Moscow Mayor Sergei Sobyanin announced an increase in the minimum pension for residents of the capital at the expense of additional payments to 21,193 rubles per month.
“The minimum pension will be increased to more than 21 thousand rubles,” the head of the city said on the air. TVC October 14.
The funds have already been included in the budget, Sobyanin emphasized.
Before that, the pension was raised in January – by 3.7%. 2.1 million Moscow pensioners receive city supplements.
October 12, professor of the department and prices of the PRUE. G.V. Plekhanova Yulia Finogenova announced the growth of social pensions and pensions for state pensions in 2022.
From January 1, 2022, the indexation of insurance pensions is expected by 5.9%, and from April 1, social pensions and pensions for state pensions will be indexed by 7.7%. The living wage of a pensioner in 2022 on average in the country will increase to 10,277 rubles, while in 2021 its size will be 10,022 rubles.
On October 1, the press service of the PFR branch in Moscow and the Moscow region explained that parents of full-time students can count on the payment of an increased pension for old age and disability. This category of citizens will be able to receive an increased fixed pension until the child completes their studies or turns 23. The increase is also provided for parents whose child enrolled in a university in another country.