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1 in 7 pensioners at risk of poverty in the EU

1 in 7 pensioners at risk of poverty in the EU

15.01.2019

In 2017 the proportion of pensioners at risk of poverty in the European Union (EU) was estimated to be 14.2 %, slightly above the figure of 13.8 % in 2016. The rate has been rising gradually since 2013, when it was 12.6 %., informed Eurostat.

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All second-pillar pension plans  in Latvia show negative yield in 2018

All second-pillar pension plans in Latvia show negative yield in 2018

04.01.2019

All second-pillar pension plans of Latvia's government-funded pension scheme showed negative yield in 2018, according to the data available at manapensija.lv writes LETA.

Estonia: Maximum rate of management fees for 2nd pillar pension funds drops to 1.2%

Estonia: Maximum rate of management fees for 2nd pillar pension funds drops to 1.2%

03.01.2019

Starting from 2019, the maximum rate of the management fee for second pillar pension funds decreased from 2% to 1.2%, while, in case of positive investment performance, charging a success fee as part of management fee will be allowed, Informed LETA/BNS.


Household assets in pension funds accounted for 7.9% of total Lithuania`s financial assets

Household assets in pension funds accounted for 7.9% of total Lithuania`s financial assets

08.10.2018

The financial accounts data for Q2 2018 published today shows that total household financial assets amounted to €40.5 bln at the end of Q2 2018 and their annual growth rate was 5.5%, informed Bank of Lithuania.


01.10.2018

Pensions in Latvia to increase EUR 8 to EUR 23 after indexation

Pensions in Latvia will on the average increase eight to 23 euros after indexation today, Welfare Ministry's deputy state secretary Jana Muizniece told Latvian Television this morning, citiing LETA.

27.09.2018

In Latvia non-taxable minimum income on pensions to be raised to 330 euros in 2021

Saeima of Latvia today adopted in the final reading amendments to the law on individual income tax, providing to raise the non-taxable minimum income on pensions to 330 euros a month in 2021, informs LETA.

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