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Monthly Treasury statement
Final monthly Treasury statement
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English
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United States -- Dept. of the Treasury
United States -- Dept. of the Treasury. -- Financial Management Service
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Final' Monthly Treasury Statement of
76-1


Receipts and Outlays of the United States Government

for period from July 1, 1974 through June 30, 1975

TABLE I--TOTALS OF BUDGET RESULTS AND FINANCING (IN MILLIONS)


Fiscal Year


Actual 1975 (twelve months)..........

Comparative data:
Actual 1974 (full year) ............
Estimated 19752.................
Estimated 19762..................


Budget Receipts and Outlays


Receipts



$280,997

264,932
280,963
299,000


Outlays


$324,601

268,392
323,612
358,900


Budget
Surplus (+)
or
Deficit (-)


-$43,604

-3,460
-42,649
-59,900


Means of Finarn,,:n


By
Borrowing
from the
Public


$50,853

3,009
50,800
73,900


By Reduction
of Cash
and Monetary
Assets
Increase (-)

-$320

2,519
2,700
............


By
Other
Means


-$6,929

-2,068
-10,851
-14,000


TABLE II-SUMMARY OF BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS (In thousands)


Total
Budget
Financing


$43,604

3,460
42,649
59,900


Classification


RECEIPTS

Individual income taxes .................... ..................... ...............................
Corporation income taxes ........................................................... .....
Social insurance taxes and contributions:
Employment taxes and contributions..............................................................
Unemployment insurance.......................................................................
ConLributlon for other insurance and retirement ...............................................
Excise taxes ............................................................................. ........
Estate and gift taxes .............................................................. ............
Customs .........................................................................................
Miscellaneous .......................................................... .......................
Total............... .......................................................................
OUTLAYS

Legislative Branch ..............................................................................
The Judiciary ....................................................................... .......
Executive Office of the President ................................................................
Funds Appropriated to the President:
International security assistance..................................... .. ............
International development assistance ............................... ..........
Other ........................................................ ......
Department of Agriculture ........................................
Department of Commerce ....................................... ............. .
Department of Defense Military ............................... j *................:. .....
Department of Defense Civil......... ...... ........... ......... .. ....................'. ..
Department of Health, Education, and Welfare................... .. .. ................... *. ...
Department of Housing and Urban Development .................. ..; ... ........ ... ....
Department of the Interior.................................... .
Department of Justice ........................... ... ........... .................... : .. .
Department of Labor ......................................... .............. ...
Department of State ............................................ ..............
Department of Transportation ......................................... .. .- .. 1 I ......
Department of the Treasury: -.r/U %
Interest on the public debt .......................................... .-ff|(|N T. -", ......
General Revenue Sharing ............................................. // ...........
Other...................................................... ................................
Energy Research and Development Administration .................................................
Environmental Protection Agency ..................................................................
General Services Administration..................................................................
National Aeronautics and Space Administration .....................................................
Veterans Admmistration ........................................................................
Independent agencies.................................................................... ......
Allowances, undistributed.....................................................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts:
Federal employer contributions to retirement funds................................................
Interest on certain Government accounts.........................................................
Rents and royalties on the Outer Continental Shelf lands ............................................

Total .....................................................................................
Surplus (+) or deficit (-) ..........................................................................


Actual Budget
This Fiscal Estimates
Year to Date Full Fiscal Year2


$122,385,980
40,621,179
75,204,416
6,770,706
4,465,868
16,550,686
4,611,125
3,675,532
6,711,349
280,996,840


$121,648,000
41,000,000
75,147,000
6,887,000
4,474,000
16,536,000
4,440,000
3,770,000
7,061,000
280,963,000


________________ 1:_ ________


726,049
283,754
92,826
994,262
1,556,625
1,020,996
9,724,876
1,582,926
85,420,124
2,051,164
112,410,756
7,488,207
2,161,594
2,066,906
17,648,568
844,292
9,246,562
32,665,008
6,137,917
2,374,224
3,198,199
2,530,463
-624,054
3,266,708
16,575,008
17,255,173
..............

-3,980,206
-7,690,002
-2,427,965
324,600,960


-43,604,120


742,896
308,127
108,674
1,266,600
1,624,149
1,022,947
10,333,818
1,630,997
85,885,000
2,167,331
112,188,536
5,707,227
2,190,627
2,061,192
17,444,299
965,363
9,328,514

32,800,000
6,129,000
2,290,629
3,128,267
2,936,736
-766,166
3,267,200
16,726,121
16,181,881

-3,998,105
-7,759,517
-2,300,000
323,612,343


-42,649,343


See footnotes on page 3.
Source: Bureau of Government Financial Operations, Department of the Treasury


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Classification


(Assets and Liabilities
Directly Related to the Budget)

LIABILITY ACCOUNTS

l..rr A III. Irom the public:
Pull., .l,.lIi ...u itI.. issued under general
financing .ulin .rtl-..s
S1,. j llnt -i the United States, issued by:
L' Ii .i1 i.-iir. Treasury ............................
Federal Financing Bank ............................

Total public debt securities......................

%_-,i L~ lrities, issued under p- i iil financing
altr I.r ii,. : (See Schedule B. Foi .ithi r agency
borrowing, see Schedule C.) ............................

Total federal securities. ......... .............

Deduct:
Federal securities held as investments of
government accounts (See Schedule D) ..............

Total borrowing from the public...............

Accrued interest payable on public debt securities ..........
Deduct:
Accrued interest receivable on public debt securities
held as investments of government accounts .......

Total accrued interest payable to the public.....

Deposit funds:
Allocations of special drawing rights ....................
Other ................................................

Miscellaneous liability accounts (Includes checks
outstanding etc. ) ...................................... .

