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Final monthly Treasury statement
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Mon. Treas. statement receipts outlays U.S. gov.
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SMonthly Treasury Statement of n


Receipts and Outlays of the United States Go ment

for the fiscal year through December 31, 1981 S-

TABLE I-TOTALS OF BUDGET AND OFF-BUDGET RESULTS AND FINANCING (In ml

Total Budget and Off-Budget Results Means of Financing

Buj -i CO f PtuajL't T .,r J VI i' B Rlt,.n
Period Bud-t Bu,.I[ Surjplu i -' Surplus i iurpl.- 1 -1 ..r r..i a ion -ary l uer ',:l
R.cnplti C~tI'j or or or from the an Moneta ry ner f and
Deficit (-) Deficit (-) Deficit (-) Public IncreaseMeans .


Current month (DIecemter 1981) :7 47 :7r. -'1i 4 -: 1 HI i. 4 I'J :.1i 2
Actual 1982 (three months)........... 117 191 !95 4,6 -48,216 -3,572 -51,787 35,621 5,722 10,444 51,787
Comparative data:
Actual 1981 t three months).... 127,002 1 : 7'5 -27,793 -2,149 -29,942 27,656 1 i., 205 29,942
Actual 1981 Itull year)............ 602,612 -i60 44 -57,932 -21,005 -78,936 79,329 -: 7 1,485 78,936
Estmate 1982.. ......... .......... ........ ........ ......... .. ........ .. ..... ........ .. ........... ..


TABLE II--SUMMARY OF RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS (In millions)

Ac Actual Actual Budlet
This M th This Fiscal Comparable rI rm r t ,
is Mon Year to Date Prior Period Full Fiscal Year-

BUDGET RECEIPTS
Individual income taxes .................................... $25,770 370,100 $65,726
Corporation income taxes .................................. 10,220 12,229 11,674
Social msurance taxes and contributions:
Employment taxes and contributions ....................... 13,504 41 28 31,102
Unemployment insurance ................................. 221 .' .3 2,792
Contrnbunons for c'lner insurance and retirement............ 917 ? 155 1,709
Excise taxes ............................................. 3,633 10.452 7.257
Estate and gift taxes ....................................... 642 1,883 1 687
Customs duties ............................................ 823 2,336 1,832
Miscellaneous receipts ..................................... 1,679 4,384 3,239
TOTAL............................................. 57,407 147,191 127,002
BUDGET OUTLAYS
Legislative branch ......................................... 119 325 281
The Judciary .............................. ............... 63 156 163
Executive Office of the President ............................ 5 22 22
Funds Appropriated to the President:
International security assistance .......................... 375 1,212 1,401
International development assistance ..................... 58 462 338
Other.................................................... 110 122 -5,016
Department of Agriculture .................................. 4,793 11,010 7,029
Department of Commerce.................................. 162 538 654
Department of Defense Military........................... 15,880 44,120 36,587
Department of Defense Civil ............................. 271 811 788
Department of Education ................................... 1,415 4,098 3,589
Department of Energy ...................................... 599 I .24 2,339
Department of Health and Human Services.................... 33,866 74 Mci 55,070
Department of Housing and Urban Development ............... 1,425 3,991 3,615
Department of the Interior.................................. 420 1,299 1,263
Department of Justice ...................................... 199 623 698
Department of Labor....................................... 2,325 5,854 7,850
Department of State ........................................ 142 595 549
Department of Transportation................. ............ 1,791 5,069 5,720
Department of the Treasury:
General revenue sharing..................................... ................ 1,145 1,705
Interest on the public debt ................................ 14,791 31 .' 23,914
Other...................................................... -1,514 -. -1,648
Environmental Protection Agency ........................... 425 1 4:3 1,512
National Aeronautics and Space Administration ................ 551 1,726 1,403
Veterans Administration.................................... 3,214 7,076 6,603
Other independent agencies ................................. 3,104 9,024 10,206
Allowances. undisinbuled ..................................
Undist nbuted offsetting receipts:
Federal employer contributions to retirement funds ......... -628 -1,640 -1,340
Interest on certain Government accounts ................... -6,708 -7,201 -6,307
Rents and royalties on the Outer Continental Shelf lands...... -373 -1,882 -4,192
TOTAL ............................................ 76,875 195,406 154,795

