KEY TO BUDGET DOCUMENTS
BUDGET 2014-2015
Annual Financial Statement
• The document shows the estimated receipts and
expenditure of the government in 2014-15 in
rel...
Demands for Grants
• The Demands for Grants is presented
to the Lok Sabha along with the Annual
Financial Statement.
• Eac...
Appropriation Bill
• The Vote on Account is obtained from
Parliament through an Appropriation
Bill.
• The purpose of the V...
Finance Bill
•The document details the
imposition, abolition, remission,
alteration or regulation of taxes
proposed in the...
Memorandum Explaining the
Provisions in the Finance Bill
•The Memorandum Explaining the
Provisions of the Finance Bill hel...
Macro-economic Framework
Statement
•The document contains assessment
regarding the GDP growth rate,
fiscal balance of the ...
Fiscal Policy Strategy Statement
• The statement describes the strategic
priorities of government in the fiscal
area for t...
Medium-term Fiscal Policy Statement
• The statement sets out three-year rolling
targets for four specific fiscal indicator...
Medium-term Expenditure
Framework Statement
• The statement sets forth a three-year
rolling target for the expenditure ind...
Expenditure Budget Volume-1
• The document outlines the revenue
and capital disbursements of each
Ministries/Departments. ...
Expenditure Budget Volume-2
• The document shows the net estimate
made for a scheme or a programme at a
glance, using Majo...
Receipts Budget
• The Document explains details of tax and non-tax revenue
receipts and capital receipts. It also provides...
Budget at a Glance
• The document includes receipts and
disbursements along with broad details of tax
revenues and other r...
Highlights of Budget
•The document outlines major
achievements in different sectors
and key features of the Budget.
•It al...
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Finance Minister P. Chidambaram presented the interim budget for the fiscal year 2014-15 on Monday, which many believe was on the ‘expected lines’. However, our topic of interest is not the Budget itself, but the associated documents that Finance Minister presented to the parliament. Here’s a look at these documents:

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Key to budget documents

  1. 1. KEY TO BUDGET DOCUMENTS BUDGET 2014-2015
  2. 2. Annual Financial Statement • The document shows the estimated receipts and expenditure of the government in 2014-15 in relation to estimates for 2013-14. The document also distinguishes expenditure on revenue account from other expenditure. • The document has three parts: • Consolidated Fund • Contingency Fund • Public Account
  3. 3. Demands for Grants • The Demands for Grants is presented to the Lok Sabha along with the Annual Financial Statement. • Each Ministry or Department presents a Demand for Grants, which needs to be voted by the Lok Sabha.
  4. 4. Appropriation Bill • The Vote on Account is obtained from Parliament through an Appropriation Bill. • The purpose of the Vote on Account is to keep Government functioning, pending voting of final supply.
  5. 5. Finance Bill •The document details the imposition, abolition, remission, alteration or regulation of taxes proposed in the Budget.
  6. 6. Memorandum Explaining the Provisions in the Finance Bill •The Memorandum Explaining the Provisions of the Finance Bill helps in understanding the taxation proposals contained in the Finance Bill, the provisions and their implications.
  7. 7. Macro-economic Framework Statement •The document contains assessment regarding the GDP growth rate, fiscal balance of the Central Government and the external sector balance of the economy.
  8. 8. Fiscal Policy Strategy Statement • The statement describes the strategic priorities of government in the fiscal area for the ensuing financial year relating to taxation, expenditure, lending and investments, administered pricing, borrowings and guarantees.
  9. 9. Medium-term Fiscal Policy Statement • The statement sets out three-year rolling targets for four specific fiscal indicators in relation to GDP at market prices namely • Revenue Deficit • Fiscal Deficit • Tax to GDP ratio • Total outstanding Debt at the end of the year
  10. 10. Medium-term Expenditure Framework Statement • The statement sets forth a three-year rolling target for the expenditure indicators and provides a closer integration between budget and the Fiscal Responsibility and Budget Management (FRBM) statements.
  11. 11. Expenditure Budget Volume-1 • The document outlines the revenue and capital disbursements of each Ministries/Departments. It also provides broad reasons for the variations in estimates.
  12. 12. Expenditure Budget Volume-2 • The document shows the net estimate made for a scheme or a programme at a glance, using Major Heads. • In the Demand for Grants, the provisions made for a scheme or programmes are spread over a number of Major Heads in the Revenue and Capital sections.
  13. 13. Receipts Budget • The Document explains details of tax and non-tax revenue receipts and capital receipts. It also provides information on arrears of tax revenues and non-tax revenues. Other documents include: • Statement pertaining to National Small Savings Fund • Statement of revenues foregone • Statement of liabilities • Statement of guarantees • Statements of assets and details of external assistance
  14. 14. Budget at a Glance • The document includes receipts and disbursements along with broad details of tax revenues and other receipts. It also shows the broad break-up of expenditure - Plan and NonPlan. • It also has a statement that includes the share of Central Taxes, grants/loan of the total resources transferred to States and Union Territories.
  15. 15. Highlights of Budget •The document outlines major achievements in different sectors and key features of the Budget. •It also contains the summary of tax proposals.

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