Denmark - Government Revenues

Denmark: Government Revenues

Unit Mil. DKK, NSA
Adjustments Not Seasonally Adjusted
Quarterly 1.17 %
Data 2019 Q2 302,641
2019 Q1 299,152

Series Information

Source Statistics Denmark
Release Quarterly Government Finances
Frequency Quarterly
Start Date 3/31/1999
End Date 6/30/2019

Denmark: Government

Reference Last Previous Units Frequency
Outstanding Public Debt Aug 2019 662.29 650.94 Bil. DKK, NSA Monthly
Outstanding Public Debt - Domestic Aug 2019 661.56 650.21 Bil. DKK, NSA Monthly
Outstanding Public Debt - Foreign Aug 2019 0.73 0.72 Bil. DKK, NSA Monthly
Government Budget Balance 2019 Q2 17,230 12,141 Mil. DKK, NSA Quarterly
Government Expenditures 2019 Q2 285,412 287,012 Mil. DKK, NSA Quarterly
Government Revenues 2019 Q2 302,641 299,152 Mil. DKK, NSA Quarterly
Gross External Debt 2019 Q1 0 0 USD, NSA Quarterly

Release Information

For Denmark, short-term trends in public (government) income and expenses by different types of transactions. The statistics provide a quarterly overview of the tax revenues and developments in Danish taxes and duties, as well as public expenses for public consumption and income transfers. They shed a light on current market conditions.

The dataset covers income transfers from the general government sector to the households and vice-versa. Units comprised in the general government sector are those that produce non-market based benefits, destined for individual & collective consumption and for most parts, financed by taxes and duties.

All calculations (revenues, expenses, taxes, duties, income transfers) are based on current prices. Taxes and duties are recorded according to the accrual principle.

Statistics are compiled under national accounts principles (ESA 2010) and in accordance with the EU Regulation on short-term indicators of the general government sector (Kf 264/2000).

Statistics Denmark collects data from public accounts and a number of retail statistics. Data from all these different sources are not accounted for according to the same principle. To solve this, a temporal displacement of every single expense, tax or duty to the time of its levying is made.