How not to lose your pension if you get your wages in an envelope?
Answer from: Sergey Levy:
I know a lot and have lived a long time. "A simple engineer"....
Salary in an envelope, as a rule, the employer is not limited, and there is also an official salary, albeit small, from which contributions are paid to the Pension Fund for a future pension. It's what's called.. "gray" salary (some of it is paid officially, some of it is not).
Cases where only money in an envelope is paid out ("black" salary), are already rare enough. But if you still fall into this category of workers, you can voluntarily transfer insurance premiums to the Pension Fund. The law provides for this.