 6 and 8.

– End, in the period 23-27 January, 28.5 million euros will be paid to 1,000 beneficiaries following the issuance of one-off decisions.

2. The following payments will be made by the Public Employment Service (PYPA):

– 25 million euros to 46,000 beneficiaries for the payment of unemployment benefits and other benefits.

– 6 million euros to 1,500 beneficiaries under subsidized employment programs.

– 700,000 euros to 1,000 mothers for subsidized maternity leave.

– 9 million euros to 500 beneficiaries for public benefit programs (payment of contributions to institutions).

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