Instances of Kela subsidy abuse are infrequent

Kela Report: Benefits Abuse Continues to Decline, with Unemployment Insurance Remaining a Concern

In recent years, Kela has reported that the income register has reduced suspicions of abuse in some social benefits. According to Kela’s data, the number of suspected abuses has remained low between 2018 and 2023, with just under half of all paid benefits being suspected of abuse last year.

Basic income support had the most suspicions of abuse, followed by unemployment insurance and general housing support. This is a significant shift from previous years when unemployment insurance accounted for the largest share of suspected abuse.

It’s important to note that cases of suspected abuse registered by Kela are those in which the customer has been consulted about suspected abuse and where Kela has made a decision on the matter. Abuse is considered if the beneficiary intentionally tries to get a benefit unjustifiably or more than they are entitled to.

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