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Specific contents of military welfare expenses

The military welfare cost is the cost of life care for the military and military units except the military wages, allowances, allowances and allowances, as well as the welfare benefits for the collective and the individual. It is also a supplementary part of the material and cultural life treatment of the servicemen. The military welfare cost is stipulated by the supreme commander of the army and the leading body in the form of regulations or regulations. The contents include items, scopes, conditions, standards and payment methods. The main contents of the PLA welfare cost include: the relief fee for living difficulties, the allowance for separation between husband and wife, the subsidy for children's educational institutions, the reward fee for the only child's parents (the only child health care fee), the education and education subsidy, retired cadres' honorary gold, transportation and special expenses, as well as the special welfare expenses specially approved. In the welfare expenditure, some items are distributed to individuals monthly with wages and allowances, and reimbursed management measures are adopted. Some projects are implemented according to the standards, which include the implementation of trunk management, overspending and no subsidy. The balance is transferred to the original subjects in the next year, and a standard management method is adopted. Therefore, managing welfare benefits is of great significance for solving the practical difficulties in the life of the military personnel and stabilizing the troops. The standard of welfare cost is determined by officers, civilian cadres, sergeants, staff members, sergeants, soldiers, and supply students. According to the actual strength of the supply, they are counted according to the cost of living. In addition, the headquarters gave subsidies to 33% of the total welfare cost of the major units in accordance with the standard size of the staff, and the standard of welfare expenses for the troops stationed in Tibet, Xisha, Nansha and Xinjiang border forces were slightly higher than those of other units.

Relief fee

The relief fee is the welfare cost calculated according to the standards of the head and the standard. It is mainly used for the subsidy and relief for the cadres and soldiers, and for the hardship of the family members. Relief funds are earmarked for appropriation and are not allowed to be misappropriated. The relief for difficulties in life should generally be nominated by the party or the Party committee. After the masses are evaluated and the Party branch committee has passed the examination and approval, it will be examined and approved by the political organs at the newspaper or regiment level, and no individual decision can be made. Excessive expenditure should be reported to the Party Committee for examination and approval. Party branches should regularly understand and study the living difficulties of cadres, soldiers and workers on a regular basis (half a year or 3 months). For those who do have difficulties, they should take the initiative to report to their superiors for relief or subsidies. The principle of the use of relief fees is more difficult, more subsidies, less difficult and less subsidies, often difficult regular subsidies, temporary difficulties in temporary subsidies.

Subsidies for separation of husband and wife

The allowance for separation between husband and wife is to encourage the family members of the military cadres to stay away from the army as far as possible. The general political department and the General Logistics Department decided to give preferential treatment to the active cadres who did not accompany the family members in accordance with their family members' conditions of military service from January 1986, and established a system of subsidies for the separation of husband and wife. The terms of payment are: first, the cadres below the regimental level who are in line with the conditions of the army, whose wives are agricultural accounts, or who are urban household accounts but have no fixed wage income; and the two is the cadres below the regimental level who have their wives working in the local area, who can be transferred to the garrison in accordance with the conditions of the army but not to the troops. Three, when the family members were deployed to the troops stationed in the army or in accordance with the conditions of the army, the cadres transferred to border areas, islands and highlands, and their families moved to the above areas to relocate cadres who had difficulties. The allowance for separation between husband and wife is paid monthly according to the standard. Both husband and wife are soldiers or husbands who are non military personnel. They must not enjoy the allowance for separation between husband and wife.

Subsidy for children's educational institutions

The subsidy for children's educational institutions is to solve the problem of insufficient funds for kindergartens and children's schools in addition to parents' fees. The subsidy for children's educational institutions is divided into two parts, one is for the purpose of preparing the salaries and subsidized nature of the kindergarten, children's schools, teaching staff, temporary workers and the staff to be rehoused, which is part of the funds for individuals. The other part is the purchase of teaching equipment, toys, office supplies, books, stationery and sports appliances, living appliances, training of teachers and the cost of visiting relatives and travelling expenses. The funds for the nature of wages and subsidies are compiled by the headquarters according to the number of the actual number of teaching staff in the quota, and allocated to the major units through the logistical supply channels at the beginning of the year. The cadres and financial departments shall allocate their opinions and allocate them step by step, so that they can not be withheld. The public funds are subsidized by the headquarters in accordance with the number of women who are in the kindergarten and in the school. The major units can be retained as 15% motorized vehicles. The rest are allocated to the kindergartens, run schools or kindergartens and children's schools by the cadres and financial departments according to the number of women in the kindergarten or school.

Allowance for child care education

The subsidy for child care education was established in August 1990 to solve the problem that the children of military cadres could not be a kindergarten of special force. The allowance for child care and education is distributed to officers, civilian cadres, untrained kindergartens or children under 6 years of age. However, children born out of family planning are not born.

Reward fee for only child parents

The reward fee for only child parents is a reward implemented in the implementation of the national guidelines and policies on family planning. It was established in July 1979. It is stipulated that couples of childbearing age of 1 children, who are entitled to give 1 children a lifetime, should be given a reward. Every month they will pay a certain amount of health care fee with their wages. They will be distributed to their children at the age of 14 when they receive the one-child certificate.

Honorary gold of retired cadres

The honorary gold of retired cadres was established by the Central Military Commission on the basis of the second session of the Seventh National People's Congress approved the award of merit badge for retired veteran cadres in the army since July 1988. Whoever wins the first grade red star merit badge, the two grade red star merit badge, the independent merit merit badge and the victory merit merit badge will issue honorary gold according to different standards every month, and pay the salaries of retired cadres.

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