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Monthly Treasury Statement of


Receipts and Outlays of the United States Government


for the fiscal year through December 31, 1982

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

Total Budget and Off-BudPt Results Means ~ f Financn


Period




Current month (December 1982).......
Actual 1983 (three months) ............


CcmpraraJu data:
Actual 1968'2 Itre- months) .......... 1I .4
Acru3I l9I :'i iull. Lar ..............
Estimated 198 .............. .........


Budget
F i..! 0-.- Surplus (
F, r or
S3 Deficit -


A 41I -72.436 1:.,
1:.: *: ". 205,310 r'


194,204 -48.216
728,424 -110.658


S" *- I -! Total
'*. Surplus(-

Deloa t L- X Defcit (-;


B zrrrw-ing
iro the
1'ulo.


-165 -18.103 29,95
-1,146 -69.411 63.046


-3.572 ^ 1
-17,331 '- 1 -


TABLE II-SUMMARY OF RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS (In


Tr '. ,,,


individual income taxes ..... ..............................
Corpur joon inl-rn e L.xes ................................
fScill nsuranrcr La.\ ; and contributions:
Emplov mnt :tixes and contributions ...................
I nemplovmni a insurance ..............................
fr nributii-bri for other insurance and retirement............
Excise taxes ..............................................
Estate and gift taxes .................. ...................
Customs duties .... ............................... ...
M miscellaneous ; ... ..........................
Adjustment for Senria Fn.n..- Committee bill..............

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

BUDGET OUTLAYS

Leci.la tie branch ........................................
The i.icilar\ .................................. ........
Executive Office of the President...........................
F'und.s pproprilmed to the President:
Inmernauru.al security assistance .........................
International development assistance ......................
Other.............................. ..... ...........
Department of Agriculture ..................................
ID parim. nt of Commerce .................................
Department of Defense Military ...........................
Department uf Defense Civil .............................
Department of Education ................... ...............
Deparitm en ul Enerc .................................
Departimneni f H. ltHiu nd Human Services ...................
Department of Housin .and Urban Development ..............
Departm er' oi E. Inie ln r.-.r .. ................................
Department .u Justice ...................................
Department of Labor.....................................
Depar tme ni o:f State....................... ......... ....
Department of 'Tran3p r ,iLati :r, .... ............
Departmnm~n .:f U Treasur:.
General revenue sharing ............................
Interest on the public debt .................. .............
Other ..............................................
Environmental Protection Agency............................
N:uonzll Aeronau.c. and Spae' Administration ..........
Veterans AI ru rlir .................. ... .
Other inde-pendemni jencit .................. ......
ALlouances u t ...........................
L'tM :stribute I i)ff ierino r-:r-ipi_
F-aeral EmplI'.cr contritui.:-rL to retirement funds .........
Interest on certain Government accounts ..................
Rents anj r.- :lus i-n tire Outer Continental Shelf lands .....
Federal surplus. pruperr disposition .....................

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

Budgel sirplus (+) or deficit (-)................ ..

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

Total surplu i *:.- r del.c1l iC I


S24.946
8,164

15.139
264
373
2,674
572
724
1.643


54,498


145
53
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843
53
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7.499
170
17.615
247
1,168
920
23.440
1,623
358
202
3.557
285
1.553




524
3.200
3,359

-646
-7 498
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72,436
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-165
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See footnotes on page 3.
Source: Bureau of Government Financial Operations, Department of the Treasury.


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4,098


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3.687
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5.172

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TABLE IV--MEANS OF FINANCING (In millions)


Net Transactions
s (-) denotes net reduction of either
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ivity)
Fii..,l Yr,- r tI Date
Tnis Month- r r
This ',eir Prior Y, .ar


Account Balances
Current Fiscal Year


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This Year This Mlonth


LIABILITY ACCOUNTS

Borrowing from the public
Public dbt securities, issued under general financial
authorities:
Obligations of the United States, issued by:
United States Treasury ............................
Federal Financing Bank ...........................

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

Agency securities, issued under special financing
authorities (See Schedule B. For other agency
borrowing, see Schedule C) ...........................

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

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

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

Accrued interest payable to the public .....................
Allocations of special drawing rights ......................
Deposit funds...........................................
Miscellaneous liability accounts (includes checks
outstanding etc.).......................................

