After the operation of automatic transfer of pensions of more than fifty thousand (50,000) francs, the Government takes an additional measure for pensions of lower amount. Three years ago, the hall of the General Directorate of the Treasury and Public Accounting and the General Budget Directorate in Cotonou, swarmed with people at the end of the month for the payment of retirement pensions and withdrawal. medical examination reports. Long thought by the finance administration, the reform of automatic transfer of pensions of more than fifty thousand (50,000) was implemented not without gnashing of teeth on the part of retirees. Thus, at the instigation of the President of the Republic Patrice TALON, the Minister of the Economy and Finance Romuald WADAGNI carried out the operation of automatic transfer of pensions of more than 50,000 CFA francs. This reform, which took place on October 1, 2017, was a success. Through this operation, all pensions of an amount greater than or equal to CFAF 50,000 are systematically paid by bank transfer (Banks, CCP, and FECECAM). After one (01) year of application of the measure, the results are more than positive. The pension banking rate, which was 25%, rose to 76%, increasing the number of pensioners in transfer from 13,000 in October 2017 to around 38,000 in October 2020. The payment of pensions by mobile money mainly for those under CFAF 50,000 once again increases the rate of bank access to pensions which is part of the overall framework of the Government’s actions in terms of budget transparency. For the deadline of November 1, 2020, more than 3,700 pensioners will be paid by mobile money, i.e. 30% of the expected workforce, including around 1,700 by MOOV money and 2,000 by MTN Mobile money. The advantages of this new payment method are well established. The pensioner benefits more quickly from his pension without moving and can withdraw from every street corner. It limits the movements of the elderly, especially in the context of COVID-19, the most vulnerable of which are those of the elderly. Finally, the Government’s objective is to reduce annoyance for pensioners through the new payment instruments. This reform is added to the long list of reforms carried out by the Government through the Ministry of Economy and Finance to relieve the pain of pensioners.