Since June 12, the platform has officially implemented the measures taken by the executive as part of the pension reform. After weeks of discussions and heated debates, the French can thus calculate the future amount of their pension as accurately as possible, but also know precisely the number of quarters required and the age of their retirement. Data that allows them to prepare with more serenity for their next retirement and to better understand this period. However, some criteria are not yet taken into account for the moment. Focus on these conditions that are still missing.

The pension reform launched by the executive must be implemented from September 1. In this perspective, the legal retirement age will be gradually raised from 62 to 64 years while the necessary insurance period will reach 43 years. While many French people remain worried about these changes, they will now be able to calculate their retirement age and the amount of their future pension thanks to the updated retirement simulator.

In this update of the simulator, all the new rules have been integrated, in particular early departure for long careers, cases of disability, as well as the revaluation of the minimum contributory. You can therefore go to the address before entering some professional information such as your activity, your years and months of birth, as well as the number of quarters contributed before your 20th birthday.

Once you have entered the simulator and after having noted all this information, you will be able to obtain the legal age to which you will be subject, as well as the number of quarters required to benefit from the full rate. However, for an estimate of your pension, the process is a little more complex with a connection via the France Connect online service.

Thanks to this identification, you will be able to make an estimate based on the rights recorded since the start of your career. For now, it is better to be patient because of the large number of connected users.

Errors can be made, if we are to believe the first failures of the device. As our colleagues from TF1 report, the first attempts by one of their collaborators proved unsuccessful with a first erroneous calculation. The presence of children was therefore not taken into account.

During a second attempt, it is, this time, the points of difficulty that do not appear anywhere. It must be said that the latter, as well as the special schemes and progressive retirement are not yet integrated into the simulator. It may therefore be necessary to wait a few more weeks to obtain a final version of the simulator.