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Monthly Treasury statement
Final monthly Treasury statement
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Mon. Treas. statement receipts outlays U.S. gov.
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United States -- Dept. of the Treasury
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Full Text

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A,.. Final1 Monthly Treasury Statement of

A .. /"6 '? 19"6 -

>. Re" ceip and Outlays of the United States Government

S. for period from July 1, 1976 through September 30,1976
Xs. TABLE --TOTALS OF BUDGET RESULTS AND FINANCING (IN MILLIONS)


.... Budget Receipts and Outlays Means of Financing


w Quarter Budget By ByReduct ion


Actual transitional quarter (three
months) ...................... ..

Comparative data:
Actual prior quarter (three months).
Estimated for transition quarter
(three months ...................
Estimated 1977 .....................


TABLE II--SUMMARY OF BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS (In thousands)


Classification


Actual
Transition
Quarter
to Date


Budget Estimates
Transition
Quarter'


RECEIPTS
Individual income taxes............................................................................
Corporation income taxes..........................................................................
Social insurance taxes and contributions:
Employment taxes and contributions ............................................................
Unemployment insurance .......................................................................
Contributions for other insurance and retirement .....................................................
Excise taxes ................................................ ......... ....... ........ ...........
Estate and gift taxes .................................................................. ...........
Custom s......... ........................................................................ ....
Miscellaneous.............................................................................
Total......................................................................................

OUTLAYS
Legislative Branch........................ ................................ ................ ......
The Judiciary ............................................ ................................. .......
Executive Office of the President..................................... ........................
Funds Appropriated to the President:
International security assistance .................................................................
International development assistance.............................................................
Other .................................. .............. ... .... ..................................
Department of Agriculture ....................................................... .................
Department of Commerce................................. .........................................
Department of Defense Military..................................................................
Department of Defense Civil.....................................................................
Department of Health, Education, and Welfare......................................................
Department of Housing and Urban Development .....................................................
Department of the Interior .................... ....................................................
Department of Justice ...............................................................................
Department of Labor .................... .........................................................
Department of State ....................................... ........ ................................
Department of Transportation.........................................................................
Department of the Treasury:
Interest on the public debt ....................................................................
General Revenue Sharing ..................................................................
Other............................... ....................................................
Energy Research and Development Administration.................................................
Environmental Protection Agency.........................................................
General Services Administration........... .......... .....................................
National Aeronautics and Space Administration .......................................................
Veterans Administration............... ....... ..........................................
Independent agencies................ ........................................................
Allowances, undistributed ........................................... ....... .................
Undistributed offsetting receipts:
Federal employer contributions to retirement funds ................. .............................
Interest on certain Government accounts ..................... ....................................
Rents and royalties on the Outer Continental Shelf lands ............................................

Total ............................... .................... ............................
Surplus (+) or deficit (-) ........ ...... ...........................................................
See footnotes on page 3.

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


Bof
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p


Receipts




81,773

72.275
82,132
352,466


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Outlays




294,473

90,805
102,110
399,973


Surplus (+)
or
Deficit (-)



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-18,530
-19.978
-47,507


growing I
om the
publicc



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23,452
18,946
62,369


monetary
ssets
ease (-I


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-1,751
6,100
-3.200


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Other
Means



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-3,171
-5,068
-11.662


Budget
Financing


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18,530
19,978
47.507


238,800,969
8,460,466
21,803,012
2,697,903
1,258,218
4,472,698
1,454.592
1.212.173
1,612,734

81,772,766


224,882
85,188
16,206

468,084
609,060
144.292
3.849.622
533,952
21,926,215
582.545
34,340,745
1.397.090
787.617
550.633
5.905,346
316.144
3,002.507
8.101.561
1.587.642
9.886
1.051.211
1.108.362
3,202
953.026
3.957.459
5.527,046

-985.125
'-270.286
-1.311,119

94.472.996
-12.700.230


39.729,000
8,925,000
21.649.800
2.213,746
1.251.370
4.385.000
1.373.000
1,075.000
1,530,204

82,132.120


234.590
93.871
18,577

1.472.533
599,789
95.932
4.052,275
535.954
24,455.000
727.977
34,468.427
2,642.499
884.100
616.703
6.075 435
401.724
J.402.270
'10,100.000
1.626.589
436.758
1.189.589
1.187.914
11.443
908.300
4.370.156
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TABLE IV--MEANS OF FINANCING (In thousands) 23

