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


Receipts and Outlays of the United States C


for the fiscal year through May 31, 1982


TABLE I--TOTALS OF BUDGET AND OFF-BUDGET RESULTS AND FINANCE

Total BudHet an, Oft- B.j.l-( 1 Fe Rr lt


Period




Current monut May 1982....
Actual 1982 (eight month. ...

Comparative data
Actual 1981 (elght months' ..
Actual 1981 full year
Estimated 1982.....................
Estimated 1983 ...................


Budcetl F.udgEl
Receipi Outlays;


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373 06"
599.272
628,365
665,098


4 7.234
r57.204
728,860
767,006


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


Class 3,ilcalon


Individual income tases .
Corporation income lazes..... .. .. ...
Social insurance taxes and conLribuuoiu.
Employment taxes and contributions .......................
Unemployment insurance ..................................
Contributions for other insurance and retirement............
Excise taxes ...... .. .. .......... .. ....
Estate and gft taxes .... ......... .......
Customs duties ..... .................
Miscellaneous receipts..................................

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

BUDGET OUTLAYS

slate branch ..........................................
The Judiciary .. .. .......................................
Executive Office of the President.............................
Funds Appropriated Ir the President:
International security assistance ...........................
International development assistance........................
Other..............................................
Department of Agriculture..................................
Department of Commerce ... .. ..........
Department of Defense Militarv ... .
Department of Defense C-l ... ......
Department of Eaucaton'. ..
Department of Energy'. ...
Department of Heallh and Hlumanr Services,
Department of Housing ind I rban Development.. ... ..
Department of the Interior ...... ..
Department of Justce ..... ..
Department of Labor..... .. ...
Department of State ....
Department of Transportauon.. .. ..... .
Department of the Treasury
General revenue sharing..............................
Intere on the public debt.............................
Other .......... .. ... ...................... .......
Emirronmenial Protecuon Agency. .... ..
National Aeronautics and Space Ammnistration .... ...
Veterans Admimetration ....................................
Other independent arencES' ... .............................
Allowances, mudisminbuted..................................
Undistributed oUfseting receipts
Federal employer contributions to retirement funds ..........
Interest on certain Government accounts ...... .
Reni and royalties on the Outer Coninuental Snell land......

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

Budget surpls(O ) or deficit(-).........................

Off-budge surplus -I or deficit I-I..........................

Total surplus 4-1 or deicitl -1 ................................ .


See footnotes on page 3.

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Federal Financing Bank ............................ ....

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

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Total borrowing from the public ................... 3,187 74,089 c60,297 794.434

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funds ..................................... ...... 103 898 923 7.462
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Total liability accounts ................ ........... -2.085 H0,991 67,583 826.792


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Tax and loan note accounts...........................

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

Special drawing rights:
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SDR certificates issued to Federal Reserve Banks.......

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Reserve position on the U. S. quota in the IMF:
U.S. subscription to International Monetary Fund:
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Maintenance of value adjustments ...................
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Dollar deposits with the IMF..........................
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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 (-) ......................

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6,064 72,e,158 604,-- 1,002,94- 1.070,734





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

Fiscal Year to Date
Classification This
Month This Year Prior Year

Excess of liabilities beginning of period:
Based on composition of unified budget in preceding period $850,478 -782."0' :.703,172
Adjustments during current fiscal year for changes in
composition of unified budget:
Reclassification of outer continental shelf bid deposits.. .......... .......... 561
Reclassification of deferred charges, IMF gold
restitution, to profit on the sale of gold .............. 850,478 782,009 703,733

Excess of liabilities beginning of period (current basis)..... 850,478 782.009 703.733

Budget surplus (-) or deficit:
Based on composition of unified budget in prior fiscal year 18,905 81.058 64.436
Reclassification of gains(-)/losses for U.S. currency
valuation adjustment ............................... 25 81 293
Reclassification of outer continental shelf bid deposits.. .......... .......... -561
Budget surplus (-) or deficit (Table Il)..................... 18,930 81,139 64.168

