Extraordinary Budget

Extraordinary Budget

 

(Russian, chrezvychainyi biudzhei), part of the state budget in Russia in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. From 1894 the state budget of tsarist Russia comprised an ordinary budget and an extraordinary budget. The revenues of the latter were made up of receipts from the sale of government property and loan payments by railroad companies. Disbursements from the extraordinary budget went toward railroad construction and equipment and toward expenditures necessitated by natural disasters, wars, and the prepayment of loans. The extraordinary budget was abolished in May 1919.

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