BUDGET SURPLUS (+) OR DEFICIT (-) ........ -19,468 -48,216 -27,793
Off-budget surplus (+) or deficit (-).............. ........ -1,048 -3,572 -2,149
Total surplus (+) or deficit (-)............................ -20,516 -51,787 -29,942
See footnotes on page 3.
Source: Bureau of Government Financial Operations, Department of the Treasury.














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LIABILITY ACCOUNTS
BorrLVain" Ironw the public
Public debt securline issued under general financial
authorities:
Oblicin -,ns :of the United States, issued by:
UniTed States Treasury ..........................
Federal Financing Bank ............................

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

Agency .scuroIies. issued under special financing
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Total federal securities .........................

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

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

Accrued interest payable to the public .....................
Allocations of special drawing rights ......................
Deposit funds ..... ...................................
Miscellaneous liability accounts (Includes checks
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Total liability accounts..........................

ASSET ACCOUNTS (Deduct)
Cash and monetary assets:
U. S. Treasury operating cash:
Federal Reserve account ...........................
Tax and loan note accounts ...........................

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

Special drawing rights:
Total h j idi n s .......................................
SDR certiccaite issued to Federal Reserve Banks.......

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

Reserve position on the U. S. quota in the IMF:
U. S. subscription to International Monetary Fund:
Direct quota payments ............................
Maintenance of value adjustments ...................
Letter of credit issued to IMF .......................
Dollar deposits with the IMF .........................
Receable Payable (-) for interim maintenance of
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Balance...........................................

Loans to International Monetary Fund....................
Other cash and monetary assets ........................

Total cash and monetary assets ...........
Miscellaneous asset accounts ............................

Total asset accounts .....................

Excess of liabilities (+) or assets (-)......................

Transactions not applied to current year's surplus or deficit
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Total budget and off-budget financing
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Fiscal Year to Date
This Month
This Year Prior Year


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Beginning of C
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24 TABLE IV-SCHEDULE A--ANALYSIS OF CHANGE IN EXCESS OF LIABILITIES (In millions)

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Classification Month
Month
This Year Prior iear

Excess of liabilities beginnin-. .-.r peri.-d
Based on composition of rundi, l Ihud-Lt in preceding period. $813,201 8782,009 8703,162
Adjustments Judrin; ': current fiscal year for changes in
c..,mpoic't.l'n .:i -idiled budget:
Re. -l. dLcati..r'r of outer continental shelf bid deposits... ......... ......... 561
.Reclssificatinn of deferred char.es. IMF rld
r ,ril.jiii:,n i.) pr.-il. *..*n Ih- ill ..I ................ ......... .. ......... .... 10

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Bas~c .*n c. m.rim'.tl r Lr,-I A FLt in pri,.r fh-.,J '.; ar 19. 40-I 48.281 33.555
Rc'lassdi.:ca -:n %l procEedsJ .-'n sAJe **f c old medallions ,. -- I11
Rei lassifcalri.n *.*i o:inm -i Io Sies (.'r L'.S. currency.
,aJultti.n jja strm ent ................................ 60 -E66 -5,316
P.-ilassific ati n c f .:.ut r continental shel bid dep sits... ........ ........ -561

Budget surplus i .r del..i I TT ole l l ..................... 14.44f.8 4 .21 2 7.7, 3 J

Off-b id.i-. t ,ilurpl -i o :r d f i,:tr i Ta lLe [IlL ................. I ,4 3. 572 2,149

Total surpluS I ... r deficit 'Tibl [IIl .................. ... 20.516 51.787 29.,'42

Transacrior nor appliild T.. .:urrnfi r .ar surplus or defii:-[
Seit '_..r r: .. ........................................ -48 -128 -133
Increru nr ...n c.ld.................... ................... ......... ......... .........
Prc'ce- d I rr.nl u: rren .................................. ......... I ......... ....
Proilt .n saiJc ..(i .:,old.................................. -116
Net iln I lI:..s for LF I..an talilnri aJnuslm-nlt ..... .. ...... ......