Net Transactions Account Balances
Classification (-) denotes net reduction of either Current Transition
liability or assets accounts Quarter

(Assets and Liabilities Transition Comparable Beginning of Close of
Directly Related to the Budget) This Month Quarter PriQuarter Ths Mont This Month
to Date Quarter IThisQuarter i This Month This Month


LIABILITY ACCOUNTS

Borrowing from the public:
Public debt securities, issued under general
financing 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 on public debt securities..........
Deduct:
Accrued Interest receivable on public debt securities
held as investments of government accounts.........

Total accrued interest payable to the public....

Deposit funds:
Allocations of special drawing rights....................
Other ...............................................

Miscellaneous liability accounts (Includes checks
outstanding etc.).......................................

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

ASSET ACCOUNTS (Deduct)

Cash and monetary assets:
U.S. Treasury operating cash..........................

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

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

Gold tranche drawing rights:
U.S. subscription to International Monetary Fund:
Direct quota payments ............................
Maintenance of value adjustments ........o ..........
Other demand liabilities issued to IMF ..........o.....
Receivable Payable (-) for U.S. currency valuation
adjustm ent.......................................

Balance*........................................

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
(See Schedule A for details)...........................
Total budget financing [Financing of deficit (.) or
disposition of surplus (-)J................................
See footnotes on page 3.


$1,373,269 514,268,983


S20,459,065
-570


$620,432,182 3633,327,896
75 75


(634,701,165
75


1,373,269 14,268,983 20,458,495 620,432,257 633,327,971 634.701,240


-19,202 194,091 -7,706 10,852,770 11,066,063 11,046,861

1,354,067 14,463,074 20,450,789 631,285,027 644,394,035 645,748,101


-1,925,222 -3,513,684 -3,001,169 151,565,894 149,977,432 148,052,209

3,279,289 17,976,759 23,451,958 479,719,133 494,416,603 497,695,892

-385,465 143,523 2,137,539 4,234,274 4,763,262 4,377,797

3-1,390,668 -311,922 1,712,458 311,922 1,390,668 ............

1,005,202 455,446 425,081 3,922,351 3,372,595 4,377,797

14,494 25,225 -165,495 2,629,119: 2,639,851 2,654.344
-404,512 9,273 148,583 I 3,050,678 3,464,463 3.059,951

848,644 92,319 -2,173,796 5,644,863 4,888,537 5,737,182

4,743,117 18,559,02r 21,686,332 494,966,145 508,782.049 513,525,166



5,705,018 2,579,478 2.940,514 14,834,741 11,709,201 17,414,219


31,281
-100,000

-68,719


...........
42,332
132,000

-20,058

154,274


40,734
-100,000

-59,266


73,675
725,000

-34,773

763,903


-116,420


2,315,900
-700,000,


2,325,353
-700,000


2,356.633
-800,000


-116,420 I 1,615,900 1,625,353 1,556,633


-483,358
157,352

283,651

-42,355


6,700,000
978,837
-4,466,289

22,420


3,234,968


6,700,000
1,010,180
-3,873,289

7,705


3,844,596


I 163,090 -385,3951 -1,030.498 4,023.558 3,475,074

5,953,663 2,898,720 1 751.241 23,709,166 20,654,223

-484,819 781,347: 635,994 2.849,716 4.115,882

5,468,843 3,L680,067j 2,387,235 26.558.882 24,770.106

S -725,726114,878,954 .19,299,097 -468,407,262 .484.011.943
----4 tz_ -I- t I-,- _

-31,4531 -2,178,725 -769,159 ........... -2,147.272

-757,179 .12,700,2301 .18,529.938 .-468.407.262 .481.864.671


6,700.000
,1,052.512
-3,741,289

-12.352

3,998,870


3,638,164
26,607.886

3.631,063

30.238.949

.483.286.217

-2.178.725

-481.107.492





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


Classificaltiun


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:
Ba.ied on Lomp,'lt iton of unified budget in prior fiscal year...
Changes in cuompo,-u n1, of unified budget ...................

