(Teleborsa) – As of August 31, 2021, the total number of workers who had access to the “Quota 100” pension I’m 341.128 out of 433,202 applications received (of which 35,238 in progress and 56,836 rejected). These i data released today by INPS on subscriptions to the system for access to the pension that allows you to anticipate the exit from work when the sum between the age of the worker and the number of years of contributions credited is 100.
The term within which employees of the public and private sector, and self-employed workers, including those registered in the separate management, can accrue the requirements to access the pension with this mechanism, expires on 31 December 2021.
In detail i employees who have benefited from the pension Quota 100 are 273.519, of which 166,282 from the private sector and 107,237 from the public sector, while theself-employed workers I’m 67.609. The 69.3% of the beneficiaries are meni, 30.3% women.
L’average gross annual amount is 25,663 euroso (€ 17,983 for the self-employed, € 27,237 for private employees and € 28,064 for public employees). The iExpenditure commitments 2019-2021 on pensions Quota 100 paid up to 31 August 2021 are equal to 11.6 billion euros. Another seven billion will be spent over the next few years for carrying over payments for people who left before the age of old age.