Sergey Shvetsov suggested thinking independently about earning money in retirement.
The Network is discussing the statement of the first deputy head of the Central Bank Sergey Shvetsov for his statement to pensioners.
During a meeting of the Federation Council Committee, the financier expressed the opinion that it is already “a little late”to help pensioners in Russia.
According to Shvetsov, by the time of retirement, Russians should have their own savings. For this reason, state support should be provided throughout life (during work).
This will allow future pensioners to save capital and retire – “with a good pension project”. But it should be formed by the citizen himself.
Shvetsov also noted that it is time to move away from the” Soviet past”: pensioners are already used to relying on the state, and this is”socialism”. In Russia, it is necessary to build a system of capitalism, the official is sure.
The deputy head of the Central Bank Chairman called on the authorities to form pension institutions, clean up unscrupulous players, conduct agitation among citizens to save money.
Shvetsov suggested storing funds in pension funds, insurance companies, you can get passive income from stocks, bonds – or even from buying real estate.
“It will help a person when renting it out,” concluded Sergey Shvetsov.
The words of the financier angered the Russians, who in social networks demanded to return their frozen funded part.
They did not understand the meaning of the statement, and taking into account the fact that the elections were held on the eve.
“That is, pay to the pension fund, and pensions are a horseradish?”
“Let the offshore zones rely on the money of our state. And what about pensioners? Dust”
“I urge the state not to rely on my taxes”
“Why then deductions to the pension fund?”
“After the elections, the Russians began a black streak?”
“Can we not rely on this state”
“And that’s right, state pensions are for the state. Although in general this is expected and I had no illusions to ever count on her, ” the Network is outraged.
According to Topnews, in the summer of this year, the Central Bank began to scare Russians with the economic crisis.
The Deputy Head of the Central Bank explained the reason for the tight monetary policy.