Total liability accounts.......................

ASSET ACCOUNTS (Deduct)

Cash and monetary assets:'3
U. S. Treasury operating cash ..........................
Special dJriai ir,- rights:
Tutil nAlo in. ......................................
SDR certificates issued to Federal Reserve Banks ......

Balance ..........................................

Gold tranche drawing rights:
U.S. subscription to International Monetary Fund:
Direct quota payments (see note on page 24) ..........
Maintenance of aIlur. adju -tI n Ht- i( ,. note .'n p%-- 2 ...
Special notes i-. u..d r.-, 1.lF ...........................
Other demand liabilities issued to IMF .................
Receivable Payable (-) for U.S. currency valuation
adjustment (see note on page 24) .....................

Balance ..........................................

Other cash and monetary assets ........................

Total cash and monetary assets ............

Miscellaneous asset accounts .............................


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5,030,269 :58.944,447 16.918,210
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5,029,809 58.953.447 16,918,210



-55,203 -1,069,141 903,209

4.974,606 57,884,306 17,821,420


4,407.351 7.031.178 14,812,849

567,254 50,853,128 3,008,571

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540,772 425,045


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-320,992 510,473

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-3,059,147 51.491,497



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-20,344 122.925


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-153,639

26,797

48,982

-893,604

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Total asset accounts ...................... -2,144.743

Excess of liabilities (+) or assets (-) ...................... -914,404 +

T r n ,. ri, inot applied to current year's surplus or deficit
IS e Scr. d.ul- A for details).............................. -606,688

Total budget i inar.ir,, [Financing of deficit (+) or


201,436
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248,000

-153,639

1,120.797

646.532

320,167

-1.329,763

-1.009,597

52,501,093i

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disposition I -urpf.l (-) .............................. -1,Z.1,09Z 43 .

See footnotes on page 3.


Account Balances
Current Fiscal Year

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'474 234 81' 5;28.148,994 c533,179,263
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474,234,816 528,158,454 533,188,263



12,012,272 10,998,334 10,943,131

486,247,088 539,156,788 544,131,393



140,193,922 142,817,748 147,225,099
346,053.166 396.339,040 396,906,294

2,920.613 5,396.385 3 119 24-


357,447 357,447 2,948,947! 331,033
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276,733 2 7a7 '39 2,860.174 2,836,308
-296,062 3 :"'7 391 4.188,855 3,867,863

313,251 7,813,617 11,269,815 7,447,500
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-3,416,725 9.159,226 8,538,179 7,589,140

245.288 2,194.738 ? 438 007 2,417,663
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245,288 1,794,738 1,938,007 1,917,663



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808,251 1,382,534 1,382,534 1,583,970
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-283,492 -6.167.242: -5,898,242 -5,919,242

.......... ............ ............ -153.639

524,759 1,090,292 2,184,292 2,211,088

119,130 3,549,185 4,146,735, 4,195,717

-2,527,548 15,593,442 16.807,212 15,913,609
1 :21 38' 4 11i, 173 4.017 749 2 7ir. '1

-1,246,159 19,709,815 20,844,9611 18,700,219

-4,237,818 342,844,864i .396,260,361 +395,345,957

-778,236 ............i -8,290,2851 -8,896,973


-3.459,583 342,844,864 -387,970,076 +386,448,984
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TABLE IV--SCHEDULE A--ANALYSIS OF CHANGE IN EXCESS OF LIABILITIES (In thousands)

Fiscal Year to Date


Classification


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Excess of liabilities beginning of period:
Based on composition of unified budget in preceding period...
.Jiu r..rni during current fiscal year for changes in
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Excess of liabilities beginning of period (current basis)........

Budget surplus (-) or deficit:
Based on composition of unified budget in prior fiscal year ...
Adjustments during current fiscal year for changes in
composition of unified budget ...........................

Budget surplus (-) or deficit (Table M).......................

Transactions not applied to current year's surplus or deficit:
Seigniorage ............................................
Increment on gold ......................................
Net gain (-) loss for U.S. currency valuation adjustment
(see note below) .......................................
Conversion of interest receipts of government accounts to
an accrual basis .......................................
0' 1-trua.rt F.: J r-.l ;ke r,.-i,
E\l-:.r -i.n-. r. b-Ir II.. United States ..................
P n.-r ~-., r. o ri- i Guaranty Corporation ....................
Postal Service .......................................
Rural electrification and telephone revolving fund...........
Rural telephone bank ..................................
Hou : i-. for the elderly or handicapped fund...............
Fc.J rjl Financing Bank ...............................

Total--transactions not applied to current year's surplus
or deficit ............................................

Excess of liabilities close of period.........................


$396.260,361 342,844,864 338,607.046

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396.260,361 342.844,864 338,607,046


-1,521,092 43,604,120 3.459,583



-1.521,092 43,604,120 3,459.583


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462,227
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1 112 248
476,670
109,701
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1,228,276
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773,?77
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778,236


395,345.957 395.345.957 342,844,864


See footnotes on page 3.

Note: Beginning with this issue, the U.S. subscription to International Monetary Fund of $8. 083 billion is reflected on two lines--Direct qu...L, pay mnits
and Maintenance of value J;i_-i .,,i- nIMF currency valuation adjustments and par value modifications). The balance of $6.7 billion repre ,enth. the
U. S. subscription of $6. 7 rlli r, -;i-,F when SDR 1 = $1. 00. The balance of $1. 383 billion repr- s -il adiusini-nrs reported in May 1972 and
October 1973 in the amounts of $574,283,000 and $808,251,000 respectively, for the Par Value \1 .*ddii: a..i.r A.:I, is amended.

