Remember that the indexation of pensions for 2022 was carried out in two stages: from June 1, 2022 by 10% and from January 1, 2023. Thus, from January 1, insurance pensions have increased at another 4.8 percent, the subsistence minimum – at 3.3% and the minimum wage – at 6.3%.
“Annually, as of January 1, the indexation of pensions, the cost of living and the minimum wage is carried out. But in the conditions of high inflation in 2022, it was decided to carry out a phased increase in basic social benefits. As of June 1, 2022, pensions, the cost of living and the minimum wage were increased by 10%.Under the conditions This made it possible to quickly support the income of citizens.The second stage of increasing these payments will begin on January 1, 2023. In general, following the results of two stages: pensions, the cost of living and the minimum wage increased above the level of real annual inflation”, emphasized the Minister of Labor and Social Protection of the Russian Federation Anton Kotyakov.
The average amount of old-age insurance pensions for non-working citizens, taking into account the increase from January 1, 2023, will be 21,864 rubles. On average in the country, from January 1, 2023, the cost of living per capita will increase to 14,375 rubles, for the working-age population – 15,669 rubles, for pensioners – 12,363 rubles, for children – 13,944 rubles. The minimum wage from January 1, 2023 will be 16,242 rubles.