Getting Pension at 60 - Carriere Longue

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Re: Getting Pension at 60 - Carriere Longue

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Le Démerdeur wrote:
Mon Oct 12, 2020 7:34 pm
An AE I presume? Yes

Aren't the cotisations at a lower rate than they would have been for the same amount as a salary or profit? I don't know - about 12.8%. Perhaps that is why.

My cotisations are at the full rate but on the net figure after the abattement.

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Re: Getting Pension at 60 - Carriere Longue

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Thats why!

Very low although not as low as they were initially thanks to all the cries of "concurrence déloyale!" from those who despite running businesses didnt understand the difference chiffre d'affaires and bénéfice.
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Re: Getting Pension at 60 - Carriere Longue

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limousinlady wrote:
Mon Oct 12, 2020 7:26 pm
Dilly, thanks for your response. It just seems strange that he pays contributions on the whole turnover, but the pension is only based on less than a third of that due to the abattement.
Sorry I can't help you with that. I've never been an independent worker.
I found the people at CARSAT (Limoges) very helpful when preparing for retirement. https://www.carsat-centreouest.fr/carsa ... s-retraite
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