Includes the following currency valuation adjustments for fiscal year 1975; future adjustments will be reported monthly:

MOV adjustments Receivable/payable (-) Gain(-)/loss MOV adjustments Receivable/payable (-) ani 1i ..

1974-July -22,703 19 798 2,905 1975-Jan. 97,483 -75,168 -22,315
Aue. -123,021 1- 409 20,612 Feb. 143,925 -108,241 -35,684
-L16,931 -13,732 -3, 199 Mar. -86,518 63,541 22,977
J. I 53,153 -41,632 -11,521 Apr. -40,383 29,848 10,535
Nov. 79, 454 -61,776 -17,678 May 36,028 -26,779 -9, 249
Dec. 116, 796 -90, 499 -26, 297 Jun. -69,709 48,592 21, 117
Totals 201,436 -153,639 -47,797


TABLE IV--SCHEDULE B--AGENCY SECURITIES, ISSUED UNDER SPECIAL
FINANCING AUTHORITIES (In thousands)


'.-I Trar -.n.
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Classification

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\ ... r it. issued under special financing authorities:
>i.nic-ri t *tr.- United States, issued by:
E T..r' -[.in-- r, Bank .............. .................... ............
Otn iit '..r, guaranteedd by the United States, issued by:
[.s pr lirt' i of Defense:
Family Housing Mrtc3L s ................ ......... -?6.389
D. i.s r,-,., ',' f H..u- _. J I r i. I. -- [ :l. .'.[ n,
F. .. i. l.. .li r.tltion ... ....... ..... 2.409
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Family Housing Mortgages ....................... ...........
Obligations no! ,-u.r~na, r by the United States, issued by:
Department I rD i. -*
Homeowners Assistan' Moxrtiraee ......... ...... -1.224
Departm ent of H[lu ir. a-.i1 rl..i [,'- I Ir ,,I
Government '..I l. Mr. a '. rL. i. i r.......... .... .. ....... .
Department of the Treasury:
Federal Farm Mortgage Corporation Liquidation Fund.................
I-d po^r. & c- ,', i,
f. I r., I! .n.. I ..fi Bank Board:
Federal Home Loan Bank Board Revolving Fund.....................
Homeowners' Loan Corporation .................................
Postal Svrvice..................................................
Tennesse Valley Authority ............................ -50.000

Total agency securities........................... -55,203


A .uunl Balances
Current Fiscal Year


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This Year I Prior Year This Year This Month



300,620 2672.679 2,893,735 2.593.115 32.593,115


-105,185 -102.861 1.377,977 1,279,180 1,272,792

78,882 -3,597 408,053 484.526 486,935


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-193

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903,209


3,607

4,370.000

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12,012.272


2,277


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Transactions


Classification


Thi Mnmtr.


Agency for lnlernaitunal Development...................
Commodity Credit Corpor.dLon .........................
Export-Lmport Bank of the Uinlled Site. ................
Federal Financing Bank ...............................
Federal Home Loan Bank Boara .......................
Federal Housing Administrauon:
General insurance fund...........................
Special risk insurance fund .........................
Government National Mortgage Association:
Emergency Home Purchase Assistance fund ...........
Man.ae meant and liquidating functions .................
Spec al asi ,ltance functions ..........................
Department of H alth. Educ.aton, and Welfare:
Commiszitoner of Educaii r,. student loan insurance
fund ............................................. ..
Rural Electrification Administration.................... ....
Rural Telephone Bank.................................
Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation......... ....
Secretary of Agriculture, Farmers Home Administration:
Rural housing insurance fund .........................
Agricultural credit insurance fund................... ...
Rural development insurance fund ...................
Secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban
Deiel.ippninL
College houmng loans ............................... ...
Low-rent public housing ..............................
National flood insurance fund......................... ...
Public facility loans....................................
Urban renewal fund ...................................
Secretary of the Interior:
Bureau of Mines, helium fund ............................
Secretary of Transportation:
Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority....... ....
Smithsonian Institution:
John F. Kennedy Center parking facilities............ ....
Tennessee Valley Authority......................... ....
United States Information Agency...........................
Veterans Administration:
Veterans direct loan program....................... ...
Defense Production Act of 1950, as amended:
General Services Administration .........................
Secretary of Agriculture................................
Secretary of the Interior, Defense Minerals
Exploration Administration ............................
D.C. Commissioner?" Stadium sinking fund. Armory
Board. D.C..................................... ...

S,,Ir ,r .... ,r7,; rr .r, it,. ir.,j ,., .. ...................... .

.,.rr,,... 11 -,,, i Mr t rdrtit '-ifj i.,r,i h.,)


rTi. al Y. .r

rri- 're r



-. 1287

-2 249 825
12 864 00,3
1 247 448A


Account Balances
Current Fiscal Year


I,


t.. Date DB

Prior Yeir This 'iYea
I .


-4.* 491
-2.256.284
5.,9 238
,.02 Xw)


inr


"327 511
8.F108,03W
2 45 -.( 2
.A2 Y..,
*Lu2.iX:(i
............


ning )f

Thj~ Montr I


"327 111
4 905.273
153 724
13 114.26'.7
1 148 988


:233.024
5.046 369
207.077
13 4ft. .003
1.247 4B.


730,268 476,000 1,307,000 1,835,000 2,037,268
485,000 345,000 1,155,000 1,565,000 1,640,000


70,400 504,680 ........... ............. 434,280
-15,590 -16710 -5,320 74.900 73,780
-109,440 1,791,560 86,020 3,058,435 4,959,435


445,772
82,648
-1,200

-925,000
............
-138,711




16,045
25,000
............


-15,000
400,694
49,422
-2,200

925,000

10,000




42,833
20,000
...........


