| Agenzia Nazionale Assicurazioni Sociali|
National Agency for Social Insurances
|Subordinate to|| Government of Istalia|
Ministry of Health and Social Services
|Legal Personality||Governmental Agency|
|Legal Basis||D.d.l. 01/4171 - Universal Healthcare and Welfare Reform|
|Profile|| • Pensions|
• Social Insurances
• Social Services
|Ministry Responsible||Ministry of Health and Social Services|
|Agency Executive||Riccardo Garrone, Director General|
The National Agency for Social Insurances (Istalian: Agenzia Nazionale Assicurazioni Sociali) is the government agency of Istalia established to handle the national social security, from retirement pay to child benefits, from unemployment benefits to sickness benefits, and so on.
- Unemployment benefits
- Disability benefits and allowances
- Parental Leave Benefit
- Maternity Benefits
- Child allowance (monetary support for children up to 16)
- Housing benefit and allowance
- Sickness benefits
- Rehabilitation allowance
Pension schemes in detailEdit
In Istalia there is not a compulsory pensions system but the State offers a voluntary public pension combined with other voluntary private pensions. The choice is left to the citizens to whom, however, due to the the National Convention for the Social Universal Protection adopted in 4210, is recognized an universal National Social Assurance to cover a social pensions to the elders who, for different causes, were not able to afford or to join even the public scheme.
The ANAS, managing the public pension system, offers two pensions scheme to the citizens which can be combined:
- The National Public Pension Scheme (NPPS) is the basic public pension scheme, calculated primarily on the years of work and on the work income and covered by the national taxation and the payroll contributions from employees and employers.
- The Public Investment Pension Scheme (PIPS) is an additional pensions scheme to integrate the NPPS based on investments on the long-term: those who apply to join this additional scheme accept to invest their saving or part of their payroll contributions in many public and private funds managed by the ANAS so to increase their future pension amount.