Retirement is a significant milestone that requires careful preparation. For those who are getting ready to retire, the administrative procedures and checks can be tedious and time-consuming. It’s important to start preparing at least twelve months before submitting the retirement file, and even longer if there are complex circumstances like living abroad.
In response to this need, the supplementary pension scheme for private sector employees (Agirc-Arrco) has announced plans to open its doors in 2024 in 600 reception areas to assist those preparing for retirement. A total of 400,000 interviews are proposed to prepare the files of those who will be retiring in the coming months or years and carry out all the necessary checks. For those who want to get a head start, there are opportunities for interviews from the age of 40 or 45 to check career records and plan for retirement.
The Agirc-Arrco regime has decided to reach out specifically to people with complex career paths. A quarter of the 400,000 interviews are planned for people identified as needing extra assistance with the retirement process. These interviews can be conducted by telephone, videoconference, or in person and generally last thirty to forty-five minutes on average.
Policyholders can get assistance with understanding their career records, collecting advice, and accessing support and prevention services offered by the Agirc-Arrco regime. With the pension reform and its numerous new measures, many employees have a lot of questions and concerns about retirement. To make an appointment with an advisor, they can call 0 970 660 660 or connect to their Agirc-Arrco personal space.
The need for advice and support throughout the retirement process has become more apparent, particularly among vulnerable populations. In the face of the ongoing health crisis and the accelerated digitalization of procedures, people express a greater need for personalized support. If you don’t know where to start or have questions about your retirement