|Class I||more than 20 million Baht||78 TAO|
|Class II||12-20 million Baht||65 TAO|
|Class III||6-12 million Baht||68 TAO|
|Class IV||3-6 million Baht||298 TAO|
|Class V||less than 3 million Baht||5788 TAO|
In the original transcripts on the municipal upgrades two monetary numbers are listed, but I am not sure if one of this refers to the income as in the above table. For example in the recent one on Hat Sai Ri in Chumphon it says
รายได้จริงไม่รวมเงินอุดหนุน 26.40 ล้านบาท รายจ่ายประจำ 5.94 ล้านบาทIf I read it right, the second one means the annual expenses of the TAO, in this case 5.94 million Baht. Thus if the 26.4 million Baht is the income, it'd mean this TAO was one of the top class. But I am not sure if only class one TAO are qualified to become municipalities, as I haven't checked any other of these numbers in the transcripts.