Provinces , independent cities , component cities, municipalities , and barangays each get a separate allotment. The allotment is largely based upon the type of government they are and a formula based upon their land area and population. Section of the Local Government Code of the Philippines RA sets up the formula for the distribution of the allotment. All or nearly all of the revenue that a local government has to spend comes from their IRA, though some local governments also have additional local sources of revenue such as property taxes and government fees. A portion of each local government unit's allotment is set aside their Sangguniang Kabataan SK or youth council.
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Provinces , independent cities , component cities, municipalities , and barangays each get a separate allotment. The allotment is largely based upon the type of government they are and a formula based upon their land area and population.
Section of the Local Government Code of the Philippines RA sets up the formula for the distribution of the allotment. All or nearly all of the revenue that a local government has to spend comes from their IRA, though some local governments also have additional local sources of revenue such as property taxes and government fees.
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Republic Act No. Section 1. Toward this end, the State shall provide for a more responsive and accountable local government structure instituted through a system of decentralization whereby local government units shall be given more powers, authority, responsibilities, and resources. The process of decentralization shall proceed from the national government to the local government units. Section 3.
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