- budget surplus
- The amount by which government revenues exceed government spending. Bloomberg Financial Dictionary
* * *budget surplus budget surplus ➔ surplus1
* * *The amount by which revenues exceed spending. It usually refers to government spending and revenues.► See also Budget.
* * *budget surplus UK US noun [C] ECONOMICS, FINANCE► the amount of extra money available to a government because it has spent less money than it earned: »
The government has projected a budget surplus of £7 billion by April.
Financial and business terms. 2012.
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