Budget surplus (-) or deficit (Table III).......................
Transactions not applied to current year's surplus or deficit:
Seigniorage .............................................
Increment on gold .................... ................
Nei gain I-) loss for U.S. currency valuation adjustment ....
Conversion of innrtre.i receipts of government accounts to
an accrual basis........................................
Off-budget Federal agencies
Export -Import Bank of the United States .................
Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation....................
Postal Service....................................
Rural electrification and telephone revolving fund .........
Rural telephone bank...................................
Housing for the eldc rly or handicapped fund...............
Federal Financing Bank ................................

Total--transactions not applied to current year's surplus
or deficit ............................................
Excess of liabilities close of period..........................


This Transllion Comparable
Month Quarter Prior
to Date Quarter



1484,011,943 S468,407,262 !395,345,957



I|484,011,943 468,407,262 395,345,957

-757,179 12,700,230 18,529,938.

-757,179 12,700,230 18,529,938

-43,072 -98,938 -198,988
-22,274 -.38,903 129,355

3 311,922 311,922 ...........

139,762 222,596 295,119
343 -293 -1,415
-556,994 -726,065 -935,403
-135,278 -80,477 10,7.394
3.910 16,637 29,436
-1,283 -2,871 -3,378
334,417 2,575,115 1,347.038

31,4531 2,178,725 769,159;


483.286,217 483,286,217


414,645,054


See footnotes on p.,ge 3.
TABLE IV--SCHEDULE B--AGENCY SECURITIES, ISSUED UNDER SPECIAL
FINANCING AUTHORITIES (In thousands)


Net Transactions Account Balances
(-) denotes net reduction of Current Transition
liability accounts Quarter

Classification ,
Transition Comparable Beginning of

This Month Quarter Prior Close of
to Date Quarter This This This Month
Quarter 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 a.gencies-
Postal Service.......................................
Tennessee Valley Authority...........................

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


-$15,296

-4,014


-19,202


S367.200

-35.128

-2,951

-48

18

-35,000


194,091


-$18,581

47,121

-62

-1,184

-35,000


-7,706


42.593,115

1,168,914

581,069

2,090

2,582

4,180,000
250,000
2,075,000
10,852,770


1-


S2,960.315

1,149,082

582,132

2,042

2,493

4.145,000
250,000
1,975,000
11,066,063


$2,960,315

1,133,786

578,118

2.042

2,601

4,145,000

250,000
1,975,000
11,046,861





TABLE IV--SCHEDULE C (MEMORANDUM)--AGENCY BORROWING FINANCED THROUGH 25

ISSUE OF PUBLIC DEBT SECURITIES (In thousands)

non Account Balances
Transactions Current Transition
Quarter
Classification Transition Comparable Beginning of
This Month Quarter Prior Close of
to Date Quarter This Quarter This Month


Borrowing from the Treasury:
Agency for International Development....................
Commodity Credit Corporation..........................
Export -Import Bank of the United States.................
Federal Financing Bank................................
Federal Home Loan Bank Board.........................
Federal Housing Administration:
General insurance ...................................
Special risk insurance .............................
Government National Mortgate Association:
Emergency Home Purchase Assistance fund ............
Management and liquidating functions..................
Special assistance functions...........................
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 Housing and Urban Development
Department:
College housing loans................................
National flood insurance fund.........................
New communities guaranty fund:
Title IV.................................. ........
Title VII..........................................
Urban renewal fund................................
Secretary of the Interior:
Bureau of Mines, helium fund.........................
Secretary of Transportation:
Rail Service Assistance.......................
Regional Rail Reorganization............................
Smithsonian Institution
John F. Kennedy Center parking facilities.............
Tennessee Valley Authority.............................
United States Information Agency........................
Veterans Administration:
Veterans direct loan program......................
D.C. Commissioners: Stadium sinking fund, Armory
Board, D. C. ........................................

Tail B r. .,, ing from the Trea' ur i .........................

Borrowing from the Federal Financing Bank:
Postal Service .......................................
Tennessee Valley Authority ............................
Export-Import Bank of the United States .................

Twtal Br.rr mu from the Federal -fran, in BjnA ..............
Total Agency Borrowing financed through
issues of Public Debt Securities.....................


...........
1241,067
62,200
832.492
...........


40,000

-124,173

33,370
-159,565
2,524
...........
75,000
...........
...........




