Poltava region

  
Overall financial health
6,9
0 - 10, higher is better
  
Basic balance
7,6
0 - 10, higher is better
  
General debt provision
10,0
0 - 10, higher is better
  
Tax capacity
3,0
0 - 10, higher is better
 
Budget indicators
 
Basic indicators
Value (%)
  
Basic balance
14,3 %
  
Current account balance
-414,4 %
  
Capital account balance
-15 509 783,2 %
  
General debt provision
0,0 %
 
Budgetary dependence
Value (%)
  
Local budget dependence on local taxes and fees
15,9 %
  
Local budget dependence on financial aid
84,1 %
  
Tax capacity
12,9 %
  
Transfers stability
89,4 %
 
Indicators per resident
Value (₴)
  
Basic balance per resident
-2 559 ₴
  
Profit per resident
78 ₴
  
Revenues per resident
3 668 ₴
 
Other indicators
Value (%)
  
Tax autonomy
69,2 %
  
Budget execution rate
1,9 %
 
Budget data
 
Revenues
Value (₴)
  
Total revenues
5 277 490 800
  
Tax revenues Show detailed data
678 423 400
  
Non-tax revenues Show detailed data
160 717 055
  
Revenues from capital transactions
1 318
  
Official transfers
4 438 350 300
  
Subsidies Show detailed data
41 394 558
  
Subventions Show detailed data
4 438 350 300
 
Expenditures
Value (₴)
  
Total expenditures
5 277 468 800
  
Current expenditures
4 316 214 058
  
Capital expenditures
204 420 261
 
Breakdown by functional classification
  
Public Administration
7 168 500
  
Education Show detailed data
404 030 000
  
Healthcare Show detailed data
772 010 194
  
Social protection and social s...
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747 110
  
Housing and Utilities infrastructure
50 499 956
  
Culture and art
1 087 000
  
Media
783 940
  
Construction
3 106 475
  
Agricultute and forestry, fishing and hunting
93 096 500
  
Transport, roads, communications, telecommunications
1 500 000
  
Prevention and liquidation of emergency situations
1 240 000
  
Trust funds
51 040 000
 
Other data
Value
  
Population
1 438 900
  
Profit / loss
111 863 953 ₴

The main goal of the project is to provide the public with relevant data on the financial management of oblasts and their largest cities since 2010. We believe that increasing awareness of these figures will improve the financial management of individual municipalities, as the mayors will be driven to do so. With the help of the timelines, each user can compare the pursuits of the mayors to improve the municipality's economy.

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