Millions of citizens in Turkey continue to wait excitedly for the January 2022 pension hike. After the historical increase in the minimum wage, expectations for pensions have also increased. Retirees will receive their increased salaries on Monday, January 3, 2022. At this point, SSK and BAĞKUR retirees are wondering how much SSK and BAĞKUR pensions will be in 2022. Has the pension increase been announced? How much will 2022 pensions be? While the announced 5-month inflation figures create an idea for the pension increase, the pension increase will become clear with the inflation in December.
For the 2022 SSK and BAĞKUR pensions hike, the eyes were turned to inflation figures. 2022 pension increase is being investigated by retirees. Upon the announcement that there will be an increase in welfare for civil servants, the question of how much the 2022 SSK and BAĞKUR pensions will be came to the fore. Here are the current pensions and those who are curious about the 2022 pension increase…
The hike expected by millions of retirees will be announced on January 3, with the announcement of inflation figures. The 5-month inflation rate was determined as 10.48 percent. According to the estimation that the year-end inflation rate will be 24 percent, the 6-month hike is calculated as 14.33 percent.
8.45 PERCENT HIRE WAS MADE IN JUNE
With the inflation data for June announced by the Turkish Statistical Institute (TUIK), the rate of increase in civil servants' salaries and pensions was also determined. Accordingly, civil servant salaries and all pensions were increased by 8.45 percent.
HOW MUCH, HOW MANY TL WAS THE PENSION INCREASE?
The 5-month inflation rate was determined as 10.48 percent. Expected inflation figures for approximately 13 million retirees and more than 4 million civil servants were announced. Along with the November inflation, 5-month inflation also emerged. Accordingly, the index change between June 2021 and November 2021 was calculated as 10.48 percent.
RETIRED SALARY INCREASED ACCORDING TO 5-MONTH NUMBERS
According to the 5-month inflation figure, the 10.48 percent hike of SSK and Bağ-Kur retirees has been finalized. The first hike of 2022 will be determined by adding December inflation on top of this figure. According to the estimation that the year-end inflation rate will be 24 percent, the 6-month hike is calculated as 14.33 percent.
CRITICAL NUMBERS ANNOUNCED FOR RETIRED AND OFFICER INCREASE
Expected inflation figures for approximately 13 million retirees and more than 4 million civil servants were announced. Along with the November inflation, 5-month inflation also emerged. Accordingly, the index change between June 2021 and November 2021 was calculated as 10.48 percent.
SSK AND BAĞ-KUR PENSION RISE OCCUR 2 TIMES A YEAR
SSK and Bağ-Kur retirees receive two raises each year. The hikes given in January and July are equal to the previous 6-month inflation rate.
OFFICER INTENSIVE ITS INVESTIGATIONS FOR THE INFLATION DIFFERENCE
The 10,48-month inflation, which was determined as 5 percent, also changed the January hikes of civil servants and civil servant retirees. In addition to the collective agreement hike, civil servants and civil servant retirees are taken as the inflation difference over the 3 percent hike in July.
Based on the 5-month figure, the 5-month hike of civil servants and civil servants consists of a 5 percent increase in collective bargaining and an inflation difference of 7.48 percent. In this case, the 5-month increase rate of civil servants and civil servant retirees reaches 12.48 percent.
Based on the 24 percent estimation above, the year-end increase of civil servants and civil servants will be 5 + 11,33 percent. This will correspond to a 16.33 percent increase in total.
WITH DECEMBER DATA, RETIREMENT INCREASE WILL BE DEFINITELY
The increase rate to be given in January 2022 will be as much as the 6-month inflation rate that will occur between June and December. There is only one data left to determine this ratio. When the December inflation is announced, the pension increase of SSK and Bağ-Kur will be finalized.
GOOD NEWS FROM MINISTER VEDAT BİLGİN!
Vedat Bilgin, Minister of Labor and Social Security, said, 'We will make an arrangement that includes all retired groups. We will gradually approach the pensions of our retirees in a way that will go up to the lowest level of pension.' said.