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Pensioners account for almost 20% of overdue debts in Russia

Pensioners account for almost 20% of overdue debts in Russia
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For every sixth unfinished enforcement proceedings on debt collection on a loan are Russians of retirement age. They account for 17% of writs of execution.

As the TASS, with reference to the press service of the Federal Bailiff Service (FSSP) of the Russian Federation, at the beginning of November, the department had 7,8 million cases on unpaid debts to credit institutions. The 1,3 million of these industries include residents of the country who have reached retirement age.

Meanwhile, overdue debts of Russians increased by more than 100 billion rubles and amounted to 935-940 billion rubles, according to a study by the credit bureau Equifax and the organization "National Association of Professional Collection Agencies." At the same time, the number of overdue loans in 2020 reached the maximum level over the past five years - 12,6 million units against 10,9 million loans in 2019.

However, tri regions of the Far East became leaders in reducing the share of overdue debt in consumer loans. The most significant dynamics of reduction in October compared to the same period last year was noted in Yakutia.  
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