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Final monthly Treasury statement
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Full Text
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Monthly Treasury Statement of


Receipts and Outlays of the United States Go

for the fiscal year through June 30, 1982


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


Turt l BuH iei :n.1 Off- ul.i,,'i Rrialt s


Budel Bu.iel
Re-elpts Outlays


Budce Off- Bu.Jl-ri
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P. Re.liulor,
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Increase (-)


ST.,jaJ
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Oier irns
Srs UIff-Dudgel
SFinancing


Current mnnlth I Jine 1982) .
Actual 198. in ne mrnurtr- .. ..


' (i .15 .f. :'...7- ,.7
.1A 47-3 y42 A 8 -74 415 -11.287


Comparalive data:
Actual 1981 (nine months).......... 443 495 492,300
Actual 1981 (full year)............. 9 .272 657,204
Estimated 1982 ............... ..... ...... ........
Estimated 1983' ............. ... ....... ..... .. .......


-48,805
-57,932


-14,095
-21,005
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-62,900
-78,936


60,869
79,329


-2,923 62,900
1,485 78,936
1


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


Classification


Individual income taxes ....................................
Corporation income taxes....................................
Social isiIurance taxes and contributions:
Employment lanes and contributions ........................
Unemployment ir-urance ..................................
Coni nbutions for ot he r insurance and retirement.............
Excise Lta es .. .... ...................................
Estate and gift taxes .......................................
Custom s duties..............................................
Miscellaneous receipts......................................
Total...................... ....................

BUDGET OUTLAYS
Legislative branch.................... .....................
The Judiciaryv .............................................
Executre Office of the President............................
Funds Appropriated to the President:
International secuntrii ssstance ............................
International development assistan-e .......................
Other.................................................
Department of Agriculture................................
Department at Commerce 2 .................................
Department of Defense Military 2............................
Department of Defense Civil............................
Department of Education2.................................
Department of Enerv -'......................................
Department of Health and Human Services2....................
Department of Housing and Urban Development .................
Department of the Interlor .................. ................
Department of Justice 2......................................
Depart ment of Labor........................................
Department of State.......................................
Department of Transportation................................
Department of the Treasury:
General revenue sharing...................................
Interest on the public debt .................................
Other2 .................................................
Environmental Protection Agency............................
National Aeronautics and Spice Administration ................
Veterans Admimnistration ....................................
Other independent agencies ................................
Allowances, undistributed ...............................
Undistributed offsetting receipts:
Federal employer cont nbutions to retirement funds ..........
Interest .:.n certain Government accounts ....................
Rents and royalties on the Outer Continental Shelf lands ......

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

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

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


Actual
This Month


$32,273
10,589

17,018
217
336
2,768
745
771
1,634


Actual Actual
This Fiscal Comparable
Year to Date Prior Period


8220,665 $208,615
42,038 49,157

137,579 121,178
12,032 11,997
: ..1 2,935
2l~ s7 29,194
6,091 4,928
6,646 5,758
12,368 9,733


Budget
Estimates
Full Fiscal Year'


66,353i 468,473 443,495


133
166
-389
1,526
145
16,041
236
1,000
719
21,087
1,374
243
191
2,843
134
1,625

15,762

4,1
497
1,923
3,459


-491
-7,175
-323
59.629


2,349
1,672
877
28,335
1,511
135,064
2,126
11,008
6,111
186,176
11,270
2,861
1,891
22,045
1,601
14,632
3,428
90,159
-8,124
3,740
4,633
17,923
25,408

-4,564
-I'.. 191
-5.447
542,888


881
486
73

2,483
1,593
1,777
21,552
1,692
114,781
2,286
11,659
8,433
166,535
11,212
2,791
2,025
23,454
1,507
17,181
3 991
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Net Transactions Account Balances
(-) denotes net reduction of either Accourrent Fiscal Yancesar
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Directly Related to
Budget and Off-budget Activity) Fiscal Year to Date Beginning of
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Borrowing from the public:
Public debt securities, issued under general financial
authorities:
Oblieutions of the United States, issued by:
Ruled States Treasury ...............................
Federal Financing Bank .............................