............ 4,505

............ ..........
.. ........ o. ...... .....


.... -1,877,500
.... -98,608

-38,800

416 .......... .
1 .1.' 1 j.' ;.


8.........
867


.............
6,963,336
49,422
121,076


............o
7,409,108
116,370
119,876


1,480,718 1,505,718
676,000 676,000
388,711 388,711


2,811,000
........ i;- .
53,879
360,500
800,000


504,680
58,190
4,849,995



7,409,108
132,070
119,876

555,718
676,000
250,000


2,811,000 2,811,000
.... ........ ...... ***.....
69,924 69,924
385,500 385,500
800,000 800,000


251,650 251,650

........ i -............

20,400 20,400
100,000 150,000
22,114 22,114


251,650



20,400
150,000
22,114


1,730,078 1,730,078 1,730,078

1,877,500 ............ ..............
98,608 ............ .

38,800 ............ ..............

831 416 832
S J j. ,'" j '. "] -.J


Postal Service .................................... ... .. .....
Tenr esseE V lley Autrhorty............................ 225 '00
Expori-lmport Bank lo the UnIted States ............................


I 'X0, 0Y0 '500 iO)
1.435 000 ...........
4 )49.400 .........


50) 0. 0

.............


.1 00.iXO 1.500.000
1.210.000 1 .435.000
4 049.400 4.049.400


S .. ., r ,1 r ,m ,- 'uir r. ht.J 'tL.',l bl 'i .... ..... ..

Tot r Agencv Borrowing [inanced through
issue. of Pubhc Debt Securitiez ....................


- ..4 1 J,. J ...


-__ ,'55. .1 J.J 4


-74 559' 15 724 5.


1 r.97 274


35 934 207 51 733. 32?


Note: Includes only amounts loaned to Federal Agencies in lieu of Agency Debt issuance and excludes Federal Financing Bank purchase of loans
made or guaranteed by Federal Agencies. The Federal Financing Bank borrows from Treasury and issues its own securities and in turn
may loan these funds to Agencies in lieu of Agencies borrowing directly through Treasury or issuing their own securities.


51.658.764


Thl' Muonth


S, ..- -J


~-- -- --







26 TABLE IV--SCHEDULE D--INVESTMENTS OF GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTS

IN FEDERAL SECURITIES (In thousands)


Net Purcha..e or SaJle I-)


Cl I_ L Clicallur


Sr.curiue- He l a- Investmentl
Current Frscal Year


i r T Fi..caI YWar to Date Bet nning of Clo-e of
Ti 1mumnth ,onth __ Tr Monrh
STlThi lC Month I Prior Year 'u'. Year MThl Month


TEd- rtl Fund
D-parlmrenr ,rt rc1LraIllurt
\ e rn:. : '.:ur'tv e ................ ................

D-partmr nt :of Commerce .............................

l.partment of Housing and llrban Devwl.pment
F.aeril HuZ-Lng Adminir rat ijn
Fedrr.1 housing idminmltrti:in fund
PubLlu debt secrttle ..........................
Agency 'ecuriljt ................. ...........
Goernmenrt NA[lon.l M:ortgage A 3:,cciAlmun
Sp-cl.l i:ilti.nce functi'.in runa
Agency ecuriin. .............................
IM.i u.gemni and Ilquidtiing funcuon fund
Agency -ecurlitc .........................
Guarntee- Of Mlc.rtg:ge-Backed Securitli:
Public debt seL urlteIt ..........................
A-ncv securilties. .............................
Pirilclpaiiorn aLle fund
Pubdi: debt -:ecurti. ..........................
Ag.n.y s. riuriine ..................... .........
Houing Managrm-nit
Communitv disposal v.:,ration furnd
Ae-nc; securille- ..............................
R'-ntal h,-uuilng a- ii_ ne- fund ....................
Nr'u 'o'lnmrnumie AdmilniL.irtion
Ntw Cummunjre-: fund. .............................
Feder.Il lnrur.nce Adimini r iilin
Na i:,n3l mneu.ra.nc, de rl.-pment fun,' ................

D- par n :e-nr ., It Ir. It.r .-.r
Bo:n'nrrtill P,'Aer A.n.iL-l ir tl .r ..............

Depar irt nrit f Tr :eti r ........ .. .....

'etlrran. Admlni-.trialor
\Veterani reopened inll urlnce fund ...................
Ver% er n.u 'pecit l life inzur.nce fund .................

Independent Agencies
Emrer,-nrrv LOnJ Gu.ir.nt-e Board ..................
Federal AVrinw and L,.in Insurancj C..rp..r.i n
Putll.: d.tbl -e.uri ...... .................. .. ...... .
Agency .-il-ur ..............................
N, tilonal Cridit Uruun Admuni-tral or ................

Otinr ................................. .......

T.,i, public n Di i r 'crm ii .......................
Ti, Jgency c .-urtlll. ........................

T l F .d ral fund ...................... ........ ...

Truwt Fund-
Igl1-lrti~ Branchr
UnJied Stilen Tax Court .............................
Library of Congre .............
Trhe Judiclry
JudiL .il S'urvvori Annultv Fund ......................

D.parmr ant f A ric ulrtu re .............................



D-pATirnient .f1 Defen- ..............................

Department of He.]Lr., Educali..n, .an WcLi.ar,.
FidrcIl old-age and -urvivor In.iuran., tru-i fund
Publlc debt ecur ue ..............................
Agency rli .. . . . .
Feder.a dl abllltv in urance iru-l fund ................
Fed-ral hru.plitl LUn'uranc: Iru..t fund
Public debt l curimtie .............................
Agerni, iE curltie' ..................................
Federal upplcmeriA.ry medical in-urani Ira.i fund....
Other .......... .. ......... ......................