Off-budget surplus (-) or deficit (Table III)................ 2,494 9,019 12.845

Total surplus (-) or deficit (Table II)..................... 21.424 90.158 77.013

Transactions not applied to current year's surplus or deficit:
Seigniorage ......................................... -26 -291 -312
Increm ent on gold ..................................... .......... .......... ..........
Proceeds from currency.................... .......... ......... .......... .....
Profit on sale of gold.................................. .......... -14
Net gain (-)/loss for IMF loan valuation adjustment....... .......... .......... ..........

Total--transactions not applied to current year's
surplus or deficit .................................. -26 -291._ -

Excess of liabilities close of period ...................... 871,876 871.87' 780.240




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

Net Transactions Account Balances
(-) denotes net reduction of Current Fiscal Year
liability accounts
Classification
Fiscal Year to Date Beginning of Close of
This Month This Month
This Year Prior Year This Year This Month Ts

Agency securities issued under special financing authorities:
Obligations of the United States, issued by:
Export-Import Bank ................................. $2 -$334 -$157 $446 $110 $111
Obligations guaranteed by the United States, issued by:
Department of Defense:
Family Housing Mortgages.......................... -14 -82 -85 516 447 434
Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Federal Housing Administration .................... -12 -69 -46 432 376 363
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.................. (-) -1 1 1 1 1
Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Government National Mortgage Association........... ......... -550 -67 2,715 2,165 2,165
Independent Agencies-
Postal Service .................................. .. ......... .......... ......... 250 250 250
Tennessee Valley Authority......................... ......... .......... ......... 1,725 1,725 1,725

Total agency securities............................. -24 -1,036 -355 6,086 5,074 5,050

See footnotes on page 3.







TABLE IV--SCHEDULE C (MEMORANDUM)--AGENCY BORROWING FINANCED THROUGH
ISSUE OF PUBLIC DEBT SECURITIES (In millions)

Account Balances
Transactions Current Fiscal Year


Fiscal Year to Date
This Month ..
This Year Comparable
Prior Year


Beginning of
This Year .ThisClose of
This Year This Month This Month


Borr.tunc from ui, Treasury:
Commodity Cre'iit C..rporation ..........................
D. C. C'r-mnirmss.n r Stadium sinking fund, Armory
Board, D. C...........................................
Expor- Import Bar3; of United States.....................
Federal Enilrgency Management Agency:
National Insuirnce 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:
Emerternc home purchase assistance fund.............
Mana :enrm: nl and liquidating functions ..................
Spec il assistance functions...........................
Inierna unra l 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.............................
U.S. Railway Association ..............................

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

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


S8 Z2,154

-216 129


2 5........


149
.... .....

14
2


25
. .........


..........78
78
..........


-283,532


220,500


20 ..........
-357 2. 134
10,166 1'.. 7n ':.-l


-15

1,326

1
67
25
-1

5
25
160





570
7

...........
15
...........



4
1
803
...........


6,105

47,550

808,955

1,298
55,814
50,587
-2,000

30,000
500,000
175,000





584,830
175,000

321
35,043
-50,000



24,766

2,127,139
..........


S14,374
............
19

............
357
107,309

2,188
1,959

52

2,329

5,968

3
7,865
624
111

2,236
2,350
885


16,521

363

20

114,961

2,188
1,959

52

2,314

7,146
4
7,917
647
110

2,241
2,350
1,045


S16,528

... 148

20
......... .....
117,475

2,188
1,959

52

2,314

7,294
...............
4
7,932
649
110

2,241
2,375
1,045


252 252


.......... ........... .......... 1,730 1,730 1,730

2.631 15.105 19.718.633 157.193 169.666 172.298



895 1,279 12,409 13,304 13,304
20 3 3 101 83 103
-67 -67 -232 1,288 1,288 1,221
S 9n 901 1 ?70 10 874 11,685 11,775
S......... -14 1 201 201

43 1.718 2.321 24.887 26.561 26.604


2,674 I


16,823 19,720,954


182,080 I 196,227


198,902


Classification


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.