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

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

Deduct:
Federal securities held as investments of
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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... ..................
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Balance.................... ...................

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

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

Total asset accounts ......................
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Transactions not applied to current year's surplus or deficit
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-6 1,207 2,064 3,835 5,049 5,043

-30 234 313 781 1,045 1,016
533 852 -2,613 10,458 10,777 11,310

3,489 -5,314 -4,954 34,323 25,521 29,010

-723 -796 6,670 10,460 10,387 9,664

2,766 -6,110 1,717 44,783 35,907 38,674

-4,484 +85,382 +62,364 +782,009 -871,876 -867,392

27 319 537 .......... 291 319

-4,457 +85,701 -62,900 *782,009 +872,167 -867,711






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


Classification


This
Month


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....

E X C ,: _- -. -.,A I .t ,i l i t i -z ; ,- I[ t n l d li p e I 1 ,.l ti. 1 I l ,' 4 1 z I .

pdi ..'I u piuu_- 1 I 't. ficit
RBaJ .I1 uon cor,'puo- ii'' A urull ld I.u.j-tcI in prir fih ca.l vear"
Retl. ; i tCj ii n .rj ', :'ut.-r corl[li-i rnt l ;h,- [i t *', .p,-i,- .

Bud. et 4.urplu. I or a lii it (TjL.,. [I .. .

Cffl-tl,'J a,.t surplus (- 1 ,r 'le1l t i Tjable [Di .

Toral .uirplua I I ,.-r Je-ll ii I TaL. lr [ i .. .

Transactionr- notch applied .: .uiirent -i l s-urplus o.,r dL cAlcil
Se- ri r ra ..
Incrt': int on l.' ..........
Pr,'c -,.1. r Ironm c Ur ..nr .... .. .. .. ... .
P r..fl l % ron ,a uf ol, .. .. ... ..
N.l 1ii }1 I'..,' i I. I',,M F l:an '. iu tl,..n arliu t-i enri.......

T...-il- -Tran.Jcti,:,on not appli- t':, .urr rin yzar
.urplu. or '1,elicl .

E xW:L- ;_ ...I I at' l 'i e c [ lu- ,.,f p riod .. .... .. .


$871,876






-F..724
B. I 8 7i. ,




-6 724

2.2t.7

-4.457


Fiscal Year to Date

This Year Prior Year


-27 -31' -537

467.392 867.392' 76 ,.017 I
I


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


Classification


Net Transactions
(-) denotes net reduction of
liability accounts


This Month


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


-21..........
-21


Fiscal Year to Date


Account Balances
Current Fiscal Year


Beginning of


This Year Prior Year This Year


-8171


-95

-47


-1,057


$446

516

432


1

1

2,715

250
1,725


This Month


1

2,165

250
1,725


-440 6,086 5,050 5,029


See footnotes on page 3.


Close of
This Month


$110


419

358

1

1

2,165

250
1,725


$782,009 8703,172

......... 561

782.0t'j 7i.i:t".73


7 4.415- 4'..13,;6

74.415 41,8,t,



w5.701 f.2,00


-319 -342

1'2i44
... .-..1.. ..