T7:otl-- rr'nsaclions n.t .l pplied' r..: c rrreni t .:r s
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TABLE IV--SCHEDULE B--AGENCY SECURITIES, ISSUED UNDER SPECIAL
FINANCING AUTHORITIES (In millions)

Net Transactions
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i aCurrent Fiscal Year
liability accounts
Classification
Fiscal Year to Date Beginning of Clos of
This Month This Month
This Year Prir Year This Year T This lMonUi

Acerici' ,c-rities issued under special financing authorities:
Obliill, .ns of the United States, issued by:
Export-Import Bank ................................. -Z22 -348 -365 $446 $420 $398
Obligations guaranteed by the United States, issued by:
Department of Defense:
Family Housing Mortgages ................. ........ -6 -31 -31 516 490 484
Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Federal Housing Administration..................... -6 -19 -18 432 419 413
Department of Transportation:
Coast Guard:
Family Housing Mortgages........................ (.. (( 1 1 1
Obligations not guaranteed by the United States, issued by:
Department of Defense:
Homeowners Assistance Mortgages.................. (-) (* (w 1 1 1
Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Government National Mortgage Association........... ......... ........ -25 2,715 2,715 2,715
Independent Agencies-
Postal Service .................................... ......... ....... ........ 250 250 250
Tennessee Valley Authority ........................ ......... ........ .. ...... 1,725 1,725 1,725

Total agency securities ........................... -34 -99 -139 6,086 6,021 5,987

See footnotes on page 3.






TABLE IV--SCHEDULE C (MEMORANDUM)-AGENCY BORROWING FINANCED THROUGH
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Account Balances
Current Fiscal Year


Classification


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Commodity Credit Corporation...........................
D.C. Commissioners Stadium sinking fund, Armory
Board, D.C........................................
Exporl-Import Bank of United States......................
Federal Emergency Management Agency:
Natonal insurance Development Fund ....................
National flood insurance fund...........................
Federal Financing Bank .................................
Federal Housing Administration:
General insurance ....................................
Special risk insurance................................
General Services Administration:
Pennsylvania Avenue Development Corporation ..........
Government National Mortgage Association:
Emergency home purchase assistance fund ..............
Management and liquidating functions ...................
Special assst.nce funclions............................
International Communication Agency ......................
Rural Communication Development 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 Education:
College housing loans .................................
Secretary of Energy
Bonneville Power Administration.......................
Secretary of Housina and Urban Development:
Housing for the Elderly and Handicapped ................
Low-Rent Public Housing..............................
New communities guaranty:
Title IV....................... ...................
Title VII.........................................
Urban renewal fund ...................................
Secretary of the Interior:
Bureau of Mines, helium fund .......................
Secretary of Transportation:
Railroad Revitalization and Improvement................
Rail Service Assistance ..............................
Regional R&a Reorganization...........................
Small Business Administration, Disaster Loan
Fund .................................................
Smithsonian Institution:
John F. Kennedy Center parking facilities...............
Tennessee Valley Authority..............................
Veterans Administration:
Veterans direct loan program..........................

Total Bomowing from the Treamry ...........................

Bowmwl l from the Federal Fiancing Bank:
Export -Import Bank of the United States ..................
National Credit Union Administration .....................
Postal Service ........................................
Tennessee Valley Authority..............................

Total Borrownrg from the Federal Fwancing Bank ...............

