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Less than half of working-age Russians are going to live in old age solely on the state pension, while the rest rely on alternative sources of income. This follows from the survey conducted by non-state pension Fund (NPF) Sberbank (is at the disposal “of the Tape.ru”).
Seriously wonder about how to live on in old age, the Russians begin after 30-35 years. Realizing that to live in required by law the payment would be difficult for a state pension however I expect 45 percent of Russians: 50% of women and 40 percent men.
Work after retirement plan, 30 percent of Russians, on savings and interest on Bank deposits expect 14 percent to help children and relatives — 13%. Those who make savings, the national average of 40 percent, but only 15 of them have savings in the amount of one annual income.
While complex financial instruments are only seven percent of citizens, of which 2.5% investing in investment funds, four percent — in business, two percent buy and sell foreign currency. Income from NPF expect about 10 percent of Russians.
In February it was reported that the real pensions of Russians have returned to the fall. By 2018 the real size of the average pension decreased (including paid to pensioners in January 2017 five thousand) at an annual rate of 2.4 percent. This decline was the first since 2015.
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