Local self-government receipts structure

Local self-government's receipt are the moneys collected by the local self-government in order to cover for public expenditures, i.e. for performing its functions, to meet the needs of citizens.

Shared revenues

Shared revenues include revenues from PIT tax, property sale tax, concession and other charges for utilisation of assets of common interest awarded by the central government, in line with this Law and annual registration fees for vehicles, tractors and trailers.

Receipts from transfers

Transfers are non-repayable receipts for which there is no obligation of a counter-service.

Transfers from the Central Budget are the transfers made by the central government to local self-government to fund certain projects of particular interest for the given only or for several local self-governments.

Trasnfers from the Equalisation Fund are the receipts from the Equalisation Fund under special criteria and are solely used as general municipal budget revenues.