MOSCOW, April 16 – PRIME. Russians believe that for a stable and peaceful life, a “safety cushion” of 1.3 million rubles is needed, Izvestia writes with reference to a survey by Sberbank Life Insurance and the Sberbank NPF. The expert gave advice on how to save for a comfortable old age According to the survey, Muscovites (1.8 million rubles), residents of St. Petersburg (1.6 million rubles), and Vladivostok (1.7 million rubles) need larger savings. On average, the Russians surveyed across the country have enough savings of 1.3 million rubles to be confident in the near future. At the same time, residents of Kirov, Tomsk, Khabarovsk, Krasnoyarsk, Saratov most often think about savings and accumulate. Analysts found that older people (43%), as well as those with higher education (41%), have a habit of saving. Basically, Russians save up for unforeseen circumstances. The survey shows that only 28% of young people are trying to save part of their income.