You will need
  • - recent letter from the pension Fund;
  • - passport;
  • - insurance certificate.
Find the latest information letter, which was sent to you Pension Fund of the Russian Federation (PF the Russian Federation). These letters are sent annually to all the citizens who have already begun their seniority, but not yet retired. You should receive a notice from your post office at the place of residence where you have to pick up due to you letters.
If letters of PF you do not come, contact the office of the Fund at the place of residence. The list can be found on the official website of the Fund. Come to the office during business hours. Show the officer your passport and a certificate of pension insurance and explain that you would like to receive email notification about the status of your retirement account. Then next year you will start receiving these newsletters at the address you specify as the place of residence.
After receiving the letter, you should know how to read it. It contains some important numbers. First check whether the letter of notice shows all your data. In the upper part of the letter should be your surname, name and patronymic, as well as a number of your personal account, which is an accumulation pension. This number must be the same as specified on your certificate of pension insurance.
Find a letter with information about contributions over the past year. They are divided into two parts - n accumulation and insurance part of pension. The first part of the contributions specified in paragraph 3 of the notice (in the second - if you are a sole proprietor) and the other at the end of the letter, in paragraph 15. Folded them, you will receive your total insurance pension contributions over the past year.
To know your pension contributions for previous years can be of paragraph 4 (pension), which is called "the Total amount of pension contributions transferred to the management of the company" and paragraph 16 (insurance part of the pension). If you put the data in paragraphs 4, 15 and 16, you will receive the total amount of pension contributions you have made over all the years. The bigger they are, the higher your future pension.