Basic pensions will be increased by 4% in September. On the other hand, concerning supplementary pensions in the private sector, nothing has yet really been decided. We take stock. Boost for back-to-school pensions. Indeed, it is with a month’s delay that pensions will be revalued by 4%. The increase will be retroactive. But who is really concerned? What about supplementary pensions, in particular Agirc-Arcco which concerns 13 million former private sector employees? Lighting. No increase in additional planned As recalled La Dépêche du Midi, if the revaluation of basic pensions is indeed recorded, it is not so for the additional. At least for this summer. The latter do not depend on the law but are set by the social partners (Medef, CGPME and U2P for companies; CFDT, CFE-CGC, CFTC, CGT and FO for employees). For their part, Force Ouvrière believes that Agirc-Arrco had the means to increase pensions this summer, says Planet. Could an increase still occur? Yes, but not before November 1, 2022, as our colleagues point out. This is the date set by the national interprofessional agreement signed on May 10, 2019. The social partners meeting within Agirc-Arrco must meet on October 6 to make a decision. Unlike basic pensions, this revaluation could not be retroactive, according to the national interprofessional agreement. What could be the amount of the increase? According to several specialized media, an increase in supplementary pensions of around 2.9% “only” would be considered. And this, although the setting of Agirc-Arrco pensions must meet very specific rules: they must be indexed to inflation, the rate of which reached 6.1% in July. Be that as it may, Agirc-Arrco has a reserve estimated at 65 billion euros.