The principles of co-financing the savings of the population from the budget within the framework of the long-term savings program being prepared are disclosed.
They were presented at a meeting of the Public Council of the department with the participation of Finance Minister Anton Siluanov.
It is assumed that the participant of the program will be able to receive up to 36 thousand rubles a year as co-financing from the state. The specific coefficient of support will depend on the income of the citizen. The participants are divided into three categories, each of which will have its own formula. If a person has an average monthly income of up to 80 thousand rubles, then the formula will be: 1 rub. the state for 1 rub. of a citizen. To get the maximum amount of support for citizens with incomes up to 80 thousand rubles. it will be necessary to contribute 36 thousand rubles to the program per year, then the state will double this amount. If the average monthly income is 80-150 thousand rubles, then the formula will be as follows: for 2 rubles. citizen -1 rubles. states.
To get the maximum amount of co-financing, they will have to invest 72 thousand rubles per year in a long-term savings program. With an income above 150 thousand rubles per month, the formula will be as follows: for 4 rubles of a citizen – 1 ruble of the state. In order to receive support from the state in the amount of 36 thousand rubles, they will have to direct long-term savings from 144 thousand rubles per year. During his address to the Federal Assembly, Russian President Vladimir Putin instructed the Russian government to launch a program to stimulate the inflow of savings of Russians from April 2023. The President noted that it is necessary to stimulate the inflow of investments into the Russian economy from the long-term savings of citizens of the country.