Social Security: 90% of the grants have already been transferred to citizens
Over the weekend, railings were deposited on more than 1.6 million citizens aged 18 and over. During the day, the Social Security is expected to deposit another 2.5 million in the 'grant per citizen' - and they will see it in their account tomorrow. About 800,000 citizens have not yet received the grants, mainly because we have not updated the account detailsTags
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Dana YarkatziSunday, 09 August 2020, 17:17
Over the past weekend, railings were deposited on more than 1.6 million citizens aged 18 and over, the National Insurance Institute said today (Sunday). It was also reported that about NIS 1.4 billion was transferred for about 3 million children in Israel. During the day, the National Insurance Institute is expected to deposit the 'grant for every citizen' to another 2.5 million citizens - and they will see the grant in their account tomorrow.
The National Insurance Institute stated that since the previous Sunday, the grants have been deposited for about 8.2 million residents (children and adults), in the amount of about NIS 5.9 billion. More than two million citizens entered Social Security systems and checked their bank accounts - 471,241 of them changed their account. At this stage, there are about 800,000 citizens who have not yet received the grants, most of whom have not yet verified their bank accounts with the National Insurance Institute.
Of the 500,000 bank accounts that have not yet been located, about 50% belong to the Jewish localities, about 25.5% to mixed localities and about 22% to the non-Jewish localities.
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While last week the cities that lacked many bank account numbers were Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Haifa, Petah Tikva, Ashdod and Netanya. Today, the cities with the number of missing bank accounts are Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Haifa, Bnei Brak and Ashdod.
Most of the missing bank accounts belong to the 18-21 age group, which is about 184,000 citizens, constituting about 36% of the 500,000 bank accounts that have not yet been verified. The next age group is the 51-70-year-olds, who make up about 99,000 citizens - 19% of all unverified accounts.