2015 Weihai Technician College Final Account
- Categories:Balance of payments
- Time of issue:2016-12-01 13:50
2015 Weihai Technician College Final Account
- Categories:Balance of payments
- Time of issue:2016-12-01 13:50
First, the main functions of Weihai Technician College
It is a high-level technical college that trains technicians and senior workers as the main goal, and at the same time undertakes the high-skilled personnel of the employees and the teacher training tasks of various vocational education and training institutions.
Second, the college composition
Weihai Technician College has 17 functional departments, namely Electromechanical Department, Vehicle and Vessel Department, Service Department, Higher Vocational Department, Moral Education Department, Training Department, Cooperative School, Social Training Department, Office, Political Work Office, Academic Affairs Office, Student Office, New Professional Development Office, Admissions Office, Supervisory Office, General Affairs Office, Security Department.
the second part
2015 department final statement
the third part
2015 departmental accounts and important matters
I. Explanation of the department's final accounts in 2015
(1) The overall situation of the income and expenditure final accounts
In 2015, the total income was 280.69 million yuan (including the annual income of 28.069 million yuan), including: financial allocation income of 25.709 million yuan and business income of 2.36 million yuan.
In 2015, the total expenditure was 280.69 million yuan (including the annual expenditure of 28.069 million yuan), including:
The expenditure on education was 27.78 million yuan, social security and employment expenditure was 0.1 million yuan, other expenses were 360,000 yuan, and the year-end turnover and balance were 0 million yuan.
(II) The overall situation of the financial appropriation income and expenditure
The total amount of financial appropriations in 2015 was 25.709 million yuan, including: the total financial income of this year was 25.709 million yuan, of which the general public budget financial allocation was 25.349 million yuan, the government fund budget financial allocation was 360,000 yuan; the initial financial allocations and balances 0 million yuan, of which the general public budget financial allocation of 0 million yuan, the government fund budget financial allocation of 0 million yuan.
In 2015, the total amount of financial appropriations was calculated to be 25.709 million yuan. The specific expenses are as follows:
1. Education expenditure is 25.349 million yuan, mainly used for wage and welfare expenditures of 14.22 million yuan, goods and services expenditure of 987,000 yuan, personal and family allowances of 1.538 million yuan, and project expenditures of 8.802 million yuan (mainly used for classroom apartment building workshop maintenance, Student internship, provincial demonstration group project, etc.).
2. Government funds spend 360,000 yuan.
3. Year-end carry-over and balance of RMB 10,000.
(3) Final accounts of the general public budget financial appropriation expenditure
In 2015, the general public budget financial appropriation expenditure was 25.349 million yuan, an increase of 4.61 million yuan over the budget at the beginning of the year, mainly due to the increase in wage and welfare expenses.
(4) The final budget of the general public budget financial allocation
In 2015, the basic expenditure of the general public budget financial appropriation was 16.747 million yuan, including personnel and public funds. The specific expenses are as follows:
The personnel expenses are 15.76 million yuan, including: basic salary, subsidy subsidy, bonus, social security payment, food subsidy, performance salary, other wage and welfare expenses, retired expenses, retirement expenses, pension, living allowance, medical expenses, bursary, Reward, housing provident fund, other subsidies for individuals and families, etc.
Public funds of 987,000 yuan, mainly including: office fees, printing fees, consulting fees, handling fees, water fees, electricity, postal and telecommunications, heating, property management fees, travel expenses, foreign travel (land) fees, maintenance (protection) Fees, rental fees, conference fees, training fees, official reception fees, special materials fees, labor costs, commissioned business fees, union funds, welfare fees, official vehicle operation and maintenance fees, other transportation expenses, other goods and services.
(V) The final budget of the government funds fund budgetary financial income
In 2015, the government funded financial allocation was carried forward and the balance was RMB 10,000 at the beginning of the year; the current income was RMB 360,000; the current expenditure was RMB 360,000, an increase (or decrease) of RMB 10,000 compared with the budget at the beginning of the year.
Second, the important matters are explained
(1) Explanation of the expenditure of the operating expenses of the organs
Weihai Technician College is a non-referential civil servant law management institution with no operating funds.
(II) Description of government procurement expenditures
In 2015, the government procurement amount of this department was 4.99 million yuan, of which: the government purchased goods amounted to 3.57 million yuan, the government procurement project amounted to 1.42 million yuan, and the government procurement service amount was 0 million yuan. The contractual value granted to small and medium-sized enterprises was 3.83 million yuan, accounting for 77% of the total government procurement expenditure. Among them, the contract amount granted to small and micro enterprises was 0,000 yuan, accounting for 0% of the total government procurement expenditure.
(3) Description of the occupation of state-owned assets.
As of December 31, 2015, there were 2 vehicles in the department, including 1 leading cadre vehicle, 1 general official vehicle, and 0 large units with a unit value of over 2 million yuan.
