In France, the ACOSS (central agency of social security funds) is in charge of the social security general scheme’s cash operations.
It manages the The Union of Social Security contribution and family benefit collection organizations which collect social contributions. In 2014 it
• managed 9.6 million contributor accounts
• collected 474.4 billion euros in revenues
• Its general scheme consolidated products totalled 334 billion euros.
This graph shows how the revenue is spent branch-by-branch, showing that health expenditures are by far the biggest expenditure: 47.3% of the revenue, with old-age insurance forming the second largest expenditure: 32.8%.