The amount by which a governments, companys, or individuals income exceeds...
The amount by which the government's budget receipts exceeds its budget outlays for a given budget/fiscal year.
Refers in general to an excess of income over expenditure, but usually refers specifically to the government budget, where it is the excess of tax revenue over expenditure (including transfer and interest payments).
The amount by which a government's, company's, or individual's income exceeds its spending over a particular period of time. opposite of budget deficit. see also surplus
Refers to national budgets; occurs when government income is greater than government spending in a given year. View Capstone Lesson(s) that address this concept
the excess that results when government spending is less than revenue
an invitation to enhance government spending with its consequent negative effects on the vitality of the American economy
Income is greater than expenses.
The amount on your budget by which your income exceeds your expenditure before allowing for offers of payments on non-priority debts.
Excess of income over spending for a government, corporation, or individual over a particular period of time.
The federal budget has a surplus when the revenue exceeds the spending. If the government spends more than it takes in, the budget reports a deficit.
The amount by which government revenues exceed government pending.
The amount by which government revenues (expenditures) exceed expenditures (revenues).
The amount each year by which government income exceeds government spending.
A budget surplus is a government's budget balance that is positive -- tax revenues exceed government expenditures.