How Much is the Retirement Holiday Bonus? Will there be a raise? When will the Bayram Bonus go?

How much increase will the retirement bonus be? When will the Ramadan holiday bonus be given?
How much increase will the retirement bonus be? When will the Ramadan holiday bonus be given?

The date on which the retirement holiday bonus will be deposited has been a matter of curiosity by millions of retirees and their relatives with the arrival of Ramadan 2021. More than 12.3 million SSK and Bağ-Kur retirees will receive 1000 TL Eid and Eid al-Adha bonuses this year. On the other hand, those who apply for pension this month will be able to see the bonuses in their accounts. So when will the Eid al-Adha and Eid al-Adha bonuses be credited to the accounts?

The holiday bonus application has become an important additional income for retirees. Retirees are now curious about not only raise periods, but also bonus dates. Before the Ramadan and Sacrifice holidays, not only current retirees but also new retirees benefit from the bonus of one thousand lira.

How Much is Retirement Holiday Bonus 2021

The 2018 TL retirement bonus, which was first introduced in 1.000, has been deposited into accounts at the same amount for 3 periods. This year, it is expected that the retirement holiday bonuses will be raised at the inflation rate and the amount will be deposited as 1.083 TL

Is Retirement Holiday Bonus Payment Date Determined?

As it is known, retirement holiday bonus is paid before eid. Although it has not been officially announced when the payment will be made this year, it is estimated that the payments will be made in the first 10 days of May, considering the date of Eid al-Fitr.

Retirement Ramadan Feast Bonus

  • Ramadan Feast: 13-15 May
  • Expected bonus date: May 10-12

Retirement Feast of Sacrifice Bonus

  • Sacrifice Holiday: 20-23 July
  • Expected bonus date: July 12-19

How Much Will Be Paid To Whom?

Retired: 1.000 TL

Death pension (75%): 750 TL

Death pension (50%): 500 TL

Death pension (25%): 250 TL

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