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

ASSET ACCOUNTS (Deduct)

Cash and monetary assets:
U.S. Treasury .ipersatng 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 budgeting and off-budget financing
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See footnotes on page 3.


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35,329 54,911 30,775 1,146,987 1,166,569 1,201,898


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29,895 62,046 35,621 929,346 961,497 991,392

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116 151 95 5,254 5,289 5,405
-172 208 378 8,154 8,534 8,362

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11,777 -3,449 -7,405 18,189 2,963 14,740

14,563 -9,390 -6,624 29,164 5,210 19,773


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


Classification


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

Excess of liabilities beginning of period (current basis)........

Budget surplus (-) or deficit:
Based on composition of unified budget in prior fiscal year...
ChinyV ; in composition of uniie' Ea tiuc-t ................

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

Off-budget surplus (-) or deficit (Table I)) ...................

Total budget surplus (-) or deficit (Table III)...................

Transactions not applied to current year's surplus or deficit:
Seigniorage ...........................................
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
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Exces- u.,I ul tilE c ..s l p erid .. .


Fiscal Year to
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2960,820 909,583

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Date

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960,820 909,583 782,009


17,938 68,265 48,216
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17,938 68,265 48,216

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18,103 69,411 51,787


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FINANCING AUTHORITIES (In millions)


Classification




Agency securities issued under special financing authorities:
Obl ga.Lonj of the United States, issued by:
Exp,ri -Im port Bank ........................ ........ .
Obligations guaranteed by the United States, issued by:
Department of Defense:
Fmn'ily Housin.- '.ir I ......................
DJeparCrTrr n '-. H.ou.ilr" and ULrban Development:
Fea r.jl Hjou ingr .Adnilrujtr-oi n .....................
Dtpar nira uif Tr.n-rpurl.juun
Coast Guard:
Family Housing Mortgages ........................
Obligations not guaranteed by the United States, issued by:
Department of Defense:
Homeowners Assistance Mortgages.................
Department of Huuslni and L ranr, Det-I.lupmnier
Government Narl. r.l Mortgage Association ...........
Independent Agencies:
Postal Service ..................... ..............
Tennessee Valley Authority .........................

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


Net Transactions Account Balances
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liability accounts

Fiscal Year to Date Beginning of Close of
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This Year Prior Year ThisYear This Month
Prior Year ~ ~ T -- -----~


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-37 4128 -99 4,952 4,861 4,824


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TABLE IV--SCHEDULE C (MEMORANDUM)--AGENCY BORROWING FINANCED THROUGH

ISSUE OF PUBLIC DEBT SECURITIES (In millions)


Classification


Bir.-i. r,: from the T r, -ur-.
C .,,nni.tl. Credit Corporation..........................
Commerce, Fi .hin; Vessels NOAA......................
F '..-ri -T. :rr' Ei wy of United States.....................
F .ti r .n Inro, r: i lir. n i Funi ..................
National flood insurance fund .........................
Federal FLTn.i r. r, arl .. ........ ...
Federal H .uj in ..lr.1 Tnni 'r., r,.
General insurance ..................................
Special risk insurance. .............................
General Services Administration:
P.-ir.: !1i ra Avenue De.IlO ]p.-nl ,i .I.r-Ijt II ..........
Government National \.I.rt: i:t- \ssi- I.r.
Ernl r:-n, iL -r,: p.ur..h I,' assistance fund .............
SFp-.*i is .t Lfr, r u, rs. IS ........................ ...
Intern jl, n..J ,rnii.ur l. il-n A nrv .....................
Rural Communication Di- I. p~.r-nr Fund .................
Rural Electrification Administration.....................
Rural Telephone Bank......................... ........
Saint Lawrence Seaway Development .ri-.-.r.anr .......
Secretary of Agriculture, Farmers iH.-n.: .irmr.i-'i r Lr,..n
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 D.- I...w.r.i.-nl
Housing for the Elderly and Hin.1n. .joi ...............
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 ..............................
Re .-;.r.nl P-l Reorganization..........................
SmJl BuR .r-,-. 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 TreasuOy .........................

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

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This Month


This Year Prior Year


Securities Held as Investments
Current Fiscal Year


Fi,. L rtnji-: I'


This Year This Month


SClose of
SThis Month


Federal Funas:
Department of A _ricr lture.
Agency .:ur r,- ...............

