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1,026,000 recipients of basic security benefits in old age and in cases of reduced earning capacity in December 2016

WIESBADEN – In December 2016, roughly 1,026,000 people aged 18 or over in Germany received basic security benefits in old age and in cases of reduced earning capacity in accordance with the German Social Code, Book XII (SGB XII), Chapter 4. The Federal Statistical Office (Destatis) also reports that the number of people entitled to such benefits was down 1.2% on December 2015. At that time, approximately 1,038,000 people received basic security benefits in accordance with SGB XII.

Until 2014 the receipt of basic security benefits in accordance with SGB XII was recorded in an annual statistics as at 31 December. Since 2015 these benefits have been compiled in a quarterly statistics as at the last month of each quarter.

Basic data are available in tables Basic security in old age,reduced earning capacity (22151) in the GENESIS-Online database.

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