Financial Performance

Report of 2010 - Financial and Performance Audit on Revenue of Government of Maharashtra

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This Report contains 31 paragraphs (selected from the audit detections made during the local audit referred to above and during earlier years which could not be included in earlier reports) and one performance review on "Assessment, levy and collection of taxes and other receipts in the motor vehicles Department" relating to short/non-levy of tax, duty and interest, penalty etc., involving financial effect of Rs.4.50 crore and audit observations involving financial effect of Rs.55.17 crore (total Rs.59.67 crore).

The total receipts of the State during the year 2009-10 amounted to Rs.86,821.65 crore, of which the revenue raised by the State Government was Rs.67,370.30 crore and receipts from the Government of India were Rs.19,451.35 crore. The revenue raised constituted 78 per cent of the total net receipts of the State. The receipts from the Government of India included Rs.8,248.12 crore on account of the State's share of divisible Union taxes which registered an increase of 2.86 per cent and Rs.11,203.23 crore as grants-in-aid which decreased by two per cent over 2008-09.

At the end of June 2010, 9,811 Inspection Report paragraphs involving Rs.1,419.02 crore relating to 4,681 inspection reports issued upto 31 December 2009 remained outstanding.

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