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

L- .,~ r,, ,.r ..I t....-ng and Urban Development:
F.... ',I ii '..u-,r,: idm ministration:
F.- 1~- il r.. -.r.- administration fund:
Public debt securities............................
Agency securities ..............................
Government National Mortgage Association:
Emergency' ni-rtf .- purchase assistance:
Agency -..urr.- : .................. .. ........
Special assistance function fund:
Public debt securities ...........................
Agency securities ...... ...................
Manageme.,. .,r, I..i u .. i.: functions fund:
Agency -.. r .. .......... ..
Guarantees of Mertcio-n-lBrk.- E Securities:
Public debt -, .r ..................
Agency securities .............................
Participation 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 .....................

Independent Agencies:
r.P. ri [,,-..i t BDid of the United States ...............
-l- r il ir... r : r-.. Management Agency:
r...'.ii n ,-ur ,r,..., develop ent fund ................
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation:
Public debt securities ................. ..... ...
Agency securities................................
National Credit Union Administration ..................
Tennessee Valley Authority:
Agency securities .................................
Other.......................................... ......

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

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

Trust Funds:
Legislative Branch:
United States Tax Court .................. ........
L. it r r. i..- Congress ................................
i r, j,'l_ -r. y
Judicial Survivors Annuity Fund ......................
Funds Appropriated to the President.....................

Department of Agriculture............................

Department of Commerce ..............................
[i'1 rt.-... ri of Defense .................................

Department of Health and Human Services:
Federal ..1.1- .,r ,r.i ,r .ivors insurance trust fund:
Public >i:i r ..,. url. .............. .......
Agency securities ...............................
Federal disability insurance trust fund.................
Federal :-. :-c.. ll io r .-.ree trust fund:
Public 1. ,,v ,u ,- .............................
4 -nrn" securities ................................
i I,.. ii supplementary medical insurance trust fund ....
Other..............................................


:40
............


20
..........


............ -
-1 -5

(** I -1

7 28
............ 1

-4 28
............ ..........


105
-9
4
920


22


-103

92

40
-7


272
-25
15
-1,617


16 2,579
162


-4
(--

28


60




271

5
-1,204


20 16


68

92

103

-7


-6

143

-24


11

............o
49

18

408
66


18

379
66

1,143
12



4,808
265
249
3,011


524 522


68

92

5,262
67
194


5,159
67
200


............ -80 ......... 80 ............
-9 9 25 798 816 807

1,100 -992 -670 19,119 17,028 18,127
-2 i -85 -10 471 387 38r.

1,098 -1,077 -679 19,590 17,415 18,513


1 1


3 (-


1



15,876

-3,746

-11,580

386
1


.......... .........
8 6



10,247 -5,974
-455 .........
-4,083 -806


-12,914
455
474
1


688

2,122
1


108 107


11,477 5.847 21,723
455 ...........
6,753 6,416 2,670


20,800

5,874
14


19,465
455
5,962
13


7,885
455
6,348
15


See footnotes on page 3.







TABLE IV--SCHEDULE D--INVESTMENTS OF GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTS 27
IN FEDERAL SECURITIES (In millions)--Continued


Net Purchases or Sales (-) Securities Held as Investments
Current Fiscal Year
Classification
Fiscal Year to Date Beginning of Close of
This Month This Month
This Month Prior Year This Year This Month

Trust funds--Continued
Department of the Interior............................. -S56 68 63 ?335 324 4268

Department of Labor:
'ni:mFi.."',u'itr trust fund ............................. -648 -1,394 -1,239 9,644 8,898 8,250
Otr r .. .......................... .... ....... .... -4 -2 -8 13 16 12

D, p r nint -,1 .if Si.tte:
F.:,rein it-i*,-, retirement and disability fund.......... 48 48 25 1,190 1,190 1,238
Other. ......................................... 1 (** ( 1 1 1

Department of Transportation:
Airport ind airway trust fund ......................... 372 366 -23 3,868 3,863 4 2*1
Hlriwaj. trust fund................................... 201 -247 -245 8,749 8,302 .
O0 rt r .. ........................................... .......... ............ ( ( -+

Department of the Treasury............................. -16 -35 -25 89 70 54
Environmental Protection Agency ........................ 23 47 81 410 433 457