I i






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


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

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

Federal Funds-
Department of Arirultur-
Agency -, .ur ... ... ....... .. ............ -5 -Z6 $5 ........... ..............

Department of Commerce.......................... ( -) -I 2 $2 $2


Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Federal Housing Administration:
Federal housing administration fund:
Public debt securities .........................
Agency securities................................
Government National Mortgage Association:
Emergency mortgage purchase assistance:
Agency securities...............................
Special assistance function fund:
Public debt securities .................... ......
Agency securities..............................
Management and liquidating functions fund:
Agency securities...............................
Guarantees of '.1.-r .:- -. it irck.i Securities
Public debt r, ............
:L r.'urities...............................
.,r .r p. Ir. sales fund:
Public debt securities...........................
Agency securities .................. ...........
Housing Management:
Community disposal operations fund:
Agency securities...............................
Department of the Interior ........................... .
Department of Labor..................................
Department of Transportation..........................
Department of the Treasury ...........................

Veterans Administration:
Veterans reopened insurance fund ...................

Independ.: itl 1 -i.i;
Expor;-Ir,,....rr t F' of the United States...............
Federal Emergency Mnacrmpnt Agency:
National insurance -1i l..IpI-..rt fund................
Federal Sainc~ and Ln an Insurance Corporation:
Public .. r r ,r ...... .. ....................
S:- r. securities.............................. .
'.. .. Credit Union Administration .................
O ther..............................................

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

Fr par, rlrEi of Commerce.............................
Dl j parrr nt 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.............................
A,.: n securities ................................
F- J1,i j supplementary medical insurance trust fund ...
Other............................ ............. ..

See footnotes on page 3.


*64 123
-6 -6


...........
-2

-1

11


33



-105
-3
5
-174


-14 -5

-2 -2

74 59
1 ..........


-303



604
-18
26
-1,215


55
..........



858

45
-512


59 2,192
-1 169


11

1
73

22

262
64

1,395
12



4,082
198
209
3,130


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

.......... -6 -27 6

103 361 -103 4,557
........-11 .......... 78
4 23 37 160
7 115 6u 665

-i -212 533 17,327
-9 -38 -11 435


2,251
169


11


(C)
4,685
180
236
1,914


4,815
67
178
.73
17. 17.


4,918
67
183
780

1 7 115


-68 -250 522 17,762 17,579 17,512


4 4
. ( .........2
3 23 35


...........
6



-736

378

62

102
1


-4,000
-100
1,792


3,460
. 3...823
-3,823


2,294 2,135
-50 .....
1,427 -735
3 1


22,700
555
3,392

18,141
50
3,821
8


19,436
455
4,807

20,374
5,147
11


18,700
455
5,184

20,436

5,248
11


406 397







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


Ne


Classification


This Mo


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

Department of Labor:
L'nempl,, nl nt trust fund ............................
O. herT .... ........................................

Departmani of State:
For, i .n service retirement and disability fund...........
1O h r .............................................

Department of Transportation:
Airport and iirw.i rust fund .........................
Hi 'nw.i. IruSl ioln.1 ..................................
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 Arc n. ;t-
Federal Deposit Insurin.: Crporation.................
General Secrvice lm iG rm i rlon .. ....................
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 ....................... ........
Emplo'iees h.-ith benefits fund......................
Empl: ee lifde insurance fund ......................
Ret rea rmp'.:I es health benefits fund...............
R.ui n3a R.tir]mrr nt Board ...........................
Total public debt securities.........................
Total agency securities ................. ...........

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

Off-budget Federal entities:
Federal Finain: m Bank ................................
Postal Service........................................
Rural electrification and telephone revolvan fund .........

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

Total Off-budget Federal entites ..................