340
3,543


1,000


SJ...........
I o", I9 "


............
3715,946
62,200
3,471,157
-43,271

120,000
92,000

-621,836
............
405,228
-102,809
9,345
............
75,000

75,000


4,024

363
20,495
1,00............

1,000


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

-832
4 .'i o rii


5,400
-2,878,370
-54,084
1,772,781
160,706

128,000
108,000

715,200

412,959
...........


...........
6,820




-1,000


. .^4 '. '


.............
S2,840,048
10,824
22,413,168
1,533,954

2,727,268
1,939,000

1,562,450
58,190
4,503,299
7.511,917
191,388
118,476
755,718
676,000
285,000


2,811,000
115,819

1,771
6,671
800,000

250,650

52,479
1.522

20,400
150,000
22,114

1,730,078

1,663


S3,314,926
10,824
25,051,833
1,490,683

2,847,268
1,991,000

1,064,787
58,190
4,875,157
7,568,673
198,209
118,476
755,718
676,000
360,000


2,811,000
119,843

1,794
23,623
800,000

250,650

52,479
1,522

20,400
150,000
22,114

1,730,078

832


500,000 500,000 ........... 2,748,000 2,748,000 3,248,000
175,000 555,000 95,000 2,180,000 2,560,000 2,735,000
-216,450 -216,450 332,550 4,984,600 4,984,600 4,768.150


458.550


1,466,348


838,550


5,121,560


427.550

792,362


9.912?600

63,003,468


10o292600

66,658,679


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 itu own securities and in turn
may loan these funds to Agencies in lieu of Agencies borrowing directly through Treasury or issuing their own securities.


..............
$3,555,993
73,024
25,884,325
1,490,683

2,847,268
2,031,000

940,614
58,190
4,908,527
7.409,108
200,733
118.476
830,718
676,000
360,000


2,811,000
119,843

2,134
27,165
800,000

251,650

52,479
1,522

20,400
150,000
22,114

1,730,078

832


10.751. 150

68.125.026





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


Net Purch


This Month


Clas siflJtliin


I, dJ'ral Fund,.
Department of Agriculiure
A gi 'n v ,ecuril .. ...............................

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

Di apartment of Htlu:.ingI and Urban Development:
Ft deral H,,uing Adminiist ration
Federal h iu-ing .idjilniniit rali, in fund:
Public debt Urite' .................. .......
Agency securities..............................
Government National Mortgage Association:
Special assistance function fund:
Agency securities..............................
Manaknu m'nt and liquidating functions fund:
AgeiL'i .,'ecurities..............................
Guarantees Of Mori gage- Backed Securities:
Public debt .ecuriiie ............................
Agen y SbC urities..............................
Par icip.i ion sales fund:
Public debt securities..........................
Agency securities .............................
Housing M.inageeniil
Communtr di..p,.-,dl ,iup rAtUons fund:
Agency securities..............................
Rental housing assistance fund ....................
New Comninunit .-- Administration:
New communities fund............................
Federal Insurance Administration:
National insurance dt e oplment fund...............

Department of the Interior:
Bonner illt Power Administration....................
Department of Tranisportlation. .........................
Department of Tret'a..ur .............................

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

Independent atgencii-,
Emergent ) Lu.n Guarantee Board...................
Federal Enerpy Administration .....................
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation:
Public di bt securities ............................
Agency securities................................
National Credit Union Administration ................
Other .............................................

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

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

Trust Funds:
Leicilitivp Branch:
United States Tax Court ............................
Library of Cnkrr-..................................
The Judiciary
Judicial Survivors Annuity Fund .....................

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

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

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

Department of H altih. Fduration. and Welfare:
Federal old-age and sur i,..,r- insurance trust fund:
Public dt'it -'r ( uri te.. ............................
Agenr\ .ecuritir. .. ..............................
Federal di-abilll ii.'urdnce trust fund...............
Federal h,-.piral in-uranct trust fund:
Public debi '.eurine- .............................
Agenr y securities................................
Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund...
Other ............ ........................ .......


1I.475



-10,165
-1


-917
-280

2.289
-901

47 297'



-50.165


hases or Sales (-) I Securitu
| Curre
Transition Comparable Cu
Quarter Prior Beginni
to Date Quarter This Qu
4This Quarcr I
i *(*I1.


