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Monthly Treasury Statement of


Receipts and Outlays of the United States Gov

for the fiscal year through November 30, 1981

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

Total Budget and Off-Budget Results Mean


Period



Current month (November 1981i ......
Actual 1982 (two months)............


BU.J.. I Bu.J.- I!
Pt cf, pr C-rJI i '. I .


:- 317; .A :
89,784 118,532


5urplu -
or
Deficit (->

10 '12
-28.748


Of- Budget
Surplus ()
or
Deficit (-


Total
Surplus -)
or
Deficit (-)


By
Borrowing
from the
Public


2,54 -. ,2 1.71 21,
-2.524 -31,271 21,346


Is of Financing


By Reduction
of Cash
and Monetary
Assets
Increase (-'

.: 12'
9,612


Total
By Budget
Other and
Means O f -1ui.-r
F r.-,- ti, :
3 12 1
313 31,271


Comparative diia:
Acrua 1981 irwo. monihsi........... 78,098
Actual 1981 lull earl ...... .... 602,612
Estimated 1982- ..................... 666,250


103,926
660,544
709,339


-25,828 -1,578 -27,406 13,989 12,565
-57,932 -21,005 -78,936 79,329 -1,878
-43,089 -18,565 -61.654 60.000 ..............


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


Actual
This Month


Actual
This Fiscal
Year to Date


Actual
Comparable
Prior Period


Individual income taxes ..................................
Corporation income taxes .................................
Social insurance taxes and contributions:
Employment taxes and contributions ........................
Unemployment insurance .............................
Contributions for other insurance and retirement ...........
Excise taxes .............................................
Estate and gift taxes .......................................
Customs duties ..........................................
Miscellaneous receipts...................................

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

BUDGET OUTLAYS
Legslarive branch..........................................
The Judclary .................. ...........................
Executive Office of the President ...........................
Funds Appropriated to the President:
International security assistance ...........................
International development assistance.......................
Other ................................ ........ .... .....
Department of Agriculture.. ........................
Deparmnenl of Commerce... .......................
Department of Defense Military.............................
Department of Defense Civil ..............................
Department of Education ...................................
Department of Enerrv .......................................
Department of Healtl and Human Services....................
Department of Housing and Urban Development................
Department of the Lnterior.................................
Department of Justice......................................
Department of Labor........................................
Deparinmen' of State........................................
Department of Transportation .............................
Department of the Treasury
General revenue tar in ... ............................
Interest on the public debt ............................
Other....................................................
Environmental Protection A.nDcy. ... ......
National Aeronaurtcs and Space Admirustration. ......
Veterans Admirumsrarnon........ ... .......
Other Jndependent agencies .. ...................
Allowances. undistributed ..... ...................
L'ndistributed offsemng receipts
Federal employer contributions to retirement funds .........
interest on certain Government accounts ...............
Rents and royalties on the Outer Continental Shelf lands.......

T otal .. .. .. ..

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


"21 775


13 ,ElV,


3,334
598
729
1,341

44,317


109
47
18

538
223
-48
3,072
163
13,889
250
1,414
321
19' 771.)

524
205
1,824
203
1,508

2
8,587
-385
435
517
851
2,093

-481
-242
-1,250

54.959

-10,642


Off-budget surplus I -I or defci I .............. -1.0

Total surplus 1-1 or aefict ll-I .... ... ...... ...... __ -12.. 22

See footnotes on page 3.

Source: Bureau of Government Financial Operations, Department of the Treasury.


-44,330
2.009

27,925
2,002
1,238
6,820
1,241
1,513
2,705

89,784


206
93
27

837
404
3
6,217
376
28,240
540
2.683
1,325
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425
3,530
453
3,279

1,145
1 532

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-1,508

1 18,532

-28,748


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M42.002
2,287

20.834
2,568
1.123
4,866
1,152
1.201
2,065

78,098


168
108
14

695
255
258
3,614
458
24,306
455
2,579
1,390
35 937
2I7;
6885
499
4,967
387
3,910

1 7'57
1" '?hB

1,001
903
3,574
6,726

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-535
-2,992

103.926

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Classification


BUDGET RECEIPTS I


27,406
78,936
61.654


Budget
Estimates
Full Fiscal Year:


$306,100
67,847

188,480
18.227
7,862
4; -41

7,864
14,924
666,250


2,785
2,097
967
28 .

