On The Budget Of The Social Insurance Fund Of The Russian Federation To The Year 2000

Original Language Title: О бюджете Фонда социального страхования Российской Федерации на 2000 год

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RUSSIAN FEDERATION FEDERAL LAW On the budget of the Social Insurance Fund of the Russian Federation for 2000 adopted by the State Duma on 1 December 1999 Approved by the Federation Council on December 23, 1999 27 December 2000 N 150-FZ; dated 30.12.2001 N 194-FZ; of 24.12.2002 N 176-FZ Article 1. To approve the budget of the Social Insurance Fund of the Russian Federation (hereinafter referred to as the Fund) for the year 2000 in the amount of 72,431.9 million dollars. In 2008, the number of accidents was 24.4 million rubles, of which 15 million rubles were more than in the past year. The total cost of the project is estimated at over $10 billion. The total cost of the project is 16 million rubles. His income exceeded 7 million rubles (in March-more than 3 million rubles). They are subject to compulsory social insurance against accidents at work and occupational diseases. -Ruble. Article 2. To establish that the income of the Fund's budget for the year 2000 is generated from the following sources: (million) (c) Federal budget for the period from 1 January to 31 December 2015. diseases 12 168.6 Total single tax amount for certain activities to the Fund 212.7 Other income 3 167.8 of them: mandatory social insurance against accidents at work and Occupational diseases 60.8 of the federal budget, total 769.9 including: payment of benefits in excess of established norms and health resort treatment and rehabilitation funded from the federal budget of 269.9 for injury caused to workers by injury, occupational disease or Other damage to health related to the performance of their work duties at liquidated and liquidating mines and sections of the coal and shale industry 500.0 Article 3. To establish that in 2000 the financing of expenses related to sanatorium-resort treatment and rehabilitation of citizens and their children, 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 due to the Chernobyl disaster " of the federal budget for the year 2000, by enumerating their funds. Article 4. To establish that, in 2000, funding for the payment of compensation for harm caused to employees by an injury, occupational disease or other damage to health related to the performance of their work duties and the dismantled mines and sections of the coal and shale industry, the institutional and technical costs of such payments are carried out by the executive bodies of the Fund, within the limits of funds received by the Fund from the federal budget, taking into account from the surplus of the federal budget to the The allocation of funds to the Fund in 1999, as well as the corresponding amounts capitalized and closed down and dismantled by the coal and shale industries to compensate the victims. Article 5. To implement the Fund's budget in 2000 for the following purposes: (millions of United States (b) Payment of allowances, total of 37,630.5 , including: temporary incapacity for work 30 100.6 of them: in connection with the accident at work and occupational disease 914.3 for pregnancy and childbirth 3 481.4 on care 1 570.4 for the reimbursement of the value of the guaranteed list of services and social benefits for burial of 207.5 other benefits 157.6 members of their families, including the participants in the Great Patriotic War Health resort facilities of the Fund 461.0 Health Care of the Children 5,718.8 Payment of benefits above established norms and sanatorium and health resort treatment and rehabilitation financed from the federal budget 269.9 Reparation for injury, Work-related injuries, occupational disease or other damage to health related to the performance of their work duties at liquidated and abandoned mines and sections of the coal and shale industry 736.3 Non-recurrent insurance payments 154.7 Monthly insurance benefits 6 234.8 Delivery and transfer of insurance benefits 223.6 Additional expenses for medical, social and vocational rehabilitation 2 556.9 Occupational health and safety training for certain categories of insured 337.9 Implementation of social insurance, total 2 995.3 of them: the content of the executive bodies of the Fund 2 710.9 capital investments, 170.0 Organization and maintenance of a unified social insurance information system and compulsory social insurance against accidents at work and Occupational diseases 251.7 Financing Work safety research 10.0 Other expenses 210.4 of them: insurance against accidents at work and occupational diseases 10.4 Article 6. Set the Fund's Working Capital Regulations for 2000 at the beginning of each quarter of 25 per cent of the monthly average cost of benefits in the coming quarter, 25 per cent of quarterly expenditure on The rehabilitation of children and spa services in the coming quarter, the amount of the average monthly expenditure on compulsory social insurance against accidents at work and occupational diseases. The cash balance of the working capital ratio is not free and cannot be seized. Set the Working Capital Regulations to the budget of the Fund for 2000: , as of 1 April 2000, in the amount of $3,443.5 million. The total cost of the equipment is 924.8 million rubles. In 2015, the president's income was 7.66 million rubles ($11,500). The total cost of the equipment is 924.8 million rubles. In 2000, the figure was $6.1 billion. The total cost of the equipment is 924.8 million rubles. In 2015, the president's income was 7.18 million rubles ($11,500). They are subject to compulsory social insurance against accidents at work and occupational diseases. -Ruble. To increase the excess of income over expenditure on the budget of the Fund for 2000 in the amount of $1,978.4 million. The amount of cash used for the construction of the working