Funds of the Federal Compulsory Medical Insurance Fund

+3) funds of the Social Insurance Fund of the Russian Federation

4) funds from the budgets of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation

5) funds of the Pension Fund of the Russian Federation

242. The competence of the Pension Fund of the Russian Federation does not include:

+1) organization of work to recover from the perpetrators, the amounts of state pensions

2) organization of a data bank for all categories of payers of insurance premiums

3) registration of single social tax payers

4) financing the costs of pension provision of citizens

5) exercising control over the activities of non-state pension funds

243. Types of expenses incurred from the Social Insurance Fund of the Russian Federation:

+ 1) temporary disability benefits

+2) payment of maternity capital

3) personalized accounting of individuals

4) the cost of paying for services for the delivery of pensions and benefits

5) paying for expensive drugs

244. Income of territorial funds of obligatory medical insurance :

+1) insurance premiums of enterprises

2) tax deductions of enterprises

3) credit resources

4) proceeds from the sale of medical services

+5) funds of state targeted programs

245. State social non-budgetary funds are created for:

+1) implementation of social state guarantees to citizens of the Russian Federation

2) within the framework of the implementation of the tasks of the Ministry of Social Development

3) support for the development of sectors of the national economy

4) support for the demographic policy of the state

5) meeting the needs of the non-material sphere

246. The pension fund is an off-budget fund:

+1) social

2) economic

3) reserve

4) political

5) regional

247. Funds of the social insurance fund (FSS) are directed to:

+1) issuance of certificates for receiving maternity (family) capital;

2) implementation of the program of state co-financing of pensions.

+3) providing disabled people with technical means of rehabilitation and prostheses

4) conclusion of insurance contracts between employers and insurance companies

+5) payment by the reception of insured citizens in medical institutions

248. Cash and other property under the operational management of the Social Insurance Fund and the Compulsory Medical Insurance Fund

+1) are state property

2) are included in the budgets of the corresponding levels

3) are part of other funds

4) are the property of the founders

5) are the property of these funds

249. The Territorial Compulsory Medical Insurance Fund (TFOMS) receives contributions in the amount of:

1) 3.4% of payroll

2) 2.9% of payroll

3) 3.1% of the minimum wage

+4) 2.0% of payroll

5) 5.1% of the minimum wage

250. The Federal Compulsory Medical Insurance Fund (FFOMS) receives contributions in the amount of

1) 3.4% of the minimum wage

2) 2.9% of payroll

+3) 3.1% of payroll

4) 2.0% of payroll

5) 5.1% of the minimum wage

251. Contributions for pension insurance are deducted by business entities in the amount of:

1) 34% of the minimum wage

2) 29% of payroll

+3) 26% of payroll

4) 20% of payroll

5) 13% of the minimum wage

252. The Social Insurance Fund (FSS) receives contributions in the amount of

1) 3.4% of the minimum wage

+2) 2.9% of payroll

3) 3.1% of payroll

4) 2.0% of payroll

5) 5.1% of the minimum wage

253. The state (Government of the Russian Federation) determines the rate of contributions for compulsory social insurance paid by employers and citizens

+1) annually

2) 1 time in 5 years

3) in connection with changes in indicators of the socio-economic development of the state

4) as changes are made to social legislative acts

5) in the event of a budget deficit of the off-budget fund

254. Payment of contributions to the Pension Fund for employers and citizens is made

+1) monthly

2) annually

3) quarterly

4) as wages are paid to employees

5) as income is received

255. The method of recovering the initial or replacement cost of fixed assets and intangible assets for reporting periods over the entire useful life is … DEPRECIATION

256. Assets serving for several production cycles and transferring their value to the cost of finished products gradually are … Fixed assets (funds)

257. The source of financial resources when creating a commercial organization is:

1) authorized capital;

2) income from the sale of property;

3) non-operating income;

+4) proceeds from the sale of products.

5) reserve capital

258. The source of formation of the fixed and working capital of an enterprise, as well as the guarantor of the interests of creditors, is:

1) retained earnings

2) loans and credits

3) additional capital

+4) reserve capital

5) funds and reserves

259. The attracted sources of financial resources of the enterprise include:

1) budget loans

2) additional capital

3) depreciation

4) accounts payable

+5) insurance claims

260. Property capable of generating income in the process of its use is … capital

261. A financial document that summarizes the property and liabilities of an enterprise is

1) Statement of financial results

+2) Balance

3) Financial plan

4) Certificate of debt

5) List of debtors and creditors of the enterprise

262. The totality of all economic values of an enterprise is:

1) Cash

+2) Assets

3) Working capital

4) Fixed assets

5) Non-current assets

263. The priority form of financial support for reproduction costs is:

+1) Self-financed

2) Lending

3) Government funding

4) Insurance through the creation of financial reserves

5) leasing

264. The difference between the financial resources of enterprises and their cash:

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