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


t Purchases or Sales Securities Held as Inve
t P chases or Sales (-) Current Fiscal Ye


Fiscal Year to Date Beginning of
nth
T ar I'n l..r jr Tr,i, -. Thi .1.-nt


$37 -S36 I 141 I 409 I335


3,790


-6



-46
46
...........


-600


81



-338
136
-9 -


-9 -9
20 186


-6 -25


-29
...........

...........


187

1
...........


-954

-53
104
.........52
52


38

23
1


1,031

2
-1


-3,321
-100
-8
370
-1
-1,475


S 2,949 -2,379 -1
........... -250 .......

2 .
I *'-l -2.6y. -1



-4 1 F48

-4 I .-W.
-4 1 FA4
-4 1 645


2,77?


stments
'ar


Close of
This Month



$373


13,527
3


880
1


4,712
9,186


12,927
3


-25 388

3 8,072
........... 135
22 710
1 4


1,327

2
-1


-3,317
...........
-14
330

-1,228


11,894
3
39
18


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


,355 188,745
.... __ 1,015_



1 ......... .
858 1.982
3


-1.231 143 2,507c


12,738
3
39
17


81,364
175
658
4,447
1
416


12,924
3
40
17


80,410
175
605
4,551
1
468


183,417 186,366
765 765


It M.182


187.131


3,F3.1 43,630
3 3
3.Fi37 3.633

3.637 3,633
205 398 208,275


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







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


I t.i'. Dec. : r.ir. Ft. March \.prl] MAVy Jne .Iulv


NET RF.:FiPT

:r,, '"'u IJ 1r1... .I.: [ _. -.. .... ?
,.. *rpj.i .i ,,I r, It,... r,.,i L t I
- .... i ri- ran. .- taxes and
contributions:
Employment taxes and
contributions.............. 14
Unemployment insurance ....
Contributions for other
insurance and retirement ...
Excise taxes ................. 3
Estate an i -ift taxes ..........
Customs uir"- ...............
Miscellaneous receipts........ I

Total--receipts this
year................ 4

lotal-receipts prior year ...

NET OUTLAYS

L.- i- 1' .- branch............
Tr,.: .i.ll,., ", r-..................
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...................... 2
Department of Commerce......
Dr,- P .rlrii nl of Defense:
'1,1it. r.
Department of the Army... 1
Department of the Navy.... 4
Department of Air Force .. 4
Defense agencies ........ 1

Total Military........ 14

Civil ......................
Department of Education....... 1
Department of Enerev ........ I
Department of H 'UI-i and
Human Services:
Human Development
Services......... ...
Health Care Financing
Administration:
Grants to States for
Medicaid................ 1
Federal Hospital Ins.
Trust Fund.............. 2
Federal Supp. Med. Ins.
Trust Fund.............. 1
Other.................... 1
Social Security Adm.:
Assis. Pmts. Pr-: rJi ...
Federal Old-Age and
Survivors Insurance
Trust Fund.............. 11
Federal is,- ,r.I'r Ins.
Trust Fwun .......... 1
Other ................. 1
Other......................


5, 1 7 '" 770 3 .64'. ?21 '7; '13.391 41.F.72 ) .'.7F .
I 7', 4;. 10 220 2 173 1 293 6.9.10 7 34 1.202


314I 13 ,7 ; 13 501 13 t.15, 13.033 18.228' 19.112 1 .152 I
43' l".'j. 221 r-.:q 1.734 130 2.120 '5 t)

J3C3i 32) 335 3'57 342 3'45i 36? 327
4ou 3 334 3 633 3. ii7 90i '.18?2 2.732 2.84I
"13 '.r -r42 '.1n5 rt6 787 582 6 13
74-1 -'* 823 r6 44 P12 704 i83
3Y.1 1.41 1 : ,7 I 1.17. 1.215 1,457 1 '.2 1,34-9