capital is RUB 108.1 million. -Ruble. Article 7. To establish that, in 2000, the Provident Fund and other costs of compulsory social insurance against industrial accidents and occupational diseases can be made available from the general income Budget of the Fund. Article 8. Employers-organisations and citizens (individuals) who work under a contract of employment (contract) are registered as insured persons in the executive bodies of the Fund. The application for registration as the policyholder shall be submitted by the organization to the executive body of the Fund within 10 days of its state registration, and by a citizen (a natural person) within 10 days of the conclusion of the employment contract. contract (contract) with the first employee. Banks and other credit organizations provide settlement and other accounts upon presentation by organizations of a document confirming registration as policyholders. Article 9. The Foundation and its executive organs search for an indisputable amount of arrears and foam by sending them to a bank or other credit institution in which the payer's accounts are open for retirement from the payer's account, Legal person and transfer to the appropriate executive body of the Fund of the necessary funds. The commission's executive order (disposal) of the Fund's arrears and penalties should include an indication of the Fund payer's account from which the mandatory payment is to be made and the amount, to be enumerated. The arrears and foams may be raised from the rouble (current) and (or) currency accounts of the payer of the Fund, with the exception of the loan, budget and deposit accounts (unless the escrow account has expired). Article 10. To establish that the assessment of penalties for arrears on mandatory transfers to the Fund, as well as the application of financial sanctions to the insurance contributors and banks, in violation of the order of payment (transfer) of insurance contributions to the Fund and registration As insured persons, they are carried out in accordance with the first part of the first Tax Code of the Russian Federation. In doing so, the organization's activities without being registered as an insurer in the Fund's executive body result in a fine of 10 per cent of the payments assessed in favour of the employees during the period of such activity, but not less than 20 thousand rubles, and the activity of the organization without the registration of the policyholder in the executive body of the Fund for more than 90 days-a fine of 20% of the payments assessed in favor of employees during the period of such activity activities. Article 11. To establish that, in 2000, the arrears of payments to the Fund arising from delays in funding from budgets of all levels of the budget organizations or delays in the payment of public order payments, including those relating to the payment of arrears to the State, are due to delays in the payment of funds to the Fund. Defence (works, services) financed from the federal budget, under contracts (contracts), are accrued from the day of actual receipt of funds in the accounts of such organizations, subject to confirmation by the state customer of the existence of the relevant budget. Article 12. To establish that the Fund has the right to grant payment of arrears (installments) to the Fund in 2000 on mandatory transfers to the Fund, taking into account the financial conditions of these payers, on the basis of agreements concluded The Fund and the contributors of premiums for a period of one year, subject to timely payment of the current payments to the Fund. For the period of validity of the said agreements, the amount of arrears on mandatory transfers to the Fund shall not be assessed. Article 13. To establish that, in the event of the proceeds of the performance of the budget of the Fund, in excess of the amounts set out in article 2 of this Federal Act and in the event of a decrease in the actual costs of benefits established by article 5 of this Federal Act The Fund has the right to allocate funds for additional financing of children's health, sanatorium and health resort and rehabilitation of workers and members of their families, participants in the Great Patriotic War and acquisition New Year's gifts for children. Article 14. To establish that the Fund is allowed to use public securities and the promissory notes of credit and other organizations in the work to settle the debts of contributors. Article 15. The Government of the Russian Federation will reimburse the Fund for the federal budget for the payment of benefits, sanatorium and health treatment and rehabilitation in accordance with the Russian Federation Act "On social protection of citizens exposed to radiation as a result of the Chernobyl disaster" in the amount of 689.5 million USD. The debt is estimated at $17.1 billion. The total amount of debt in the period from 1994 to 1995 was $21.8 million. The balance of payments in 1996 was $167.6 million, up from $167.6 million in 1996. The total amount of the programme budget for the year 2000 was $16.2 million. In 1998, the rate was $850,000. The federal budget for 2001 and the federal law on the budget of the Social Insurance Fund of the Russian Federation for the year 2001 set out the terms and conditions for the payment of such arrears. (Article 15 is suspended from 1 January to 31 December 2003-Federal Law of 24.12.2002) N 176-FZ) Article 16. This Federal Law shall enter into force on the date of its official publication, and in the formation and expenditure of funds for the implementation of compulsory social insurance against accidents at work and occupational diseases- since the enactment of the Federal Insurance Tariff Act for compulsory social insurance against accidents at work and occupational diseases. Acting President of the President of the Russian Federation, Vladimir Putin \'n-Kremlin 2 January 2000 N 24-FZ