Specific content of military benefits
In addition to the prescribed military salaries, allowances, subsidies, and subsidies, military welfare costs are paid by the state for the care of the military and all military units. They are preferential treatment for collective and individual benefits and supplement the military material and cultural life treatment. section. Military welfare fees are stipulated by the highest commanding and leading organs of the military in the form of laws and regulations, and the content includes items, scope, conditions, standards, and payment methods. The main contents of the welfare benefits of the PLA are: relief for living difficulties, subsidies for separation between husband and wife, subsidies for children's education institutions, parental rewards for the only child (health care fee for the only child), subsidies for childcare education, and honours for retired officials Transportation expenses, special expenses, and special welfare expenses with special approval. Among the welfare expenses, some items are distributed to individuals monthly with wages and allowances, and actual management measures are adopted; some items are managed according to the standard, and overruns are not made up; the balance is transferred to the original subjects of the next year, and the standard is implemented. Management approach. Therefore, the management of welfare benefits is of great significance in solving the practical difficulties in the lives of military personnel and in stabilizing the army. Welfare costs are calculated according to the standards of military officers, civilian cadres, non-commissioned officers, incumbents, sergeants, soldiers, and supply system students. According to the strength of supply, living expenses are finalized and calculated. In addition, the headquarters grants subsidies of 33% to 50% of the total welfare cost of the major units according to the standard of personnel; the welfare cost of the troops stationed in Tibet, Xisha, Nansha, and Xinjiang Border Guards is slightly higher than other units.
Relief is a welfare fee calculated on the basis of heads and standards. It is mainly used for subsidies and relief for the cadres, soldiers, and staff members who have difficulties in family life. It can also be used for military blood donors or health care subsidies for discharged patients. Relief funds are for exclusive use and are not allowed to be diverted. Relief for living difficulties should generally be requested by me or nominated by the party group. After mass appraisal and review and approval by the party branch committee, they should be reported to the regiment or a political organization equivalent to the regimental for review and approval, and no individual decision is allowed. If the amount of expenditure is too large, it should be reported to the party committee for approval. The party branch should regularly (six months or three months) understand and study the living difficulties of cadres, soldiers, and employees. If there is any difficulty, they should actively report to their superiors for relief or subsidy. The principle of mastering the use of relief funds is that more subsidies are more difficult, less subsidies are less difficult, regular subsidies are often difficult, and temporary subsidies are temporarily difficult.
Separation subsidy for husband and wife
The husband and wife separation allowance is to encourage military cadres ’families not to join the army as much as possible. The General Political Department and the General Logistics Department have decided to give preferential treatment to active cadres who meet the conditions for family members to join the army and their families not to join the army. Separation subsidy system. Distribution conditions: First, for the cadres who meet the requirements of the army, the wife is an agricultural hukou, or is a cadre below the regiment who has no permanent salary, although it is an urban hukou; the second is that the wife has a formal job in the locality, which can be adjusted to the army station according to the conditions of the army The cadres below the regimental level who did not come to the army station; Third, after the family members were assigned to the army or their wives were transferred to the army station, the cadres were transferred to the border defense, islands, and hard areas of the plateau. Difficult cadres. Separation allowances for husband and wife are paid at the standard monthly salary. Both husband and wife are soldiers or their husbands are non-military members.
Child education institution subsidy
The subsidy for children's education institutions is a subsidy for solving the problem of insufficient funding for kindergartens and children's schools organized by various units of the military, in addition to charging parents. The child education institution subsidy is divided into two parts. One part is used for the salary and subsidy of the kindergarten, children's school with actual teaching staff, temporary workers, and staff to be resettled. This is part of the personal expenditure. . The other part is used for the purchase of teaching equipment, toys, office supplies, books, cultural and sports equipment, living appliances and training of teachers, as well as relatives' travel expenses, travel expenses, etc., which are part of public funds. Salary and subsidy funds shall be allocated by the headquarters to the actual number of faculty and staff within the quota set by the major units. At the beginning of the year, they shall be allocated to the major units through logistical supply channels, and cadres and financial departments shall propose distribution opinions, which shall be allocated down by level and shall not be retained. The public funds will be subsidized by the headquarters according to the number of cadres and employees of the major units in the park, and the number of children; the major units may leave 15% for mobility; the rest are allocated by the cadres and finance departments based on the number of children in the park and school. Parks and schools, or kindergartens, children's schools, use it as a contract.
Childcare education grant
The childcare education subsidy was established in August 1990 to solve the problem that children of military cadres cannot be assigned to their own kindergartens due to special circumstances. Childcare education subsidies are paid to military officers, civilian cadres, unaccompanied children in kindergartens or children under the age of 6 who are not in the army. However, it is not issued for children born in violation of family planning.
One Child Parent Reward Fee
The one-child parent incentive fee is an incentive implemented to implement the state's guidelines and policies on family planning. It was established in July 1979. Provision is made for couples of child-bearing age who currently have one child to be rewarded once if they have only one child for life; a certain amount of health care costs will be paid monthly with salary, starting from the month when they receive the one-child certificate, and to children 14 Up to the age of one year; deduction or deduction if there is a superb birth.
Retired cadre honor
Retired cadres honorary funds were established in July 1988 in accordance with the provisions of the Central Military Commission on granting merit honours to military retired cadres, approved by the Second Session of the Standing Committee of the Seventh National People's Congress. Those who have won the first-class Red Star Merit Medal, the second-class Red Star Meritorious Medal, the Independent Merit Medal, and the Victory Merit Medal will be awarded a monthly honour fund according to different standards, which will be distributed with the retired cadre's salary.