Sub-sector Social Security Funds


Time series: GFS_1.2.4_SS_en.xls

SOCIAL SECURITY FUND EXPENDITURES BY FUNCTION, 2017
(Million Levs)
TRANSACTION   Total General public services Public order and safety Economic affairs Health Social protection
  ESA 2010 Code S1314 CG01 CG03 CG04 CG07 CG10
Total expenditure OTE 14 399 0 0 M 3 662 10 737
Gross capital formation + Acquisitions less disposals of non-financial non-produced assets P5L 244 M M M 118 126
Gross capital formation P5 244 M M M 118 126
Acquisitions less disposals of non-financial non-produced assets NP M M M M M M
Compensation of employees D1 91 M M 0 34 56
Subsidies D3 M M M M M M
Property income D4 0 0 M M M M
of which, payable to sub-sector S1311 D4 (1) M M M M M M
of which, payable to sub-sector S1313 D4 (1) M M M M M M
of which, payable to sub-sector S1314 D4 (1) M M M M M M
Social benefits other than social transfers in kind and social transfers in kind related to expenditure on products supplied to households via market producers, payable D6M 12 763 M M M 2 249 10 513
Intermediate consumption + Other taxes on production + Current taxes on income, wealth, etc.+ Adjustment for the change in net equity of households in pension funds reserves OEC 30 M 0 M 11 19
Intermediate consumption P2 30 M 0 M 11 19
Other taxes on production + Current taxes on income, wealth, etc.+ Adjustment for the change in net equity of households in pension funds reserves OED M M M M M M
Other current transfers D7 1 271 M M M 1 250 21
of which, payable to sub-sector S1311 D7 (1) 827 M M M 827 M
of which, payable to sub-sector S1313 D7 (1) 338 M M M 338 M
of which, payable to sub-sector S1314 D7 (1) M M M M M M
Capital transfers D9 1 M M M M 1
of which, payable to sub-sector S1311 D9 (1) M M M M M M
of which, payable to sub-sector S1313 D9 (1) M M M M M M
of which, payable to sub-sector S1314 D9 (1) M M M M M M
Final consumption expenditure P3 2 392 M M M 2 343 49

1) Data on items D4, D7 and D9 are consolidated within each sub-sector but not between sub-sectors.
M - figures not applicable
L - data not available
O - less then half of unit employed
26.02.2019
GENERAL GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURE BY FUNCTION (COFOG)
"Macroeconomic statistics" Department
"Non-Financial National Accounts" Division
Elena Bakalova
State expert
2 P. Volov Str., Sofia 1038
+359 2 9857 540
 
Last update of data: 04 January 2013
NumberConceptDescription
1Description of dataExpenditure of sector General government are presented by types of transactions and functions in accordance with the classification of the functions of government (COFOG). These data aquire important role and give rise to interest because give possibilities to trace the use of the budget for the provision of various public services and redistributive purposes.
2Classification used• European System of Accounts, 1995 (ESA 95)
• Classification of the functions of the government (COFOG)
3CoverageAccording to ESA 95 sector General Government includes all institutional units which are non-market producers and whose production is intended for individual and collective consumption (i.e. education, health, government expenditure to insure the activities of public administartion). These units are funded basicly by payments from other sectors of the economy. Institutional units in the sector General Government is grouped into three sub-sectors: Central Government, Local Government and Social Security Funds.
4Unit of measureMillion Levs
5Reference periodYear
6Time coverage1998 - 2011
7Legal acts and rules (National and European)• Council Regulation (EC) No 2223/96 of 25 June 1996 on the European system of national and regional accounts in the Community
• Commission Regulation (EC) No 1500/2000 of 10 July 2000 implementing Council Regulation (EC) No 2223/96 with respect to general government expenditure and revenue
• Commission Regulation (EC) No 113/2002 of 23 January 2002 amending Council Regulation (EC) No 2223/96 with regard to revised classifications of expenditure according to purpose
8Release policyThe date for publication of statistical information is pointed in the Calendar presenting the results of the staistical surveys of NSI. Statistical information on expendiure by functions of sector General Government are published twelve months after the reporting period.
9Dissemination format• Publication "Main Macroeconomic Indicators"
• NSI website - www.nsi.bg
10Methodological documents• Methodological notes for elaboration of expenditure by the functions of sector General Governmet in Bulgaria
• European System of Accounts, 1995 (ESA 95) Eurostat
• Manual on sources and methods for COFOG statistics compilation (Eurostat)
11Source dataMain data sources to compilation of accounts of General Government are:
• reports of cash execution of the consolidated state budget;
• reports of cash execution of individual budgetary entities.
12Frequency of data collectionAnnually
13Data collection methodExhaustively for all units of General Government

 

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