Veterans Administration:
Government life insurance fund ....................... 8 -1 -1 356 347 355
National service life insurance fund:
Public debt securities.............................. 323 264 219 8,311 8,252 8,575
Agency securities............................... .. .................. ......... .. ......... 135 135 135
Veterans special life insurance fund ................... 29 29 25 760 760 789
General Post Fund National Homes .................... ............ .......... 1 5 5 5

Independent Asencies-
Federal PD.px.it Iur ra c ri tI'.rFpration ................ -77 -102 206 13,334 13,310 13,232
General S. r-. ci .dnunm -tlrai rn ..................... .... .... (--) i 3 3 3
Harr' S. T ruman Memorial Scholarship Trust Fund..... -3 1 (- 40 44 41
I.pan-L nrui States Friendship Commission ........... ........... .......... .......... 19 19 19
Oflim .: PE rsonnel Manaeement:
Civil Service r: iirrm rn: ni and disability fund:
Public debt securities............................ 3,346 1,385 810 i:. ,: 93,897 97,242
Arencv securities.............................. ........... .......... ........... I 175 175
E mol o.,es health benefits fund...................... -81 -58 -79 664 686 605
Emnploy life insurance fund ....................... 19 145 105 4,680 4,806 4,825
Retird -mployees health benefits fund............... .......... ......... -1 1 1 1
Railroad Retirement Board ............................ -261 -704 -552 1,220 776 516
Other........................ 1 ............ ......... 1 1

Total public debt securities ......................... 4,166 -6,588 -4,726 194,710 183,956 188,122
Total agency securities ............................ ........... ........... ........... 765 765 765


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

Off-budeli Federal entities:
Federal F L nanc n Bank ................................
Postal Service....................................... .
Rural electrification and telephone revolving fund .........

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

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

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


4,166 -6,588 -4,726 195,475 184,721 188,887

.. .. .. ... .. .... ...... ... ....... .. ....... ....... .
170 531 560 2,572 2,933 3,103
........... .......... ........... 3 3 3

170 531 560 2,575 2,936 3,106

170 531 560 2,575 2,936 3,106

5,434 -7,135 -4,845 217,640 205,072 210,506


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)


NET RECEIPTS

Individual income taxes......... :20,832 S22,452
Corporation income taxes....... -461 -680
Social insurance taxes and
contributions:
Employment taxes and
contributions............... 14,072 12,924
Unemployment insurance .... 762 1,629
Contributions for other
insurance and retirement.... 324 349
Excise taxes ................. 2,623 2,925
Estate and gift taxes ........... 500 472
Customs duties................ 675 692
Miscellaneous receipts......... 1,212 1,243

Total--receipts this
year ................. 4 :.4 : 4'_ I:.;

Total-rceipts prior year .... J J'

NET OUTLAYS


15,139
264

373
2,674
572
724
1 r'.4

=- 4*'.


Sii r N l Cm-P3 i
S T., Pe r~.r.d
Date Prior
F. Y.


968,230
7,024


270,100
12,229


42,135 41,422
2,655 2,223

1,046 959
8,222 10,452
1,545 1,883
2,091 2,336
4,098 4,384


. .. -. .. vm


. l:. branch ............
T r, .J l1n l .................
Executive Office of the
President....................
Funds Appropriated to the
President:
International security
assistance .................
International development
assistance .................
Other.......................
Department of Agriculture:
Foreign assistance : .- ..
export programs i..1
C. i,.i...iil Credit
C.r -.r.il 'r. ................
Other.......................
Department of Commerce.......
Department of Defense:
Military:
Department of the Army ....
Department of the Navy.....
D- Jar, .-,I I Air Force ...
I -i' -ni _t- r r, n' ..........


*i'' .,l


367 139

295 99
112 -228




1,871 3,396
2,235 1,977
146 124


4:. 331
4,583 i 5,173
2,012 1,850


Total Military ......... 1.

