In the Federation Council, explained to the Russians, when and how they can change the amount of the pension

Member of the Federation Council Elena Bibikova in an interview with Elena Bibikova Member of Council of Federation Elena Bibikova in an interview with “Parlamentskaya Gazeta” said that the size of pensions in Russia can be changed only in cases stipulated by law
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Member of the Federation Council Elena Bibikova in an interview with “Parlamentskaya Gazeta” said that the size of pensions in Russia can be changed only in cases stipulated by the current legislation. The pension can be changed both upwards and downwards, in cases if her appointment was a mistake.

For example, the amount of pension may change if it is installed allowance disabled dependant, but if you reach adulthood, this allowance was withdrawn.

the amount of the pension may increase if the pensioner has reached the age of 80. In this case, the payout is doubled.

But when you move from one region to another rule of calculation of pension should not change – unified rules of pension calculation are valid on the territory the whole of the Russian Federation.

there is a rule that non-working pensioner can not get material support in total is lower than the minimum wage in particular region where it is registered.

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If disabled pensioner moves to the subject of the Federation where the cost of living will be lower than where the pensioner lived before, that social benefits will also be less.

with regard to the Northern allowances, the Senator recalled that the current legislation provides that pensioners who have worked in the far North not less than 15 years established and the coefficients are saved and do not depend on where they subsequently moved.

in addition, the law provides for the withholding of funds from pensions on the basis of a writ of execution or court decisions.