Estimated Receipts by Category, Revenue Type and Head, FY 2016-2017
Revenue and loan receipts for fiscal year 2016-2017 are estimated at $588.7 billion. This tree map shows how that total is divided between recurrent revenue, capital revenue, transfers from the Capital Development Fund, and loan receipts. If you click on the rectangle for recurrent revenue, you will be able to see the breakdown between taxation (also known as tax revenue) and non-tax revenue. $445.5 billion are estimated to come from taxation and $30.5 billion from non-tax revenue. The distinction between taxation and non-tax revenue only applies for recurrent revenue. For capital revenue, transfers from the Capital Development Fund, and loan receipts, you need to click on the rectangle for N/A to see more detail. $20.5 billion are estimated to come from capital revenue, $2.8 billion from the Capital Development Fund, and $89.4 billion from loan receipts. Data for this tree map come from the Revenue Estimates and Financial Statements 2016-2017 (Statement I, Summary of Revenue and Loan Receipts).
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