Total Agency Borrowing financed through
issues of Public Debt Securities ........................


Fiscal Year to Date


This Month


This Year


Comparable
Prior Year


Beginning of


This Year


This Month


-~~~ I-I1 4


$378


21

10
-305
1,203

..........






181


32
..........
-1



75

..........



45
-120

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

..........

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







..........


$2,916


2

10
-305
3,389








428


100
9
-1

-70

160



.. 255
55
55


1
..........



152
...........

..........




..........


-$1,080

..........
63


-530
4,903




..........

67




114

-2

30

120

..........



215
50

..........

..........











..........


$14,374


19


357
107,309

2,188
1,959

52

2,329


..... ...
5,968


7,865
624
111

2,236
2,350
885

2,687

700

2,095
25

8
332
200

252

25
1
14

325

20
150

1,730


$16,912




357
109,495

2,188
1,959

52

2,329

6,215

4
7,933
633
111

2,166
2,350
970

2,687

700

2,305
200

8
333
200

252

25
1
166

325

20
150

1,730


Close of
This Month


$17,290


21

10
52
110,698

2,188
1,959

52

2,329


.............
6,396

4
7,965
633
110

2,166
2,350
1,045

2,687

700

2,350
80

8
333
200

252

25
1
166

325

20
150

1,730


1.519 7.102 4.162 157.193 162,776 164.295



332 332 587 12,409 12,409 12,741
-2 -10 3 101 93 90
.......... .......... .......... 1,288 1,288 1,288
150 516 530 10,874 11,240 11,390

480 838 1.120 24.673 25.030 25.509


7,940


181,865


187,806


189,804


Transactions


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.

See footnotes on page 3.


;


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26 TABLE IV--SCHEDULE D--INVESTMENTS OF GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTS
IN FEDERAL SECURITIES (In millions)


Net Purchases or ales Securities Held as Investments
Net Purchases or Sales (-) Yeariscaea

Classification
Fiscal Year to Date Beginning of
This Month Close of
This Month
This Year Prior Year This Year This Month

Federal Funds:
Department ,,f ri i ,ulltjr,
Agency .-*ruri. :. .......... ....... ......... .......... -$5 -$6 $5 .......... ..............

Department of Commerce ................. ....... (*) 1 1 2 $3 $3

Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Federal Housing Administration:
Federal housing administration fund:
Public debt securities............................ $91 16 -40 2,192 2,117 2,208
Agency securities................................ (.) (.) (* ) 169 169 169
Government National Mortgage Association:
Emergency mortgage purchase assistance:
Agency securities. .................... .. ....... ..... .............. 3 11 11 11
Special assistance function fund:
Public debt securities............................ .......... ........... ........... 1 1 1
Agency securities ............................... -1 -4 -4 73 70 69
Management and liquidating functions fund:
Agency securities ............................... (**) (m) -1 22 21 22
Guarantees of Mortgage-Backed Securities:
Public debt securities............................ 8 28 23 262 282 290
Agency securities............................... ......... .......... (.*) ......... 64 64 64
Participation sales fund:
Public debt securities............................ 25 60 22 1,395 1,430 1,455
Agency securities............................................................. 12 12 12
Housing Management:
Community disposal operations fund:
Agency securities ............... ............ .......... ........ ........... .... () (-) (C)
Department of the Interior.............................. 69 271 694 4,082 4,283 4,352
Department of Labor................................... -4 -8 ......... 198 194 190
Department of Transportation........................... -4 5 15 209 218 215
Department of the Treasury ............................. 128 -1,204 -810 3,130 1,798 1,925

Veterans Administration:
Veterans reopened insurance fund ..................... 18 16 15 468 467 485

Independent Agencies:
Export-Import Bank of the United States ................ .......... .......... ......... ........... .......... ..............
Federal Emergency Management Agency:
National insurance development fund................. .......... -6 -2 6 .......... ..............
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation:
Public debt securities.............................. 24 143 62 4,557 4,676 4,700
Agency securities............. ... ................. .......... .......... ......... 78 78 78
National Credit Union Administration.................. -9 -24 -9 160 145 137
Other................................................ 6 25 20 665 684 690


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

Total Federal funds.............................

