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Revenues and Balance of Social Insurance Agency Funds

EUR mil. Per capita Per working person Annual change
Current Revenues 5 734,6 1 061 2 448 15,7%
Old Age Insurance Fund Revenues 2 791,2 516 1 191 25,6%
Solidarity Reserve Fund Revenues 815,5 151 348 6,5%
Expenditures of Fund on Pensions 4 992,7 923 2 131 4,9%
Balance -1 386,0 -256 -592 n.a.
Disability Insurance 1 029,6 190 439 5,9%
Expenditures of Disability Insurance Fund on Pensions 901,5 167 385 2,5%
Old Age Contributions for Disabled n.a. n.a. n.a. n.a.
Balance 128,2 24 55 37,9%
Sickness Insurance 473,9 88 202 17,0%
Expenditures of Sickness Insurance Fund on Pensions 399,4 74 170 -6,7%
Balance 74,4 14 32 n.a.
Accident Insurance 132,3 24 56 0,5%
Expenditures of Accident Insurance Fund on Pensions 44,3 8 19 2,5%
Balance 88,1 16 38 -0,5%
Unemployment Insurance 306,2 57 131 6,1%
Expenditures of Unemployment Insurance Fund on Pensions 174,3 32 74 0,0%
Balance 131,9 24 56 15,3%
Employer Insolvency Insurance 42,5 8 18 -7,6%
Expenditures of Insolvency Insurance Fund 16,3 3 7 -51,3%
Balance 40,9 8 17 226,2%
Administration Fund 143,3 27 61 15,9%
Expenditures of Administration Fund 124,8 23 53 10,8%
Balance 18,6 3 8 68,0%

Table description

Contributions paid to the Social Insurance Agency (SIA) are divided into funds from which benefits are paid according to their purpose (see review in section How much public sector spends). From every euro paid into SIA are about 3 cents used to finance its activities. Balance, which is the difference between revenues and expenditures of funds indicates that the financing of individual funds is not balanced. While the Pension fund even with added income from reserve solidarity fund has a loss, other state funds are in a significant surplus.