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

Transactions Account Balances
Transactions Current Fiscal Year


Classification


Borrou in-, fr.)m the Treasury:
Commoluri Cr.ilti Cor'p-'..r tlit. .... .... ............
Comnnr':r -. Fir -.n 'I-i.t 1 1 ...................
D.C. C ,'nni, -L.:i.n.-r- r.i.1un -ir'-ingfund, Armory
Board, D .C. .......... .............. ......... .
Expori -lm pirn Bink of United States ....................
Federal E nim rcenc Management Agency:
National lnsur-an,:c 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:
Emeroen'v home purchase assistance fund ............
Man~aem.-nt aind liquidtLn. functions .................
Special assitla n e l c- fin.-m 'ons ........................
Interrutiorial Communt itio.n 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 ........................
A. i.:uliur i credit insurance fund ....................
RuraJ development insurance fund ....................
Secretary of Education:
College housing loans ...............................
Secretary of Ener-_
Bonneville Powe r Administration.....................
Secretary of Housin- ind Urban Development:
H.usLz for ih.- Ehleri in.d Handicapped ..............
Loa -Rent Painl. H..u..in. ; ............................
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 Basinea; A.dmmnii ra,'i..n. Disaster Loan Fund ......
SmJthsrian Inarrutrlin
John F. Kennedy Center parking facilities.............
Tennessee Villey Aurul:.itr ............................
Veterans .,amir isi rtin
Veterans direct loan program........................

Total Borrowing from the Treasury ........................



E xpon- Lmpori Bank of the United States ................
Nanonal Credit Union Administration ...................
Postal Service .......................................
Tennessee Vall e Autrhort ............................
U.S. Railway Asso'. iainm .............................

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

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


This Month




?44
1


-148

10
2,767


Fiscal Year to Date

This Year Comparable
Pis ear rior Year


2,.198 -4220
1 ..........


-19 7

30 ..........
-357 -527
12,933 17,772


70 70


...........

-46
1
32

...........








50
-25


-15

1,280

2
99
25
-1

5
25
160


..........

620
-18


........... ********
-100 -100



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


48
912
.........

100
52
-2

30
500
190

..........


655
525

35
-50

..........

25

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


17.760 22.186


524
-1

215
6

744


1,866
10
-232
1,400
215

3.259


3,400 20,222 25,445 ,


Beginning of


This Year



$14.374
............

19

357
107,309

2 188
I 959

52

2,329
5,968

3
7,865
624
111

2,236
2.350


2,687

700

2,095
25

8
332
200

252

25
1
14
325


157,193



12,409
101
1,288
10,874
215

24,887


This Month



$16,528
...........

148
2O

117,475


2,314
7,294

4
7,932
649
110

2,241
2,375
1,045

2,687

700

2,665
32


20
150

1,730

172.298



13,304
103
1,221
11,775
201
26,604


- Close of
This Month



$16,572
1



30
120,241


2,314
7,248

5
7,964
649
110

2,241
2,375
1,045

2,687

700

2,715
7


20
150

1,730

174.953



13,829
102
1.221
11 '1
32107

27.349


182,080 198,902 202,302


Note: Includes only amounts loaned to Federal Agencies in lieu of A :en.-. Debt issuance and excludes Federal Finarcirne Bank purchase of loans made or
guaranteed by Federal Agencies. The Fr-..er Fir.rncint Ba.n- I.rr.._- from Treasury and issues its own ieuricti,: and in turn may loan these
funds to Agencies in lieu of Agencies b.:.rr.-ara .3 re.-l, 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
Current Fiscal Year
Classification
Fiscal Year to Date Beginning of Close of
This Month __________ ______ Close of
This Month
This Year Prior Year This Year This Month

Federal Funds:
Department of Agriculture:
Agency securities ................................... ........... -85 -$6 $5 ............ ..............

