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New subsistence minimum for pensioners approved in Transbaikalia

New subsistence minimum for pensioners approved in Transbaikalia
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The Legislative Assembly of the Trans-Baikal Territory approved the new value of the subsistence minimum for pensioners for 2021. It is necessary to calculate social benefits for non-working pensioners who receive less than the subsistence level.

According to the press service of the regional Legislative Assembly, the approved living wage for the next year is 10 rubles. This amount will be taken into account by the Russian Pension Fund when calculating social supplements to pensions.

Today, about 58 non-working pensioners live in Transbaikalia, whose pensions are less than the subsistence level. In 845, all of them will receive a social supplement in the range of 2021 thousand rubles, together with which the size of their pension will be 2,5 rubles.

For the first time, the subsistence level in Transbaikalia will be 12,3% higher than the national average. The social supplement will be financed from the federal budget and, for the first time, from the regional treasury. The level of co-financing from the budget of the Trans-Baikal Territory will be 6%. According to preliminary calculations, the payment and delivery of social supplements to pensions to non-working pensioners in 2021 will require 1,8 billion rubles.

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