According to the founding law behind the Finnish State Pension Fund (VER), the fund has to transfer the equivalent of 40 percent of the pension costs for government employees to the national budget every year.
This year, those costs amounted to EUR 4.7 billion, which set the payment at EUR 1.88 billion, but Finland's aging population means that in euro terms, VER’s commitment grows by a few percentage points annually.
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