Assignment is called the act and the consequence of assigning, a verb that refers to grant, establish or indicate something that corresponds. The idea of allocation is used to mention salary and other types of remuneration or payments.
According to DigoPaul, family, on the other hand, is that linked to the family: the set of individuals who maintain some kind of relationship or who share a certain condition.
The family allowances, in this context, are amounts that are paid periodically or one time to one who has the obligation and responsibility to take charges related to the family. The concept is used in Argentina regarding financial aid provided by the State through the National Social Security Administration (ANSES).
This body pays its beneficiaries so that they can assume their family responsibilities: the maintenance of children who are under 18 years of age or of children with some type of disability (in this case, there are no age limits). Family allowance is also paid upon adoption or birth or upon marriage.
In this way, family allowances can be paid monthly (as assistance when there is a disabled child in the family, for example) or when the event that generates it (such as a marriage) takes place.
The family allowance paid by ANSES is intended for workers who receive a salary below the established maximum; pensioners and retirees; and to the beneficiaries of the assistance given to the unemployed.
This concept also exists in Chile, and its characteristics are very similar to those of its Argentine equivalent. There it is part of the so-called Family Benefits System, which is also made up of the following three benefits: Maternal Allowance, Maternal Allowance and Family Allowance.
It is important to note that the allocation is intended for those who receive income, who contribute to the provisional system and who can support their families, unlike the help that the government provides through welfare, which focuses on helping deprived citizens to access basic services to guarantee their subsistence. The subsidy, for its part, is given to those who cannot fulfill the three previous points, due to not having a job.
The amount of money corresponding to the subsidy or allocation is delivered to a beneficiary based on the number of individuals belonging to his family who meet the relevant requirements, which are known as accredited or causing family charges.
Therefore, each accredited family burden gives the beneficiary the right to a sum of money, although this is not the same for all workers: it varies according to the salary they receive. Furthermore, if this amount exceeds a certain limit, then they do not have the right to enjoy this benefit, but must apply for others.
Let’s see below the way and the moment in which the different types of beneficiaries receive the payment of the family allowance:
* dependency workers receive it through their employer as part of their salary;
* Freelancers are divided into two groups. On the one hand, there are those who issue honorary tickets, who collect it the year after the declaration of the charges, when they receive the tax refund. Those who quote on their own account, on the other hand, obtain it when making their contributions or contributions;
* pensioners obtain it through the entity that also pays them the pension;
* the unemployment subsidiaries, finally, collect it along with the subsidy.