Pensioners

International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Tuesday, 28.02.2017, 14:43

1 ..2 ..3 ..4 ..5 ..6 ..7 ..8 ..9 ..10 ..11 [>][>>>]
Lithuania plans to introduce minimum needs basket of EUR 240-250

Lithuania plans to introduce minimum needs basket of EUR 240-250

08.02.2017

Lithuania's authorities are planning to introduce a minimum needs basket of around 240 to 250 euros that will show what minimum monthly income a person needs to survive, informs LETA/BNS.

Keyword tags: Budget, Financial Services, Lithuania, Pensioners, Society



21.8% of Latvia's population at risk of poverty in 2015

21.8% of Latvia's population at risk of poverty in 2015

03.02.2017

A survey conducted by the Latvian Central Statistical Bureau (CSB) in 2016 showed that 424,000 people or 21.8% of Latvia's population were at risk of poverty in 2015, which is by 0.7 percentage points (ppt) less than in 2014.

What will happen to retirement economy in the Baltic States

What will happen to retirement economy in the Baltic States

19.01.2017

The new term "retirement economy", as no other one, characterises realities not only of the modern labour market, but also of the world economy. The adverse demographic situation in the Baltic States allow speaking about the inability of the present retirement system for future pensioners. Besides low birth rate it is necessary to mention substantial out-migration of able-bodied population to other countries with good working opportunities. The adverse demographic situation and labour migration are the basis of pessimism and non-confidence of the population, especially of the youth, in the state retirement system.


EUR 50 million hole in social budget needs to be mended quickly

EUR 50 million hole in social budget needs to be mended quickly

18.01.2017

The 2018 state budget will have to mend a EUR 50 million hole in the social budget, Welfare Minister Janis Reirs (Unity) said in an interview with Latvian Television, reports LETA.

Lithuanian pensions set to rise by EUR 20 on avg in Jan

Lithuanian pensions set to rise by EUR 20 on avg in Jan

28.12.2016

Some 593,000 old-age pensioners and 202,000 disability pensioners in Lithuania will receive higher pensions starting January after the government approved on Wednesday an average increase of 20 euros in pension payments, reports LETA/BNS.


24.11.2016

Social protection expenditure in Latvia increased by 5.9 %

Provisional data of the Central Statistical Bureau (CSB) show that in 2015 social protection expenditure in Latvia accounted for 3 619.7 million euros and, compared to 2014, it has grown by 201 million euros or 5.9%. Expenditure on support for families and children increased by 24.1%, expenditure on support for disabled persons by 7.8%, and social expenditure on sickness and heath care by 7.5%.

14.11.2016

Capital of Latvia's private pension funds grows by EUR 27.6 mln in ten months

During the first ten months of 2016, Latvia's private pension funds increased their aggregate capital by EUR 27.568 mln or 8.3 % to EUR 357.965 mln, the Association of Latvian Commercial Banks informed LETA.

1 ..2 ..3 ..4 ..5 ..6 ..7 ..8 ..9 ..10 ..11 [>][>>>]

Search site