Department of Commerce .............................. .1 1 -2 2 $2 $3

Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Federal Housing Administration:
Federal housing administration fund:
Public debt securities............................ (. ) 123 58 2,192 2,315 2,315
Agency securities ............................... (.) -6 -1 169 163 163
Government National Mortgage Association:
Emergency mortgage purchase assistance:
Agency securities ............................... .......... .......... 3 11 11 11
Special assistance function fund:
Public debt securities............................ .......... (w) ...) 1 1 1
Agency securities ............................... -1 -15 -7 73 59 58
Management and liquidating functions fund:
Agency securities ............................... (.) -3 -3 22 20 19
Guarantees of Mortgage-Backed Securities:
Public debt securities............................ 13 87 65 262 336 350
Agency securities ............................... ........... 1 1 64 65 65
Participation sales fund:
Public debt securities............................ 12 -291 -69 1,395 1,092 1,104
Agency securities................................ ........... .......... .......... 12 12 12
Housing Management:
Community disposal operations fund:
Agency securities................................ ........... .......... .......... ( ) (-) (-)
Department of the Interior.............................. -85 519 874 4,082 4,685 4,601
Department of Labor................................... 1 -17 .......... 198 180 181
Department of Transportation........................... 8 34 28 209 236 243
Department of the Treasury ............................ 7 -1,209 -532 3,130 1,914 1,921

Veterans Administration:
Veterans reopened insurance fund ..................... 18 22 19 468 473 491
Independent Agencies:
Export-Import Bank of the United States................ 92 92 .......... ............ ............ 92
Federal Emergency Management Agency:
National insurance development fund................. ........... -6 -27 6 ............ ..............
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation:
Public debt securities.............................. 43 404 -530 4,557 4,918 4,961
Agency securities.................................. ........... -11 .......... 78 67 67
National Credit Union Administration .................. ........... 23 37 160 183 183
Other............................................... 8 123 74 665 780 788


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.....
Other...............................................

See footnotes on page 3.


118 -94 -5 17,327 17,115 17,232
-1 -40 -12 435 397 396

116 -134 -17 17,762 17,512 17,628


() (a-) (-) 1 1 1
........... ( ) ( ) 1 2 2

1 5 5 67 70 71
( ) ( ) .......... 1 1 1
3 25 38 70 93 95
........... ( ) (C ) ( ) (C ) (C )
1 23 16 25 48 48


-1,028 -5,028 2,378 22,700 18,700 17,672
........... -100 .......... 555 455 455
746 2,538 -3,808 3,392 5,184 5,930

1,316 3,610 3,053 18,141 20,436 21,752
........... -50 .......... 50 ............ ..............
286 1,712 -767 3,821 5,248 5,534
1 4 2 8 11 12





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


Classification




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

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

Department of State:
Foreign service retirement and disability fund..........
Oth'-r ....... ....................................

Department of Transportation:
Airport and airway trust fund .........................
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.......................
Retired employees health benefits fund.............
Railroad Retirement Board .........................

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

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

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

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

Total Off-budget Federal entities..................

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


Net Purchases or Sales (-)


Fiscal Year to Date
This Month _
This Year | Prior Year


z32 -$4 Z178


-2,072 -2,672


43 125


102
265

-8
4

6

304
..... 28



21




2,893

13
3


4.282


-237
401

-17
190

-19

341

51
1

1,052

2
-1


-428
-100
5
374
-1
-151

-250


46


-41
-1,003

-24
61

-24

264
46
1 0


1,330

2
-1

-1,308
-32
350

-15

1 2h5
...........


4,282 1.653 1.285


202
..........


1.850
<-1


Securities Held as Investments
Current Fiscal Year


Beginning of


This Year T This Month


S409


565 13,527
-27 3


880


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 .45
1.015

189.760


133
763
...........


! Close of
- This Month


Z373


1404


12,927
3


10,855
3


4,374
9,322

61
322

363

8,109
135
733
5


12,924
3
40
17


80,410
175
605
4,551
1
468

186.366i

187.131


12,945
3
40
17

83,303
175
618
4,554
1
1,792

I'Al h48
5.


