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Raphaël Rossello: "Four lies or omissions on pension reform"


FIGAROVOX / TRIBUNE - For the investment banker, the current pension reform is based on a number of shortcuts, omissions or lies. The main challenge to be met, on which both the future of our system and the prosperity of the country depends, remains employment.

Investment banker, Raphaël Rossello published

Demain in 2022

, published by Mareuil.

The imperative of a government is to adapt to the reality of the facts and to prepare the future with complete freedom of thought.

However, the pension reform is based on shortcuts, omissions and lies.

First, retirement age.

Proponents claim we are lagging behind European countries that have extended the legal retirement age to over 64.

This is true but does not take into account the fact that the first financial factor of pensions is the contribution period.

Europeans discover with amazement that certainly the legal age of departure is 62 years old subject to having contributed at 43 years old.

The Portuguese leaves at 67 but is only forced to 40 years of contribution, the Spaniard leaves at 68 with only 37 years of contribution and the Italian can retire at 67 with 20 years of contribution.

The personal effort being the duration of contribution, the retirement age becomes secondary and sometimes even a sanction...

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Source: lefigaro

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