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The Ministry of Labor determined the level of growth of pensions in Russia for three years

The Ministry of Labor determined the level of growth of pensions in Russia for three years

The participants in the meeting of the Russian tripartite commission for the regulation of social and labor relations on June 2021 plan to consider the draft basic characteristics of the budget of the Pension Fund of Russia for 2022 and for the planning period 2023 and 26. The document prepared by the Ministry of Labor determined the possible level of indexation of pensions for the next three years.

According to "Rossiyskaya Gazeta", The possible level of indexation of pensions of non-working pensioners is set for 2021 and may be 6,3%, in 2022 - 5,9%, in 2023 - 5,6%. The fixed payment, which is received along with the insurance payment, is set for 2021 in the amount of 6 rubles, in 044,48 - 2022 rubles, in 6 - 401,10 rubles. 

In total, 40,24 million people will receive insurance pensions in Russia in 2021, in the following years the number of pensioners will drop to 39,68 million in 2023. The average old-age pension for non-working pensioners will be 17 rubles in 432, and then the growth of payments will be less than one thousand rubles a year. No adjustment is planned for the following years.

Social pensions and state security pensions, which are indexed from April 1, will grow by 1,5% in 2021, 3,9% in 2022 and 3,7% in 2023. The average amount of payments will exceed ten thousand rubles only in 2022: 9 rubles were established in 977, 2021 rubles - in 10 and 307 rubles - in 2022.

The cost of caring for a disabled child or a disabled person of the first group from childhood is set at ten thousand rubles. Other social benefits will increase based on the consumer price growth index - by 4% annually.

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