14.715



27,683
-3


-2.120
-423
5.800
-901

26,794



-46.710


....... 1,521


-29.115 5.200
315 315
7.672 17.766


360 3.512


1,300


12,655

-1,040
865
-16.257
-2,100

-18.356


22
-180

-1

-80


2.650
-1,712,430

135,230

-2.928
6,650
-1,524.232
-3.448

-1,527,679


22


230

-65


-591 -166


-1,010,398
-71.511

316,149

-179,562


-912,763

-477.491

67,302

13.810


...... '35.215

52,245 101,755



45,510 1.524,203
-2 191.207


16,653 111.203
-730 39,879
2,836 33,449
233 4.092 I

45.845 1.578.214
...... 86,745


4.041

-3.778

11.990


40.335

15.820


3.220


1.875


108,778

-825
13,510
291.402
16.154

307,556



140

171

50


1


-1,043 469

--431.545

264,796

-65,146
-30


388
46.710


90.176


34,145
14.100
1.511,570


350,131

23.280
1,712,430

3,967.607
141,977
72,653
256,105
11.316.528
610,704

11,927.232



543
1.340

10.691

607

35
1 .274


37,412,610
555,000
6.930,738

10,892,180
50.000
1,230,135
187


es Held as Investments
nl Transition Quarter


I;


Close of
This Month


ng of
This Month



S35.215

104.995



1.562.051
191,204


110.000
39,736
36,960
4,092

1.557,711
86.745


388
50,165


91,697


68,460
14.100 I
1,521,664


353,283


24,630


4,090,182
141,977
70,765
261,890
9.808,553 ,
609,357
f
10.417,909 ,
4-


543 1
1.520

10.922

622

35
1,699


37.510 245
555.000
6 524 758

10,643.333
50,000
1.423.507'
187


a35,215

106.470



1,551,886
191.203


109.083
39.456
39.249
3.191

1,605,008
86,745


388



91.697


39.345
14.415
1.529,337


353,643

25,930
.................

4.102.837
141.977
69,725
262,755
9,792.296
607,257

10,399,553



565
1.340

10.921

542

35
1.108


36,499,847
555.000
6,453.247

10.959.482
50.000
1,243.945
187





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


Classification


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

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

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

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

Department of the Treasury..........................

General Service Administration ......................

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:
Civil Service Commission:
Civil service retirement and disability fund:
Public debt securities.......................
Agency securities........................ .....
Employees health benefits fund.................
Employees life insurance fund...................
Retired employees health benefits fund.............
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation..............
Japan-United States Friendship Commission ..........
Harry S. Truman Memorial Scholarship Trust Fund...
Railroad Retirement Board:
Public debt securities..........................
Agency securities...............................

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

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

Off-budget Federal agencies:
Export-Import Bank of the United States...............
Federal Financingm bank .............................
Postal Service:
Public debt securities.............................
Agency securities.................................
Rural electrification and telephone revolving fund .......
Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation.................

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

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

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

MEMORANDUM

Investments in securities of privately owned
Government-sponsored enterprises-
Milk market orders assessment fund..................
Total.........................................


Net Purchases or Sales (-)


This Month


Transition
Quarter
to Date


Comparable
Prior
Quarter


Securities Held as Investments
Current Transition Quarter


Beginning of


This Quarter


4 t t I


-41,020


-666,587
...........


-2,110



62,876
7,887


-5,450

400

-2,975

511
...*.......
1,435





-318,322

-10,550
14,836
-600
-133,030
210
-50

-328,782

-2.327,473

-2,327,473
-2.327,473


...........
9,260
411,988
...........
....*.......
-""^40

420.608
...........

S 420.608

-1.925,222


c2,780


104,068
-1,301


-6,244



183,030
-78,601


22,200

458

-8,948

25,259

5,881
*.**....*...


-c2,145


-1,588,757
...........


-11,305
...........


136,537
-561,257
*.*..*..*..

11,100

916

-9,952

24,088
** 61...35


-769,743 -514,411

-14,171 -11,977
31,057 89,929
-1,800 ..........
-127,752 134,691
210 ...........
-487 ...........