1.982 3.630
3 3


202 1,850 896 1,985 1 3,633 3,834

202 1,850 896 1,985 3,633 3,834

4,600 3,369 2,164 209,507 208,275 8212,875


Note: Investments are in Public Debt Secutities 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)


Cla'.?icali].:,n


>ETT RECEIPTS

In,-ii idual irn:,nrri, frax-
Corp:ration in,..fp [Sa.,
fcia;l irnz rarnce is3-, ar.-
. ..ri r Irb.u r, r.. ;
E rrpl,.'rn iinT isL.x' a r.
.-..r,rritr1ij c.nrL
I. n- -pl.:V rr.,nl in urance
Contri.rT.L .:i for cOther
IniUranc anria rlircm-l t
Exci se I a..-e
E 3Lae and ll' ralz

Micell IaeCus rec_ pri

Total- r.:e ,pi thr
.ar


NT T OL')IT LA,

1.er' "Ilati e Rranch
Thi- ldiciar;
Z Ec'itl Ot rice of ti-
Preie -ri
f'und!; Appropriaitd To t1t.
Pr d- ni
[ri;rnia iurinal tecur i1

In' rnaia oral die- lcprrni-ni
a i rstnre
Olr.e r
D.parl rri r,r :.f Acri.:ulrur.
F-r'u4 rI a- ci2 l3rre. 'pecial
pop.)ri proerram= and
C:rimn. dirv Credil
C.'rpr.iralin
,_,-r r, Iil
Olhi,: r
Ei-par mrr-rri .,,i iComnr r'-.
Departmrent '..l 'fl' r,
TiT liiarv






Civil ......................
Department of Education......
Department of Energy.........
Department of Health 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. Program ....
Federal Old-Age and
Survivors Insurance
Trust Fund ...... .
Federal Disability Ins.
Trust Fund .. ......... .
Other. ......... ...........
Other ...... .... ....... .


i Ocl "'.i-


"22 = 1 .775 2'. 77',
1. .'. 74', I10 -20


14 314
43-'


3.4 W.
.43
784
1.3'.'


13.,r
I. .3

323
3 334

1 .41
1 s41


13 I1
221I

33'5
3 r.33
r.42
,e23
I .1.79


45 lV. 44 0)15 6 "23




109 11v3
4-. 47 F.3


Fi-zcal Corm-
Jan Feb March April M.a lurin JuJ. Aue'. Sept. Year p1 ile
,T PPriod
I Date PFr. r
.. .. ....t --i



32.*'4,, '21.007 .13 391 ':41, E.2 :9..7' '32.273 2.'0.665' 208,615
2 473 1.293 6.,10 7,342 I 202 10.589 42.0381. 49,157


13.,15 13 033 18.2'8 1i 112 15.152' 17.018 137,5i7 121,178
4N 1.734 130, 2. I?0 5.I04 217 12.032 11.997

357 342 395 3.2 327 336 | 3.f77 2,935
3 087 2 90i 3.18.2 2 732 2 8-48 78 I l7,977! 29,194
'.1. Pt1,6 787 582 ,13 74. 6.091 4,928
r.9n .--4 I2 ; ,:H S,6 771 6,6-46, 5,758
1.17.: I 1', I 4.7 1,152 1.341 1.634 12.3681 9.733
--- -- -- A --tP

55. .9 43 r-42 4 2"91 75.777 3r..753 '6.353 4 8,4731 .........

S l: .' ,._' J J .'1- ,J:, ...... .. 44J49i


1i8 110 11 110 91 14 985 881
45 7' 99 4.- 74 F.)2 I 536 486

11 7 1'0 r, 7 I 71 73


2?,3491

1.672
8771


8~3 1.73x 2.,54 3.109 772 87 2I71
2 2'2 1 334 2.-39 1.4.4 2.211 3.516 ? 214
21- 163 12 179 61". 165 117


3 3'3 3 37) 3 68 3 304 3 4.'e8 ,, ? W-' 2
4.493 4.r.2 5 2c4". 4.~ !, 4 .2 5.13r.3 19..
4.,'32 4.,i6 4 ''99 3 '.4') 4 234 4.742 4.9153
1.9.2r; I 1I. 1 1 -2,r 1 .t 2.171 1.973

14 3.1 13 154': 1 880 13.783 14 23'9 t:..2 If. 13

290 25.0 271 21 137 15 245
1,269 I 414 1.415 1.2693 1.218 1.s59 I 261
1,004 321 59 55'.7 6'r7 x32 6:2


369 369 I4o.


