Russian Pension Fund

 

Russian deputies and governors did not notice their pensions

Society29.08.2018

The deputies of the State Duma of the Russian Federation who have reached the retirement age and representatives of the governor's corps from the size of pensions practically do not depend and often do not even register them.

Vyacheslav Volodin threatened with the abolition of state pensions in Russia

Society13.08.2018

Speaker of the State Duma said that such an option is not ruled out in case of failure of the pension reform.

Head of the Pension Fund of the Russian Federation Anton Drozdov lives in a penthouse worth 500 million rubles

Officials03.08.2018

If the chairman of the board of the PFR suddenly decides to sell his apartment with an area of ​​335 square meters, then the money will be enough to pay him an average Russian pension for 35,000 years.

Russian pensioners lost 100 billion rubles

Society13.07.2018

These losses affected both "silent" people and those citizens who decided to change their NPFs.

Putin approved a reduction in pension costs and increased funding for security forces

Governance06.07.2018

The state will send money to pensioners and social expenditures for the army and pay for power structures.

Who will be affected by the reform to raise the retirement age and why is it needed?

Governance14.06.2018

Money for the rehabilitation of oligarchic banks and assistance to the victim of US sanctions, Viktor Vekselberg, is, and on old-age pensions (on average 2.5 times lower than in Poland) - no. Therefore, for Russian men, the retirement age will be increased from 60 to 65 years by 2028. For women, the retirement age will move from 55 to 63 years by 2034.

Vnesheconombank is equated to non-state pension funds

Business14.06.2018

Otherwise VEB's role in the pension system will be incomprehensible.

0.5 billion rubles of pension savings disappeared from bankrupt non-government pension funds

Society04.11.2013

Almost 19,000 insured clients suffered as the result of the elimination of non-government pension funds; who will compensate their losses is unknown.