On The Procedure Of Accounting For Revenues And The Calculation Of The Average Annual Income Per Capita Family Income And Lonely Living Citizen To Recognize Their Poor And Provide Them With Public Assistance

Original Language Title: О порядке учета доходов и расчета среднедушевого дохода семьи и дохода одиноко проживающего гражданина для признания их малоимущими и оказания им государственной социальной помощи

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RUSSIAN FEDERATION FEDERAL LAW About the treatment of income and the calculation of the average per capita income of the family and the income of a person living alone to be recognized by the poor and State social assistance provided to them adopted by the State Duma on 7 March 2003 Approved by the Federation Council on 26 March 2003 Federal laws dated 01/07/2011 N 169-FZ; of 02.07.2013 N 185-FZ) This federal law establishes the accounting treatment of income and the calculation of the average per capita income of the family and the income of a lonely resident to be recognized and provided to them by the State. Social assistance under the Federal Act of 17 July 1999 No. 178-FZ on State social assistance and the Federal Act N 134-FZ " On the cost of living in the Russian Federation ". Article 1. The calculation of the family's per capita income and the income of a person living alone to address the issue of recognition of their poor and of the provision of State social assistance to them is carried out by the social protection agency at their place of residence, or The following is a statement of the President of the Russian Federation. Article 2. Income recognition and the calculation of per capita income of the family and the income of a person living alone are made on the basis of family composition, the income of family members, or the loneliness of the household and their property The right to property specified in the State social assistance statement. Article 3. The social protection authority shall be entitled to check the following information, as indicated by a citizen in a statement on the provision of State social assistance to him: the place of residence or the residence of a family or a person living alone; The income of family members or the loneliness of the resident; on the degree of kinship and (or) properties of family members, their cohabation and joint management; of the family or lonely living A citizen of the property on the right to own property. A citizen who has submitted a request for State social assistance shall submit a passport or other document certifying his identity. The social protection agency has the right to submit an inter-agency request for documents, copies of documents or information necessary to resolve the issue of recognition of a family or a person living alone To the poor and to provide them with State social assistance, to the public authorities, local self-government bodies and to State bodies or local self-government bodies of the organization that are in possession of relevant documents, copies of documents, details. (Part of the addition is the Federal Law of July 1, 2011. N 169-FZ) Article 4. The calculation of the family's per capita income and the income of a person living alone shall be calculated on the basis of the sum of the income of the family members or the individual resident for the last three calendar months preceding the month of the application for assistance. State social assistance (hereinafter referred to as the calculation period). Article 5. In calculating the average per capita income of the family and the income of a person living alone, the amount of the income of each member of the family or of the individual resident is taken into account, both in cash and in kind. Revenues received by a family or a person living alone from organizations, individual entrepreneurs, the use of land in kind in the form of goods (works, services, fruits, products), other property, are defined as the value of these goods (works, services, fruit, products), other property calculated on the basis of prices determined in accordance with article 40 of part one Russian Tax Code. The income does not include fruits and products that have been obtained on the land and are used for personal use by family members or by a person living alone. " The list of types of income taken into account in the calculation of the family's per capita income and the income of a person living alone in order to provide them with State social assistance shall be determined by the Government of the Russian Federation. Article 6. The income of a family or a person living alone received in foreign currency shall be converted into rubles at the rate set by the Central Bank of the Russian Federation on the date of the actual receipt of such income. Article 7. The income of each member of the family or of a lonely resident is taken into account before taxes and charges are deducted in accordance with the laws of the Russian Federation. Article 8. The amount of the salary, including compensation and incentive payments, provided for by the pay system and paid as a result of work for a month, is taken into account in the family's income or the person living alone in the month the actual receipt that occurs during the calculation period. With different deadlines for calculation and payment of wages, including compensation and incentive payments, the amount of the salary received, including compensation and incentive payments, is divided into the number of months for which it is accrued and is recorded in the income of the family or of the loneliness of the population for the months that occur in the calculation period. Article 9. The amount of payments for seasonal, temporary and other types of work performed under fixed-term employment contracts, the proceeds from the execution of civil contracts, as well as the proceeds from business and other activities are divided by the number of months, for which are assessed (received) and are recorded in the income of the family or of the loneliness of the citizen during the months that occur in the calculation period. Article 10. The income earned by a member of the peasant (farming) economy is taken into account in his/her income or his family's income based on the size of the agreement (s) established by the agreement (s) established by the law of the Russian Federation members of the peasant (farming) household on the use of fruits, products and income derived from the activities of this household. Article 11. Revenues derived from the sale of fruit and personal subsistence production are accounted for in the amount of the family's income or the loneliness of the household, based on the approved net income standards in the constituent entities of the Russian Federation. Expression on the sale of fruits and products received in the personal farm. Article 12. Income from the rental (lease) of real estate and other property shall be divided into the number of months for which they are received and shall be taken into account in the income of the family or of the person living alone in the months that occur in the calculation period. Article 13. In the case of indigent families, the average per capita income includes persons related by kinship and/or property. These include cohaematous and co-located spouses, their children and parents, adoptive parents and adopted children, brothers and sisters, stepsons and stepdaughters. Article 14. The average per capita income is not included in the family: military personnel serving as sergeants, petty officers, soldiers or sailors, as well as soldiers studying in Professional organizations and military education institutions of higher education and have not concluded contracts for military service; (In the wording of Federal Law dated 02.07.2013 . N 185-FZ) Persons serving a sentence of deprivation of liberty, persons subject to a preventive measure in the form of detention, as well as those subject to compulsory treatment by court order; Persons on full state security. Article 15. The family's per capita income on the recognition of its poor and the provision of public social assistance is calculated by dividing one third of the income of all family members during the calculation period by the number of family members. The income of a resident of a resident is defined as one third of his income for the calculation period when deciding on the recognition of his or her poor and for the provision of public social assistance. Article 16. This law shall come into force at the expiration of one month from the date of its official publication. President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin Moscow, Kremlin 5 April 2003 N 44-FZ