11,006

1,527
1,495
-548


1 3.73

2,626

1,278
1,036

708

11,009

1,497
192
-608


1 33'

2,920

1,304
2,750

524


21,985

2,929
2,569
-3,455


510 476 437 557


1,306

2,591

1,164
141

688


233

39
224
422


1 436

2,664

1,165
1,045

692

11,171

1,478
1 11i
--lb


1 4,r?'
3,168

1,358
1,868

636


11,237

1,558
1,234
-1,338


1.671

2,997

1,258
1,037

763


11,303

1,490
1,617
-796


9 13 l 10,426' 4.379
1 3'53 1 513 I 17.909j 17.174
152 145 I 511 1,692
-t- -t----- 4 *

3 7 4 011 32,.673I 2'7.367
4.1 5.241 I 44.0311- 36.838
4.2f7 4.73 I 40.552 34.682
.,:177 ,'.j, ,17.808 15.893

14.82V 16.04 135. .4 114.781

2' 23', ?, 2126 2.286
1 i0 l ,,. I 11 .0)8 11.659
t.'8 719 I 111 8,433


40 459 I .058' 4,121

I .

1 464 1.:73 I 13,034 12.131
2,750 3,312 25 707! 21,441

1,269 1,363 11.417 9,661
1,055 1,024 10.9851 7,058

662 501 5.83' 6,287


11,217 12,947

1,448 1,492
246 891
-689 -2,475


102.108 ,

13.458,
9.568'
-10,042


89,509

12,682
8,940
-5,296







TABLE V--COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS 29
BY MONTHS OF CURRENT FISCAL YEAR (In millions)--Continued

II r p, r ,"Ia -
I I ,:- r psra .-
Classfllcatton 01: :.,, I e laIn FLI., March .April .I r lu.-r lul' A-ur pt PT, r .
_[ Ia nrior
F V

OU'TLAYS- -Continued

Department of Housine
and Urban Detelopmenit 1 7v 800 1.425 .1 514 .ti'4 83 L I h' 7., 1 614 11 .70 11,212
Department of the Inreri,:,r .35 524 420 252 54 24': 26'* 433 243 2. 1 2 791
Department of Justice 220 205 1i 1 2109 1' 243 24' lIt. 191 ] 891 2.0u2
Department of Lab.-r
Unemployment tru-t fund 1.151) 1 261 1,769 1 .32 2 174 2' 2. 2' 2 OT i' 2....'. 17 460 14.393
Other 555 5.4 ,,5 49 '47 '.11 499 50i: ,4 4 i. 9 062
Department of otate 25) 203 14 1'.7 '223 141 174 17" 134 1 ., I I .',j7
Department of Transportatlon
Highwav trust fund 751 733 792 454- 43Q 4.-' 513 544 C 2 5,43-5 6.36,
Other 1.0?20 775 999. 92r 1.r.71 750 I `93 8"' h! 9 1]A 10 812
Department of the Treasury
Interest on the public debt 7.975 8.58; 14.791 7 *)94 8 442 8 8 ) 8 '3 9 'i 'T, 15.762 I 15. 72.404
General revenu-e -harin 1,144 2 ** 1,122 17' I I 142 1 l | 3.4" 3.r991
Other. -851 -385 -1.514 -1,182 -334 -1.202 -1 4 -7 -7 i r. -'.12. -' fe.i
Environmental Protectio.n
Agency 577 435 423 394 334, 4-r, 395 353 4.i i.74J 4.10i)
National Aeronautics and
Space Aaminrstration 658 I 5 '-51 443 493 .'24 44 4W 4, 4 '.33 4,256
Veterans Admirustration I
Compensation and pension' 2.031 128 2.1IM 41 1.10A, 1.113 2. I4 39 1I.410 4.4li' '4.234
National Iec' i- e lu 2J 40 38 4.1 26 58 40 39 33 351z 381
Governmirent service le. 4 5 4 5 5 4 r. 47 1
Other 946 676 973 665 773 1.092 'Xi r,-' 784 7.%'5 7.4.l1
Independent Agencie
General Servic-.4 Admiin 11 -79 23 -223 143 223 -27-. 1,2 127 137 -,3
Office of Per;orinel Mlana4.- -
ment I ..57 1.656 I 645 13,57- 4 1.469 1.575 1 ,776 1 707 1.7,1 14,808 13 431
Postal Service 217 ...... -9 209 ...... .. .. .. 2 I 343
Small Business Adminrutratlor 402 50 -18 -55 13 12 .9 63 47 610 1.609
Tennessee Vallev Authoritv 236 179 172 80 46 73 14-1 !22 224 I 6 1,482
Other ind agencii-s 1 205 2H6 1.284 836 294 1.,)iu 1.266 333 I.Jul 7.952 9 452
Undistribuled offsenitn receipti ,
federal employer contribution '
to retirement fund -530 -481 -628 -277 -'-40 -503 -510 -'13 -4-91 -4.56-4 -4 103
Interest created to crlair ,
accounts -251 -"42 -6 70A -2?8 -75. -192 -20? -317 -7.175 -1 391 -13.261'
Rents and Rovilite- on Outer
Conrinental Sheli Lanrds -258 -1.250 -373 -511 -759 -9s4 -522 -4-. 6 -323 -- ,.447 -". 3w4

