Changes in the allocation of subsidies concern more than half of Ukrainian families. People are rushing about in search of way out: how to keep the subsidy? Someone is trying to unregister the family members who is working abroad, someone, and many of them, is filing for divorce. This applies to a husband and wife, registered at different addresses.
According to Tatyana Miroshnichenko, the head of the department for receiving citizens of the Social Services office of Konstantinovska, now, wherever a legitimate husband is registered, his income will be counted when allocating a subsidy at the place of registration of his wife and children. But that's not all.
At the place of registration of a husband, the incomes of a wife and minor children (if they receive a scholarship) will also be counted. So it turns out that the incomes of both spouses will be taken into account twice. For example, a wife and son are registered at the same address. Before calculating the subsidy, the wife's salary and the son's scholarship were counted.
And the incomes of a husband registered with his mother were taken into account when allocating a subsidy to their address. Now the husband's income will be taken into account when allocating a subsidy to his wife. And when the husband's mother applies to the subsidy, then in addition to her pension and the son's salary, the salary of the daughter-in-law and the grandson's scholarship will be taken into account.