From July 1, the base salary will increase from 1.49 million VND/month to 1.8 million VND/month.
The Ministry of Finance is collecting comments on the draft Circular guiding the determination of the needs and sources of adjustment of the base salary for cadres, civil servants and public employees in 2023.
According to Resolution 69 approved by the XV National Assembly, the 4th session of the National Assembly on November 11, 2022 on the State budget estimate for 2023, from July 1, the base salary will increase from 1 ,49 million VND/month to 1.8 million VND/month.
In order to have the source to implement the above-mentioned increase in the base salary, the Ministry of Finance proposes the funding sources of the ministries and central agencies, including: Sources of wage reform that have not been used up until the end of 2022 and will be carried forward to next year. 2023 (if any). Ministries and agencies are also allowed to use at least 40% of the retained earnings under the 2023 regime. Particularly for revenues from the provision of medical examination and treatment services, preventive medicine and medical services. Other health facilities of public health facilities use at least 35%.
|From July 1, the base salary will increase to 1.8 million VND/month. Photo: HOANG GIANG|
At the same time, using the savings of 10% of recurrent expenditures (excluding wages, salary-based allowances, wages and human expenses according to the regime) the estimate in 2023 will increase further. compared with the 2022 estimate assigned by the competent authority.
As for the provinces and centrally-run cities, the funding sources for adjusting the base salary and the allowance for commune cadres who have quit their jobs of the provinces and centrally-run cities include:
Using the savings of 10% of recurrent expenditures (excluding wages, salary-based allowances, wages and human expenses according to the regime) estimated in 2023 already approved by competent authorities the right to assign,
Using the source of 70% to increase local budget revenue in 2022, compared with the estimate assigned by the Prime Minister (excluding the increase in revenue from the following revenues: collection of land use fees; lottery; collection of one-one land rentals) times to be advanced by investors for compensation, site clearance and collection from handling public property at agencies, organizations or units decided by competent authorities to use for investment expenditures according to regulations; collection of money for the protection and development of rice-growing land; fees for visiting monuments and world heritage sites; fees for the use of infrastructure works, service works and public utilities in the border-gate areas; fees environmental protection for mineral exploitation; collection from the public land fund, collection of yields and public property in communes and collection of rent, lease purchase and sale of state-owned houses).
Use funds for implementation of wage reform in 2022 that have not been used up (if any).
At the same time, localities will use at least 40% of the proceeds left under the 2023 regime; separately, the revenue from the provision of medical examination and treatment services, preventive medicine and other medical services by public medical establishments shall use at least 35%.