-.F. r~1, -,6. 01

Ii. 012 14.800


:47 215

62.911


Ml41.215

78.923


-'472 199 57 68.450 1 82r, 827 1.406,726
-5 -5 710 191.288 191.222


III

-142

1 44.3
_;.i4

28 8K7



154

-1 325

-12 30)


-1.5 5,A4

-1 146 8 .,1


11 i'54
12 i'63


75

9.8;.
970

5 11

-- 70

-1 257 37,




-18




-:17

203/



-541 720

2.31. 1:8t
190 474

-45 ,0s3


r..472

-4.208

7 345
2 3768

249 01l
-25.925


14.737

-. 50)

-7 arkt


II) 815

-912 .537


-5.731

-916

7 876


191.193
-7 455


11.001

3.64KI

4.800




-570.156I


84.802

47,120

15.958


1.0 8.3.09
112.6"70

388
19.572

11.978

85 78;.




2.363.945


32 798 31.j22 284.315
41 586 17.937 39i),5T7.


91.164

4J.054

21 .M4
3.043

1 288.520
86,745

388
34.155

6,803

90.286


176.379

2.598,269


306.059
420.(178


7 2.i 4.755 9.0'70 16.227

A15 11 '77 7617 3.284.343 3,589.989
27 ... ..... 141 950 141.950
13 574 13 680 40,769 53 373

.4.720 37 410 170.630i 200.235

Ic I .8 2.4.474 9.014.988 10.287 862
-27.321 -25.811 625 432 598.780

-11.15 2n08.6,3 9.640.4.? 10 88f..f42


70
1.340
901 I

-4.14

-19

-52



2 175.159

-36.822

I. 8A. .528

147 '29


50 398


907 9.0)55

-91 942

5 130

?92 1.3093


2.216 r41

391.359

3 F41.990

531 054
1i.H0


37.162.2(4
555,001
8.194,588

7 814.355
50.000
1.230.685
182


4n8
1,478

9.971

453

328

1.463



39.879.143
555.000
7.926.658

9.220,409
50.000
1.423.217
182


S41,215

78.923



1,406,484
191.222


91,274

42,912

23.303
2.378

1.317,327
86,745


388
14,309

5.478

77,986


10,815

1,451,408


317.113
432.161


16.302

3,599,854
141,977
54.343

205.350

9.031.156
598.111

9.629.267



468
1.340

9.956

508

III

1,257



39.337,423
555.000
8,157.766
9.710.883
50.000
1.378,214
182







TABLE IV--SCHEDULE D--INVESTMENTS OF GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTS
IN FEDERAL SECURITIES--Continued (In thousands)


Classification



Trust Funds--Continued
Department of the Interior ............................

Department of Labor:
Unemployment trust fund ............................
Other............................................

Department of State:
Foreign service retirement and disability fund.........
Other............................ .... ..... .....

Departm enl of Transportation:
Airport and airway trust fund ........................
Highway trust fund .................................
Other..........................................

Department of the Treasury............................

General Service Administration .......................

Veterans Administration:
Government life insurance fund .......................
National service life insurance fund:
Public debt securities.............................
Agency securities..............................
General Post Fund National Homes ..................

Independent agencies:
Civil Service Commission:
Civil service retirement and disability fund:
Public debt securities ..........................
Agency securities............................
Employees health benefits fund.....................
Employees life insurance fund.....................
Retired employees health benefits fund..............
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation................
Railroad Retirement Board:
Public debt securities.............................
Agency securities .......................... .....

Total public debt securities.......................
Total agency securities............................

Total trust funds......................... ......
Off-budget Federal agencies:
Postal Service:
Public debt securities...............................
Agency securities ...............................
Rural Telephone Bank.................................
Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation .................

Total public debt securities.......................
Total agency securities............................

Total Off-budget Federal agencies................


Net Purchases or Sales (-) Securities Held as Investments
Current Fiscal Year

This month Fiscal Year to Date Beginning of Clos
This Year Prior Year This Year This Month This


$8,810 $7,879 $1,151 $2,066 $1,135

-785,463 -4,937,917 1,164,643 12,121,390 7,968,936 7,
............ ............ ........... 31 31

40,788 48,659 38,884 103,446 111,317
............ 10 -90 100 110


142,932
455,693
............


1,058,309
1,936,620
............


-7,246 -7,846

-525 -135


877,839
2,049,152
-13

4,450


877,839 1,793,216
7,599,203 9,080,130
10 10

38,506 37,906

3,088 3,478


10,026 -47,145 -38,860 650,845

170,571 110,546 177,823 6,605,188
... ............ 310,000
-600 ............ ........... 1,429


4,809,637 4,275,919 3,465,344

42,878 63,381 57,144
98,513 302,503 154,044
-2,937 -7,000 -7,300
-5,171 404,284 224,983

965,714 -290,345 -59,778
. .......... ...........
6 077.957 7.101.921 14.89q.3?8

6.077.957 7.101.921 14.8 2.i328


-413,436 -71,541 -310,058
-18,800 17,775
-3,629 4,140
205 34,379 ...........

