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Balance of Money Incomes and Expenditures of the Urban and Rural Population

  • Economics


The balance of the population's money incomes and expenditures is an important planning tool. It is used for establishing the necessary proportions between consumption and accumulation funds, for coordinating the growth of the population's money incomes with the increase in consumer goods and the development of paid services, for planning the real income of individual population groups, and for regulating monetary circulation. The calculation of the balance is used to determine the population's purchasing fund and to plan the volume of retail trade turnover.

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