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Weak rouble puts pressure on part Estonian pensioners

Weak rouble puts pressure on part Estonian pensioners

19.12.2014

The fall of the Russian rouble is cause for concern for more than 3,000 pensioners living in Estonia who are paid pensions from the Russian Federation state budget, since the fall of the rouble means reduction in real income, LETA/Postimees writes.

Keyword tags: Baltic States – CIS, Estonia, Financial Services, Legislation, Pensioners



Russian government to issue pensions to war veterans in Baltic States

Russian government to issue pensions to war veterans in Baltic States

11.12.2014

The Russian government has approved an order according to which veterans of the Great Patriotic War (World War II), who live in the Baltic States, will receive pensions, reports LETA, referring to grani.ru.

At the beginning of 2014, 18.4% Lithuanian residents were aged 65 and older

At the beginning of 2014, 18.4% Lithuanian residents were aged 65 and older

05.12.2014

Statistics Lithuania informs that an annual publication Elderly People in Lithuania has been released. Lithuania is experiencing population ageing: the number of elderly (aged 65 and older) people and the proportion thereof in the total population annually increases, while the total population decreases. At the beginning of 2014, Lithuania had 2943.5 thousand residents, out of whom 542.7 thousand, or 18.4%, were aged 65 and older.


Latvian residents among least supportive people in eurozone in regard to retirement age

Latvian residents among least supportive people in eurozone in regard to retirement age

24.11.2014

Out of all eurozone countries, residents of Latvia were the least supportive of increasing the retirement age, according to the latest survey conducted by the Eurobarometer, cites LETA.

Estonian pension age should grow to 70 years

Estonian pension age should grow to 70 years

04.11.2014

Statistics Estonia said when presenting its fresh pension system forecast on Monday that the increase in retirement age agreed upon now is too slow, and in 25 years time, the retirement age should be 70 years already, due to the aging population and emigration, LETA/Public Broadcasting reports.

03.11.2014

23% Latvian residents want to receive more than EUR 1,000 in pension

Almost every fourth resident of Latvia (23%) wants to receive a monthly pension in the amount of over EUR 1,000, according to a survey conducted by Citadele, cites LETA.

28.10.2014

Estonians are poorly informed about their pension savings

While Estonian people are showing more interest towards their retirement assets, the general level of awareness is quite low, Public Broadcasting cites a Swedbank survey.

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