.1'., 44.015 8..1i3 5'.2ri'j 43 I~12 49.291 75,77; 36 753




: 10'. 119 128 110 118 110 91
V, 47 "j 45 i'~ 3i 4.8 74

r' 11 7 8 10 i


6r7 230 ? 5- 312:, 213 473 1T 182

l3 3.Vi r7 131 I 324 ;3 309
?71 2|.8 -llt 411 -3. 178 241 44
1


883 1,738 2,754 3,109 773 876 271 9
,262 1,334 2,039 1,464 2,211 3,518 2,214 1,353
212 163 162i 179 165 165 167 152
I- -

.399 3.7 3.r. 3.3e 3 .4' 3 766 3.892 3.7661
.493 4..', '2 .24, 4 i51 4.62 5.363' 5.195 4.6,86
.532 4.,)5. 4,)99 3.9')9 4.234 4.742' 4,953 4.297
. ,2F. I..2, 1..7 1 .92 1. 8 9 ',171 1.'73 2.077

.151 13.1', I' .. ) 13 743 14.: 39 I 04-2 I 6,013 14,826

2"0 -".: 2;1 21: 1 1 245 206
.2 1.41 1. 1.4 1 2 .) 1 -'l 1.O 1.0 ..2 1 1 .1r
.I)4, 331 '9 ?.'.7 8. 832 6.92 98


369 369


1,363

2,626

1,278
1,036

708

11,009

1,497
192
-608


416 510 476 I 437 557


1,339 1,308 1,436 1,469 1,671

2,920 2,591 2,664 3,168 2,997

1,304 1,164 1,165 1,358 1,258
2,750 141 1,045 1,868 1,037

524 688 692 636 763


21,985 233 11,171 11,237 11,303

2,929 39 1,478 1,558 1,490
2,569 224 1,101 1,234 1,617
-3,455 422 -548 -1,338 -796


460



1,464

2,750

1,269
1,055

662


11,217

1,448
246
-689


'


j







TABLE V--COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS

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


Chas-si)i ta I I



OUTLAYS- --C .r,. nued

Department of Hu.iusinc
and Urtun De'elopmeni
Department o:f thl Inte ris .
Department of justice
Depalrment L.IL.-r
Unenmpl\% Mni- trust und ..
Other....... ... ..
Department of St.e .
Department i.f Tr.Lnsport.tiin
Highway, trust lund ..
O their ... ... ........ ... ..
Department ... the TreaCsun
Interest o:n the public ebt .
General ret-nue srinnL... ..
Other ... ......... .....
Enn ronmental Pr 'itecti'n
A eencv............ .. ....
Nantoril Aernauci.s and
Space Admdrnilr t llo ...
Veterans Adnmunstr il)n
Compensaltun and ptnsfln .....
National service I e. ...... .
Government seracve Life ...
O ther.. ... ... .. .. ....
Independent Aoencies
General Serices Admin.....
Office I Pers.rnnrel M nage-
m ent ............. ..... .
Postal Se rvce. ...............
Small Business Admninslriltiu, ..
Tennessee V'alle', Auih nitv .....
.er ind agencies ...... ..
unnistriouted offs.tlinc rtceipti
Federal employer 'c-ntlributlon
to retirement lund ..... ..
Interest credited to certain
accounts..... .. ... ......
Rents and R,,valties on Outer
Continental Shell Lands........

Tolals-this ear
Budget outlas. .............

Budget surplus t-I or deficit I I

Off-budget surplus I -i.r
deficit I -I ....................

Total surplus -) or deficit -i...

Totals-pn-i' ifa,
Budeet oula. i ... .........

Budget nrpluw I / or defic I, .........

Off.budgei surplus f I nr defic I. ......

Toltl urpIlus t i or deficit i ...... ....


