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APL reform less profitable than expected


Postponed four times, the overhaul of personalized housing assistance was to allow the State a saving estimated at 1 billion euros.

The health crisis cripples reforms and disrupts government plans to save money.

After the postponement to January 1 of the unemployment insurance project, which was to generate 2.3 billion euros in net savings between 2019 and 2021, that of pensions for the moment suspended even if the President of the Republic has promised to come back to it in early 2021, the overhaul of personalized housing assistance (APL) should also bring in less than expected.

This reform, which was initially supposed to come into force at the beginning of 2019, has been postponed four times because of implementation difficulties.

Housing Minister Emmanuelle Wargon promised that it would finally come into force on January 1, 2021. As a reminder, this reform - which should not be confused with the decision taken at the start of Emmanuel Macron's five-year term to decrease by 5 euros per month APL - does not affect the methods of calculating the housing allowance.

It simply aims to determine more accurately

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Source: lefigaro

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