Balance of the on-budget entities

Borrowings are considered as revenue, and credits as expenditure in the Budget and in the budget accounting used to monitor its implementation. Deferrable appropriations that are not used during the budget year and that can be used in the following budget year are considered as expenditure in the financial statements based on budget accounting. Revenue and expenditure are not allocated as income and expenses.

The report is divided into three tables: 1) total revenue without net borrowing, 2) total expenditure from which central government debt has not been deducted, and 3) surplus/deficit (difference between 1) and 2)). The report is presented with an accuracy of one million euros.

The first column shows the revenue budgeted in the budget year in euros, which comprises the Budget for the first months of the year and any supplementary budgets included in the reporting month. The second and third columns show the accumulation for the reporting month from the start of the year, compared with the same period a year before. The next columns show the 12-month moving total (accumulation year on year) and the difference between those years in euros and in percentage terms.

 

The chart presenting the revenue and expenditure of  the on-budget entities shows the 12-month moving totals for revenue and expenditure for five years (EUR billion).  You can examine the data with an accuracy of one euro by moving the cursor on the chart.

 

The chart presenting the surplus/deficit of the on-budget entities shows the 12-month moving total and linear trend for five years (EUR billion). You can examine the data with an accuracy of one euro by moving the cursor on the chart.