(4) The expenditure of the “three public” funds for the general public budget
1. The “three public” expenditures and the reasons for the increase and decrease
In 2015, Weihai Technician College's general public budget financial allocation "three public" funds accounted for 295,000 yuan, of which: due to the public (state) fee of 0 million yuan, official car purchase and operation and maintenance costs of 200,000 yuan, official reception fee of 9.5 Ten thousand yuan.
In 2015, the “three public” funds were reduced by 0.5 million yuan compared with the initial budget. Among them, the official vehicle purchase and operation fees were flat in 2015, and the official reception fee was reduced by 0.5 million yuan.
2. Description of the relevant expenses of the “Three Publics”
The expenses for going abroad (in the country) refer to the travel expenses, food allowances, miscellaneous fees, training fees, etc. of the staff members of the unit. In 2015, the use of financial allocation arrangements 0 units, a total of 0 overseas (boundary) groups, 0 people.
Official vehicle purchase and operation and maintenance fees refer to the unit official vehicle purchase fee (including vehicle purchase tax) and rental expenses, fuel costs, maintenance fees, bridge fees, insurance fees and other expenses. Among them: the official vehicle purchase fee is 0 million yuan. In 2015, Weihai Technician College used the financial allocation to purchase 0 official vehicles; the official vehicle operation and maintenance fee was 200,000 yuan. Mainly used for fuel, maintenance, insurance, etc.
In 2015, the official reception was all domestic official reception, mainly used for student identification examinations. A total of 9 batches were received and 123 people were 9 times (33 of them were 3 days, 40 were 4 days, 20 were 15 days, 16 were 6 days, 14 1 time).
the fourth part
I. Financial appropriation income: refers to the departmental income formed by provincial financial allocation. According to the unified regulations and requirements of the Ministry of Finance, the financial allocations reflected in the final accounts of the provincial departments include general public budget allocations and government fund budget allocations.
2. Income from superior subsidies: refers to the non-financial subsidy income obtained by the institution from the competent department and the superior unit.
3. Business income: refers to the income earned by the public institutions in carrying out professional business activities and their auxiliary activities. Including the education fees actually collected by the financial special accounts received by the public institutions.
4. Operating income: refers to the income from the non-independent accounting activities of the public institutions in addition to professional business activities and their supporting activities.
V. Revenue paid by affiliated units: refers to the income paid by the independent accounting unit affiliated to the institution in accordance with relevant regulations.
6. Other income: refers to the income earned by the unit in addition to the above-mentioned “financial appropriation income”, “superior subsidy income”, “business income”, “operating income”, and “subsidiary unit's paid-off income”.
7. Using the business fund to make up the balance of income and expenditure: refers to the “financial appropriation income”, “financial appropriation carryover and balance fund”, “business income”, “business unit operating income” and “other income” of the institution in the current year. If it is not enough to arrange the expenditure for the current year, use the funds accumulated in the previous year (funds that are deducted from the state's regulations in the current year and used to make up the difference between the income and expenditure in the future) to make up for the current income and expenditure gap.
8. Turnover and balance at the beginning of the year: refers to the funds that have not been completed in the previous year, carried over to the funds that are still used according to the original prescribed purposes in the current year, or the surplus funds generated after the completion of the project.
9. Balance distribution: refers to the business fund and employee welfare fund allocated by the public institution from the non-financial subsidy balance in accordance with the provisions of the “Accounting System for Institutions”.
10. Year-end carry-over and balance: refers to the funds that the unit will carry over to the next year in accordance with relevant regulations, or the surplus funds generated after the completion of the project.
XI. Basic Expenditure: refers to the expenditures incurred by the unit to ensure the normal operation of its institutions and to complete daily tasks.
XII. Project expenditure: refers to the expenditure incurred by the unit in addition to the basic expenditure for the completion of specific work tasks or career development goals.
XIII. Operating Expenditure: refers to the expenses incurred by the public institution in carrying out non-independent accounting operations outside the professional business activities and their supporting activities.
XIV. “Three Public” Funds: refers to the expenses for public transportation (going), official vehicle purchase and operation fees, and official reception fees arranged by the provincial departments with financial allocations. Among them, the expenses for traveling abroad (the territory) reflect the travel expenses, food subsidies, miscellaneous fees, training fees, etc. of the official business abroad (the territory); the official vehicle purchase and operation fees reflect the unit official vehicle purchase fee (including vehicle purchase tax) And the rental fee, fuel fee, maintenance fee, crossing bridge fee, insurance fee and other expenses; the official reception fee reflects the expenditure of various official receptions (including foreign guests) according to the prescribed expenses.
XV. Funds for operating the operation: refers to the daily public expenditure of the basic expenses of the administrative unit and the public institutions managed by the civil service law using the general public budget financial allocation. Mainly include: office fee, printing fee, consulting fee, handling fee, water fee, electricity fee, postal electricity fee, heating fee, property management fee, travel expenses, business (state) fee, maintenance (protection) fee, rental fee, meeting Fees, training fees, official reception fees, special materials fees, labor costs, entrusted business fees, labor union funds, welfare fees, official vehicle operation and maintenance fees, other transportation expenses, other goods and services, etc.
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