-413.231 -40.791 -305.918


........-413,231
-413,231


-18,800 17,775

-59,591 -288,143


Grand Total........................................... 4,407,351 7,031,178


14,812,849


33,956,123
375,000
245,751
1,396,825
29,081
5,860,812

4,499,124
50,000
128 404,763
1 340.i00

129 744 763


593,674

6,545,163
310,000
2,029


1,
9,








6,


e of
Month


$9,945

,183,473
31

152,105
110

936,148
,535,823
10

30,660

2,953

603,700

,715,734
310,000
1,429


33,422,405 38,232,042
375,000 375,000
266,254 309,132
1,600,815 1,699,328
25,018 22,081
6,270,267 6,265,096

3,243,065 4,208,779
50,000 50,000
129.428.727 135.506.684
1.340.000 i 1.340.000

130.768.7-27 136.846.684


774,855 1,116,750 703,315
22,775 3,975 3,975
11,109 7,480 7,480
............ 34,174 34,379


785,964
22,775

808,739
140,193,922


1,158,404
3,975

1,162,379


F ______


142,817,748


745,174
3,975

749,149


147,225,099


MEMORANDUM

Investments in securities of privately owned
Government-sponsored enterprises:
Milk market orders assessment fund ................... ........................... 200 200 200 200

Total ......................................... ............ ............. 200 200 200 200

Note: Investments are in public debt securities unless otherwise noted.


i i






28 TABLE V--COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS

BY MONTHS OFr CURRENT FISCAL YEAR
(Figures are rounded in millions of dollars and may not add to totals)


Fiscal Com-
Classification July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec Jan. Feb March April May June ar parable
p c.FMay e To Period
Prior
In Date F.JY.
RECEIPTS
Individual income taxes....... 10.80' Y l10 485 13.947 .10.590 10.832 10 799 :il1.487 !7.747 F4.13-1 ?16.0.5 1.630 113.123 322.386 118.952
Corporation income taxes..... I 485 828 5 "47 1 20. 797 r.2_. I 188 778 6.579 5.093 1.174 9.578 40.621 38.620
Social insurance taxes and
contributions:
Employment taxes and
contributions............... 5.05 7 813 5 ..8 4 558 6.*.3 4 995 5 025 7.895 6.476 7.181, 8,029 5.926 75.204 65,892
Unemployment insurance ... 418 1 363 .2 221 ,2 89 245 -32 21 557, 2 209 92 6,771 6.837
Contributions for other
insurance and retirement.. 358 368 389 3P3 3 35 35'. 402 352 373 388 350 413 4.466 4,051
Excise taxes ................ 1.517 1 415 1 4_V5 1.401 1 474 1.489 1.351 1 277 1.1.0 1 16 1.373 1.464 16,551 16.844
Estate and gift taxes ......... 418 453 352 370 350i 341 385 399 375 317, 459 412 4,'.11 5.035
Customs.................... 325 355 305 347 319 307 307 260 295 286j 27 301 3.e 76 3.334
Miscellaneous............... 67 540 543 578 773 301 '.29' 535 741 399 559 5(8 6.711' 5.369


Total--receipts this
year.................

T7bal-recelpts prior year ....

OUTLAYS

Legislative Branch..........
The Judiciary ...............
Executive Office of the
President..................
Funds appropriated to the


President:
International security
assistance ............... -313
International development
assistance ............... 137
Other................... .7
Department of Agriculture:
Foreign assistance, special
export programs and
Commodity Credit
Corporation.............. -118
Other....................... 5)2
Department of Commerce ... 127
Department of Defense: = -
Military:
Department of the Army.. 1,663
Department of the Navy... 2,086
Department of Air Force 1,783
Defense agencies ........ 781
Civil defense............ 1
Allowance undistributed ........


Total Military.........

Civil......................
Department of Health,
Education, and Welfare:
Social and Rehabilitation
Service...................
Federal old-age and
survivors insurance trust
fund.....................
Federal disability insurance
trust fund...............
Federal hospital insurance
trudt fund................
Federal supplementary
medical insurance trust
fund....................
Other....................


6,313

125


1,114

4,435

617

793

309
1,422


2 99 23.620 28 377 19 33 22 292 24 94t 25.020 19,975 20.14 :'1 451 12 793 31.817 280.997
.. _.L. ---. .. .. .* i I -
I I


,7 :.8 42 88 58 60 46, 59 ?1 41 52 84 726, 625
18 18 1'. 22 20 18 19 -1 53 44 37 21 284 205

7 F 5 7 7 5 4 20 9 12 93 66


-13, I 2?

75 ; 1
79 5,9


59 102 206 -159i 223 35 ?I'. 168 362 994 1.201

141 1.5 216 '.4 137 170 75 161 120 1.557 1,400
i7 100 73 85 A) 5 69 rO 220 1.021 1 728


-65 73 4.r 162 136 148 219 151 182 101 75 1.519 I 1.661
411 543 37 327 769 1 397 549 (.78 847 789 1.087 8.20. 8.107
128 111 149 127 13 i 155' 123 141 128 109 151 1.583 1.455
.... .... ......- t r : _- r --- --9- -

1.994 1 8.6 1 992 1.80.9 1.921i 1 832, 1 749 815 I I 53. 1.913 1.768 121.918 21.395
2 187 2 124 2.277 2 258 2 315 2.2'* 2 185 2.369 2 326 2 497 2.472 27.393 23,984
2 12' 1 982 2 18'. 2 2CH1. 2 137 2 108 2 103 2 084 2.162 2.154 2.017 ,25.042 23,928
747 76 781 I 055 879 984 -1 99 1.024 96.0 1 054 950 10.980 8.243
S 7 7 A7 II 8 8 5 9 8 86 75
S. .. .. ... ........ ...... ..... ...... ........