0.1 I N- D' i.In FM. M% rc 0-0I M,
Or.. k. Ft. i l


. 1.7>;
335
220

1.150
555



1.020

7.973
1,144




658

2.031
29
4
946,

110

1,i'57
217
402,
236'
1.205


524
205

1 2r.1
564
203

733
7-75

8 587

-385

435

517

128
407
it,


-79

1 ,b5 6

50
17'
286


.1 42.,
420
199

1.:76r
555
142'

792
999

14.791



425
'1.514

Ui



L'.198
38
5
973

29

1.6-15
-9.
-18
172
1.2M


. 1.514
252
:09

1.182





,Y 4
157

414

7.94
1 122
-1,18'
394 I .


4-45

411
4-i



-223

1, %.3 i
-55
8,I,
836


*4
13**

2. ':74
247
223




43.
-334

.,34

491

1 115
t:i

773

143



13
4i
"A


i63
292)
243

2 6 j6
511
141
49$
750


1
- 1. -'02

42r.

*:.24

1 113
58

1.092





12
73
1 080


1.ti.8. ,
28'1
242

2.12
4 'i
174

513
I ,243

8., 93
1.1 42
-194

395

-164

2,184
40
5
1,07 t

- 27'i

1 776
209
r95
144
1.2,6


F I- '_ ] -
I LB 'I Ir ''r ,,
I l I'n,.,-
l,.Y;


413
18;

2 .';9
302


544
P,,)2
-7 40


1
-790

353I

482

39'
39|








122 i
393;


-530 -48 -128 -277 -640 -503 -510 -503

-251 -2-12 ,7u08 -22 -7 -192 -202 -317

-258 -1,250 -373 -511 -7. 3 -984 -59 1 -4i6'


63.256 5-,658 7. 291! 4 5,93:, 57.82?2 6J346. 6'..73 '.
~ ------- V -
-18.105 -10,642 -19.468 -9.339 -14.7F:9 -18,2'"5 -'.7'04 -Ih.930


-64- -1,880 -1.04 -1.230 -213 -518 -993 -2.

-18,749 -12.522 -20.51E -6.1174 -14 993 -18 773 -.711 -21.424


.14,'L ri a~.- ,,j rI 13, 4tri'.iii 4..l ~ *i i~iJjJI

IA~i'1Ir~i' -ti


.' I 1 I J / I J


It. f ,' 4 1.1 1.' ." 4 t, I 1 "4.'
t 4==


/ 5' 44 >,i' 'I

I- ir 3-~' *- 14


9.8'K
2 Fl,
S1.7 J

15 1'200
4 i0'2
1,467

4 e.63
8.325

74.317
3.426
-, 45.2'

3.339

4.136

8. 40i
318
41
6 A01

10

13.041
F?6
.,31
: .05 '
6.650


-4,072

-8 216.

-5,124


., 281
3038
1.820

12.995
8. of 8
I 364

5.538
9.912

':.9..,7f,
A3. 2r
3 '-J2
-4.517

3.t.24

3.747

n,205
329
42
6.758

-51

11.857
1.'593
1 .375
1.362
7,708


-3 664

-7.287
-5,334


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


Current Month Fiscal Year to Date Securities held as Investments
Current Fiscal Year
Classification
Beginning of
Receipts Outlays Excess Receipts Outlays Excess BeginClose of
This Year This Month This Month


Trust receipts, outlays, and invest-
ment held:
Airport and airway.................
Black lung disability trust fund ......
Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. ....
Federal disability insurance ........
Federal employees life and health
benefits..........................
Federal employees retirement ......
Federal hospital insurance..........
Federal old-age and survivors
insurance .....................
Federal supplementary medical
insurance... ....................
General Revenue Sharing ..........
Highway ..........................
Military assistance advances........
Railroad retirement................
Unemployment ....................
Veterans life insurance ............
All other trust ....................


