- In 2012, the valorisation of quotas was introduced once. Pension benefits were increased by PLN 71.
- In 2013, the indexation rate was 104.0% (average increase of PLN 70.61).
- In 2014, pension benefits were increased by an indexation rate of 101.6% (average increase of 29.87 PLN).
The cost of reducing the retirement age for 2016 – 2019 is about PLN 40 billion! But who forbids the rich? #emerytura
– Fryderyk Karzełek (@FKarzelek) December 2, 2015
In 2015, pension benefits were increased by an indexation rate of 100.68%, but not less than PLN 36. The lowest pension, survivor's pension and total invalidity pension paid by the state increased not by PLN 4.30, ie 0.68%, but for PLN 36, ie 4.26%, from PLN 844.45 to PLN 880.45. In 2016, support for a large group of pensioners, while maintaining the real value of all pensions and disability benefits, was a one-off bonus. The amount was dependent on the amount of the allowance and ranged from PLN 50 to PLN 400 per hand.
VALUATION OF PENSIONS IN 2019
In 2017, with an indexing rate of 100.44%, a minimum benefit of PLN 10 was guaranteed. At the same time, the lowest gains in the same year were increased. For those who meet the requirements of the traineeship, the lower pension, the total invalidity pension and the survivor's pension increased from PLN 882.56 to PLN 1000, which means an increase of PLN 117.44 or 13.3%. The partial disability pension was increased from PLN 676.75 to PLN 750, which represents an increase of PLN 73.25 (10.8%), and the social pension from PLN 741.35 was increased to PLN 840 PLN, which means an increase of PLN 98, 65, ie 13.3%.
This year, the indexing rate, which was only a percentage, reached 102.98%, which meant the largest increase in benefits over the last five years and an increase in the lower pension, total disability and survivor's pension to PLN 1.029.80 or just 29.80 PLN.