-659,534 -565,396
260..*..8* -.....8...
-2,602.758 -4,136.836
.. 2..... ...........4

-2,602 7 58 -4,1W6,836


-9,600
27,660
603,213
-3,975
-454
-90

620,.729
-3,975

616,754

-3,513,684


...........
...........
828,312
...........
-998
797

828.111
S...........

828,111

-3,001,169


$11,490


4,810,035
6,673


181,852
215


2,529,171
9,030,477
10

26,260

3,527

569,027

6,930,933
310,000
476.384
1,143




43,059,637
375,000
336,085
2,100,891
19,081
6,734,835
18,675
10,535

3,962,655
50,000

137,299,928 ,
1,340,000

138,639,928


9,600
96,465
827,988
3,975
4,855
55,851

994,759
3,975

998.734

151,565.894


This Month


v15,290


5.580,690
5,372


177,718
215


2,649,325
8,943,989
10

53,910

3,585

563,054

6,955,681
310,000
480,830
1,143




42,608,216
375,000
332,464
2,117,111
17,881
6,740,113
18,675
10,098

3,631,903
50,000

137,024 ,643
1,340,000

138,364,643



114,865
1,019,213
............
4,401
56,401

1.194.880
............

1.194,880)

149,977,,432


Close of
This Month


$14,270


4,914,103
5,372


175,608
215


2,712,201
8,951,876
10

48,460

3.985

560,079

6,956,192
310,000
482,265
1,143




42,289,894
375,000
321,914
2.131.947
17,281
6,607,083
18,885
10,048

3,303,121
50,000

134,697.169
1.340.000

136,037,169


....**.........
124,125
1,431,200
...............
4.401
55.761

1.615.487
...............

1 .615.487

148.052.21-9


200 .

200 '
I


Note: Investments are In public debt securities unless otherwise noted.





TABLE V--COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS
BY MONTHS OF TRANSITION QUARTER

ft riirrs .are roun- ed In millions of dollars A d may not add to totals)


July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov.


Transit. Corn -
Dec. Jan. Feb. March April May June Quarter parable
to I Prior
SDau il Quarter


RECEIPTS

Individual in'coni tam..x .......
C'rpuralton inconime t x.....
Social insurance tax, and
contribution-,
Employment taxe- and
contribul ions............. .
Unemployment rin.u rance ....
Contributions for other
insurance and retirement ..
Excise taxe. .................
Estate and gift taxe.-......... .
Cusloms .....................
Miscellaneous...............

Total--receipt- tirani i-
lion quarter ...........
u / i p.r' -1.. 1 i.i", .

OUTLAYS

Legislative Branch ...........
The Judiciary................
Executive Otffice of the
President ..................
Funds appropriated to the
President:
International security
assistance ................
International development
assistance ................
Other ....................
Department of Agriculture
Foreign assistance, special
export programs and
Commodity Credit
Corporation...............
Other ....................
Department of Commerce .....
Department of Defense'
Military
Department of the Army...
Departmemi of the Navy ...
Department of Air Force..
Defense agencies. ........
Civil defense.............
Allowance undistributed ...


?11.201 512 088 U15.513
1.513 689 6.259


5 937
723

408
1 510
454
389
524


9.328
1 822

464
1 476
547
394
552


22 660 27 360
1% 4 n -


6.538
153

386
1.486
453
429
537


31.753
- 5)' *


138.801 $33.628
8,460 I 8.000


21,803 I 19.200
2,908 1.775

1,258 1.147
I 4,473 4.338
1,455 i 1,364
1,212 927
1,613 1.897


_ -__ -- 81,773
-- 2 '5


I 225 199
S 44


241 312 279
867 954 1.197
178 159 197


1
2
2


434

428
204



466
2,682
477


832
3,018
534


612 I 597 2.060
.408 2.221 2.449
.277 2.027 2,288
945 976 1.051
5 5 7


Total Military.......... 7.246 6 826

Civil .................. ... 168 209
Department of Health.
Education, and Welfare
Social and Rc habilitati.n
Service................... 1.485 1 493
Federal old-age and
survivors insurance trust
fund...................... 5 676 5 702
Federal disability insuranirt
trust fund ................ 868 886
Federal hospital insurance
trust fund ............... 102 1,138
Federal supplementary
medical insurance truth
fund ................. ... 447 480
Other ..................... 1 657 1 618


7.855

206


- I- -,- -I...