7 02 74. 7.24r. 7.389 7 258 7.231 7.044 7.300 F..989 7.627 7.2I6 85.420 77.625

177 ?11 198 203 20, 153 129 137 138 156 224 2.051 1.682


I 108 1.149 I 101 1.133 1.299 I 24', 1.22' 1 iXw. f.7- 1.728 1,698 14 479 13.225
I I

4 505 4 579 4 598 4 581 4 1.73 4.'.26 4.717 4 739 4 732 4 779 1 5.713 56.678 49.484

E.23 ? I,' .51 F.58 .79 662 9 2 1.75 712, 724 7.983 6.381

823 7"5 tt0 e32 872 i 18 ')1 97F I IX.4 953 924 10.610 8.065

313 292 339 349 I 32 385 344 368 403 .347 387 4. 169 3.284
1 436 1 450 1 491 I 579 1.582 9:6,3 1 361 1.937 2.640 1,161 471 18,492 13.298







TABLE V--COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS 29
BY MONTHS OF CURRENT FISCAL YEAR--Contlnued
(Figures are rounded in millions of dollars and may not add to totals)

.-. T T .is
YeaFr Iparable
Classification July Aug. Sept. Oct. No.. Dec. Jan. F.b. March April May June o Perlod
Dato Prior
____________ \ ,_ Dat

OUTLAYS--Continued
Department of Housing
and Urban Development ..... $688 $760 $681 $573 $606 $621 $964 $372 $794 $501 $514 $414 t7.488 $4,786
Department ol the Interior.... 240 231 242 180 176 133 265 75 216 70 163 155 2.162 1,793
Department of Justice........ 146 202 159 173 150 152 205 175 167 185 172 180 2,067 1,797
Department of Labor:
Unemployment trust fund... 597 593 540 556 561 933 1,293 1,456 1,738 1,727 1,610 1,607 13,211 6,149
Other .................... 355 256 196 207 258 217 343 275 475 482 457 917 4,437 2,818
Department of State ......... 166 67 74 66 67 62 81 74 48 51 57 30 844 735
Department of Transportation:
Highway trust fund ........ 230 413 469 538 561 481 399 284 385 359 334 285 4,738 4,510
Other .................... 277 357 333 322 406 353 405 355 353 361 449 536 4,509 3,595
Department of The Treasury:
Interest on the public debt.. 2,687 2,657 2,715 2,714 2,662 2,794 2,810 2,621 2,739 2,740 2,761 2,765 32,665 29,319
Interest on refunds, etc. ... 19 20 18 19 41 18 20 12 20 15 23 18 244 226
General revenue sharing ... 1,538 (*) 7 1,533 4 (*) 1,528 (*-) (i 1,524 (*) 5 6,138 6,106
Other ..................... 23 -125 168 -88 145 -135 -114 105 162 180 18 1,788 2,131 342
Energy Research and Devel-
opment Administration ...... 121 235 242 272 300 259 235 308 293 308 244 382 3,198 2,362
Environmental Protection
Agency .................... 119 107 139 165 200 205 205 201 271 325 258 336 2,530 2,032
General Services
Administration .......... -296 -10 -24 -170 -2 96 -122 36 69 -133 -25 -43 -624 -276
National Aeronautics and
Space Administration ....... : 216 247 267 281 297 288 298 283 315 287 301 185 3,267 3,252
Veterans Administration:
Compensadton, pension, and
benefit programs ........... 666 621 615 612 621 622 653 619 628 639 639 646 7,581 6,633
Government life insurance
fund..................... 9 5 6 7 5 7 6 21 6 5 5 5 86 78
National service life
insurance fund............. 59 50 51 59 44 56 61 191 46 40 39 36 731 623
Other..................... 522 557 474 539 669 947 677 750 722 821 779 721 8,178 6,003
Independent agencies:
Civil Service Commission.. 489 528 562 597 671 577 553 633 581 639 671 536 7,036 5,692
Postal Service............ 388 1,163 ...... ............. 281 ..... ..... ..... ....... ..... 46 1,877 1,698
Small Business
Administration ........... 31 205 12 55 23 62 23 30 53 35 18 70 618 753
Tennessee Valley Authority. 27 33 70 46 70 122 59 21 75 69 69 106 767 401
Other..................... 471 441 825 694 580 854 461 308 543 543 553 683 6,957 5,119
Undistributed offsetting re-
ceipts:
Federal employer contribu-
tions to retirement fund... -271 -286 -309 -269 -264 -278 -619 -285 -232 -327 -300 -541 -3,980 -3,319
Interest credited to certain
accounts................. -697 -492 -717 -692 -527 -749 -697 -427 -693 -691 -530 -765 -7,690 -6,578
Rents and Royalties on Outer
Continental Shelf Lands ... -30 -59 -48 -317 -1,148 -49 -34 -58 -312 -35 -44 -295 -2,428 -6,748
Allowances Undistributed..... ..... ..... ..... ........ ..... ..... ..... .......... .... ......... .............

Total outlays--this year.. 24,411 25.408 24.712 26,460 24.965 27,442 .28.934 26.200 27.986 29.601 28,186 30.296 324.601

Toal Outlays-proryear..... .. I... 'r' i -'' ; .J .'. I J J J,
Surplus (+) or deficit (-) this
year ..................... -3,472 -1.787 -3.666 -6,827 -2.673 -2.496 -3.914 -6.225 -7,852 -1.850 .15394 -1.521 -43.604
-- ,,
Swurlusf(+or deficit -prioryear.... -; ,i .- .' I V ja -I. 'Ij L -i-
See footnotes on page 3.







30 TABLE VI--TRUST FUND IMPACT ON BUDGET RESULTS AND INVESTMENT HOLDINGS (In millions)


Current Mrontl

Classification E


Rerciplt Outlayi or .u~t -
Liy I I


Flical YWar to Dale


reael
Rr L.-ipt Outlay- or
layIs


s iecurntien Held as In
Current Fiscal
s ..I
pl- I Begmnnirg of
Utl- L -
"' Thi veur I Trui month


investment
Year


Cluse of
Lhis monrlh


Trust receipts, outlays, and invest-
ments held:
Federal old-age and survivors
insurance......................
Federal disability insurance ......
Federal hospital insurance........
Federal supplementary medical
insurance......................
Federal employees retirement....
Federal employees life and health
benefits.......................
Federal Deposit Insurance Corp...
Airport and airway ..............
General Revenue Sharing .........
Highway ........................
Military assistance advances .....
Raitlr..ad r.i iremen .............
Line mploymenI ........... ......
Vet-ran. Jith in urance ... ......
All ouier Lrust ..................

