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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Total expenditure of the social sector includes both revenue and capital expenditure, where capital expenditure makes promotional activity and revenue expenditure is meant for protective and social security measures.
Home Department (including police, jails, rangers and other security agencies) is the second largest department in terms of resource allocation with a share of 14.4% in total current revenue expenditure in FY 2016-17.
But city finance chief Maureen Child said: "The expenses are 0.002 per cent of the total revenue expenditure.
GDRE = government domestic revenue expenditure; and
As per cent of GDP, total central government expenditure fell by 0.3 percentage points in 2018-19 over 2017-18, with 0.4 percentage point's reduction in revenue expenditure and 0.1 percentage point increase in capital expenditure."
Out of the total Revenue Expenditure, Rs.3,48,233 crore is on account of Interest Payments and Rs.2,19,046 crore is on account of Major Subsidies.
The revenue expenditure also includes Rs8 billion allocated for the repayment of loans and advances.
PESHAWAR -- The Finance Minister KP said that Rs 618b expenditure have been divided into current revenue expenditure and annual development program as each carrying Rs438b and Rs180b respectively.
The Centre's revenue expenditure was Rs 18.79 lakh crore, which was 96.6% of the target.
The state's revenue expenditure rose from Rs 55,296 crore in 2016-17 to Rs 71,183 crore in 2017-18 and during the same period, expenditure on salaries, wages, and grand-in-aid has risen from Rs 21,729 crore to Rs 24,938 crore, and on pensions from Rs 8,773 crore to Rs 9,469 crore, he said.
Revenue Expenditure 298,000.000 280,903.768 333,000.000
KARACHI -- The current revenue expenditure of Women Development Department has been increased from Rs 92 million in the current fiscal year to Rs 229.1 million in next financial year.