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How the old age pension should be calculated?

The old age pension is calculated taking into account the person’s:

  • accumulated pension capital during the time period from 1 January 1996 until the month when the pension is granted;
  • mean insurance contributions wage during the time period from 1996 until 1999 (inclusive);
  • insurance period until 31 December 1995;
  • time period (years), for which the payment of the old age pension is planned starting from the year of granting the pension.

The formula for calculating the old age pension is as follows:

P = K/G

P is the annual pension whose one twelfth part is the monthly pension.

K is the insured person’s accumulated pension capital. It consists of the amount of the insurance contributions recorded in this person’s personal account and the annual capital growth.

And G is the time period (years) for which the payment of the old age pension is planned starting from the year of granting the pension.

During the transition period (until there are persons with the employment period until 1996) the following formula is applied for the calculation of the old age pension:

P = (Ks +K)/G

This formula uses an additional index Ks, which is the initial pension capital calculated according to the formula: Ks=Vi x As x 0.2

As – the person’s insurance period until 1995 (inclusive);

Vi – the person’s mean insurance contributions wage from 1996 to 1999

The above formula for the pension calculation applies to the persons who have their employment period until 1996.
The pension is granted and calculated individually for every person taking the starting capital of the pension (it is calculated taking into account the person’s employment period until 1996 and the mean social contributions wage during the time period from 1996 to 1999), the pension capital (social insurance contributions recorded in the personal account since 1 January 1996), as well as the retirement age as the basis.

All the accumulated capital (the starting capital of the pension + the pension capital after 1996) is updated in compliance with the changes of the amount of the insurance contribution wage in the country. The capital of the old age pension is updated by applying the indices of the insurance contribution wage (hereinafter – capital indices) defined for the years following the year to be updated until the year of granting of the pension. Thus, for the persons who retire, for example, in 2010, all the capital indices up to 2009 (including) were applied for the purpose of updating of the pension capital. As regards the persons who have retired or will retire in 2014, all the capital indices until 2013 (including) are applicable.

When the pension is claimed by the persons whose insurance period is not below 30 years and whose income has been below the national mean level during the years that are important for calculating the starting capital of the pension (i.e. 1996- 1999), the mean wage in the country during the relevant period is used instead of the individual insurance contributions wage for the calculation of the old age pension.

During the years of the good national economy development when the number of the persons paying social contributions and the wages were increasing, the annual indices applicable to the pension capital were also high. However, the reduction of the number of the persons paying social contributions and the wages has had a negative impact upon these indices during the recent years.

Year

Capital indices

1997

1,03

1998

1,12

1999

1,117

2000

1,069

2001

1,0835

2002

1,0453

2003

1,1645

2004

1,1754

2005

1,1712

2006

1,2333

2007

1,3593

2008

1,3106

2009

0,9622

2010

0,7978

2011

0,9945

2012

1,0618

2013

1,0758

2014

1,0766