Trust Funds:
Legislative Branch:
United States Tax Court .............................
Library of Congress .................................
The Judiciary:
Judicial Survivors Annuity Fund.......................
Funds Appropriated to the President.....................
Department of Agriculture............................

Department of Commerce ...............................
Department of Defense .................................

Department of Health and Human Services:
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund:
Public debt securities..............................
Agency securities .................................
Federal disability insurance trust fund.................
Federal hospital insurance trust fund:
Public debt securities.............................
Agency securities ................................
Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund ....
O ther...............................................

See footnotes on page 3.


352 -678 -9 17,327 16,297 16,649
-1 -10 -8 435 426 426

351 -687 -17 17,762 16,723 17,075


() ()) 1 1 1
.......... () ( 1 2 2

.......... 1 1 67 67 67
.......... .......... ......... 1 1 1

(*) () () 70 70 70

.......... .......... ....... ( ) ( ) ( )
1 6 (W) 25 30 31


-3,772 -5,974 -1,754 22,700 20,498 16,726
.......... 555 555 555
-494 -806 -4,075 3,392 3,081 2,587
797 688 -573 18,141 18,032 18,830
...... ..... ... ... 50 50 50
1,921 2,122 6 3,821 4,023 5,943
1 1 1 8 9 9






TABLE IV-SCHEDULE D--INVESTMENTS OF GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTS
IN FEDERAL SECURITIES (In mllllons)-Contlnued


Net Purchases or Sales (-)


Classification

This Month


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

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

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

Department of rr.nsp.ortati..n
Airport and aruva trust iund .........................
Highway trust fund ..................................
Other...............................................

Department of the Treasury ............................
Environmental Protection Agency ........................

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

Independent Agencies:
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation..................
General Services Administration ......................
Harry S. Truman Memorial Scholarship Trust Fund.....
Japan-United States Friendship Commission............
Office of Personnel Management:
Civil service retirement and disability fund:
Public debt securities............................
Agency securities...............................
Employees health benefits fund......................
Employees life insurance fund .......................
Ret red employees health benefits fund................
Railroad R.tiremr-nl Board ...........................
Total public debt securities.........................
Total agency securities ...........................

Total trust funds................................

Off-budget Federal agencies:
Federal Financing Bank ..............................
Postal Service ........................................
Rural electrification and telephone revolving fund .........

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

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

Grand Total ............................................


-$14

-987
..........


34


187
200

-9
57

8

285

25
1


-94
(**
(.-


2,565

-32
6
-1
-208


Fiscal Year to Date


Securities Held as Investments
Current Fiscal Year


Beginning of


This Year Prior Year This Year This Month


-$63 $55 $409 36C


-1,239



25


-23
-245

-25
81

-1

219

25
1


206
(**)
()..


810

-79
105
-1
-552


-723 13,527
-6 3


41 880
*) 1


58
-738

-28


-2

208

23


265

1


396

-51
..........
106
iiii-


4,712
9,186

70
136

388

8,072
135
710
4

11,894
3
39
18


83,731
275
613
4,180
1
1,943


Close of
This Month



S346


13,275
3


4,502
8,741

53
160

380

8,006
135
710
4

12,193
3
39
18


81,976
275
566
4,279
1
1,599


12,287
3


4,689
8,941

45
217

387

8,291
135
735
4

12,099
3
39
18


84,541
275
534
4,285
1
1,391


475 -4,718 -6,968 188,745 183,552 184,027
......... ......... .......... 1,015 1,015 1,015

475 -4,718 -6,968 189,760 184,567 185,042

......... ......... 27 .......... ........... ..............
291 560 1,671 1,982 2,251 2,541
......... ......... .......... 3 3 3

291 560 1,698 1,985 2,254 2,544

291 560 1,698 1,985 2,254 2,544


-4,845


-5,287


209,507


203,544


204,661


Note: Investments are in Public Debt Securities unless otherwise noted.
See footnotes on page 3.





