Pay slips will have to include a new statement from July 1, the "
net social amount
", corresponding to the resources that users must declare to assess their rights to certain social benefits, the government announced on Tuesday, which thus intends to simplify the procedures. and fight against “
It is a question of "
better informing employees of the resources taken into account for the calculation of their rights and simplifying or deleting certain information that is of no use to them
", underlined in a press release the ministers responsible for Labour, Health, Solidarity and Public Accounts, Olivier Dussopt, François Braun, Jean-Christophe Combe and Gabriel Attal.
For the first time, the French who need it will see each month on their payslip the exact amount to declare to request the RSA or the activity bonus
", observed Jean-Christophe Combe, for whom "
in the moments galley (...), it's clear information and simple tools that we need
This reform “
will make it possible to simplify the procedures for recipients who until now had to calculate the net income to be declared themselves
”, underlined the government.
It will reduce the risk of error in the declarations of resources and therefore the undue or the reminders of benefits, sources of financial insecurity for the recipients
”, he added.
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net social amount
” is part of the “
solidarity at source
” project, through which the government hopes to fight against the non-use of social benefits.
Next step, by 2024, the funds will send, on the basis of this net social amount, a pre-filled form to potential beneficiaries of social assistance.
As part of the same project, the government will launch a call for projects by March for the experimentation of "
zero non-recourse territories
": local projects already engaged in the fight against non-recourse can be selected and tested. on a larger scale, for three years, before a possible generalization.
According to a report published in June 2021 by Secours Catholique, around a third of people eligible for the RSA do not receive it, and a quarter of those eligible for family allowances.