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Quota 103, the bills for those who retire early (but those who stay have a 10% increase)

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A measure aimed at fewer employees

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A more elitist (retirement) way out. How does it work? Who wins (up to 2 years) and who loses (up to 6%)? Here are the accounts of Quota 103. That is not the re-release of Quota 102 with the addition of a unit. This is another measure, which will affect a smaller number of employees and will have a more limited impact on the state treasury. Like any temporary measure, it will exclude some “unlucky” workers, who will have to wait for the possible 2023 reform to hope to retire early. With the current Quota 102, we were basically targeting male and female employees who started working within the age of 26 (64 years and at least 38 premiums). However, with the new Quota 103, the doors of assisted and early retirement will mainly open to those who started working within the age of 21 (62 years and at least 41 years of premium)..

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Source: Corriere

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