28 TABLE V--COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS
BY MONTHS OF CURRENT FISCAL YEAR (In millions)

Com-
Fiscal Corn-
a parable
Classification Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. March April May June July Aug. Sept. Tr Period
t Prior
Date Y.
F.Y.

NET RECEIPTS
Individual income taxes.......... '., 21.775 25 770 $70,100 $65,726
Corporation income taxes...... 1.i.'* 7451 lu. 22 12,229 11,674
Social insurance taxes and
contributions:
Employment taxes and
contributions .............. 14,315 13,610 13,504 41,428 31,102
Unemployment insurance..... 439 1,563 221 2,223 2,792
Contributions for other
insurance and retirement ... 616 622 917 2,155 1,709
Excise taxes .................. 3,486 3,334 3,633 10,452 7,257
Estate and gift taxes........... 643 598 642 1,883 1,670
Customs duties ............... 784 729 823 2,336 1,832
Miscellaneous receipts ........ 1,365 1,341 1,679 4,384 3,239

Total--receipts this
year................ 45,467 44,317 57,407 147,191 .........


Total-receipts prior year' *

NET 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:
Foreign assistance, special
export programs and
Commodity Credit
Corporation ..............
Other......................
Department of Commerce......
Department of Defense:
Military:
Department of the Army ...
Department of the Navy....
Department of Air Force...
Defense agencies...........

Total Military.........

Civil......................
Department of Education .......
Department of Energy..........
Department of Health and
Human Services:
Human Development
Services ...................
ttealth Care Financing
Administration:
Grants to States for
Medicaid ...............
Federal Hospital Ins.
Trust Fund ............
Federal Supp. Med. Ins.
Trust Fund .............
Other ...................
Social Security Adm.:
Assis. Pmts. Program ...
Federal Old-Age and
Survivors Insurance
Trust Fund ............
Federal Disability Ins.
Trust Fund .............
Other ...................
Other .....................


38.923 39.176 48,904 ....... 127,002


97 109 119 325 281
46 47 63 156 163

9 8 5 22 22


299 538 375 1,212 1,401
182 223 58 462 338
50 -38 110 122 -5,016



883 1,738 2,754 5,375 2,156
2,262 1,334 2,039 5,635 4,873
212 163 162 538 654

3,399 3,379 3,668 10,446 8,915
4,493 4,628 5,246 14,367 11,489
4,532 4,056 4,999 13,587 11,257
1,926 1,826 1,967 _____ 5,720 4,925

14,35113,889 15,880 44,120 36,587

29u 250 271 811 788
1,269 1,414 1,415 4,098 3,589
1,004 321 599 1,924 2,339


369 368 416 1,152 1,512


1,410 1,363 1,339 4,113 3,780
2,678 2,626 2,920 8,225 6,759

1,258 1,278 1,304 3,841 3,042
1,027 1,036 2,750 4,814 2,217
708 708 524 1,940 1,959


11,006 11,009 21,985 44,000 28,702

1,527 1,497 2,929 5,953 4,199
1,495 192 2,569 4,256 3,731
-230 -307 -2,871 -3,408 -833





TABLE V--COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS
BY MONTHS OF CURRENT FISCAL YEAR (In milllons)--Contlnued


