(in billions of EEKs)
most recent data
|• Unemployment Insurance Fund. The fund is financed by unemployment insurance tax, and is used to pay for unemployment benefits. 1/||2.5|
|• Health Insurance Fund. The fund is financed by social security contributions, and is used to support those who become sick. The bulk of contributions and spending are recorded within the budget. 2/||2.8|
|• Pension scheme. There is no separate account for the scheme. Pensions under pillar 1 (pay-as-you-go) and transfers by the government under pillar 2 are paid through the budget, which receives revenue from social security contributions.||0|
|• Pension Reserve Fund. This is part of a general cash reserve set aside and handled separately from other general cash reserve assets. It is meant to act as a buffer in the event of shortfalls in future pension funding, financed by transfers from the state budget or other reserve funds. 3/||4.8|
|• Stabilization Reserve Fund. The Stabilization Reserve Fund is financed via transfers from the state budget, reflecting profits from the Bank of Estonia, sales of state assets, and overall budget surpluses, or from other reserve funds. It was established primarily to help maintain fiscal and economic stability. 4/||6.3|
The Unemployment Insurance Fund is governed by the Unemployment Insurance Act.
The Health Insurance Fund is governed by the Health Insurance Fund Act.
The MoF plans to introduce legislation for this fund.
The Stabilization Reserve Fund is governed by the State Budget Act.