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The specific content of military welfare

In addition to the stipulated salary, allowance, subsidy and subsidy for servicemen, the welfare expenses for servicemen and military units are provided by the state for life care. It is a collective and individual welfare preferential treatment, and it is a supplementary part of the material and cultural life treatment of servicemen. Military welfare expenses shall be stipulated by the supreme military command and leading organs in the form of laws and regulations, including items, scope, conditions, standards and payment methods. The main contents of the PLA's military welfare expenses include: relief funds for living difficulties, subsidies for separation between husband and wife, subsidies for children's education institutions, reward fees for parents of the only child (health care expenses for the only child), child care and education subsidies, honorary allowance for retired cadres, transportation expenses, special needs expenses, and special welfare expenses approved by special authorities. Among the welfare expenses, some items are paid to individuals monthly along with wages and allowances, and the management method of actual reimbursement is adopted; some items are calculated and collected according to the standard, and the contract management is implemented, and the over expenditure is not compensated; the balance is transferred to the original subject of the next year, and the standard management method is adopted. Therefore, it is of great significance to manage the welfare expenses to solve the practical difficulties in the life of military personnel and stabilize the army. Welfare expenses are calculated and collected according to officers, civilian cadres, non commissioned officers, staff and workers on the staff, sergeants, soldiers and supply system trainees, and calculated and collected according to the supply strength and the final accounts of living expenses. In addition, the headquarters provides subsidies for 33% to 50% of the total amount of welfare expenses received by major units according to the standard of personnel; the welfare expenses of the troops stationed in Tibet, Xisha, Nansha and Xinjiang border defense forces are slightly higher than those of other troops.

Relief

Relief fund is a kind of welfare expense calculated according to the head and standard. It is mainly used for the subsidy and relief for the family life difficulties of cadres, soldiers and staff in the army, and also can be used for the health care subsidy for the military blood donors or the sick and wounded discharged from hospital. The relief funds shall be used exclusively and shall not be misappropriated. If the nomination is approved by the Party committee or the Youth League, it should be approved by the Party committee or the Youth League. If the amount of expenditure is too large, it shall be reported to the Party Committee for examination and approval. If the cadres or the soldiers are in difficulties, they should be given assistance to the party members or the Party branch for three months. The principle of mastering the use of relief funds is that the more difficulties, the more subsidies, the less difficult, the regular subsidies and the temporary subsidies.

Subsidy for separation of husband and wife

In order to encourage the families of military cadres not to join the army as far as possible, the general political department and the General Logistics Department decided to give preferential treatment to the cadres in active service who met the conditions for their families to join the army but their families did not join the army from January 1986, establishing a system of subsidies for separation of husband and wife. Conditions of distribution: first, cadres below the regiment level who meet the requirements of the army and whose wife is an agricultural household registration or who have no fixed salary income although they are registered in cities and towns; second, cadres below the regiment level whose wives have formal work in the local area and can be transferred to the army station instead of the army station according to the military conditions; Third, after the families of their families are transferred to the army or their wives are transferred to the army station for resettlement work, the cadres are transferred to border defense, islands and highland areas, and their families are transferred to the above-mentioned areas to resettle cadres with difficulties. The subsidy for the separation of husband and wife shall be paid monthly with salary according to the standard. If both husband and wife are soldiers or the husband is not a soldier, they shall not be entitled to the allowance for separation between husband and wife.

Subsidies for children's education institutions

The subsidy for children's education institutions is to solve the problem of insufficient funds for kindergartens and children's schools run by various military units in addition to charging parents. The subsidy for children's education institutions is divided into two parts. One part is used for the wages and subsidies of the actual staff, temporary workers and personnel to be resettled in kindergartens and children's schools, which belongs to the part of funds for individuals. The other part is for the purchase of teaching equipment, toys, office supplies, books, sports equipment, living equipment and training teachers, as well as travel expenses for visiting relatives, travel expenses, etc., which belongs to the part of public funds. Salary and subsidy funds shall be allocated by the headquarters according to the actual number of teaching and administrative staff within the quota of each major unit at the beginning of the year through logistics supply channels. The cadres and financial departments shall put forward the distribution opinions and allocate them level by level, and shall not be intercepted. The part of public funds is subsidized by the headquarters according to the number of women in the kindergarten and in school of cadres and employees of each major unit; each major unit can reserve 15% as a mobile fund; the rest is allocated by the cadres and financial departments to the kindergarten and children's school running units or kindergartens and children's schools according to the number of women in and at school.

Child care and education subsidy

The subsidy for child care and education was established in August 1990 to solve the problem that the children of military cadres could not be admitted to the Army Kindergarten due to special circumstances. Subsidies for child care and education are given to military officers, civilian cadres, unaccompanied kindergartens of staff members or children under the age of 6 who are not in the army. However, it is not allowed to give birth to children who violate family planning.

Reward fee for parents of only child

The reward fee for parents of only child was established in July 1979 to implement the national guidelines and policies on family planning. For couples of child-bearing age who have one child, they will be given a reward once if they have only one child in their lifetime; a certain amount of health care fee will be paid every month along with their wages, starting from the month when they get the one-child certificate until their children are 14 years old. If they have extra children, they will be deducted or offset.

Honorary fund for retired cadres

The honorary gold for retired cadres was established in July 1988 in accordance with the provisions of the Central Military Commission on conferring meritorious medals to retired military cadres approved by the second meeting of the Standing Committee of the Seventh National People's Congress. Those who have won the first level red star meritorious service medal, the second level red star meritorious service medal, the independent Merit Medal and the victory Merit Medal shall be paid monthly according to different standards, and shall be paid with the salary of retired cadres.