Tax incomes reached 158.4 billion TL, increasing 20.7% in the first six months of 2013, while Special Consumption Tax (OTV) had the biggest share with 40 billion TL among the tax incomes.
According to 'Monthly Budget Realizations Report' of Turkish Ministry of Finance, a 190.9 billion TL income was acquired while a 187.8 billion TL expense was recorded in January-June period of 2013. So budget surplus was at about 3.1 billion TL.
In given period, 164.6 billion TL of 187.9 billion TL expense was calculated as non-interest expense and 23.3 billion TL was calculated as interest expenses.
Current transfers were at first rank among non-interest expenses with 75.3 billion TL, while this was respectively followed by staff expenses (49 billion TL) and purchasing expenses of goods and services (13.3 billion TL)
A total 190.9 billion TL tax income was acquired in January-June period of 2013 was evaluated in terms of budget incomes. 184.5 billion TL of this amount consisted of general budget incomes, 4.6 billion TL consisted of incomes of special budgeted administrations and 1.8 billion TL consisted of incomes of regulator and inspector institutions.
Budget realizations in June
In June, a 31.4 billion TL income was acquired when compared to 32.6 billion TL budget expense according to budget realizations in June. So the budget gave a 1.2 billion TL deficit in June. Share of general budget incomes was recorded as 30.1 billion TL among the budget incomes realizing as 31.4 billion TL in June. Special Consumption Tax (OTV) was at first rank with 8.2 billion TL.