Trust of members remains broken in voluntary funds, which shows that payments have increased in the third quarter compared to the same period last year, said Gábor Kravalik, chairman of the National Association of Voluntary Funds at a press conference in Budapest on Wednesday.
He reported that, in the third quarter, membership fees in voluntary pension funds increased by 12% to $ 23.6 billion. In the meantime, membership fees paid by members increased by 14.2 percent to 13.1 billion HUF and employer contribution to companies increased by 9.3 percent to 10.5 billion HFF in the third quarter.
Voluntary health funds paid 11.9% more, $ 9.7 billion, while private members paid 13.5%, $ 5.5 billion, and employers' contribution to the third quarter – 4.2 billion frozen copies – writes MTI.
In the third quarter, voluntary pension payments rose to $ 16.6 billion, up 24 percent from the same period last year, a 12 percent drop from the previous quarter and $ 10.8 billion in health funds, the chairman of the finance association said.
In the first nine months of the year, voluntary pension payments totaled $ 42 billion, a 16% increase over the same period last year. Employers paid $ 30.1 billion in the corresponding period, 11% more than the base period. The private membership fees paid to the health fund were $ 15.8 billion, 21 percent more than in the corresponding period last year, employers paid $ 12.2 billion, or 2 percent below the same period last year.
In January-September the health funds paid $ 33.7 billion, while the pension funds paid $ 52.9 billion.
They expect that the annual tax allocation of 20 percent of up to 150,000 prints will generate additional payment at the end of the year and it is estimated that voluntary pension fund payments will reach 114 billion prints by the end of the year 47 billion prints in the medical clinic.
Gábor Kravalik, chairman of the Cash Association, on the impact of the tax package in the coming year, adopted on Tuesday, believes that the financial contribution of the employer to the employee is still more positive than if the amount is paid to the employee as a salary.This shows that voluntary contributions to pension health insurance contributions Can continue to serve humanitarian purposes.