3.1.14. Main aggregates of General Government (1995–)(19/25)

(current prices, million HUF)

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LABEL STO CHECK General government Central government State government Local government Social security funds
S.13 S.1311 S.1312 S.1313 S.1314
2013
Output P1 1=2+3=7+11+12–13+9+14 6 373 877 4 548 191 1 782 455 43 231
market output and output for own final use P1M 2 141 173 136 619 4 554 0
non-market output P13 3=4+5 6 232 704 4 411 572 1 777 901 43 231
payments for non-market output P131 4 920 490 657 849 262 088 553
non-market output, other P132 5 5 312 214 3 753 723 1 515 813 42 678
Market output, output for own final use and payments for non-market output P1O 6=2+4 1 061 663 794 468 266 642 553
Intermediate consumption P2 7 2 252 108 1 614 393 612 719 24 996
Value added, gross B1G 8=1–7 4 121 769 2 933 798 1 169 736 18 235
Consumption of fixed capital P51C 9 1 075 421 611 656 459 052 4 713
Value added, net B1N 10=8–9 3 046 348 2 322 142 710 684 13 522
Compensation of employees, payable D1 11 3 066 082 2 327 703 724 869 13 510
wages and salaries D11 11a 2 394 848 1 811 266 572 952 10 630
employers' social contributions D12 11b 671 234 516 437 151 917 2 880
Other taxes on production, payable D29 12 17 402 13 077 4 224 101
Other subsidies on production, receivable D39R 13 37 028 18 500 18 439 89
Operating surplus, net B2N 14=10–11–12+13 -108 -138 30 0
Taxes on production and imports, receivable D2 15=16+18 5 629 253 4 897 195 639 612 92 446
Taxes on products, receivable D21 16 5 001 465 4 417 698 500 868 82 899
VAT, receivable D211 17 2 693 555 2 693 555
Other taxes on production, receivable D29 18 627 788 479 497 138 744 9 547
Property income, receivablea D4 19=20+21 232 045 198 875 34 377 8
interest, receivablea D41 20 77 971 55 310 23 868 8
other property income, receivablea D4N 21 154 074 143 565 10 509 0
dividens from corporations D421 21a 54 575 44 066 10 509 0
rents D45 21b 96 400 96 400 0 0
Subsidies, payable D3P 22=23+24 635 089 403 972 76 750 154 367
subsidies on products, payable D31P 23 271 340 194 590 76 750 0
other subsidies on production, payable D39P 24 363 749 209 382 0 154 367
Property income, payablea D4 25=30+31 1 368 755 1 347 296 22 543 131
Of which:
payable to sub-sector Central Government (S.1311)b D4 26 0 0
payable to sub-sector State Government (S.1312)b D4 27
payable to sub-sector Local Government (S.1313)b D4 28 1 215 0
payable to sub-sector Social Security Funds (S.1314)b D4 29 0 0
interest, payablea D41 30 1 368 755 1 347 296 22 543 131
other property income, payablea D4N 31 0 0 0 0
Balance of primary incomes, net B5N 32=14+15+19–22–25 3 857 346 3 344 664 574 726 -62 044
Current taxes on income, wealth etc., receivable D5 33 1 978 897 1 944 022 34 857 18
Net social contributions, receivable D61 34 4 061 836 146 399 1 630 3 913 807
Of which:
employers' actual social contributions D611 35 2 383 945 0 2 383 945
households' actual social contributions D613 36 1 656 222 126 400 1 529 822
Other current transfers, receivablea D7 37 617 361 1 319 604 994 326 1 016 475
Current taxes on income, wealth etc., payable D5 38 3 734 3 269 465 0
Social benefits other than social transfers in kind, payable D62 39 4 453 223 958 615 112 948 3 381 660
Social transfers in kind - purchased market production, payable D632 40 674 094 100 835 19 073 554 186
Social benefits other than social transfers in kind and social transfers in kind - purchased market production, payable D6M 41=39+40 5 127 317 1 059 450 132 021 3 935 846
Other current transfers, payablea D7 42 976 528 2 688 113 130 219 871 240
Of which:
payable to sub-sector Central Government (S.1311)b D7 43 28 611 773 375
payable to sub-sector State Government (S.1312)b D7 44
payable to sub-sector Local Government (S.1313)b D7 45 837 410 80 127
payable to sub-sector Social Security Funds (S.1314)b D7 46 993 441 80
Disposable income, net B6N 47=32+33+34+37–38–39–42 5 081 955 3 104 692 1 361 907 615 356
Final consumption expenditure P3 48=49+50=5+40 5 986 308 3 854 558 1 534 886 596 864
individual consumption expenditure P31 49 2 962 214 1 672 308 735 720 554 186
collective consumption expenditure P32 50 3 024 094 2 182 250 799 166 42 678
Adjustment for the change in pension entitlements D8 51
Saving, gross B8G 52=53+9 171 068 -138 210 286 073 23 205
Saving, net B8N 53=47–48–51 -904 353 -749 866 -172 979 18 492
Capital transfers, receivablea D9 54=55+56 788 259 449 199 1 035 794 117 563