Cla-iizcaInon,



OUTLAYS--Continu d

Department of Housing
and tiran Development ..........
Department of the Interior........
Department of Justice............
Department of Labor:
Unemployment trust fund .......
Other.............. ....... ..
Department oi Sut5 e ..............
Department of Transporution
Highway trus fund .............
Other. .......................
Department of the Treasury
Interest on tme public deb ......
General revenue sharini........
O uter.........................
Environmental Protectiin
Agency.........................
National Aeronauucs and
Space Adm uniLr Luon............
Veterans Administrati.n
Compensauon ana pensiuns ....
National service [tle ...........
Government ser ce life.......
Other.........................
Independent Agencies:
General Services Admin........
Office of Personnel Manage-
ment.......................
Postal Service...............
Small Business Administration..
Tennessee Valley Authority.....
Other ind. agencies............
Undistributed offsetting receipts:
Federal employer contributions
to retirement fund ............
Interest credited to certain
accounts .......... ........
Rents and Royalties on Outer
Continental Shelf Lands........

Totals-thus year:
Budget outlays ................

Budget surplus (+) or deficit (-)

Off-budgel surplus (+) or
deficit L-)......... ......

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

Totab-prir ear:
Budgel ouiays ....................

Budrei ,.,Iplu (+ or deficit (-).........


Oc NO. De<. Jan. Fe... Mrl r. Apt il %1., luir luil .Au


- _4 -- --


1.766
355
220
1,150
555
250

753
1,018

7,975
1,144
-851

577

658

2,031
29
4
946
110

1,657
217
402
236
1,205


$800
524
205

1,261
564
203

736
772

8,587
2
-385

435
517

128
40
5
678

-79

1,656
50
179
287

-481

-242
-1,250


$1,425
420
199

1,769
555
142

795
996

14.791

-1,514

425
551

2,198
38
5
973

29

1,645
-9
-18
172
1,284

-628
-6,708
-373


___ -~ ___ ~ ___ ______ L.... L44.4~LL~"
I t _____ ~ _____ S 29.942


29



p., r Jo I.-
5-.t. 1oar Per l,
T.
Pr ..r.


$3,991
1,299
623

4,180
1,674
595

2,284
2,786

31,353
1,145
-2,750

1,437

1,726

4,357
107
14
2,597
60

4,958
209
435
587
2,776

-1,640

-7,201
-1,882


$3,615
1,263
698
4,674
3,176
549

2,778
2,942

23,914
1,705
-1,648

1,512

1,403

4,005
97
15
2,485
-15

4,432
1,593
572
575
3,050

-1,340

-6,307
-4,192


63,572 54,959 76,875 __ _195,406 ........

-18,105 -10,642 -19,468 '___ -48,216 ........
I I I _____
-644 -.880! -1.048 _3.572 ........

-1.749 -12.522 -20.516 -51.78 .......


t s i 0 :. n' .......I I 4 'Q


Off-budler surplus +) or deficit (-) ......I .'4i i K. I
Toial plu (+) or deficit ) .......... -16.675 -10.732


S, I I I I .2 14


I i


i I ....... 1 -29.942





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


Current Month Fiscal Year to Date Securities held a etments
Current Fiscal Year

Classification
Receipts Outlays Excess Receipts Outlays Excess Beginning of Close of
This Year This Month This Month

