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Computation of a Partial Mess Bill for a New Member being Permanently Assigned - 14164_73
from the sum of the opening inventory and the total receipts during the month; for example: Opening inventory value  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$50.00 Plus value of receipts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . +410.00 Total   . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 460.00 Minus value of closing inventory . . . . . . . . . . .-40.00 Value of provisions consumed . . . . . . . . . . . .420.00 COMPARISON Multiply  the  value  of  provisions  consumed  by  the enlisted personnel meal percentage and compare the product  with  the  value  of  the  total  commuted  rations. The amount payable to the mess is the lesser of the two amounts; for example: Provisions  consumed  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$420.00 Enlisted personnel meal percentage . . . . . . . . . . . x33.9% 1. Cost of provisions for enlisted personnel ...$142.38 2. Enlisted total commuted rations value . . . . $214.42 Thus, the lesser amount of 1 and 2 is ($142.38 in this case) paid to the mess treasurer by the disbursing officer. COMPUTATION OF A PARTIAL MESS BILL FOR A NEW MEMBER BEING PERMANENTLY ASSIGNED Members are charged for the day they report aboard unless reporting after 1800. Multiply the actual number of inclusive days for which a mess bill is payable (all days of the month that the member is aboard including the 31st day, when applicable) by the month’s mess bill, then divide by the actual number of days in the month and round off to the nearest cent; for example: Member reports for duty at 0900 12 August. Mess bill for August is $45.00. Inclusive dates chargeable: 12-31 August (20 days). 20 x $45.00 = $900.00. = $29.03 (charge due plus September’s mess share). MESS BILL REBATE FOR MEMBER BEING  PERMANETLY  DETACHED Members are not charged for the day unless  they  depart  after  1800;  for  example: they  depart Member being detached at 1200 22 April. Mess bill for April is $42.00, which the member paid on 3/30. Inclusive  dates  not  chargeable:  22-30  April  (9 days). 9 x $42.00 = $378.00. $378.00 $378.00 30 = $12.60 (rebate due) To  summarize  rebate  rules  from  previous paragraphs, there is no charge for the day of departure if the member leaves before 1800 and no charge for the day a member arrives if he or she arrives after 1800. Otherwise  either  day  is  charged. MESS BILL REBATE FOR MEMBER ON TAD Compute the actual mess bill rebate by determining the inclusive number of days the member is not eating in the mess; for example: Member goes on TAD at 0800 on 5 February to 1630 on 9 February. Mess bill for February is $47.00, which member paid on 1/30. Inclusive   dates   not   chargeable:   5   through   8 February  (4  days). 4 x $47.00 = $188.00. $188.00 28 = $6.714 = $6.71 (rebate due). No mess share rebate is given for 9 February since the member has returned to the mess before the the evening meal (1800). MESS BILL REBATE FOR MEMBER ON LEAVE time of The day of departure on leave is counted as a day of duty. However, for mess purposes this day is the first day of absence if the member does not eat any meals in the mess on that day. If a member returns before 1800, the day before the day of return is the last day of the 3-16

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