Budgetary table of income

Horizontal structure = rows

Income is ranked by basic allocation in running order based on numbering.

Each basic allocation is accompanied by a justification with regard to the estimated amounts.

Totals are made: per activity, per scheme, per contract and economic code.

Vertical structure = columns

A budget table contains 7 to 9 columns, depending on the budgetary round.

Column 1 = Basic allocation

The abbreviations: O. P. A. VN. EC. stands for the structure of a basic allocation.

  • O. = opdracht (contract)
  • P. = programma (scheme)
  • A. = activiteit (activity)
  • VN. = volgnummer (ranking)
  • EC. = economische code (economic code)
Column 2 = FC = functional code

The functional code refers to the international classification of government functions.

Column 3 = empty

(in case of expenditure, this column is used for the codes FSF and OSO) (see budgetary table expenditure)

Column 4 = BFB = organic budget fund

The organic budget fund is a fund in which specific income is allocated to specific expenditure, approved by ordinance.

Column 5 = KS = type of credit

For income = established rights: code DR (or DRF in the case of a budget fund)

Columns 6 to 9
  • contain the estimated amounts (in 1000 EURO)
  • 0 credits are indicated using “-“
  • are categorised differently depending on the budget round

Initial budgets  only contain the columns 6 and 7:

  • Initial budget year x - 1
  • Initial budget year x

Amended budgets contain columns 6 to 9:

  • Column 6: Initial budget year x
  • Column 7: empty (for expenditure this is for changes in budget year x) (see budgetary table expenditure)
  • Column 8: Changes to the budget year x
  • Column 9: Amended budget year x

-> Column 6 + 7 + 8 = column 9