Jakarta, CNBC Indonesia – Ministry of Finance (MoF) confirm disbursement of 13th salary for state civil servants (ASN) or civil servants (PNS) started on Monday (10/8/2020). This was conveyed by the Director General of Treasury, Ministry of Finance Andin Hadiyanto to CNBC Indonesia, Saturday (7/8/2020).
According to Andin, the Ministry of Finance has completed the Regulation of the Minister of Finance (PMK) as a derivative rule of Government Regulation Number 44 of 2020 concerning the Provision of Salaries, Pension, Allowances, or Thirteenth Income in 2020 to Civil Servants, Soldiers of the Indonesian National Army, Members of the Republican National Police. Indonesia, Civil Servants, and Recipients of Pension or Benefits.
“PMK has been completed and Monday was disbursed,” said Andin.
Unlike previous years, this year civil servants who are entitled to the 13th salary are only echelon III offices and below. This means that state officials, such as the Minister of Finance Sri Mulyani and other officials, as well as echelon I and II officials and one level do not get.
In addition, the disbursement of the salaries of the 13 civil servants this year did not include performance allowances or tukin. The Ministry of Finance stated that the 13th salary component this year was the same as the disbursement of the Hari Raya Allowance (THR) last May.
The Ministry of Finance allocates a budget for the 13th 2020 salary of IDR 28.5 trillion. The total budget of Rp. 28.5 trillion consists of Rp. 14.6 trillion which will be given to central civil servants including the TNI, Polri and retirees through the State Revenue and Expenditure Budget (APBN).
Meanwhile, Rp. 13.89 trillion is earmarked for regional civil servants through the Regional Revenue and Expenditure Budget (APBD).
So how much is the salary of civil servants for groups I to IV and how much salary calculation from the lowest to the highest is adjusted to the working time, from one year to 27 years?
Here are the details
Group I (elementary and junior high school graduates)
– His class: IDR 1,560,800 – IDR 2,335,800
– Class Ib: IDR 1,704,500 – IDR 2,472,900
– Class Ic: IDR 1,776,600 – IDR 2,577,500
– Group Id: IDR 1,851,800 – IDR 2,686,500
Group II (high school graduates and D3)
– Group IIa: Rp. 2,022,200 – Rp. 3,373,600
– Group IIb: IDR 2,208,400 – IDR 3,516,300
– Group IIc: IDR 2,301,800 – IDR 3,665,000
– Group IId: Rp. 2,399,200 – Rp. 3,820,000
Class III (S1 to S3 graduates)
– Group IIIa: IDR 2,579,400 – IDR 4,236,400
– Group IIIb: IDR 2,688,500 – IDR 4,415,600
– Group IIIc: IDR 2,802,300 – IDR 4,602,400
– Group IIId: IDR 2,920,800 – IDR 4,797,000
– Group IVa: IDR 3,044,300 – IDR 5,000,000
– Group IVb: IDR 3,173,100 – IDR 5,211,500
– Category IVc: IDR 3,307,300 – IDR 5,431,900
– Group IVd: IDR 3,447,200 – IDR 5,661,700
– Group IVe: IDR 3,593,100 – IDR 5,901,200
As for the inherent civil servant benefits, namely child support and husband or wife allowances. Civil servants who already have a husband or wife get an allowance of 5% of their basic salary.
Then, the child allowance is set at 2% of the basic salary per child with a maximum of three children. Meanwhile, the amount of the job allowance depends on the position held by a civil servant.
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