Terms used in official statistics

View QR Code A A A save as pdf print

The state budget


Definition:
The state budget constitutes a part of budgetary act and determines: 1) the total amount of projected tax revenues and non-tax revenues of state budget; 2) the total amount of planned budget expenditure; 3) the amount of the planned state budget deficit together with the sources of its coverage; 4) the total amount of projected revenues of the European Funds Budget; 5) total amount of planned budget expenditures of the European Funds Budget; 6) the financial result of the European Funds Budget; 7) the total amount of planned income of the state budget; 8) the total amount of planned expenditures of the state budget; 9) the planned balance of revenues and expenditures of the state budget; 10) limit for liabilities incurred on loans and securities issued The state budget consists of two parts corresponding to the public authorities, state control, the courts, tribunals and other bodies of government administration listed in Art. Paragraph 139. 2, but for the offices supervised by the Prime Minister a separate part of the budget shall be established respectively.

Source:
  • Act of 27 August 2009 on the Public Finance
    Place of publication: (Dz. U. z 2021 r. poz. 305, z późn. zm.)

Contact person on methodology:
Sławomir Dziejowski
e-mail:
up

Newsletter