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SNILS (Russia)

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SNILS (Russia)

Insurance individual account number (SNILS), is the information contained in the insurance policy of mandatory pension insurance (SSOPS) - a document issued to the insured person, confirming its registration in the state pension insurance of the Russian Federation. In SSOPS contains account number assigned to the future retiree in the Pension Fund of the Russian Federation.

Pension Fund of the Russian Federation SNILS need to organize personal information about the employee and the amounts that lists the employer to an individual retirement account of the employee in respect of future pension.

SNILS contains a number of insurance individual account, which is unique to only one person. An individual's personal account contains all the data on the accrued and paid by the employer insurance contributions throughout their working activity of the citizen, who subsequently taken into account in the appointment or re-calculation of pension. Assigning insurance number is technological in nature and carried out in order to simplify and speed up the procedure for the appointment of pensions insured.

SNILS Set on a green card - the insurance policy of mandatory pension insurance. This card is for all working people - the majority of Russians get a certificate of insurance ops at their first job.

SNILS room used as an identifier on the portal of public services.

The format of the SNILS is "123-456-789 12", where the numbers can be any, and the last two are a checksum.


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