181 800
2,721
1' 4I 1

11 n16

2.505
26,539
2,261
19,344

4.010
114,200
-10,096
5,141
5,634
23,847
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(Assets and Liabilities
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LIABILITY ACCOUNTS

Bor ro u in from the public:
Public delr securities, issued under general financial
authorities:
Oblilc.r i:ns Af the United States, issued by:
United State.s Treasury .......................
Federal Financing Bank ............................

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

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

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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 holdings .................. ....................
SDR certificates 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 ........................
Receivable/Payable (-) for interim maintenance of
value adjustments ..................................

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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This onthYe
This Year Prior Year


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This Year 1 This Month


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149 243 156 -11,086 -10,992 -10,843
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343 367 117 3,835 3,859 4,202

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Excess of liabilities beginning of period:
Based on composition of unified budget in preceding period.
Adjustments during current fiscal year for changes in
composition of unified budget:
Reclassification of outer continental shelf bid deposits...
Reclassification of deferred charce'F. IMF gold
restitution, to profit on the ,lo ..t gold .............


This Fiscal Year to Date
Month This Year Prior Year


$800,726


Excess of liabilities beginning of period (current basis)...... 800,726

b'..1.- I surplus (-) or deficit:
Pi -.1 on composition of unified budget in prior fiscal year. 10,746
Reclassification of proceeds on sale of gold medallions .. ..........
Reclassification of gains(-)/losses for U.S. currency
valuation adjustment ................................ -104
Reclassification of outer continental shelf bid deposits... ..........

Budget surplus (-) or deficit (Table III) ..................... 10,642

Off-budget surplus (-) or deficit (Table III) .................. 1,880

Total surplus (-) or deficit (Table III)...................... 12,522

Transactions not applied to current year's surplus or deficit:
Seigniorage ................................ ...... -48
Increment on gold............................... .........
Proceeds from currency .............................. ..........
Profit on sale of gold............. ...........................
Net gain (-)/loss for IMF loan valuation adjustment...................

Total--transactions not applied to current year's
surplus or deficit ................................... -48

Excess of liabilities close of period ....................... 813,201


$782,009


$703,162


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782,009 703,733


28,873 26,256
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28,748 25,828

2,524 1,578

31,271 27,406


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813,201 730,960


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Agency securities issued under special financing authorities:
Obligations of the United States, issued by:
Export-Import Bank ................................
Obligations guaranteed by the United States, issued by:
Department of Defense:
Family Housing Mortgages .........................
Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Federal Housing Administration....................
Department of Transportation:
Coast Guard:
Family Housing Mortgages .......................
Obligations not guaranteed by the United States, issued by:
Department of Defense:
Homeowners Assistance Mortgages..................
Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Government National Mortgage Association...........
Independent Agencies-
Postal Service................................. .
Tennessee Valley Authority ........................

Total agency securities..........................

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Fiscal Year to Date


This Month


This Year Prior Year


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Cummn'.jiI CrEdl C.'rp'r.ll n ..........................
D.C. Comninssiurers Stadudum sinking fund, Armory
Board, D. C ........................................
Export-Import Bank of United States......................
Federal. Enlercercv Mimaement Agency:
NaljonjJ flood insur.an, fund...........................
Federal Financing Bank ................................
Federal Housing Administration:
General insurance ...................................
Special risk insurance......................................
General Services Administration:
Pennsylvania Avenue Development Corporation...........
Government National Mortgage Association:
Eme rgenrv home purchase assistance fund ..............
Man3cemeni and liquidating functions ...................
Special assistance functions ...........................
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 Housing 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 Rail 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 Borrowing from the Treasury ..........................

Borrowing from the Federal Financing Bank:

Export-Import Bank of the United States ..................
National Credit Union Administration .....................
Postal Service..........................................
Tennessee Valley Authority.............................

Total Borrowing from the Federal Financing Bank ...............

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


Transactions


This Month




$1,722


-106

...........
1,333

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





83
...........


...........
33
4


30
...........
70

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



60
-250




........18
...........
...........

...........



18

...........

........


Fiscal Year to Date


This Year



$2,538


-19

..........
2,186


..........





