Economy: the Court of Auditors warns about errors in the calculation of pensions

Economy: the Court of Auditors warns about errors in the calculation of pensions

Retirees must be vigilant when calculating their retirement.The Court of Auditors warns of more frequent errors than it seems.Journalist JulienDuponchelis live on the 13 Hours set to take stock of the situation.

Economy: the Court of Auditors warns about errors in the calculation of pensions

In 2019, one in seven pensions paid included a calculation error, either in favor or more often to the detriment of the retiree.Four regions are particularly affected: Île-de-France, Hauts-de-France, Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur, and Occitanie where one in five pensions is wrong ”, explains journalist JulienDuponchellive from the setof13 hours.

“L‘error on average in 2019 was 554 € per year ”

What are the consequences for retirees?The Court of Auditors estimates that the error on average in 2019 was € 554 per year. Imagine a pension fund that pays 10 € less per month to a retiree, with current life expectancy this ultimately represents € 3,336 loss for a woman and € 2,808 for a man. And if the error is 100 € per month, it explodes: € 33,360 for a woman and € 28,080 for a man“, Continues the journalist.