2024: Estimated state budget revenue is about 1.7 million billion VND, increasing revenue from land by more than 50%

National Assembly Chairman Vuong Dinh Hue has just signed and promulgated Resolution No. 104/2023/QH15 on the state budget estimate for 2024. Previously, the 15th National Assembly passed this Resolution with 94.33% of delegates participating. voted in favor at the 6th meeting.


According to the Resolution, the estimated state budget revenue in 2024 is VND 1,700,988 billion. Revenue transferred from the local budget’s salary reform until the end of 2023, the remaining balance transferred to the 2024 budget allocation of some localities is 19,040 billion VND to implement the base salary of 1.8 million VND/month.

Compared with the estimate and implementation estimate for 2023, the estimated state budget revenue in 2024 increases by 80.1 trillion VND (about 5%).

2024: Estimated state budget revenue is about 1.7 million billion VND, increasing revenue from land by more than 50% - Photo 1

Of which, the estimated domestic revenue is 1,444.4 trillion VND, an increase of 110 trillion VND compared to the 2023 estimate (equivalent to 8%), accounting for 84.9% of the total state budget balance revenue.

Particularly, the land use fee revenue assigned by the National Assembly is nearly 227 trillion VND, an increase of nearly 77 trillion VND higher than the 2023 estimate, equivalent to over 50%, although this year’s revenue is very sluggish and is not expected to reach the target. assigned estimate.

Crude oil revenue is 46 trillion VND, accounting for 2.9% of the total state budget balance revenue, based on an exploitation output of about 8.3 million tons, the estimated oil price is about 70 USD/barrel.

Balanced revenue from import and export activities is 204 trillion VND, accounting for 12.4% of total state budget balance revenue. Of which, the revenue estimate is 375 trillion VND, down about 12% compared to the 2023 estimate, equivalent to a decrease of 50 trillion VND; VAT refund expenditure is 171 trillion VND.

Resolution No. 104/2023/QH15 also states that the total state budget expenditure is 2,119,428 billion VND. The state budget deficit is 399,400 billion VND, equivalent to 3.6% of total domestic product (GDP), including: central budget deficit is 372,900 billion VND, equivalent to 3.4% of GDP; The local budget deficit is 26,500 billion VND, equivalent to 0.2% of GDP. The total loan amount of the state budget is 690,553 billion VND.


Also in Resolution No. 104/2023/QH15, the National Assembly allows the use of 145.9 billion VND to recover funds temporarily allocated in 2022 to a number of localities to implement housing rental support policies for workers. Remaining resources will be transferred to supplement localities that lack resources to implement policies and finalize the 2023 budget year.

Allows transferring all 13,796 billion VND of revenue increase, cutting, and saving central budget expenditures in 2021 to arrange annual public investment estimates and plans in 2023, 2024, 2025 for the Ministry of Transport transport and 08 localities to implement 03 important national projects according to Resolution No. 58/2022/QH15, Resolution No. 59/2022/QH15 and Resolution No. 60/2022/QH15.

Allows transferring state budget estimates to implement 03 National Target Programs in 2023 (including development investment capital, regular funding of the central budget and local budget) to 2024 to continue perform.

The Government will consider and decide to allocate from the central budget reserve source in 2023 to ensure compliance with the provisions of law to continue implementation, soon complete and put into use the Nam Mo River embankment project, section passing through. Block 4, Block 5 of Muong Xen town, Ky Son district, Nghe An province according to Report No. 569/BC-CP dated October 19, 2023 of the Government.

“From July 1, 2024, abolish all specific financial and income management mechanisms of state agencies and administrative units; apply a uniform salary, allowance, and income regime. best”.

Resolution No. 104/2023/QH15.

Regarding the implementation of salary policy, the Resolution clearly states that, from July 1, 2024, comprehensive reform of salary policy will be implemented according to Resolution No. 27-NQ/TW dated May 21, 2018 of the 1st Conference. Saturday, Central Executive Committee term State budget); Adjust pensions, social insurance benefits, monthly benefits, preferential benefits for meritorious people and a number of social security policies that are tied to the base salary.

For central state administrative agencies and units implementing specific financial and income management mechanisms, from January 1, 2024 to June 30, 2024, the salary and Monthly additional income calculated based on the base salary of 1.8 million VND/month according to a special mechanism that ensures it does not exceed the salary and additional income received in December 2023 (excluding salary). and additional income due to adjusting the salary coefficient for ranks and grades when upgrading ranks and grades in 2024).

In case calculated according to the above principle, if the salary and additional income in 2024 according to the specific mechanism is lower than the salary according to general regulations, only the salary regime according to general regulations will be implemented to ensure benefits. for workers.

Do not continue to apply the current specific mechanism for regular funding according to the specific financial management mechanism (operating expenses, capacity strengthening, modernization, ensuring professional activities, etc. .) of state agencies and administrative units. Assign the Government to organize implementation and report to the National Assembly at the 8th session.

Ministries, central agencies, and localities continue to implement solutions to create sources of salary policy reform according to regulations. Allow to continue to exclude some revenues when calculating the increase in local budget revenue for wage reform as prescribed in Clause 2, Article 3 of Resolution No. 34/2021/QH15 dated November 13, 2021 of the National Assembly. festival.


The National Assembly assigned the Government to focus on operating fiscal policy proactively, reasonably, flexibly and effectively; coordinate synchronously, closely and smoothly with monetary policy and other policies; promptly respond to complex fluctuations in domestic and foreign situations, maintain macroeconomic stability, control inflation, promote growth, and ensure major balances of the economy.

At the same time, research and find solutions to report to the National Assembly to amend and supplement tax laws to overcome the decline in indicators on the ratio of mobilization to the state budget to GDP and the ratio of mobilization from taxes and fees into the state budget.

“Soon submit to the National Assembly projects to amend and supplement tax laws to strengthen revenue management, restructure revenue sources to ensure sustainability; improve the efficiency of revenue management and expand the base.” revenue”, the Resolution clearly stated.

Implement drastic and effective solutions to prevent revenue loss and transfer pricing tax evasion; commercial fraud, especially in commercial activities based on digital platforms; Urging the collection of outstanding tax debts and reducing the rate of tax arrears.

Continue to implement reform of tax administrative procedures, promote electronicization of tax management; Strictly implement regulations on auctions when transferring, leasing public assets, assigning land, and leasing land according to the provisions of law.

There are solutions to speed up the progress of equitization and divestment of state capital at enterprises, ensuring efficiency and rigor, avoiding loss of capital and state assets at enterprises.

Research and improve legal regulations on finance in the land sector in the spirit of Resolution No. 18-NQ/TW dated June 16, 2022 of the Fifth Conference of the Central Executive Committee, Session XIII, ensure harmony of interests between the State, land users and investors.

Tighten discipline and discipline, strengthen the responsibility of leaders in management and use of finance and budget; strive to further increase the ratio of development investment expenditure…

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