Active solidarity income / RSA


Dernière mise à jour le :10/07/2024


The active solidarity income is an allocation which completes the initial household resources to reach the level of a guaranteed income.

The amount of the guaranteed income varies according to the household composition and the number of childs.


The active solidarity income (RSA) it replaces the minimum integration income (RMI) and the single parent allowance (API).

The RSA has been in force since 2009 in mainland France, since 2011 in French overseas departments and communities (with the exception of French Polynesia, New Caledonia and Wallis and Futuna, where it is not applicable) and since 2012 in Mayotte (under specific conditions).