247
.........
1
68
9
..........

-70
..........
85

..........

..........

210
175

.........
1.


.... 152....

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


..........


Comparable
Prior Year


$1,157


276

31
2,881

..........




-6

113


72
..........
..........

30
..........
20





160
50


25
..........

..........

..........


Account Balances
Current Fiscal Year


Beginning of


This Year



$14,374


19

357
107,309

2,188
1,959

52

2,329

5,968
...........
3
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


This Month



$15,190


106

357
108,163

2,188
1,959

52

2,329

6,132
......... ..
4
7,900
629
111

2,136
2,350
900

2,687

700

2,245
A50

8
333
200

252

25
1
148

325

20
150

1,730


Close of
This Month




$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


2.997 5.583 4.809 157.193 159.780 162.776



.......... .......... .......... 12,409 12,409 12,409
-4 -8 2 101 97 93
.......... .......... .......... 1,288 1,288 1,288
135 366 350 10,874 11,105 11,240

131 358 352 24.673 24.899 25,030


3,128


181,865


184,678


187,806


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.







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


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

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

Federal Funds:
Department of Agriculture:
Agency securities............ ...5 -5.........5 $5 ...............5 .... 5

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

Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Fel-i l HIt.., -, dm inistration:
I, 1, i .1 r, .. : ,, administration fund:
Public debt securities........................... (- -76 -$40 2,192 2,117 2,117
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 ............................... -3 -4 -2 73 72 70
Management and liquidating functions fund:
Agency securities................................. (5) .-1 -1 22 22 21
Guarantees of Mort ive-Backed Securities:
Public debt rur i, i ........................... i 12 20 15 262 270 282
A 'encv or urities................................ ........... (.) ......... 64 64 64
'1 rii- j ...r-, sales fund:
frL1.. 1i., securities ............................ 37 34 28 1,395 1,393 1,430
Agency securities.................... ........... ........... .......... ......... 12 12 12
Housing Management:
Community disposal operations fund:
Agency securities................................ ........... .......... ......... (-) (*, ) ([ )
n. .,ir',t.. i of the Interior...... ..................... / 201 202 420 4,082 4,082 4,283
L. ,.r',,. r-, of Labor ................................. 1 -4 ......... 198 194 194
L.: pi r.-,-r. of Transportation........................... 6 9 12 209 213 218
Lpri, rni of the Treasury ............................ -1,371 -1,332 -1,334 3,130 3,169 1,798

Veterans Administration:
Veterans reopened insurance fund ..................... -1 -1 -1 468 468 467

Independent Agencies:
L rl-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.............................. 103 119 40 4,557 4,573 4,676
Agency securities........................... ...... .......... .......... ......... 78 78 78
National Credit Union Administration.................. -8 -15 -5 160 153 145
Other................................................ .14 20 14 665 670 684


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

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

Trust Funds:
i- i -.l 'i Bi inch:
I. I11.1 S'l..l 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 ..............................
Aenrv securities .................................
FIr.I r jl disability insurance trust fund.................
Federal hospital insurance trust fund:
Public debt securities .............................
-,n securities ....................
r.. 1. r sl supplementary medical insurance trust fund ....
Other ..............................................

See footnotes on page 3.


-1,006 -1,029 -855 17,327 17,303 16,297
-8 -9 (-) 435 434 426

-1,014 -1,039 -854 17,762 17,737 16,723


(- () 1 1 1
........... () 1 2 2
( .) 1 <* 67 67 67
........... .......... ......... 1 1 1

........... .......... (*) 70 70 70

........... .......... ......... ( ) ( ) ( )
5 6 (-) 25 25 30


-1,453 -2,202 -756 22,700 21,951 20,498
.......... .......... ......... 555 555 555
-180 -311 -3,833 3,392 3,261 3,081
90 -109 -868 18,141 17,942 18,032
...... .... 50 50 50
113 201 -172 3,821 3,910 4,023
1 1 8 8 9






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


Net Purchases or Sales (-)


Classification


This Month
Tl


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

Department of Labor:
Utnemploi nlrri trust fund ............................
Otr r. ..............................................

Department of State:
Furign s., rn it e retirement and disability fund...........
Othe r.................................... .... .