Tru lt iund r ct plps alt d jatla --.y
*.n itr nD.I1. of Titl [I] inl
intir nienr : held [r...,r
TilbLe IV D ................

lnrerur.n dj rc l-pt- ,..,lls el i.'. ,nst
Lru-l I und o .I J ....... .. .

To tl [rus Iund ri .:ipl. and
outlay ................... .

Fetdera l nid r i.:ipt.p and .ulA. ; Or.
ire bai- of TALle I ................
[nteriund r-rc,:pls .4:llii agairnsi
Federal fund outla s .. ....... ...


T..,,al Fedrlral fund rrce pplt and
outlay ...... ......... ... 24 802
T.till interturl re,. plts and outlays ... -8 373

NEt L.tas.1 r c..: ptl and outlays ....... 31.817


$3,958
717
1,112

168
245


86

507

139
92

2


$3,650
450
610

213
-4,602


$309 $55,207 $52,143
267 7,250 7,284
502 11,258 9,305

-45 1,901 1,737
4,847 2,565 -1,779


-153 153
3 -3
-5 91
5 -5
7 500
23 -23
189 -49
678 -586
-242 242
23 -3.21


962
6,205
6,188

I 4849
6 771

40


-361
-408
483
6,138
4,257
-878
2 805
11.788
-99
16


7 026 1.148 5 878 99.836 92.428

S362 36 .... 19 726 19.726

15.388 9 510 5 878 119 Y.2 112.154


24 791 29 148 -4.357

11 ....


29.159 -4 357
- 8 373 ........

30.296 1 521


$3,065
-34
1,952

166
4,344

361
408
479
67
1,931
878
-1.316
-5 017
99
24


$37,717
8,195
7,864

1,231
34,435

1,672
5,861
878

7,599
..........
4.549
12.121
7 %7
5F.


7 408 129.745


$40,434 39,892
7,927 8.158
9,270 9.761

1,423 1,378
33,909 38,759

1,892 2,031
6,270 6.265
1,793 1.936
........... ............6
9,080 9,536
........... ........... .
3.293 4,259
7.969 7,184
7.452 7.631
57 57



130.769 136,847


7 408
; I


187.366 238.377 -51,012

130 130 .. .


187.496 238.507

-26,061 -26 1061

280 917 324.l60


-51.012


-43.604


See footnotes on page 3.

Note: Interfund receipts and outlays are transactions between Federal funds and trust funds, such as, Federal payments and contributions, Federal
employer contributions, and interest and profits on investments in Federal securities. They have no net effect on overall budget receipts and
outlays since the receipt side of such transactions is offset against budget outlays. In this table, interfund receipts are shown as an adjustment
to arrive at total receipts and outlays of trust funds and Federal funds respectively. Included in total interfund receipts and outlays are $6,205
million in federal funds transferred to trust funds for general revenue sharing.


I I


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TABLE VII--SUMMARY OF RECEIPTS BY SOURCE AND OUTLAYS BY FUNCTION (In thousands) 31

Total Budget


Source



NET RECEIPTS

Individual income taxes .........................................................
Corporaltin income taxes ...................................................
Soc al insurance taxes and contributions:
Employment taxes and contributions ...........................................
Unemployment insurance .....................................................
Contributions for other insurance and retirement ................................
Excise taxes ...................................................................
Estate and gift taxes ...........................................................
Customs...................................................................
Miscellaneous .................................................................

Total......................................................................

OUTLAYS

Nauonal defense ..............................................................
International affairs and finance .................................................
General science, space, and technology ......... ..............................
Natural resources, environment, and energy .....................................
Agriculture ..................................................................
Commerce and transportation .................................................
Community and regional development ............................................
Education, manpower, and social services .......................................
Healut.......................................................................
Income security ..............................................................
Veterans benefits and services .................................................
Law enforcement and justice ....................................................
General government ...........................................................
Revenue sharing and general purpose fiscal assistance .............................
Interest ....................................................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts ..............................................

Total..................................................... ............


This Month



$13,123,107
9,577,550

5,926,474
92,123
412,517
1,463,895
411,765
301,395
507,837

31 31.6r64


7,854,311
557,031
256,456
787,840
178,844
1,288,859
452,558
1,684,441
2,594,133
11,564,166
1,412,451
237,629
521,010
-14,400
2,521,100
-1,600,857

30,295,572


Fiscal Year
To Date



.122 38&. 980
40 621,179

75,204,416
6,770,706
4,465,868
16,550,686
4,611,125
3,675,532
6,711,349

280.996, t4,


88,238,343
4,198,391
4,153,842
7,921,034
1,991,066
15,565,537
4,410,026
15,110,280
27,444,483
108,888,538
16,595,145
2,759,043
3,704,602
6,699,984
31,018,819
-14,098,173

324,600,960


Comparable Period
Prior Fiscal Year



$118,951,631
38,619,654

65,892,164
6,836,545
4,051,342
16,843,668
5,034,640
3,334,138
5,368,613
264.932. -4


78,568,540
3,593,005
4,154,043
6,390,241
2,230,029
13,100,014
4,910,094
11,600,144
22,073,035
84,431,067
13,386,006
2,462,102
3,327,174
6,746,029
28,072,121
-16,651,661

268,391,983


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