Totals-this year
Budget outlays G3.256 54.58 76.291 45.9i30 7 "122 63 '".4r 6 073 wt,.63 5).6. I 5 c m. ........

Budget surplus .(+ or deficit 1-1. -18.105 -10.642 -19.468, -9.339 -14.7811,-1b 255 I -9.7 04 -18, 930 -6,.724 4 .... ..

Off-buaget surplus (*1 or ,
deficit (-'. -64-1 '1.0 -1.048, -1.230 -213 -5-18 -393 .494 -2.267 -11 7 .. .......
.. -, ---- '-"-" -
Total surplus (.3 or deficit I- -18,749 -12 522 -20 516 -8,109 -14.993 -18.773 711 -?1 42 4,.457 -85 701 ....

Budger ..ia i' ,' 3414I') it 44 ......... I
S' I-.-- I ---- i.. .. .
BudSere 'plh.uri--driici l. .n o',''' l .'lve ,i n'l -p"i *I' i i 3 .

Offlnbudrerupl i .- ai dri1 2 ''0 1 i d f 4 ?4 1 j't'
IllalW p1s r t Ief r. l ." 1 11 ''.' o .- i "'I 1 1 I I .1 J 1


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


Fiscal Year to Date Securities held as Investments
Current Fiscal Year


Classification


Receipts Outlays Excess


Trust receipts, outlays, and invest-
ment held:
Airport and airway................. .......
Black lung disability trust fund ...... $49
Federal Deposit Insurance Corp..... .......
Federal disability insurance ........ 2,050
Federal employees life and health
benefits ......................... .......
Federal employees retirement ...... 336
Federal hospital insurance ......... 3,459
Federal old-age and survivors
insurance........................ 11,560
Federal supplementary medical
insurance ........................ .......
General Revenue Sharing ........... .......
Highway .......................... 589
Military assistance advances ....... .......
Railroad retirement ............... -52
Unemployment .................... 217
Veterans life insurance ............ .......
All other trust .................... 27

Trust fund receipts and outlays
on the basis of Table III and
investments held from
Table IV D ................... 18.?3t.

