Retirement expectations were dispersed with pensions
Monitoring of the pension system.
The expectations of most Russians regarding the acceptable size of pensions twice their current level. These results in a survey of public opinion received research holding “ROMIR”. So, a third of Russians (32%) would accept a pension at the rate of 20-25 thousand rubles a Quarter of respondents (28%) claim to pension payments with a volume of 25-40 thousand rubles. per month. A fifth of respondents (21%) believe that the monthly volume of payments at retirement must be in the range of 15-20 thousand rubles. Another 14% of the citizens believe that to maintain a decent quality of life in retirement they needed a sum more than 40 thousand rubles a month.
With what objective level of pension can be in the range of 10-15 thousand rubles, I agree, according to the researchers, only 4% of Russians. Now, according to Rosstat, the average size of pensions in Russia is 13.5 thousand RUB over raising the retirement age, which the government announced last week, according to Deputy Prime Minister Tatiana Golikova, will allow to increase pensions in 2019 — about 1 thousand rubles a month. But even so insignificant by the standards of most queries, the increase could be short-lived: according to the Vice Premier, along with raising the retirement age, the government also plans to reform the existing system of calculation of pensions according to the number of pension points.
The difference between the actual and desired amount of the pension is the main reason why Russians (30%) plan to continue working after the age of retirement (currently 55 for women, 60 for men). The proportion of those who are opposed to the idea of working in retirement, was 37% (42% women, 32% men). A third active citizens (34%) are ready to continue working simply because they do not like to sit idly by, and every fifth (21%) feels it his duty to help families and children. Among those who plans to pursue a career retired, 47% indicated as the causes of poor health and fatigue. Another motive for refusal from employment to retirement was the desire to devote himself to travel (43%), another third of respondents (32%) would prefer to care for their grandchildren, not to go to work (allowed multiple responses).