86,000 Mar del Plata residents will be able to access Anses credits

86,000 Mar del Plata residents will be able to access Anses credits
September 16, 2023 – 2:48 p.m.


The executive director of the National Social Security Administration (Anses), Fernanda Raverta, said today that “86,000 Mar del Plata residents along with 4,600,000 people throughout Argentina will be able to benefit from the Anses credit strengthening program.”

In dialogue with Télam, Raverta highlighted that “from next Monday the 18th, workers in a dependency relationship will now be able to request the Anses Credit of up to 400,000 pesos through the organization’s website, and materialize this very important announcement made by the minister. of Economy of the Nation, Sergio Massa”.

“In Mar del Plata – he continued – there are 86,000 people who will be able to access while in the entire country there are 4,600,000 people,” and he pointed out that “with these credits the National State seeks to accompany Argentine families.”

Raverta, candidate for Mayor of Mar del Plata for Encuentro Marplatense, pointed out that “it is a very convenient loan because the rate is 50% – the best on the market – and you have a three-month grace period to begin repaying it.”

“This is a credit of up to 400,000 pesos in order to boost consumption, and give workers the possibility of getting out of debt with their credit cards,” said the national official.

“They – he added – are intended for contributors to the Argentine Integrated Pension System (SIPA) whose income does not exceed the current Income Tax floor, and will be deposited in the bank credit card linked to the account where they receive their salary for the purchase of refrigerators, washing machines or whatever is needed.”

Raverta did not hesitate to consider that “with these credits, more consumption is generated, which generates more work and this leads to more contributions, therefore better retirements. That is why everything works this way when one works in a government that has the responsibility of solving problems and moving the wheel of the economy,” he concluded.

Source: Ambito

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