Civil ....................... 274
Department of Education........ 21 -
Department of Enerv ........... .e.'
Department of H. tili, and
Human Services:
Human Development
Services......... .......... 413
Health Care Financing
Administration:
Grants to States for
Medicaid................. 1,516
Federal Hospital Ins.
Trust Fund............... 2,965
Federal S.Ji,,p. Aled. Ins.
Trust Fin.3 .............. 1,441
Other..................... 1,173
So. J i,:. U., Adm.:
.%-,: Pr., : Program..... 772
Federal Old-Age and
Survivors Insurance
Trust Fund .............. 12,384
Federal Disability Ins.
Trust Fund .............. 1,540
Other..................... 826
Other....................... -830


843

53
-197




5,049
2,449
170


4 1'4
. riln
5,799
1,820


.I I .'47,
2I, I4 ;
I u ', I 1',.,
1 .I:,


1,632 1,485

3,057 3,386

1,517 1,550
1,124 1,469

663 567


12,712 12,514

1,501 1,492
936 2,611
-776 -2,049


1,350

447
-314




10,317
6,662
440


12.337 10.446
],. 3,' 14.367
S 15,555 13,587
5,682 5,720

419,9. 1 4-1.120

; l 811
J. F,~ 4.098
2 .32 1.924


1,278



4,633

9,408

4,508
3,766

2,002


37,610

4,533
4,374
-3,655


4,113

8,225

3,841
4,814

1,940


44,000

5,953
4,256
-4,612


- [ : L f ',n n


0. 1 '... 1.. I tn.


F- N I,, 1 l \N \ i1 ,'e I b.,, ill- '


i






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


Classification


OUTLAYS--Continued

Department of Housing
and Urban Development ........ _1,517
Department of the interior....... 332
Department of Justice............ 212
DepJrln.ena uvi Labor:
I'ninpl.i nc,-n trust fund ...... 2 4i
Other ..........
Department of State ............ 199
Depr.trimt ni Transportation:
Htiai'j. Tru-, fund ........... 894
Other. ......... ..... 835
Department of the Treasury:
Interest on the public debt ..... 917
General revenue sharing ...... 1 I1t
Other.................... .... -906
Environmental Protection
Agency ....................... 355
Nannalu Aeronautics and
Space Administration .......... 482
Veterans Administration:
C"rompr-natu:.-r, nd pensions.... 1,107
N3111r111.n -ir ,e life .......... 51
Government service life....... 4
Other ....................... 780
Independent Agencies:
General Services Admin. ...... -240
Office of Personnel Manage-
ment ........................ 1,801
Postal Service ............... 220
Small Business Administration. 355
Tennessee ille,. Authority.... 131
Other ind. j3Encie i .......... 1,406
Undistributed .di!-ienin r receipts:
Federal err.phl'e r ,.,nlrit.. jlns.
to ri lltn1,i r.r rind ..... -512
Interest credited to certain
accounts.................... -164
Reint .nid P-F.yllic. on Outer
Conunerntl h:ret Lani --.44-

Tctals-thls yv.-ia
Burivelut l a. .: r

Budget surplus ur i cl l -2..1h09

Off-bdgeti u.rplu r
de icit -2'4

Total surplus i -. .r d;ficlr '-' --tj.4_..

ltwah-p.c.r t oar
B udgetI .rI.r ,. .-. I,.,

iudgerdnr ,tnh ,. ,re ti, .. I. I'."

Oft 61dret nrplu -, .., Jrk.t bJJ

Toual .ulo u**r dfri .. I '* J

See footnotes on page 3.


Oct. Nov. Dec.


?1,091
577
224

S725

301

872
1,018

9,253
12
-189

389

632

1 In1
1 ;l;
4
862

167

1,630

37
129
326


Feb. March April


May June July Aug. Sept.


-1,623
358
202

2,974
583
285

676
877

16,289

-1,962

373

524



41
852;

44

1 a.'

-44

1,430


rr. ]l 72 4OH-.

-24. 1 -17 )3A


-i .T -I r.,

-21 ::4- -1.: 1 3 l


Fiscal
Year
To
Date





1 27
639

8,154
1.159
785

?442


34,458
1 1"1
-i ..:,.:.

1,118

1,639

4,567
135
13
2,494

-29

5,268
220
348
353
3,162


29


Com-
parable
Period
Prior
F. Y.


:3,991
1,299
623

4.180
1 r7.


2 ?7


31,353
1,145
-2.750

1,437

1,726

4.357
107
14
2,597

60

4,958
209
435
587
2,775


-1,651 -1,640

-7,883 -7,201

-J 42. -1 :..2




1 -.



ill .. .



..... J .'


... .... *, ", -


'. ., .- ,, ,
. J.' I .


-494 -646

-221 -7,498


-2 113r. --;43





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 IOutla'.