Department of Transportation:
Airport and airway trust fund .........................
Highway trust fund ...................................
Other............... .. .......................

Departimn i f the Treasury ............................
En nri ri:rit il 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.....
Japar, Tn ted States Friendship Commission............
OffliI of Personnel Management:
Civil service retirement and disability fund:
Public debt securities............................
Agerc y securities...............................
Emplo:,res health benefits fund......................
Employees life insurance fund .......................
Reti red employ ees health benefits fund...............
Railroad Retlirm,-nt Board ...........................

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


442
...........


Fiscal Year to Date

his Year Prior Year


-252


-10 -9
--) -W-,


-60 -210 -139
286 -445 -841
- ...........

-8 -16 -18
-2 24 ...........


-6 -9


-47
...........



292


...........


-898
...........
-59
87

89

-1,8t97


Total trust funds................................. -1,897


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


-66




300
(-
S.. .. ..


-7

-40




235

1
(.0


-1,755 -1,471

-47 22
98 111

-344 -325

-5.193 -8,146


-5.193 -8.14';


......... 14
269 997
......... ...........


1,010


Securities Held as Investments
Current Fiscal Year


Beginning of ,,,


-~ ~ 7
This Year This Month


S409 369


13,527
3


880
1


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

188.745
1,015

189 760]


1,982
3


S This Month


12,833
3


385

8,052
135
710
4

11,902
3
39
18


82,874
275
625
4,191
1
1,510

185 448
1.015



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


2,102


__ __ __ 4 4


1,010


2,102


_____ ____4_____44_ _


-2,759


-5,963


209,507


206,303


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


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

163.55
1. l',

1841.567


2,251
3


203,544


3,
3


...







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


M.tr.: prrl N1 M1i J.i. J1uI.


FA-cS
A.u Sept. T-,
DatI


NLT RECELPT5

InlI-.l uJ l I-.. .. 1., LL\-.-
C ,ri, .i.r I i. ...)..m e taxes......
... Ii r.ur alln... taxes and
contributions:
Employment taxes and
contributions ..............
Unemployment insurance.....
Contributions for other
insurance and retirement ...
Excise taxes..................
Estate and gift taxes...........
Customs duties ...............
Miscellaneous receipts ........

Total--receipts this
year................
Total-receipts prior year *

NET OUTLAYS


L. -. ,i it. Franch............
TIl j n ..1 i ................
Executive Office of the
President ...................
Funds Appropriated to the
President:
International security
assistance ................
International development
assistance ...............
Other ......................
Dr--. rtr[]--. ..f .kL i,-'jiture:
F,.-r, .r, ;i l.n'. special
export programs and
Commodity Credit
C.. r 1". r ...n ...............
OtC i .. ..................
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 En--, .......
Department of Ht .ilii and
Human Services:
Human Development
Services ....................
health 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. Pr r. ..
Federal Old-A .. ,i,1
Survivors Insurance
Trust Fund .............
Federal Disability Ins.
Trust Fund ..............
Other ....................
Other ......................


22 555 .1 775
1,265 745


14,315
439

616
1 4%
t .43
K4
1 3,,5


13,610
1,563

622
3 331
29f
; jll


4, 4' 44 117


12* 223
.0. -4..



883 1 7i
o n

2.2.2 I 334
212 IrI5


3 3'
4 4'93
4.532
I 2r

14 351

290
1,004
1,004


3 7379
4 06-,
4 I.'T.


I ,321'

250U
I 414
321


369 368


1,410

2,678

1,258
1,027

708

11,006

1,527
1,495
-230


1,363

2,626

1,278
1,036

708

11,009

1,497
192
-307


pa ranit
Perida
Pri.r
F. Y.


242.002
2,287


20,834
2,568

1,123
4.866
1,152
1,201
2,065


206 168
93 '08

27 14



837 1 695

404 255
3 258
II


2 621 1.061
3.596. 2 553
376 458


6.778 5 73
I 9121 7.412
8 589 7.708
S3.752 3.213

28.240 24.306

540 455
2,683 2.579
1.325 ,, 1.390



736 937


2.7'4

5.305

2,537
2,063

1,416

22,015

3,024
1,687
-537


2.460

4.362

2,006
1,350

1,566


19,079

2,802
1,475
-100


C l : tl, I l .... i


1. 1 N L. J F--n






TABLE V--COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS

BY MONTHS OF CURRENT FISCAL YEAR (In millions)--Continued


Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. March April


Fiscal L n -
May June July Aug. Sept. Year .
Date Prior
F.Y.


