The chamber said the Russians used the prisoner
MOSCOW, may 11 — RIA Novosti. Russian citizens, based on statistics for the first quarter of 2017, began to more actively use the funds of the parent capital, according to the audit chamber (SP) of the Russian Federation.
“Compared with the same period of 2016 7.6% increase in the cost of providing maternal (family) capital and built 65,58 billion rubles, or 19.9% of the approved budget allocations,” — said in an operational report to the controlling Agency about the implementation of the budget of the Russian Federation in January-March 2017.
“The increase in costs associated with the increase in the number of families with children, ordered these funds in January-March 2017, by 22.47 thousands of families, or 14.6% compared to the same period in 2016”, — auditors noted.
All the funds of the parent capital on 1 April 2017, according to the joint venture, ordered the 4.8 million families, or 61,6% of the families that received the certificate.
Maternity capital is a measure of the support of families in Russia who gave birth or adopted the second or subsequent children it was introduced in 2007. Means the camera can be directed to the improvement of living conditions, the child’s education, pension to the mother or the equipment for a disabled child.
Currently, the size of the parent capital is 453 026 rubles.
The Russian authorities have decided not to index the amount of the parent capital from 2017. Previously, he was indexed by analogy with other social benefits.
Payment of maternity capital are made at the expense of means of the Pension Fund of Russia (PFR). According to the chamber, the total volume of the PFR budget deficit for January-March amounted to 47,13 billion. The Fund’s revenue increased by 1.4% compared to the same period last year and amounted to 2.12 trillion roubles, or 25.3% of the projected total revenue in 2017.
More than half of the Fund’s income 51.8 per cent accounted for transfers from the Federal budget for three months they amounted to 1.13 trillion rubles. Of receipts of insurance contributions to the pension Fund budget increased by 3.5% and amounted to 919,4 billion. From 2017, the administration of these contributions transferred to FNS. Expenditures of the Fund totaled 2.16 trillion rubles, most of them 81.1% of was on pensions. Compared to the same period in 2016, these costs increased by 22%, as in February, seniors received a one-time payment of 5 thousand rubles as compensation for deindexation pensions last year.