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PFR in Sevastopol: payments of three benefits increased due to the increase in the subsistence minimum

CrimeaPRESS reports:

The FIU in Sevastopol notes: from June 1, in connection with the indexation of the subsistence minimum, three monthly benefits to families are increasing: payments for children from 8 to years for full and incomplete low-income families, as well as benefits for pregnant women.

Benefit amounts are set based on the new subsistence minimum. After its increase, the payment to women registered in the early stages of pregnancy will increase on average in Russia to 7.6 thousand rubles per month (17% of the PM of an able-bodied adult) , including in Sevastopol up to 7586 rub. Parents of children aged 8–16 years, depending on the amount of allowance established by him (13%, 18% or 18% of the child’s SM) from June will receive an average of 6, 18 thousand up to 13, 5 thousand rubles per month. In Sevastopol, this amount will be from 7332, 5 rubles. up to 14665 rub.,” the press service of the department reported.

Parents who apply for benefits in June will be the first to receive payments in the new increased amounts. According to the rules, the enrollment of the assigned benefits occurs within 5 working days after a positive decision is made on the application of the parent. Thus, all benefits issued in June will be immediately paid in a higher amount. Parents who received payments before June will receive the new amount in July.

Monthly PFR allowances are now established for parents of 4. 18 million children from 8 to years, as well as 18 thousand pregnant women. In Sevastopol, payments are made to parents of 4 thousand children aged 8 to years, as well as 200 pregnant women .

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