Vt1


1 555


5 732

899

1.163

474
1.965


5,268 5.362
7,07811 6,894
6.591 6.510
2.971 2,629
18 l 8


21,926 21,402

58311 568


4.533 i 3.864


17,110
2.653 I

3.404

1.401
5.240 I


15.431

2.286

2,893

1.182
5,058


' L.-. Lfi cd ion


I I













Classification



OUTLAYS--Cont in

Department of Housing
and Urban Development
Department of the Interio
Department of Justice ..
Department of Labor.
Unemployment trust fu
Other ...............
Department of State ....
Department of Transport
Highway trust fund ...
Other ...............
Department of The Treas
Interest on the public d
Interest on refunds, et
General revenue shari
Other ...............
Energy Research and Dei
opment Administration.
Environmental Protection
Agency...............
General Services
Administration........
National Aeronautics and
Space Administration..
Veterans Administration:
Compensation and pens
National service life..
Government service lif
Other ...............
Independent agencies:
Civil Service Commiss
Postal Service ......
Small Business
Administration......
Tennessee Valley Auth
Other md. agencies ..
Undistributed offsetLing r
ceipts-
Federal employer cont
tions to retirement lu
Interest credited to cei
accounts ...........
Rents and Royalties on
Continental Shelf Lant
Allowances Unditstributed

Total outlays--trans
quarter...........

T llr/ Outfa s-pri,.r quOr te

Surplus (.) or deficit (-)
Lion quarter...........




See footnotes on page 3.


TABLE V--COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS
BY MONTHS OF TRANSITION QUARTER--Continued

(Figures are rounded in millions of dollars and may not add to totals)



July Aug Sept. I Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. March April May June



ued

....... 1,125 -5134 -406
r .... 253 280 255
....... 215 154 181
nd... 1,213 1,270 1,062
696. 945 720
::..... 233 50 34
alion
....... 482 629: 616
....... 464 356 457
ury:
ebt.... 3,754 2,862 1,486
c. .... 27 29 48
ng .. ... 1.587 .- ..
....... -272 174 4 ,
vel -
....... 233 336 482 ,
439 338 331

-130' 101 32

....... 344 359 250

ion.... 694 699 695
..... -7 -4
e ..... 4 4 3
653 689 528

ion.... 8491 684 820 '
434 ........ 504

26 37 14
ority .. 114, 65 53
6771 494 755
e- I

ribu-
nd ..... -321' -374 -290
rtain
....... -751 -550 1,030
Outer
ds ..... 64' -289 -958 I
-... ...-... ...- *- ------- -----


ition



transi-

I.......


1- -=--
23,906

11081


-11 ,247'

I I


29,571t
0 ,254,

-2,211,

I'


.U 1144


= -- -- r J


Transit. Com-
IQuarter parable
to Pnor
Date- Quarter


S1,397
788
551
3.544
2,362
316

1,726
1,276

8,102
104
1,588
-94

1,051

1,108

3

953

2,088
-11
11
1,870

2.353
938

78
232
1.926


-985

-270

-1,311


94,473


2.786
775
567
4.537
2.061
295

1,773
1,124

7,066
72
1,528
-251

720

716

-70

991

1,936
-6
11
2,205

1,961
1.587

308
255
1.745


-925

-291

-305




vI %Mlq


-12.700
-p





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


Current Month


Transition Quarter uto Date


Securities Held as Investments
Current Transition Quarter


t 1 .iIh ati'iTn





TruaT receipts.. oulutlIvas. .nd invest -
mentits held
Federal oild-age and %urTIvors-
insurl an .. ....... ..... .... .....
Federal di-.abilitv in urancre......
Federal hospital insurance ........
Federal supplementary medical
insurjnce........ .. .... ....
Federal employees retirement.....
Federal employee. life and health
benefits ............ ...........
FLderal Deposit Insurance Curp....
Airpurt and airway...............
General Revenue Shartng..........
Highw.iv ......... ...............
Military asistance advances ......
Railroad retirement ..............
Unemployment ...................
Veterans life insurance...........
All other trust ...................

Trust lundt receipts and outlays
on the bA.-is of Table III and
investments held from
Table lV-D....................

Interfund receipts offset against
trust fund *utlays ..............

Total trust lund receipts and
outlays ........ .. ...........

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

Total Federal fund receipts and
outlay- ......................

Total interfund receipts and outlays. .

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

See footnotes on page 3.


