2009 Brazilian federal budget

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2009 (2009)
2008
2010
Submitted 27 August 2008
Submitted by Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva
Submitted to National Congress of Brazil
Total revenue $657.9 billion (USD)
Total expenditures $657.9 billion (USD)
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The 2009 Brazilian federal budget was submitted to the National Congress of Brazil by President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva on August 27, 2008.[1]

Total receipts[edit]

The total receipts for fiscal year 2009 are estimated at US$657.9 billion.[2][3]

  • Primary receipts: $258.9 billion
    • $157.8 billion - Federal taxes and tributes
    • $43.6 billion - Social security contributions
    • $57.5 billion - Other
  • Financial income: $399 billion

Total income: $657.9 billion

Total expenses[edit]

The total expenses for 2009 amount to US$657.9 billion.[2][3]

  • Mandatory spending: $541 billion
    • $49.9 billion - Payroll
    • $20.8 billion - Social security
    • $345.7 billion - Public debt amortization
    • $69.7 billion - Public debt interest
    • $17.5 billion - Investments
    • $14 billion - Reserve
    • $23.4 billion - Other financial expenses
  • Discretionary spending: $116.9 billion

Total expenses: $657.9 billion

References[edit]

  1. ^ Presidential Message to the National Congress regarding the Federal Budget Chamber of Deputies of Brazil. Retrieved on 2009-08-04. (Portuguese)
  2. ^ a b Quadros Orçamentários Consolidados Chamber of Deputies of Brazil. Retrieved on 2009-08-04. (Portuguese)
  3. ^ a b Note: Based on the exchange rate on 2009-08-04 of Brazilian real into U.S. dollar (R$1 = US$0.547046) from xe.com

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