The government explained how it will pay the retirement age for mothers of large families
In the Secretariat of Deputy Prime Minister Tatyana Golikova explained how will be the age of retirement for mothers of large families, according to RBC. Russian President Vladimir Putin has proposed to mitigate pension reform. In particular, it is reported that a large female will be able to retire early.
“If a woman has three children, then she will be able to retire three years early. If four children four years earlier. And for women who have five or more children, everything should stay as it is now, they will be able to retire in 50 years,” the President said. It was unclear whether those three or four years to be taken away from the final retirement age for women (60 years) or adolescence (starting from 56 years).
According to RBC, reduced the age of retirement will be considered as 60 years. Thus, the first benefit will receive the women in 1965, who have four children. They will retire in 2021.
Vladimir Putin made a televised address on August 29, during which he explained the need for pension reform and demographic crisis and proposed to mitigate it. In particular, the retirement age for women will increase to 60 years instead of the original 63 for men to 65 years. The increase will begin on 1 January 2019 and will be implemented gradually.
How Vladimir Putin has changed the pension reform, read the publication “Kommersant”.