|Local intergov. organisations tasks||Periods||Revenues (million euros)||Expenditures (million euros)||Balance (million euros)|
|General provisions including district ..||2021*||104||103||1|
This table contains figures on balance sheet items from local intergovernmental organisations in millions of euros. The figures presented in the table are based on balance sheet positions that are in line with the definitions and classifications used by the local intergovernmental organisations themselves in their administration and are presented at year-end. This data is supplied to Statistics Netherlands via the survey 'Informatie voor derden' (Iv3). The requirements for this survey are laid down in the 'Besluit Begroting en Verantwoording' (BBV).
The description of the tasks is laid down in the Directive for Budgeting and Accounting for provinces and municipalities (BBV), in the subsection called Information for third parties (Iv3). This description also applies to intergovernmental organisations, some tasks do not or only partially apply to intergovernmental organisations. In those cases where the word municipalities is mentioned in the description, this can be read as intergovernmental organisations.
Data available from: 2018
Status of the figures:
The figures in this table are provisional at the time of first publication.
The figures become definitive when figures for the following year are added to the series.
Changes as of 20 December 2022:
The provisional figures for 2021 have been added.
The figures for 2020 have been adjusted from provisional to definite.
When will new figures be published?
The new figures from the local intergovernmental organisations accounts are published no later than 12 months after the reporting period.
The figures can be adjusted on the basis of the availability of new or updated source material. In general, the adjustments are small. The adjustments are made the moment a new annual figure is added to the series.
- The revenues of the local intergovernmental organisations in million of euros.
The revenues include received interest, sale of land, sale of goods and services, received subsidies, taxes transfers by municipalities.
The revenues are recorded including internal settlements (including withdrawals from reserves and release of provisions).
The largest part of the municipal revenues consists of the government contribution received from the municipalities and the central government.
- The expenditures of the local intergovernmental organisations in million of euros.
The expenditures include wages and salaries paid, interest charges, purchase of (non) durable goods and services (including energy costs and costs of hiring staff) and paid income transfers, paid investment contributions to governments and third parties and the land purchases.
Expenses are recorded including internal settlements (including depreciation, deposits in reserves and provisions).
- The difference between the revenues and the expenditures of the local intergovernmental organisations in million of euros.