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Budget 2017-18 Budget Paper No.2 Budget Strategy and Outlook

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Title

Budget 2017-18 Budget Paper No.2 Budget Strategy and Outlook

Other title

Tabled Paper 268

Collection

Tabled Papers for 13th Assembly 2016 - 2020; Tabled Papers; ParliamentNT

Date

2017-05-02

Description

Tabled by Nicole Manison

Notes

Made available by the Legislative Assembly of the Northern Territory under Standing Order 240. Where copyright subsists with a third party it remains with the original owner and permission may be required to reuse the material.

Language

English

Subject

Tabled papers

File type

application/pdf

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License

https://www.legislation.gov.au/Details/C2019C00042

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/271473

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/432604

Page content

Uniform Presentation Framework 105 Budget Strategy and Outlook Table 9.2 General Government Sector Balance Sheet 201617 201718 201819 201920 202021 Estimate Budget Forward Estimates $000 $000 $000 $000 $000 ASSETS Financial assets Cash and deposits 449 474 205 932 96 558 74 104 120 270 Advances paid 158 371 144 155 126 840 112 712 98 584 Investments, loans and placements 1 843 524 1 799 389 1 908 833 2 011 733 2 075 433 Receivables 323 797 337 516 345 474 354 075 365 915 Equity Investments in other public sector entities 2 189 784 2 175 460 2 177 458 2 177 581 2 181 356 Investments other Other financial assets 16 249 16 249 16 249 16 249 16 249 Total financial assets 4 981 199 4 678 701 4 671 412 4 746 454 4 857 807 Non financial assets Inventories 13 468 13 468 13 468 13 468 13 468 Property, plant and equipment 14 146 362 14 881 104 15 274 338 15 356 502 15 402 783 Investment property 99 694 88 694 77 694 66 694 55 694 Other non financial assets 122 567 122 545 122 523 122 501 122 479 Total non financial assets 14 382 091 15 105 811 15 488 023 15 559 165 15 594 424 TOTAL ASSETS 19 363 290 19 784 512 20 159 435 20 305 619 20 452 231 LIABILITIES Deposits held 360 776 263 843 278 635 309 036 332 496 Advances received 282 881 274 895 266 315 257 083 247 135 Borrowing 2 988 940 3 931 813 4 718 883 5 320 059 5 960 235 Superannuation 4 058 130 3 852 410 3 646 690 3 440 970 3 235 250 Other employee benefits 600 956 600 956 600 956 600 956 600 956 Payables 204 618 207 243 209 167 210 428 212 515 Other liabilities 839 453 877 204 913 136 949 594 949 594 TOTAL LIABILITIES 9 335 754 10 008 364 10 633 782 11 088 126 11 538 181 NET ASSETS/(LIABILITIES) 10 027 536 9 776 148 9 525 653 9 217 493 8 914 050 Contributed equity Accumulated surplus/(deficit) 2 128 390 1 891 326 1 638 833 1 330 550 1 023 332 Reserves 7 899 146 7 884 822 7 886 820 7 886 943 7 890 718 NET WORTH 10 027 536 9 776 148 9 525 653 9 217 493 8 914 050 NET FINANCIAL WORTH1 4 354 555 5 329 663 5 962 370 6 341 672 6 680 374 NET FINANCIAL LIABILITIES2 6 544 339 7 505 123 8 139 828 8 519 253 8 861 730 NET DEBT3 1 181 228 2 321 075 3 131 602 3 687 629 4 245 579 1 Net financial worth equals total financial assets minus total liabilities. 2 Net financial liabilities equals the sum of total liabilities less total financial assets excluding investments in other public sector entities. 3 Net debt equals the sum of deposits held, advances received and borrowing, minus the sum of cash and deposits, advances paid and investments, loans and placements.


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