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Published in view of the 2017 public consultation on the Québec Pension Plan, this document proposes improvements to the Plan in favour of future generations of retirees, as well as measures to ensure plan sustainability in a context of demographic and socioeconomic changes, budgetary rigour and program reviews.
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Public Consultation 2017
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This document is a supplement to the Consultation document –
Strengthening the Plan to Promote Greater Intergenerational Fairness. It describes the main issues surrounding retirement. It aims to support continued reflection on retirement in Québec, as well as determine its main characteristics and the challenges the system currently faces.
Published in view of the public consultation on the Québec Pension Plan, the document begins with a description of the Plan's place in the Québec system of retirement income security. It then deals with the financial state of the Plan, suggesting ways to adapt the Plan to new family realities and to the changes taking place in the labour force. Finally, the document explores two new possibilities for improving the Plan in the future.
This study (published in
French only) complements the working paper Toward a Stronger and Fairer Québec Pension Plan. It measures the consequences of the avenues of solution proposed in the working paper for Plan contributors and future beneficiaries. Details on the calculations underlying the examples in the study are given in an appendix.
The purpose of the update (published in
French only) is to present the financial situation of the Québec Pension Plan as at 31 December 2008 by taking into account the results observed since the last regular actuarial report, prepared as at 31 December 2006. The update also provides revised financial projections on the Plan's financial situation and a revised steady-state contribution rate.