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International Internet Magazine. Baltic States news & analytics Thursday, 31.07.2014, 18:31

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Latvia reached top in Pension Sustainability Index 2014

Latvia reached top in Pension Sustainability Index 2014

18.07.2014

The global financial services company Allianz unveiled Pension Sustainability Index (PSI), which covers 50 states and places the Estonian pension system on the 11th position; in 2011, Estonia was located on the 13th position in the rankings, LETA/Public Broadcasting reports. Latvian pension system proved to be more sustainable.

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Lithuanian PM promises to increase pensions, benefits, salaries from 2015

Lithuanian PM promises to increase pensions, benefits, salaries from 2015

16.07.2014

Lithuania’s Prime Minister Algirdas Butkevicius introduced to Parliament primary tasks of the Cabinet. He promised that pensions, social benefits and public sector salaries will be increased starting the year 2015, informs LETA/ELTA.

SEB Estonia: quarter new pensioners continued employment

SEB Estonia: quarter new pensioners continued employment

04.07.2014

As of end of 2013, nearly 22,000 old-age pensioners in Estonia were entitled to get payments from the second pillar pension funds, but only 16,388 submitted requests to get payments, writes LETA/National Broadcasting.


Latvian pensioners to hold demonstration on September 6

Latvian pensioners to hold demonstration on September 6

02.07.2014

Reacting to the government's slow progress and its inability to satisfy demands, the Latvian Pensioners Federation has decided to hold a demonstration on September 6, Square of Latvian Riflemen, as the leader of the federation, Andris Silins, told LETA.

In 50 years Lithuania's pension expenditure will be twice higher than the average in EU

In 50 years Lithuania's pension expenditure will be twice higher than the average in EU

18.06.2014

The European Commission recommends Lithuanian politicians to introduce pension reforms, according to the Commission, it is necessary to raise the retirement age as after 50 years Lithuania's pension expenditure will be twice higher than the average of the European Union, informs LETA/ELTA, referring to Vakaro zinios.

03.06.2014

Estonian 65-year-olds live healthy life for 3 years less than EU average

Fresh European Union data indicates that in 2011, Estonian 65-year-old men and women could expect three years less of healthy life years than the EU average, LETA/Postimees Online reports.

29.05.2014

Estonian government postpones parent's pension

The Estonian government initiated on Thursday amendments to the income tax law, increasing the non-taxable income rate to 154 euros per month and additional non-taxable pension income rate to 220 euros per month; at the same time, the government decided to postpone the enforcement of parent's pension till 2018, LETA/Postimees Online reports.

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