|Revenues and Beginning Fund Balances||2009||2010||2011|
|General Revenue-Related Adjusted Fund Balance *||$6,815,179||$2,133,790||$38,924,685|
|General Revenue-Related Revenues **||$38,817,388||$37,531,486||$39,159,648|
|Adjustment to Dedicated Account Balances||$(28,272)||0||0|
|Total Revenue and Fund Balances||$45,604,295||$39,665,276||$78,084,333|
|Probable Disbursements and Other Adjustments||2009||2010||2011|
|Disbursements for Foundation School Programs||$13,546,100||0||0|
|State Textbook Disbursements||0||0||0|
|Other Probable Disbursements||$28,864,766||0||0|
|Reserve for Transfers to the Economic Stabilization Fund||$1,059,639||$740,592||$966,000|
|Total Probable Disbursements and Other Adjustments||$43,470,505||$740,592||$966,000|
|Estimated Ending Certification Balance, August 31||$2,133,790||$38,924,685||$77,118,333|
|Total Appropriation Authority||$43,513,068|
* Excludes constitutionally restricted accounts, dedicated lottery proceeds, and oil overcharge balances.
** Excludes constitutionally restricted motor fuels transfer to the State Highway Fund.
Note: Totals may not sum because of rounding.
SOURCE: Susan Combs, Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts.
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