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Non-tax Revenues of the Government

EUR mil. Per capita Per working person Annual change
Revenues from Business and from Property Title 72,0 13 31 -34,9%
Dividends 63,6 12 27 -37,3%
Revenues from Property Titles 8,4 2 4 -2,2%
Administrative fees and other payments 275,6 51 118 -25,0%
Administrative fees (which of) 163,5 30 70 5,2%
Legal Charges 29,3 5 13 -0,1%
Revenues from Sale of Revenue Stamps 83,6 15 36 -4,3%
Hallmark fees 0,4 0 0 -8,6%
Other fees 50,1 9 22 31,0%
Licences and Concessions 0,1 0 0 -7,8%
Fines and penalties 53,4 10 23 -6,6%
Fees from occasional sale of goods and services 58,6 11 25 -62,2%
Capital Revenues 13,4 2 6 -26,7%
Interest Received from Domestic Loans, Deposits 30,5 6 13 -41,7%
Interest Received from Foreign Loans, Deposits 0,0 0 0 -99,2%
Other Non-tax revenues 285,2 53 122 -7,9%
Withheld resources 13,2 n.a. n.a. -0,3%
Compensation from Insurance Coverage 1,1 n.a. n.a. -9,2%
Gains from Lotteries and Other Betting Activities 121,2 22 52 14,6%
Other 149,8 n.a. n.a. -21,0%
Total Non-tax Revenues of the Government 696,6 129 299 -19,1%

Table description

Various government non-tax revenues come either from the administration and sale of property, or of the various administrative fees. Overall, however, the importance of non-tax revenue is low, representing less than 10% of budget revenues.