capital taxes, receivablea D91 55 7 188 7 188 0 0
other capital transfers and investment grants, receivablec D9N 56 781 071 442 011 1 035 794 117 563
Capital transfers, payablec D9 57 439 469 1 178 088 73 921 1 757
Of which:
payable to sub-sector Central Government (S.1311)d D9 58 2 227 1 757
payable to sub-sector State Government (S.1312)d D9 59
payable to sub-sector Local Government (S.1313)d D9 60 692 751 0
payable to sub-sector Social Security Funds (S.1314)d D9 61 117 562 0
investment grants, payable D92 62 307 790 306 444 67 425 1 757
Gross capital formation P5 63=64+65 1 297 588 799 747 495 619 2 222
gross fixed capital formation P51G 64 1 320 473 822 632 495 619 2 222
changes in inventories and acquisitions less disposals of valuables P5M 65 -22 885 -22 885 0 0
Acquisitions less disposals of non-financial non-produced assets NP 66 10 656 9 725 931 0
Gross capital formation and acquisitions less disposals of non-financial non-produced assets P5L 67=63+66 1 308 244 809 472 496 550 2 222
Net lending (+)/net borrowing (-) B9 68=52+54–57–67=70–69 -788 386 -1 676 571 751 396 136 789
Total expenditure OTE 69=7+11+12+22+25+ 38+41+42+51+57+67 15 194 728 11 444 833 2 274 281 5 004 170
Total revenue OTR 70=6+13+15+19+ 33+34+37+54 14 406 342 9 768 262 3 025 677 5 140 959
Capital transfers from general government to relevant sectors representing taxes and social contributions assessed but unlikely to be collectede D995 71
Total payable tax creditsf PTC 72
Of which: payable tax credits that exceed the taxpayer's liabilityf TC 73
aSubsector data shall be consolidated within each subsector but not between subsectors. Sector S.13 data equal the sum of subsector data, except for items D.4, D.7 and D.9 (and their subitems) which should be consolidated between subsectors (with counterpart information).  bSubsector data shall be consolidated within each subsector but not between subsectors. Sector S.13 data equal the sum of subsector data, except for items D.4, D.7 and D.9 (and their subitems) which should be consolidated between subsectors (with counterpart information). Whenever substantial payments for items other than D.4, D.7 or D.9 and subitems occur between subsectors, please specify these payments in the sender footnotes.  cSubsector data shall be consolidated within each subsector but not between subsectors. Sector S.13 data equal the sum of subsector data, except for items D.4, D.7 and D.9 (and their subitems) which should be consolidated between subsectors (with counterpart information). D.995 is to be deducted from D.99r. No amounts for D.995 are to be included under D.9p.  dSubsector data shall be consolidated within each subsector but not between subsectors. Sector S.13 data equal the sum of subsector data, except for items D.4, D.7 and D.9 (and their subitems) which should be consolidated between subsectors (with counterpart information). D.995 is to be deducted from D.99r. No amounts for D.995 are to be included under D.9p. Whenever substantial payments for items other than D.4, D.7 or D.9 and subitems occur between subsectors, please specify these payments in the sender footnotes.  eSubsector data shall be consolidated within each subsector but not between subsectors. Sector S.13 data equal the sum of subsector data, except for items D.4, D.7 and D.9 (and their subitems) which should be consolidated between subsectors (with counterpart information). D.995 is to be deducted from D.99r. No amounts for D.995 are to be included under D.9p. The split by receiving subsectors is voluntary.  fA tax credit is a tax relief which is directly subtracted from the tax liability otherwise due by the beneficiary household or corporation. Payable tax credits are tax credits for which any amount exceeding the amount of tax liability (otherwise due) is paid out to the beneficiary. The whole amount of the payable tax credit should be recorded as government expenditure ('Total payable tax credits', PTC) while mentioning the amount of the 'transfer component' (TC), which are payable tax credits that exceed the taxpayer's liability and that are paid out to the taxpayer. Data to be transmitted on a voluntary basis for subsectors. Data for reference years before 2012 to be transmitted on a voluntary basis. Transmission is compulsory for reference years from 2012 onwards.  Revised data 

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