OL TLA S- Cn.nutnu

Deparr ent .11 H..usin,
and I rb.n [e's ehpnm-n .1 7tt. 'lJ)
Deparztnni nl i tr r In o-r 355 524
Deparutm nt Ju-ia -. ....... .? 2?05
Deparnient -.i Lat,-.r
Unemploy entl trust lrnl.d .. .... I5I I 261
Other........ ... ... ... .. 555 5iA
Departlmerint Silter ....... 251 2kX
Department uo TriansprlTia..n
Hi1ehu a truit lund.. ... ..... 753 737
Other ..... .. ......... .18 7 2
Department -1 the Tr..ILsrT
Interest ,-n ith puL.i dtt ...... 7.975 8 587
C-enral revenue sharin.... .... 14-1 2
Other.... ....... ... ...... -851 -385
Enm ronmi-ntal Pr-.-tlircor
Agency......................... 577 435
Nautorn Aern.n.tuln cs jnn
Space Admi rumraii'.r ............. 158 517
Veterans A-lmiru lraion
Comnpensasii-n jn.j ptnsons .... 2 031 128
Nau'on l aser ic e life .. ..... 29 40
Go errmient ser r nll I 'i ....... 4 5
Outer ... ......... ......... 46 78
Independent Aserri-nc
General Sc ri ces Admin. ....... 110 -79'
Oflicef ul Personnel Manage-
mentL......................... 1,657 i 1 656
Postal Service..... ....... ..... 217 -|
Small Busness Administration.. 402 50
Tennessee Valley Authority..... 236 179
Otier ind. agencies............ 1,205 287
Lindastrltbumsd offserrine ri-ir tis
Federal emplo:\er ccntribuiljIn,
o1 retirement fund ............ -530 -481
iniere l credited to certain
accounts ..................... -251 -242
Rents and Royalties on Outer
Cconunental Shelf Lands........ -258 -1.250
-------- -- --
Totals-lhi s ear:
Budget ouulays................. 63.572 54.99

Budget surplus (+) or deficit (-) -18.105 -10.642 &

Off-budget surplus (+) or
deficiaI -1 .................... -44 -1.880
--- -
Total surplus (+) or deficit (-)... -18 749 -12.522!

Torb-prnor ar
BudC ourlta. .................... s, J ,i

Budgerr r lus r+/ or deficit -.) ........ I', U.'l

Off-budget sur as af+) or deficit t-1 ...... *.'4 I ,.

Toialswupta. I or deflitI.) .......... 14,.', '


. 2 :'>,
42-.

S411
1 119
1;i

I 4ta


i.7
1. 1

1,; ".2
I 145





1
3I -
1 0l-

1 175










452
S15
1,492
I 624

31


217
452
415
1,492


2 ?70

4199

2 W,
2 021
387

1 951;
1.95,

12 028
1 705
-727

1 001



1 987
52
8
1. 527

-80

2,901
1,250
452
373
1,830


-1,011 -910

-493 -535

-1 508 -2.992


.11 532
-28 74.


-2 4

-31 271

I -


,, _. .. ,. ,
...,
, ---- *


Classification


III






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


F l Yar to Date Securities held as Investments
Current Month Current Fiscal Year to Date


Classification




r u i i r ', i r ,u l i .t '. : j ;, .. I ,' i -
ment held:
Airport and airway.................
P.Rl ,'; lu n.i .ti.ibility trust fund......
F, uJ r ,l [i Ft p.- Insurance Corp.....
Federal disability insurance......
Federal employees life and health
benefits........................
Federal employees retirement ......
Federal n-..-p,.I insurance .........
Federal old-age and survivors
insurance .....................
Federal supplementary medical
insurance.......................
General Revenue Sharing ...........
Highwav ........................
l'., Li i assistance advances........
Railroad retirement ................
Unemployment.....................
Veterans life insurance ............
All other trust....................

Trust fund receipts and outlays
on the basis of Table III and
investments held from
Table IV D ...................

