# Tip 1: How to count the day

When you pay social benefits, such as sick leave or maternity leave calculation is done on the basis of the average daily salary for 24 months. To calculate the payment of one day of earned amounts for 24 months from which was deducted the income tax, add up and divide by the number of calendar days in the calculation period, on 730. Further calculation is made depending on what you want to pay. If the allowance for pregnancy and childbirth, then the result is multiplied by 140 or 196, depending on what is pregnancy. If paid sick leave to count the pay for one day depending on experience. When you experience more than 8 years pay 100% of the average earnings one **day** of the sick-list, from 5 to 8 years - 80%, to 5 years - 60%.

To calculate**day** payment for vacation or a business trip you need to lay down all the earned amount, which was withheld income tax for the 12 months and divide by the number of working days in the calculation period. Calculation of working days is six days a week, regardless of which week the person works. The result is multiplied by the number of days of vacation or business trip.

If the working month is not fully worked out, then the calculation of the payment for one**day** is made by dividing the salary by the number of working days in the accounting month. The figure will be the payment for one**day** work in this accounting month.

With any payment count for one**day** work in the overall settlement amount shall not include the amount received in social benefits. In General, the settlement amount shall consist only of earned funds that are accrued and remitted income tax.

Today pension is a means of existence 15 percent of the population. However, what determines the pension, doesn't know half of the elderly. To calculate the amount of the monthly payment each retired, provided that he knows the number of parameters.

Define the related coefficient. If a man worked for his continuous work activity more than 25 years, and a woman 20 years respectively, they recognized experienced ratio is 0.55. If the experience of over 25 years for each subsequent "employment" year of the pensioner increases its coefficient of 0.01. As a rule, the maximum value experienced of the ratio is 0.75.For example, the pensioner Ivanov has seniority equal to 28 years. Then it is the related coefficient calculated in this way:

0.55+0.01+0.01+0.01 = 0.58

Determine the average salary.Here it is necessary to calculate the wages received by employees from 2000 to late 2001. This figure can be found in the archive of the employer or the municipal institution that had employed the retiree. If the employee came to **pension** earlier specified term, its average salary for any six months is taken into account. For example, our pensioner Ivanov had an average salary of 15,000 rubles.

Determine the average wage in the country.Need to find information about the average monthly salary in the country designated in paragraph 2, the period of time. According to statistics, today the figure is 1671 ruble.

Determine the percentage of wages.You need to calculate the ratio of the considered wage of the pensioner in the specified time period and the average salary in the country. The maximum value of this parameter equal to 1.2. In the example, this ratio is equal to 1.2

Calculate the size of the pension The size of the pension is determined by the following formula:

0.58 * 1.2 * 1671 = 1163 rubles.

Determine the presence of increases. The amount of the pension is added to the amount of increases that are due to the pensioner, if he has a seniority in the Soviet period.

Any pension can be tracked in the Pension Fund. There employees can reliably and with all the characteristics of employment of every citizen to provide information (calculation) about the total amount owed to the retiree on a monthly basis.

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