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PFR does not have enough money for indexing to working pensioners

PFR does not have enough money for indexing to working pensioners
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The Russian Pension Fund needs 368 billion rubles to resume indexation of pensions for working pensioners next year. However, according to the head of the FIU Anton Drozdov, the organization does not have that kind of money.

According to TASS, the country has registered only 43 million pensioners, while 9,6 million continues to work. At the same time, the indexation of the pension of working pensioners has not been carried out since 2016 of the year.

Government plans previously reported index pensions: social planned to increase by 7%, and insurance - by 6,6%. The budget already has financing for indexation. The last time pensions indexed in April 2019 of the year by 2%, all in all this year they rose by 7,05%.