On The Budget Of The State Employment Fund Of The Russian Federation For The Year 1994

Original Language Title: О бюджете Государственного фонда занятости населения Российской Федерации на 1994 год

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RUSSIAN FEDERATION FEDERAL LAW on the budget of the State Employment Fund of the Russian Federation for the year 1994 the State Duma Adopted December 23, 1994 year, Article 1. Approve the budget of the State Employment Fund of the Russian Federation for the year 1994 income amounting to 3103.5 billion. rubles, expenses-3103.5 billion. rubles.
Article 2. To establish that budget revenues the State Employment Fund of the Russian Federation for the year 1994 is derived from the following sources: (billion roubles) carry-over on January 1, 1994 year 279, 5 Income premiums employers 2551, 1 other income 272, 9 Article 3. Send in the year 1994 budget the State Employment Fund of the Russian Federation for the following purposes: (billion roubles) professional training and social adaptation of 397.7 including: vocational training for social adaptation of 285.7 112.0 Organization public works and employment support 1128.6 including: creating and saving jobs 890.1 compensatory payments and subsidies to 202.5 salary public works and temporary employment Program 36.0 material support unemployed 798.5 including : benefits and material assistance 700.5 98.0 anticipatory pensions information support employment programs employment public service Content 140.0 344.7 Insurance contingency reserve on the labour market 294.0 Article 4. Set on 1994 year standard deductions of cash in the federal portion of the State Employment Fund of the Russian Federation at the rate of 20 per cent of compulsory insurance contributions of employers. Centralizuemye at the federal level, funding is directed towards ensuring the financing of federal and regional programmes in the field of employment and support regions with difficult situation on the labour market.
The President of the Russian Federation, b. Yeltsin, Kremlin, Moscow January 6, 1995, N 1-FZ