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STATE GOVERNMENT FINANCES: 2009
STATE: CALIFORNIA
(Thousand Dollars)
 
Source: 2009 Annual Survey of State Government Finances. Data users who create their own estimates using
data from this report should cite the U.S. Census Bureau as the source of the original data only. The data in
this table are based on information from public records and contain no confidential data. Although the data in
this table come from a census of governmental units and are not subject to sampling error, the census results
do contain nonsampling error. Additional information on nonsampling error, response rates, and definitions
may be found at http://www2.census.gov/govs/state/09_methodology.pdf.

Item       Amount      
Total revenue      113,389,307
       
    General revenue      186,314,745
        Intergovernmental revenue      60,516,817
        Taxes      101,007,459
            General sales      28,972,302
            Selective sales      7,409,041
            License taxes      8,371,914
            Individual income tax      44,355,959
            Corporate income tax      9,535,679
            Other taxes      2,362,564
       
        Current charges      14,216,065
        Miscellaneous general revenue      10,574,404
       
    Utility revenue      4,652,318
    Liquor stores revenue      0
    Insurance trust revenue(1)      -77,577,756
       
Total expenditure      253,940,464
    Intergovernmental expenditure      94,909,240
    Direct expenditure      159,031,224
        Current operation      103,604,985
        Capital outlay      8,965,869
        Insurance benefits and repayments      38,184,029
        Assistance and subsidies      2,055,490
        Interest on debt      6,220,851
Exhibit: Salaries and wages      28,307,687
       
Total expenditure      253,940,464
General expenditure      211,083,320
        Intergovernmental expenditure      94,909,240
        Direct expenditure      116,174,080
       
    General expenditure, by function:       
        Education      73,248,498
        Public welfare      63,579,401
        Hospitals      7,276,117
        Health      10,932,467
        Highways      10,731,047
       
        Police protection      1,683,827
        Correction      9,110,775
        Natural resources      4,590,592
        Parks and recreation      416,813
        Governmental administration      8,461,946
       
        Interest on general debt      5,839,851
        Other and unallocable      15,211,986
       
    Utility expenditure      4,673,115
    Liquor stores expenditure      0
    Insurance trust expenditure      38,184,029
       
Debt at end of fiscal year      134,571,934
       
Cash and security holdings      441,093,978

(1) Within insurance trust revenue, net earnings of state retirement systems
is a calculated statistic (the item code in the data file is X08), and thus can be
positive or negative. Net earnings is the sum of earnings on investments plus gains on
investments minus losses on investments. The change made in 2002 for asset valuation
from book to market value in accordance with Statement 34 of the Governmental
Accounting Standards Board is reflected in the calculated statistics.
 
 
Created: December 16, 2010
Last Revised:   December 14, 2011


Source: U.S. Census Bureau | State Government Finances | (800) 242-4523| govs.public.finance.analysis.b@census.gov |  Last Revised: December 14, 2011