Trust receipts, outlays, and invest-
ments held:
Airport and airway.................
Black lung disability trust fund......
Federal Dep...i, Insurance Corp.....
Federal A; ii.il ., 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 ..........
!Ti h% ...........................
M li.rar- assistance advances........
Railroad retirement ...............
Ilne m pl .,. m nt ....................
V '(. r .in I lu 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 out I ; 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........


M193
47

1,790

373
2,819

10,266


534

263
264
....30
3O


-Z173
50
285
1,025

62
-3,140
2,162

11,667

-382
!--
193
234
465
1,067
-370
53


Be. nnnii r, .. I i

TP ts )e.II This ]lcil'li


2367 3512 154 S358 1 3,868
-3 140 136 5 ........
-285 ........ 93 -93 13,334
765 5,022 4,006 1,017 6,753

-62 ........ -76 76 5,344
3,513 1,044 -483 1,528 97,296
657 7,939 8,082 -143 20,800

-1,401 28,398 36,371 -7,973 11,932

382 ........ -420 420 5,874
("C) ........ 1,151 -1,151 ........
341 1,612 1,956 -344 8,749
-234. 124 -124 .......
-202 776 1,386 -610 1,220
-803 2,655 4,576 -1,921 9,644
370 ........ -301 301 9,562
-23 85 67 18 1,100


3 382 -... 1 56t.21 -c.'.3_ ?


17.412 17.412


It. -.80 13 19R,

1- 026 12.02

28. F,.i 25. 22f.


7 "1 59 23"
15 I .


37.933 5'.252

-12,043 -12,043

54,498 72,436


3.382 65.95 74.233 -8.i63

-21.320 8.361 14 490 -59 U 25

....... 44 44 .......

-21 320 .C40'5 148 533 -9 6'28

...... -17,4561 -17,456 j .......


-17,938


137,045 205,310 -68,265 1


Note: Interfund receipts and outlays are transactions between Federal funds and trust funds, such as, Federal payments and contributions,
Federal -npl..,-r contributions and interest and profits on investments in Federal securities. They have no net effect on overall budget
receipts anid ...util ; 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.


EL \(... t R .' | ,-.I Outl I'. E xr, w; s


73,863

13,310
6,416

5,492
95,336
19,920

5,847

5,962

8,302
776
8,898
9,494
1,106



Il-.721


(1usc of
Ttus Munth




$4,234

13,232
2,670

5,431
98,730
8,340

21,723

6,348

.............
8,503
516
8,250
9,854
1,056



188.887


195.-475


;;





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


Receipts and Outlays


Classification


This Month


Fiscal Year I ".i'.. r ,1ti Period
To Date i[*r Ir F: ... Year


NET RECEIPTS

Individual income taxes ............................... .....................
Corporation income taxes ............................. ........................
Social insurance taxes and contributions:
Enpi'...,n- n rr.xes and contributions ................... .......................
l'nen'.pl.. n; e r 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.............................................
Agriultur ....... .................................................. ..........
Commerit and housing credit ................................................
Tra n:-p.'ri r ................... ................................... .........
C.on!u .un n.i regional development ..........................................
Edu~:at.,n. training, employment and social services.............................
Health ............... ...................................................
Income security ..............................................................
Veterans benefits and services .......... .....................................
Administrj ii.r. ...- i i: e ................. ....................... ......
General gEo. er r n., nl ........................................ ..............
General purpose fiscal assistance ..................................... ........
Interest. ...................................................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts ..............................................

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


'24,946
8,164

15,139
264
373
2,674
572
724
1,643


'68,230
7,024

4-2 1. i

1,046
8,222

r4,098
4,098


$70,100
12,229

41,422
2,223
959
10,452
1,883
2,336
4,384


54,498 137,045 145,988


18,141 51,361 45,185
1,044 2,116 2,510
838 2,212 2,035
362 1,561 1,451
1,060 3,296 3.P04
5,326 10,677 13e
968 2,035 ? ?25
1,567 5,188 5,176
638 2,302 2,416
2,019 6,245 6,867
6,895 19,942 17,668
24,263 69,436 71,682
3,202 7,217 7,084
382 1,169 1,110
451 1,120 1,228
58 1,918 1,602
14,109 30,471 27,747
-8,887 -12,957 -10,722

72,436 205,310 194,204


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