The Report of the Fifteenth Finance Commission DATED: 01 FEB 2021 Finance Commission The Fifteenth Finance Commission (XVFC)’s ToR was unique and wide-ranging in many ways. The Commission was asked to recommend […]
This Report has been organised in four volumes. Volume I and II, as in the past, contain the main report and the accompanying annexes. Volume III is devoted to the Union Government and examines key departments in greater depth, with the medium-term challenges and the roadmap ahead. Volume IV is entirely devoted to the States. The Commission has analysed the finances of each State in great depth and has come up with State-specific considerations to address the key challenges that individual States face.
Department of Expenditure, Ministry of Finance Date: 13 OCT 2020 The Department of Expenditure, Ministry of Finance, has today granted permission to 20 States to raise an additional amount of Rs.68,825 crore […]
U.S. Code: Table of Contents SUBTITLE I—GENERAL (§§ 101 – 903) CHAPTER 1—DEFINITIONS (§§ 101 – 103) CHAPTER 3—DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY (§§ 301 – 333) CHAPTER 5—OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET […]
the coin shall bear such other inscriptions, including “Liberty”, “In God We Trust”, “United States of America”, the denomination and weight of the coin and the fineness of the metal, as the Secretary determines to be appropriate and in keeping with the original design.
(a)The Secretary of the Treasury— (1)shall mint and issue coins described in section 5112 of this title in amounts the Secretary decides are necessary to meet the needs of the United States; […]
United States coins and currency (including Federal reserve notes and circulating notes of Federal reserve banks and national banks) are legal tender for all debts, public charges, taxes, and dues.
The standard troy pound of the National Institute of Standards and Technology of the Department of Commerce shall be the standard used to ensure that the weight of United States coins conforms to specifications
United States money is expressed in dollars, dimes or tenths, cents or hundreths, and mills or thousandths. A dime is a tenth of a dollar, a cent is a hundredth of a dollar, and a mill is a thousandth of a dollar.