On The Budget Of The Social Insurance Fund Of The Russian Federation For The Year 1996

Original Language Title: О бюджете Фонда социального страхования Российской Федерации на 1996 год

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RUSSIAN FEDERATION FEDERAL LAW About the budget of the Social Insurance Fund Russian Federation for 1996 adopted by the State Duma on May 22, 1996 The Council of the Federation on 5 June 1996 Article 1. To approve the budget of the Social Insurance Fund of the Russian Federation (hereinafter the Fund) for 1996 on revenues of $28,899.6 billion. Revenue rose to 132.4 billion rubles from 128 billion rubles. His income exceeded 7 million rubles (in 2008-more than 16 million rubles). -Ruble. Article 2. To establish that the revenues of the Fund's budget for 1996 are generated from the following sources: (billion) (b) Cash balance as at 1 January 1996: 874.0 Insurance premiums 25 690.2 Other income 1 261.8 Federal budget funds 242.6 Income from the Pension Fund of the Russian Federation 831.0 Article 3. To establish that in 1996 the financing of expenses related to sanatorium-resort treatment and rehabilitation of citizens and their children, as well as the provision of benefits in the payment of social insurance benefits in accordance with the Law of the Russian Federation "On the social protection of citizens exposed to radiation as a result of the Chernobyl disaster" in the wording of Federal Law "On introducing amendments and additions to the Law of the Russian Federation" On social protection of citizens exposed to radiation as a result of the Chernobyl disaster " is funded through the federal budget for 1996 through the transfer of funds to the Fund. " On the basis of the provisions of this Federal Law, the Government of the Russian Federation shall submit proposals to the State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation on the procedure and deadlines for reimbursement of the Fund from the federal budget. $177.6 billion in arrears. The income of the group is as set out in the present report. Article 4. To implement the Fund's budget in 1996 for the following purposes: (billion) Payment of benefits, total 20,512.7 including: temporary disability 14 334.9 for pregnancy and childbirth 1 795.2 for care of a child up to the age of a year and a half-2,477.8 at the birth of a child of 1 570.5 for burial 270.7 Other Benefits 63.6 Sanatorium and Resort Services for Workers and Members of Their Families 4 678.9 Recovery of Children 1 536.0 Payment of Benefits in excess of the Standard and Spa-resort Treatment and Recovery Funded by Federal Law Budget for 1996 242.6 Implementation of Social Insurance 1 126.6 of -Funding of the Federal Labour Inspectorate under the Ministry of Labour of the Russian Federation (RoPrudinspection) 248.8 financing of labour inspection of trade unions 6.4 funding for labour protection research 7.0 100.0 Other expenses 10.0 to the Pension Fund of the Russian Federation 32.0 Article 5. Set the Fund's working capital to the 1996 budget at the beginning of each quarter of 20 per cent of the average monthly cost of benefits in the coming quarter and 25 per cent of quarterly expenditures per quarter Spa-spa services for workers and members of their families and rehabilitation of children in the coming quarter. The cash balance of the working capital ratio is not temporary and cannot be seized. Set the working capital of the Fund to the level of $865.1 billion as of 1 January 1997. -Ruble. The 1996 budget of the Fund is estimated at 760.8 billion euros. The Working Capital Fund was established on 1 January 1997. Article 6. The financing of the Federal Labour Inspectorate under the Ministry of Labour of the Russian Federation (Rosteodinspection) and the labour inspection of trade unions is carried out in 1996 with the funds of the Fund. Set that, as of 1 January 1997, the financing of the Federal Labour Inspectorate under the Ministry of Labour of the Russian Federation (Rosteodinspection) and the labour inspection of trade unions are not financed by the Fund but are carried out in OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION About Public Associations". Article 7. This law shall enter into force on the date of its official publication. President of the Russian Federation Yeltsin Moscow, Kremlin 21 August 1996 N 119-FZ