Trust receipts, outlays, and invest-
ment held:
Airport and airway................. ....... -$137 $137 -$1 $69 -$69 $4,712 $4,502 $4,689
Black lung disability trust fund...... $23 35 -12 72 183 -110 ........ ......... .............
Federal Deposit Insurance Corp..... ....... 94 -94 ....... -195 195 11,894 12,193 12,099
Federal disability insurance......... 1,254 2,658 -1,404 3,910 5,630 -1,720 3,392 3,081 2,587
Federal employees life and health
benefits ................................ 28 -28 ....... 4 -4 4,795 4,846 4,820
Federal employees retirement ...... 334 -2,458 2,792 957 -73 1,030 84,952 83,189 85,788
Federal hospital insurance........... 2,509 1,884 625 7,757 7,102 655 18,191 18,082 18,880
Federal old-age and survivors
insurance........................ 9,470 20,627 -11,157 28,988 42,239 -13,251 23,255 21,053 17,281
Federal supplementary medical
insurance........................ 582 -1,394 1,976 1,196 -939 2,135 3,821 4,023 5,943
General Revenue Sharing ........... ....... () (-) ....... 1,145 -1,145 ........ ......... .............
Highway .......................... 542 368 174 1,704 1,830 -126 9,186 8,741 8,941
Military assistance advances........ ....... -200 200 ....... 340 -340 ........ ......... .............
Railroad retirement................ 271 460 -189 773 1,307 -533 1,943 1,599 1,391
Unemployment ..................... 221 1,240 -1,020 2,223 3,554 -1,331 13,527 13,275 12,287
Veterans life insurance............. ....... -330 330 ....... -256 256 9,305 9,230 9,548
All other trust ..................... 38 43 -5 81 15 65 787 752 787

Trust fund receipts and outlays
on the basis of Table III and
investments held from
Table IV D.................. 15.243 22,918 -7.675 47,661 61.956 -14,296 189.760 184.567 185,042
Interfund receipts offset against
trust fund outlays................ 10.964 10.964 ....... 14.679 14,679 .......

Total trust fund receipts and
outlays ........................ 26.207 33.882 -7.675 62,340 76,636 -14.296

Federal fund receipts and outlays cp
the basis of Table III................ 42.163 53,957 -11.793 99.530 133.450 -33,920
Interfund receipts offset against
Federal fund outlays .............. 7 7 ....... 131 131 .......

Total Federal fund receipts and
outlays .......................L.42.170 53.964 -11,793 99.661 133,581 -33.920

Total interfund receipts and outlays.... -10.971 -10.971 ....... -14,810 -14,810 .......
Net budget receipts and outlays......... 57.4 7 76 875 -19,468 I 147,191 15,406 -48,216

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.





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


Receipts and Outlays


Classification



NET RECEIPTS

Individual income taxes........................................................
Corporat.i'n income taxes................... .....................
Social insurancre Ir.I. and contributions:
Employ'me nr Ia .\( .nd contributions ...........................................
Unempl,, nient insurjnc ..................................................
Contribuiron I,-r other insurance and retirement .................. ........
Excise 1m es .........................
Esrale Jnd ll taxes ........................................... ...........
Custom s ............. ............................ ..........
M iscellaneLIus rere ipis .......................................................
To ....... ........................................................

NET OUTLAYS

National defense .. ......................................................
International allairs. .....................................................
General science. space. and technology.........................................
Energy ...........................
Natural resources and en tLronment .............................................
Agriculture ...... ...................................................
Commerce arn h',usinr: credit................................................
Transportation .. .........................
Commulury and rei-,.nal development ..........................................
Education, irarumng. employment and social services...........................
Health ..... .. .....................................................
Income security ..... .....................................................
Veterans benel ts and ser ices.................................................
Admirustraion of jusiice........................................ ................
General government .....................................................
General purpose fiscal 3a distance ..................................... .........
Interest... ................................................................
Undjstributed oUseting receipts ................................................


13,504
221
917
3,633
642
823
1,679

57,407


16,258
830
613
399
1,289
2,681
1,051
1,871
688
2,245
6,421
33,175
3,217
352
384
28
13,081
-7,710_

76,875


$70,100 $65,726
12,229 11,674

41,428 31,102
2,223 2,792
2,155 1,709
10,452 7,257
1,883 1,670
2,336 1,832
4,384 3,239

147,191 127,002


45,185
2,510
2,035
1,532
3,806
5,138
2,224
5,176
2,333
6,874
18,870
71,682
7,084
1,110
1,221
1,602
27,747
-10,722

195,406


37,458
-2,409
1,755
2,274
3,777
2,454
787
5,744
2,673
7,631
16,039
59,724
6,610
1,197
1,018
2,212
19,840
-11,839

156,944


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