(*)
S57

1,810

327
2,837

9,965


577

540
5.0034

34


S47
55
-166
1,415
-54
1,273
2,705

11,029

-88
1
537
-23
447
1 .955
44
15


Trust fund receipts and outlays
on the basis of Table III and
investments held from
Table IV D ................... 21,150 19,193

Interfund receipts offset against
trust fund outlays ................. 1 951 1,951

Total trust fund receipts and
outlays ........................ 23.101 21,144

Fede ral fund rec-rPpt- and oulla' on
the brjsi ..l Table [ ...... ......... 15,603 36.490


-847
2
166
395
54
-946
132

-1,064

88
-1
40
23
93
3.049
-44
19


13,294

2,736
22,556

82,564

4,567
4,388

?.147
11,815

262


409
-1,021
11,486
-335
6,070
20,235

86,508

-1,554
3,428
4,268
881
3.477
12,385
-26
-105


-319
1,021
1,807
335
-3,334
2,322

-3,945

1,554
1,138
120
-881
-1.330
-57,
267
367


1,958 144,629 146,426 -1,798


$4,712
11,894
3,392
4,795
84,952
18,191

23,255

3,821

9,186
1.943
13,527
9.305
787



189,760


$4,420
12,738
4,807
5,105
82,576
20,374

19,891

5,147

9,276
416
'.137
9.375
921



184,182


$4,374
.............
12,924
5,184
5,156
81,617
20,436

19,155

5,248
.............
9,322
.......... o..
468
12,927
9,340
980



187,131


25.461 2' 461 I


1.958 170,090 171.887 -1. 78

-?n0.8l8 2?9.058 341.400 -79.341


IntEtrfun rect-ipts onset ti:ainit i
Federna lunt oullri\s .............. 9 9 ....... 208 208 .......

To-il Federal fund receipi and
oull. ....................... .15.12 36.49. -20.888 262.26 I 341,607 I -79.341

To.tal inl[riund receipt t in- utl. ..... .-1.96'' -1.960 ... -30.235 -30.235 ......

Net r-..det rccipt anid ,:.uti .... ... .. 36.753 55.683 -18,930 402,12' 483,259 -61.139

Note: Interfund receipts and outlays are transactions between Federal tunds 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 $4, 567 million in Federal funds transferred to trust funds for general revenue sharing.


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


Receipts and Outlays

Classification


This Month

-------------- --


NET RECEIPTS


Individual income e taxes........................................................
Corp.r.i I.. n int )me taxes ................................... .................
Soc L.d u.,'ran.e taxes and contributions:
Employment taxes and contributions .........................................
Un.'m pl.-.in.,.-r insurance ........................... ...................
C.,nti rtiiit-. lT or 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 ..................................... ...
Ene r.-r ............................ .......................................
N rural resources and environment ..............................................
Ariculture ................................. ...............................
Commr er.: and housing credit .......................................... .......
Transportation ...........................................................
Community and regional development ............................................
Educati.-.n training, ,mpl....-m nrt r nd social services ..............................
Health ............................................ .....................
Income surit.............................................................
Veterans h.neifr and services .................................................
Administration of justice ......................................................
General government. ................ .........................................
General purpose fiscal assistance ...............................................
Interest ................... ...................................... .. ......
Undistributed offsetting receipts. ................................................

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


'9,576
1,202
15 15"

32i
2,848
613
683
1,349




15,204
559
613
486
849
-400
-129
1,425
457
1,996
6,019
20,269
753
364
433
352
7,720
-1,286


55,683


Fiscal Year
To Date



Z188,392
31,449


2.741
2'. 20-
5 31
5 7 ". i
10,733
4 12. .u



121,920
7,291
4,862
3 74
8 41::1'
12,172
3,630
13,339
4,968
17,472
48,115
163,652
16,022
3,091
3,238
4,723
64,030
-17,413


483,259


C.-n i'.r..itl: Period
I r.. F ..,1 Year



-174 886
33 3,,.,

107,336
11,763
2,613
24,970
4 397
4 167
8,769
573 066i



103,671
7,827
4,460
6,227
9,145
5,280
3,534
15 i84
6.5-3.
21,408
42,479
149,205
15,355
3,152
3,154
5,136
50,996
-16,285


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