Anses published the new amounts of family allowances without modifying the ceilings

Tuesday, November 22, 2022 | 10:34 a.m.

The National Social Security Administration (Anses) set the new values ​​for the family allowances that will apply as of December, with an increase of 15.62%, through the Resolution 258/2022 published this Tuesday in the Official Gazette.

The resolution did not include the modification of the ceilings for income to the benefit, something that the unions had been requesting, since the amounts have not been modified since last March, and that the salary agreements caused the drop in the benefit of hundreds of thousands of workers. Thus, workers with a gross income of $158,365.5 or those with a total family income above $316,731 continue to be left out.

The norm establishes that the allowance for birth will be $11,418, for adoption $68,283 and for marriage $17,098; for family group income (IGF) up to $316,731 in the three cases.

It also determines that both for prenatal care and for children, the allowance will be $9,795 for family income up to $151,703; $6,606 for income between $151,703.01 and $222,490; $3,994 for IGF between $222,490.01 and $256,873; and $2,059 for income between $256,873.01 and $316,731.

In the case of a child with a disability, the allowance will be $31,900 for IGF up to $151,703; $22,565 for income between $151,703.01 and $222,490; and $14,241 for higher incomes. The annual school aid will be $8,210 per child for IGF up to $316,731; and also in the case of a child with a disability, but with no income limit.

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