R'ceiptl%






54,313
809
1.390

177
209



96

560


25
153

3



7,735


768


8.503


24,018

11


24,029 ,

-779

31.753


Outlays


'5,643
887
1.146

372
573

-16
133
28

619
-517
305
877
-2
-109



9.939


768


10.707


21,057

11


21,068

-779

30,996


Exces-, uf
receipts
ir out -
.Avs(-)


-21.330
-77
245

-196
-364

16
-133
68

-60
517
-280
-724
2
112


-2,204


.. .


Receipts Outlays


!15,886 916,811
2,130 2,611
3.459 3,351

539 519
720 1,517

....... -38
....... 133
277 91
3,327 1,588
1,676 1,744
....... -726 1
328 905 1
2,698 i 2,864
....... -13
9 -19



31,048 31,336


2,782 2,782
4 4


-2,204 33,830
I- -4-

2,961 54,052

....... 33


2,961 54,085

....... -6,142

757 J 81,773


34,118


66,464 -12,412

33 .........


66,497 -12,412

-6,142 .........

94,473 -12,700


Beginning of

This Thi month
Quarter I I


Excess of
receipts
or out -
laysf-)





-4924
-481
107

20
-797

38
-133
186
1,740
-68 ,
726
-576
-166
13
28



-288





-288


838,065
6,525
10,693

1,424
43,161

2.467
6,740
2.649
. .... ... ..
8,944

3,682
5.581
8,310
124



138,365


L I -:


Close of
this month





S37,055
6,453
11.009

1,244
42,841

2,471
6,607
2,712
..............
8,952

3,353
4,914
8,309
117



136,037


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 $3,327
million in federal funds transferred to trust funds for general revenue sharing.


937,968
6,931
10,942

1,230
43,616

2,456
6,735
2,529

9,030

4,013
4,810
8,286
93



138,639


,





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


-r


Source



NET RECEIPTS

Individual income e taxes........................................................
Corporation income taxes ......................................................
Social insurance taxes and contributions:
Employment taxes and contributions ..........................................
Unemployment insurance .................... ................................
Contributions for other insurance and retirement ........ ......................
Excise taxes ....... ..........................................................
Estate and gift taxes ..........................................................
Customs ..................................................... ...............
M iscellaneous........ ........................................................

T otal........ ............................................................


Nat
Inte
Gen
Nat
Agr
Con
Con
Edu
Hea
Incc
Vet
Law
Gen
Rev
Inte
Und


This Month


T15,512,762
6,258,508

6,537,847
152,622
386,258
1,486,343
453,464
428,758
536,829


31,753,393


UJU L LiMt 10

ional defense ............................................................... 7.658,718
national affairs ........................................................... 151,977
eral science, space, and technology .......................................... 308,836
rural resources, environment, and energy ..................................... 1,173,304
culture ................................................................... 530,998
nmerce and transportation .................................................... 1,977.211
nmunity and regional development ............................................ 524,549
cation, training, employment and social services .............................. 1,861,555
th ........................................................................ 2,843,427
om e security ............................................................... 10,955,353
erans benefits and services .................................................. 1,222,964
enforcement and justice ..................................................... 300.214
eral govern ent ............................................................ 311,553
enue sharing and general purpose fiscal assistance ............................. 137,108
rest. ....................................................................... 1,255,688
distributed offsetting receipts ................................................ -217,240
Total ..................................................................... 30,996,214


Total Budget

Transition Quarter
to Date


$38,800,969
8,460,466

21,803,012
2,697,903
1,258,218
4,472.698'
1,454,5921
1,212,173J
1,612,734,


81,772,766


22,388,851
1,449,751
1,128,573
3,591,726
760,073
4,684,861
1,505,295
4,683,0161
8,992,1241
32,838,104
3,974,959
859,667
854,162
2.024,055
7,304,310
-2,566.530
94,472,996


Comparable Prior
Quarter



z33,627,694
8,000.002

19,199,671
1,775,324
1,146,586
4,338,051
1,363,778
927,192
1,896,938


72,275,235


22,421,382
950,356
1,202,195
2,642.381
758,858
6,344,692
1,362,317
4.358,908
7,774,860
30,650,313
4,164,476
765,992
550,170
1,921.309
6,457,283
-1,520,320
90,805,173


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