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Over 11 million pensioners are registered in Ukraine, according to the Pension Fund.
14:25, 17 May 2021
Certain groups of Ukrainians will retire later than expected.
15:15, 01 April 2021
Payments of social security tax were lower than the plan.
20:59, 07 February 2021
Last time the minimum wage in Ukraine was increased on December 1, 2019.
14:25, 01 July 2020
Some 378,800 new pensions were assigned in the past year.
15:00, 05 March 2020
The Pension Fund's average monthly expenditure is estimated at about UAH 36 billion (US$1.4 billion).
13:20, 04 March 2020
Pension system reform will require several years to be completed, PM says.
22:30, 26 February 2020
In total, there are 11.3 million retirement-age people in Ukraine; of them, 2.6 million still work.
13:10, 10 February 2020
The prime minister says the Pension Fund's budget is balanced.
16:13, 24 January 2020
According to the new program, there will be no new tax benefits and the corporate income tax rate will not be lowered.
16:50, 21 December 2018
The draft law also provides for keeping unused subventions from the national budget on the accounts of the local budgets as of the end of the year.
12:42, 07 December 2018
An income per capita in Q1 2018 was about $414, which was 32.1% up year-over-year.
16:02, 16 August 2018
This refers to people who have a long working record with low wages.
14:32, 03 August 2018
Azarov now lives in Moscow, Russia, using his savings.
16:46, 03 July 2018
Continued engagement with the IMF will be important to sustain macroeconomic stability improvements.
16:45, 28 April 2018
Almost 50% of Ukrainians consider a pension worth up to UAH 5,000 ($191) per month sufficient.
13:05, 23 April 2018
<p>The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is still analyzing the pension reform adopted by the Verkhovna Rada in early November to check whether it has incentives for later retirement and, correspondingly, yields more contributions to the Pension Fund, according to Goesta Ljungman, the IMF Resident Representative in Ukraine.</p>
17:57, 30 November 2017
<p>Ukrainian Social Policy Minister Andriy Reva says that the budget of the Pension Fund of Ukraine (PFU) in 2018 will grow by 25%, to UAH 355 billion (US$13.2 billion).</p>
15:47, 24 November 2017
<p>The International Monetary Fund (IMF) continues examining the pension reform adopted by Ukraine's parliament to check if it complies with the benchmarks of the IMF's Extended Fund Facility (EFF) program, according to IMF Resident Representative in Ukraine Goesta Ljungman.</p>
16:08, 06 November 2017
<p>Ukrainian Social Policy Minister Andriy Reva says that the pension reform will oblige employers to hire people older than 45 years within the set quota, according to the TV news service TSN.</p>
10:51, 13 October 2017