Do RSI payments help pension?

We moved to France in 2011 and have had a B&B since 2012 as a micro-entreprise, paying cotisations to the RSI. We anticipate retiring next year and closing the business after eight years of cotisations. Can we expect a small pension from them? Also do you know if our healthcare would revert to Cpam but be funded by the UK?  A.T.

The RSI, today called the Sécurité Sociale pour les Indépendants, is not necessarily the pension organisation – it is usually the one dealing with social security.

To benefit from a pension, you would need to have contributed to an organisation (a caisse) such as CIPAV, the Caisse Interprofessionnelle de Prévoyance ...

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