It came after a report highlighted Renfrewshire Council had come bottom of the league table for local government grant funding every year since 2009.
Council leader Mark Macmillan said the treatment of Renfrewshire reflects broader problems in the Scottish Government's funding and prioritising of council services.
His comments followed evidence from the council presented to a consultation by the Scottish Parliament's Local Government and Regeneration Committee on the Scottish Government Budget.
Councillor Macmillan said: "The refusal to give us the money to provide the services our community needs amounts to a 'Renfrewshire Deficit'.
"The evidence gathered by Renfrewshire Council has proved that beyond doubt. The combined impact of the 'Renfrewshire Deficit' means that the council is losing out on at least £14 million of funding each year.
"Everyone knows these are difficult times for public services.
"However, we have made a clear and compelling case that our area - which has long-running social and economic problems - should have its fair share of the available national funding."
A spokesman for the Scottish Government said: "Despite the most dramatic reduction in public spending ever imposed on Scotland by the UK Government, the outcome of Spending Review 2011 delivered a flat cash revenue settlement for local government for 2012-15 on a like-with-like basis. Renfrewshire Council is currently receiving its fair share in 2013-14, which amounts to more than £305m."