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Since April 1, pensions will be indexed in Russia

Since April 1, pensions will be indexed in Russia
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Starting April 1, Russia will index pensions, including social, by 6,1%. The increase will affect 3,8 million people.

Increased pensions will begin to accrue 3,2 million recipients of social pensions, most of whom are invalids and families left without breadwinners. The average social pension will amount to 9,85 thousand rubles, the average payment to children with disabilities will increase to 14,5 thousand rubles, and people with disabilities from childhood in the first group will receive an average of up to 14,6 thousand rubles.

According to the Pension Fund of Russia, payments will also increase among participants in the Great Patriotic War, residents of besieged Leningrad, military personnel who have been conscripted, citizens injured as a result of radiation or man-made disasters, and flight test personnel.

Participants of the Second World War who are entitled to insurance and state pensions will receive an average of 39,8 thousand rubles. Payment to persons with disabilities due to military trauma receiving two pensions will increase to an average of 32,3 thousand rubles.

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