Budget’s expenditures of local-government units
From Encyklopedia Administracji Publicznej
BUDGET’S EXPENDITURES OF LOCAL-GOVERNMENT UNITS – expenses of public funds of local-government units intended for repayment of received loans and credits, redemption of securities, loans granted and other financial operations related to public debt and liquidity management. The sources of b.e. are mainly budget revenues. The economic criterion for distinguishing the e. is the source of their financing (i.e. revenues, not income) and in the case of granted repayable loans, their character. B.e. are closely related to the category of debt of local-government units, they are intended primarily for the repayment of debt and other financial operations related to debt management. The sum of budget expenses and expenditures constitutes the public expenses. The permissible amount of b.e. of the local-government units and their plan are included in the budget resolution, which defines their impassable limit for the financial year. Local-government units plan b.e. also in the long-term perspective in the → Long-term Financial Forecast (→ budget’s revenue of local-government units) [ T. Strąk ].
Literature: S. Owsiak, Finanse publiczne. Współczesne ujęcie [Public finances. Contemporary perspective], Warszawa 2017 ■ System prawa finansowego [The system of public finances], vol. II, Prawo finansowe sektora finansów publicznych [Financial law of the public finance sector], ed. E. Ruśkowski, Warszawa 2010.