revenue expenditure


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revenue expenditure

expenditure that is written off completely in the PROFIT-AND-LOSS ACCOUNT in the ACCOUNTING PERIOD to which it relates. Contrast CAPITAL EXPENDITURE.
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Usually, expenditure that does not result in the creation of assets, and grants given to state governments and other parties are revenue expenditures.
The coefficients of all the variables in the revenue expenditure equation are consistent with prior expectations and (except the seasonal dummies) are statistically significant.
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The current revenue expenditure of Health including medical education has been significantly increased by 13.
This resulted in understatement of revenue expenditure and overstatement of revenue surplus to the tune of ` 1,633.
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The finances of the state are particularly under pressure due to higher committed revenue expenditure consequent on rising interest costs and implementation of the Sixth Pay Commission.
Grants to Welsh local authorities increased by only two thirds, by less than the doubling of their revenue expenditure, over the same period.
Let's work it out - a noble Lord (with 208 staff), 60 current AMs plus another 20, 3,200 support staff plus another 1,056, and annual revenue expenditure pounds 171m plus another pounds 56m, increasing well above the rate of inflation year on year.
The gross outlay is the sum total of revenue expenditure, Public Sector Development Programme (PSDP) and capital expenditure.
In particular, the Government of India's (GoI's) non-interest revenue expenditure growth slid sharply to 0.