Interfund receipts offset against
trust fund outlays.................

Total trust fund receipts and
outlays ........................

Federal fund receipts and outlays on
the basis of Table III................
Interfund receipts offset against
Federal fund outlays ..............

Total Federal fund receipts and
outlays ........................

Total interfund receipts and outlays....

Net budget receipts and outlays........


Receipts Outlays Excess Receipts Outlays Excess


-S1 267
26 23
-291
1,284 1,469
-29
323 1.219
2,572 2.590

9.305 10,812

299 239
2
587 714
308
448 419
1,563 1,226
44
S 14 -40


16,421 18,773


--68
2
291
-185
29
-896
-18

-1,507

60
-2
-127
-308
29
338
-44
54


-2,352


-1I
50

2,656

623
5,248

19,518

614

1,162

502
2,002

43


Z205
148
-289
2,972
-23
2,384
5,218

21,613

456
1,145
1,462
540
847
2,314
75
-28


32,417 39,038


-S206
-98+
289,
-316
23
-1,762
30.

-2,095

159
-1.145
-300
-540
-344
-312
-75
70


Beginning of Cose
Year, Th M t ThiClose of
S. Ths. M h This Month
TI'hI Ye.r, This Mo'nth


S4,712

11,894
3,392
4,795
84,952
18,191

23,255

3,821

9,186

1,943
13,527
9,305
787


.- 561

11,902
3,261
4,818
84,097
17,992

22,506

3,910

9,027

1,510
12,833
9,282
765


-6,621 189,760 186,463 184,5


1,821 1,821 ....... 3,715 3,715 .........


18,242 20,594 -2,352 36,132 42,753 -6,621


27.896 36.186 -8.290 57.367 79.493 -22 126

7 7 ....... 124 124 .........


27,903 36,193 -8,290 57,491 79,617 -22,126
-_ 1.88 -1.82 ....... -.839 -3.839

44,317 54.959 -10.642 89,784 118,532 -28.748


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.


:4.502

12,193
3,081
4,846
83,189
18,082

21,053

4,023

8,741

1,599
13.275
9,230
752


- ------


r -- IT-






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


Receipts and Outlays


Classification


This Month


Fiscal Year Comparable Period
To Date Prior Fiscal Year


NET RECEIPTS

Individual income taxes.........................................................
Corporation income taxes .... ...............................................
Social insurance taxes and contributions:
Employment raxes and contributions ............... ....... ......... .....
Unemplok'y eni insurance ................................... ................
Contributions for other insurance and retirement...............................
Excise taxes ................... .............................................
Estate and gift taxes ................ ...................................
Customs........ ......... ............. ...................................
Miscellaneous receipts ........................................................

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

NET OUTLAYS

National defense ...........................................................
International affairs .. .............. .................................... ......
General science, space, and technology..........................................
Energy .. ...................................................................
Natural resources and environment ..............................................
Agriculture..................................................................
Commerce and housing credit...................................................
Transportation ..............................................................
Community and regional development ........................................
Education. training, employment and social services.............................
Health ......... ........................ ..................................
Income security ......................... ..... ...............................
Veterans benefits and services.................. ...............................
Administration of justice ....................................................
General government................................. .......................
General purpose fiscal assistance ..............................................
Interest ....................................................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts ................................................

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


521,775
745

13,610
1,563
622
3,334
598
729
1,341
44,317


14 205
745
592
173
955
1,637
-243
1,559
707
2,274
6,173
18,462
854
371
339
259
7,869
-1,973
54,959


?44 330
2 W0)


S42,002
2,287


27,925 20,834
2,002 2,568
1,238 1,123
6,820 4,866
1,241 1,152
1,513 1,201
2,705 2,065
89,784 78,098


28,927
1,671
1,422
1,133
2 5317
1 173
3 10'5

-1 r:-4
12,449
38,506
3,867
758
847
1,573
14.666
-3,012
118,532


24,853
1,697
1,137
1.292
2.451
1 Qt93
1,269
3,874
1,804
5,171
10,323
35,577
3,579
814
550
2.186
lu,687
-4,438
103,926


Note: Off-budget activity, which was included in Table VII of the October 1981 Monthly Treasury Statement, is now being excluded from the totals of
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