Gov't Makes Retirement Bonus Official.

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It is now official. The gov't has set a one time AR$ 1K end of the year bonus for Jubilados who--like myself-- earn the minimum AR$ 6.661 .This should go on top of the "medio aguinaldo" paid every June and December or 3.330 = 9.991 + 1.000 = Grand Total of AR$ 10.991 or U$D 686..Good news for 3.5 million Argentine and some foreign resident retirees .
Peron always said
" Mejor que decir es hacer.Y mejor que prometer es cumplir·"--Better than saying is doing.Better than promising,is keeping that promise·.
Macri has done Peron one better with this extra bonus.
 

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Hello....
Quick question when I moved back in 2008 I went to work for an American company doing business here in BA.
I have all the paperwork, it was all done legally. They gave me a C.U.I.L. number.
I worked for them for three years. Would I qualify for that sweet jubilacion $$$ ? :rolleyes:
 

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D.B.Cooper:
Do you have a DNI ? Was that company making the deductions for jubilacion? Do you have the minimum # of years of contributions necessary or have you entered a "blanqueo" whitewash to afford you them?
 

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D.B.Cooper:
Do you have a DNI ? Was that company making the deductions for jubilacion? Do you have the minimum # of years of contributions necessary or have you entered a "blanqueo" whitewash to afford you them?

Yes I have a DNI. The co. made deductions for Jubilacion. I only worked in Argentina three years. It was all "en Blanco".
 

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I am not an Argentine CPA.However, i wouldn't think you have the necessary number of contributions.
Maybe you could enter the next "blanqueo" and pay lump sum to make them up.
 

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Some countries have agreements that allow you to "move" your contributions with you, provided a minimum time abroad (i.e. min 2 years, min 3 years, and so on).

However, I am not sure you'd be wise to move your contributions in the US to receive a pension in ARS in Argentina. I'd do the opposite.
 

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I am not an Argentine CPA.However, i wouldn't think you have the necessary number of contributions.
Maybe you could enter the next "blanqueo" and pay lump sum to make them up.

Ok... Thanks. I'll look into it.
 

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Argentines, I know, that never contributed and are over retirement age qualified for the minimum Retirement during the moratorium period. Permanent residents and naturalized citizens also qualify under different requirements.
 

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I just did a search and found this article from May 2016. It seems that they investigate each application, case by case.
If they investigate "my case",... well I wouldn't qualify. The jubilacion is based on financial need.
The government has to verify your financial situation.

http://www.clarin.com/politica/Jubilados-seguira-moratoria-adeuden-aportes_0_1585641544.html
 

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It is now official. The gov't has set a one time AR$ 1K end of the year bonus for Jubilados who--like myself-- earn the minimum AR$ 6.661 .This should go on top of the "medio aguinaldo" paid every June and December or 3.330 = 9.991 + 1.000 = Grand Total of AR$ 10.991 or U$D 686..Good news for 3.5 million Argentine and some foreign resident retirees .
Peron always said
" Mejor que decir es hacer.Y mejor que prometer es cumplir·"--Better than saying is doing.Better than promising,is keeping that promise·.
Macri has done Peron one better with this extra bonus.
USD $686.00 per month or per year?
 
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