Outlays


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Outlays

Payments on obligations in the form of cash, checks, the issuance of bonds or notes, or the maturing of interest coupons.

Outlays

Payments made in cash or cash equivalents. Common examples of outlays include employee salaries and coupon payments on bonds. Revenue outlays are those made currently or those that will be made within a year, while capital outlays are those made for periods longer than one year. Outlays are recorded as liabilities on a balance sheet and are also called expenditures.
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The summary output for a regression model in Excel yields a great amount of statistical information, and within that, it's Intuitively, one would think there would be a descending strength of correlation from net outlays to the independent variables since each phase of the PPBE builds upon the one that precedes it.
All constant outlay curves for two factors have the shape of a straight line.
One of the most interesting (though not surprising) findings of our analysis is that, while tight budgets are constraining regulatory spending at many federal agencies, those that are at least partially funded by fees on the entities they regulate are able to support substantial increases in regulatory outlays and staffing.
On a per capita basis, state and local outlays as a proportion of GDP fell from 16.8 percent to about 15.5 percent if we ignore the sharp increase in federal and state transfers characterizing the 2009-10 period.
The difference between government revenues and outlays in a fiscal year equals the budget deficit or surplus.
That was as outlays on state and local government projects dropped 1.6 percent to the lowest level since November 2006.
For each $1 million in outlays for office building operations, 24.4 jobs were supported nationwide with the result that $40.8 billion in annual operating outlays supported a total of 994,728 jobs across all sectors of the national economy in 2009.
Outlays in the health and medical treatment category spiked 1.7 percent as consumer wariness over a new influenza strain induced greater purchases of gargles, mouthwash and masks.
SDP lawmaker Kondo demanded investigations by an independent body to ensure fairness but Ishiba was reluctant to accept such a demand, saying, ''Given the requital outlay budget is used to gather intelligence, it would be impossible to disclose everything.''
Eric Pfeiffer's "The Budget-Cutters Who Couldn't Stop Spending" (page 38) explores in excruciating, frustrating detail the failure of the Republican Study Committee--the largest COP coalition in Congress, one explicitly dedicated to cutting outlays and reducing government--to rein in the party's big spenders.
Japan's 10 major electric power companies have set aside a total of 1,713.4 billion yen for capital outlays in fiscal 2006, up 11.4 percent from actual spending in fiscal 2005, according to their power supply plans made available by Thursday.
Defense and health outlays have been in the forefront, and few observers expect spending in these areas to slow, let alone decline.