France’s RSI ends: what changes?

From this month social security payments and health and retirement cover for the self-employed will cease to be covered by the Régime Social des Indépendants (RSI) and, instead, will transfer to the general social security organisations.

Ending the RSI, which was regularly criticised for mistakes and poor support, was an election promise of President Macron. The change will affect workers and retired people.

Social charges will still be dealt with by local Urssaf offices.

Social security and health cover will be transferred to your Caisse Primaire d’Assurance ...

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