For every rupee in the government coffer, 70 paise will come from direct and indirect taxes, while the government will spend 23 paise towards state's share of taxes and duties.
According to the Budget 2019-20 presented in Parliament by Finance Minister Piyush Goyal, for the every rupee earned, the collection from Goods and Services Tax (GST) has been pegged at 21 paise as a percentage of every rupee earned, amounting to the single largest source of revenue. ALSO READ: Interim Budget 2019 LIVE: Rs 17 a day an insult for farmers, says Rahul
The collection from borrowing and other liabilities will be 19 paise, while mobilisation from Union Excise duty will be 7 paise. The government intends to earn 8 paise from non-tax revenue like disinvestment, while it plans to mobilise 3 paise from non-debt capital receipts. Similarly, tax mobilisation from corporation tax has been fixed at 21 paise.ALSO READ: Interim Budget 2019 a road map for planning long-term investments
Income tax mobilisation for the next financial year has been increased to 17 paise.
The government will earn 4 paise from custom in the next financial year. On the expenditure side, the biggest component is states' share of taxes and duties at 23 paise and interest payment of 18 paise.ALSO READ: 'There was a lot of josh': FM Goyal praises film 'Uri' during budget speech
Allocation towards defence has been reduced to 8 paise from 9 paise last year.
Expenditure on central sector scheme will be 12 paise, while allocation for centrally sponsored scheme will be 9 paise. The expenditure on Finance Commission and other transfers is pegged at 8 paise. Similiarly, expenditure on subsidies and pension are respectively pegged at 9 paise and 5 paise.
The government will spend 8 paise on other expenditure.