Interfund receipts offset against
trust fund outlays................. .8.751

Total trust fund receipts and
outlays ........................ .2'. 9'7


-S97
49
-21
1,299

-13
-2,582
2,301

10,606

-238
(*)
276
-573
476
1,893
-347
14


$97

21
751

13
2,917
1,158

954

238
(C)
314
573
-528
-1,676
347
13


Receipts Outlays Excess


-Z1
349

15,344

3,072
26,016

94,124

4,567
4,977

2,095
12,032

289


$221
458
-1,041
12,786

-348
3,488
22,536

97,115

-1,791
3,428
4,544
308
3,954
14,279
-373
-91


-$222
-109
1,041
2,558

348
-416
3,480

-2,991

1,791
1,138
434
-308
-1,858
-2,246
373
380


162.865 159.471 3.394


13.044 5,192

8.751 .......


Be -inlni, of
__ _Close of
Thui Year This Month Thus Month


$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


$4,374
12,924
5,184

5,156
81,617
20,436

19,155

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


189.760 187,131


34.211 34.211 ....... i


21.795 5.192 197.0 76 193.682


3.394


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 .......


48.117 4 ,.584 1.532 310.175 387.984 -77. R09


9 9 .......


216 216 .......


48.126 46. 593 1.532 310.391 388.200 -77.09 i

-8,760 -8,760 ....... -38,994 -38,994 .......

66,353 59,629 6,724 468,473 542,888 -74.415 ,


Note: Interfund receipts and outlays are transactions between Federal funds and trust funds, such as, Federal payments and contributions,
Federal employer contributions, and interest and profits on investments in Federal securities. They have no net effect on overall budget
receipts and outlays since the receipt side of such transactions is offset against budget outlays. In this table, interfund receipts are
shown as an adjustment to arrive at total receipts and outlays of trust funds and Federal funds respectively. Included in total interfund
receipts and outlays are $4,567 million in Federal funds transferred to trust funds for general revenue sharing.


Current Month


$4,475
12,945
5,930
5,172
84,554
21,752

18,127

5,534
..............
9,587
1,792
10,855
9,678
1,011


191.413






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


Receipts and Outlays


Classification


This Month I


Fiscal Year
To Date


C. ml p ralt.i e Period
Pru.r Fic.il Year


NET RECEIPTS
Individual income taxes........................................................
Corporation income taxes ...................................................
Social insurance taxes and contributions:
E mplovmnent taxes and contributions ...........................................
Unemployment insurance .....................................................
Contributions for other insurance and retirement................................
Excise taxes...............................................................
Estate and gift taxes .........................................................
Custom s ......... ............................................................
Miscellaneous receipts........................................................

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

NET OUTLAYS


National defense... ......... ............... ....... .. .. .......... ..
International affairs .................................. ......................
General science, space, and technology ... ........... .......................
Energy ..................................................................
Natural resources and environment...........................................
Agriculture .......................................................
Commerce and housing credit ................................................
TrAnsp.raton ................................................. ..........
Community an regional development ........................ ..................
Eductnaan. E ramng, employment and social services ...........................
Heal th ................. .: ..
Income security ............................................... .............
Veterans benefits and services...............................................
Administration of justice ...................................................
General ugore [meni .................................. .................. .
General purpose fILscal 3ssistac ......................................' ....... .
Interest................................... ............... ....
Undistributed offsetting receipts..............................................

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


$32,306
10,556
17,018
217
336
2,768
745
771
1,634


$220,698
42,004

137,579
12,032
3,077
27 977
6,.091
6,646
12,368


:208.615
4'.4.157

121,178
11,997
2,935
29,194
4,928
5,758
9,733


66,353 468,473 443,495


16,419
402
543
601
1,041
53
4
1,752
557
1,997
6,772
20,812
1,927
353
393
204
13,787
-7,989

59,629


138,339
7,693
5,405
4,346
9,442
12,225
3,634
15.091
S.506
19.469
54,887
184,464
17,949
3,444
3,631
4,927
77,817
-25,402

542,888


117,509
8,907
5,069
7,525
9,723
5,555
4,394
17,735
7,547
23,537
48,341
168,012
17,141
3,540
3,662
5,180
62,670
-23,747
492,300


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