Spaniards who want to retire as of this Sunday, January 1, with 100% of the pension will have to be at least 66 years and four months old, under the 2013 pension reform, in which it was progressively raised the retirement age from 65 to 67 years, in a total horizon of 15 years.

These 66 years and four months will be the age required for those who prove less than 37 years and nine months of contributions (this year 66 years and two months are required to retire with less than 37 years and six months of contributions).

If the contribution period of 37 years and nine months is exceeded, workers who want to retire from January 1, 2023 with 100% of the pension will have to be 65 years old.

What did not change with the 2013 reform is the minimum contribution requirement to be able to access the contributory retirement pension, which was maintained for at least 15 years, two of which must be included in the 15 years prior to retirement.

In the event that workers want to access partial retirement without the company making a relief contract, the minimum access age will be the ordinary retirement age that is applicable in each case.

If the company makes a relief contract to cover the work time that the person who partially retires stops working, the minimum access age for partial retirement will be from January 1, 2023 of 62 years and four months if They have contributed for at least 35 years and nine months, or 63 years and eight months if they have contributed for 33 years.