The first pulse in the grant program for every citizen was implemented this morning (Sunday) when one million bank accounts were credited in various amounts depending on the number of children under the age of 18 in the family.
According to the plan, which was changed at the last minute following the insistence of the chairman of the Finance Committee, Moshe Gafni, the grants that will be transferred today will be according to this key: NIS 500 for each child up to the fourth child and NIS 300 for each child from the fifth child and unlimited. For children under 18 years of age.
For example, a family with 3 children under the age of 18 will today receive NIS 1,500 (NIS 500 for each child), and in a few days another NIS 1,500 will be deposited in its bank account for the parents (NIS 750 for each parent).
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In the next installment of the grant, which will take place in a few days, the increased grants will be paid to those who are entitled to the pension. According to the plan, those who regularly receive an allowance from the National Insurance Institute will receive an increased grant of another 750 shekels.
It is worth noting that the grants will be paid only to those whose bank account is updated in the Social Security. The organization asks those whose bank account is not in their hands to call and update the bank’s details, thus enabling the deposit of the funds. Anyone who in any case does not wish to transfer his bank details to the National Insurance Institute will be able to go to one of the post offices, present an identity card and receive the grant in cash.
Meir Spiegler, the director general of the National Insurance Institute, commented on the distribution of funds last Friday and said: “A project the size of a grant for every citizen has never been in our districts. “The money will be transferred to those entitled to beats until the last citizen receives the grant he deserves.”
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