Charts Only: 2019-2020 Bermuda Budget

February 22, 2019 | 4 Comments

For those seeking a quick visual view of the 2019 Budget delivered in the House of Assembly by Minister of Finance Curtis Dickinson this morning [Feb 22], the charts extracted from the Budget are below.

For comparison’s sake, charts from the 2018 Budget are here, 2017 Budget are here, the 2016 Budget are here, the 2015 Budget are here, 2014 Budget are here, 2013 Budget are here, 2012 Budget are here, 2011 Budget are here, and charts from the 2010 Budget are here. View all our coverage of the 2019 Budget here.

2019 Budget Revenue Figures

2019 Budget Revenue Percentage

2019 Budget Expenditures Figures

2019 Budget Expenditures Percentage

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  1. lizard says:

    Will we ever see an actual/budget comparison for 2018/2019 or even 2017/2018?

    • Triangle Drifter says:

      That would be very useful. Better still, comparissons in 5 year increments.

  2. Kathy Cervino says:

    A good way to increase revenue is to raise the % of land tax on second homes. If you are wealthy enough to own a second home in Bermuda your tax rate should be doubled on any residence that is not your main residence. There are so many extremely wealthy Bermudians that own 10 and 20 and sometime more properties and they should be contributing more than the person who owns just one home.

    • Question says:

      People with multiple properties already pay more tax than a person who owns one property.

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