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Title:
Monthly Treasury statement of receipts and outlays of the United States government for period from ..
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Final monthly Treasury statement of receipts and outlays of the United States government
Portion of title:
Monthly Treasury statement
Final monthly Treasury statement
Abbreviated Title:
Mon. Treas. statement receipts outlays U.S. gov.
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v. : ; 28 cm.
Language:
English
Creator:
United States -- Dept. of the Treasury
United States -- Dept. of the Treasury. -- Financial Management Service
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Began with July/Nov. 1974; ceased with June 2008.
Issuing Body:
Vols. for <Oct. 1979>-Apr. 1986 issued by U.S. Dept. of Treasury; May 1986-<Mar. 1996>, <Jan. 1998-> by U.S. Dept. of Treasury, Financial Management Service.
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Monthly statement of receipts and outlays of the United States government
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Monthly Treasury statement of receipts and outlays of the United States government (Online)

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Monthly Treasury Statement of


Receipts and Outlays of the United States Government

for period from July 1,1975 through May 31,1976

TABLE I--TOTALS OF BUDGET RESULTS AND FINANCING (IN MILLIONS)


Budget Receipts and Outlays Means of Financing


Budget By By Reduction
Fiscal Year Surplus (+) Borrowing of Cash By Total
Receipts Outlays or from the and Monetary Other Budget
Deficit (-) Public Assets Means Financing
Increase (-)


Actual 1976 (eleven month)............ t262,390 1335,043 -072.653 M78,966 -4332 45.981 872,653

Comparative data:
Actual 1975 (eleven months)......... 249,014 294,139 -45,125 50,286 -57 -5,104 45,125
Actual 1975 (fuUll year) .............. 280.997 324,601 -43,604 50,853 -320 -6,929 43,604
Estimated 1976' ................... 297,534 374,432 -76,898 88,397 -1,411 -10,088 16,898
Estimated transitional quarter ..... 81,894 98,543 -16,649 20,572 ............. -3,923 16,649
Estimated 1977' .................... 351,262 395,813 -44,551 55,076 ............. -10,525 44,551


TABLE 11--SUMMARY OF BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS (In thousands)
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Classification



RECEIPTS


Individual Income taxes................ ..................... .. .. ............ .....
Corporation income taxes.......................... ........... .. ... ... ......
Social insurance taxes and contributions: 9 *
Employment taxes and contributions........................... .......... .......
Unemployment insurance................ ........... .......... i. v ... .
Contributions for other insurance and retirement.................."w,.. I. ........ ...
Excise taxes..................................................... .. .............
Estate and gift taxes.............................. ........ ...... ....!.... .. ....... .
Customs ............................................. ................................
M 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 .............. .... ..... ........... ..........................................
O ther........... ........................... ...................................................
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


73,616,964
7,799,446
4,326,497
15,473,725
4,773,860
3,653,056
5,771,514
262,389,826


707,613
266,570
74,001
867,608
1,313,824
673,371
11,548.292
1,780,739
80,414.631
1,920,401
117,465,752
6,943,429
2,111,174
2.048.088
23.707,296
1,031,325
10,701,698
33,920,379
6,238,184
1.228,463
3.301.916
2.884.493
-163,047
3,383,658
17.160.514
16.848.450
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-7,215.601
-2,617,152
335.042.860

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40,066,000

80,163,904
7,723,128
4.684,455
16,901,000
5,100,000
3,800,000
8,283,502
297,533,989


908,040
342.463
89,196
2,534,789
1.923,119
746,739
14.314,064
1,990,428
89.737.000
2.150.820
128.560,374
7,222,453
2,595,191
2,280.645
26,884.583
1,208,841
12.121.7569
37,400,000
6,272.430
1,335,228
4.078,432
3.192.681
185,854
3,517.200
19,015,873
19.029.067
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-8.012.254
-3,000,000
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Net Transactions
Classification (-) denotes net reduction of either Account Balances
liability or assets accounts Current Fiscal Year

(Assets and Liabilities Fiscal Year to Date Beginning of Close of
Directly Related to the Budget) This Month This Year Prior Year This Year 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 ...................
Special notes issued to IMF............................
Other demand liabilities issued to IMF ................
Receivable Payable (-) for U.S. currency valuation
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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
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Total budget financing [Financing of deficit (+) or
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8,690,162 77,401,326 52,909,700 544,131,393 612,842,558 621,532,720


4,580,801 -1,564,610 2,623,826 147,225,099 141,079,689 145,660,490
4,109,361 78,965,936 50,285,874 396,906,294. 471,762,869 475,872,230

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461,816 2,732,512 2,591,500 331,033 2,601,729 3,063,545
-1,529,281 350,492 -115,728 2,988,210 4,867,983 3,338,702

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73,868 1,026,384 831,464 3,867,863 4,820,379 4,894,247

648,462 945,777 2,305,868 7,447,500 7,744,815 8,393,277
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190,515 30,584

2,612,308 3,149,824
3,152,905 3,134,119
19.126,266 16,245.268

3.346,949 3,373,554
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Classification


Excess of liabililies beginning of period
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Adjustments during current fiscal year for changes in
composition of unified budget............................

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

Budget surplus (-) or deficit:
Basied on composition of unified budget in prior fiscal year...
Changes In composition of unified budget ..................

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

Transactions not applied to current year's surplus or deficit:
Seigniorage ............................................
Increment on gold.......................................
Net gain (-) loss for U.S. currency valuation adjustment ....
Conversion of interest receipts of government accounts to
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Oilff-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 elderly or handicapped fund...............
Federal Financing Bank ...............................

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


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-~1 *


1469,362.511

L............
469.362,511


5,731,001
............
5,731,001


-42,543!

21,484.

.....*......

-16,985
19
231,998
26,011
676
-1,649
187,546


406,556' 7,501,077

475,500,068 475,500.068


Fiscal Year to Date


This Year Prior Year


8395,345,957

....... I.....

395,345.957


72,653,034
. ...........
72,653,034


-696,035

181,265

.......**....

711,560
-21,424
'669,552
170,173
81,416
-13,565
6,418.135


$34I2,844.8 64

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

342,844,864'


45,125,2121
-............i
45,125,2121


-561.904
I I I
-68,914

**"** ***I

1,467.089
-33,928
650,021
421,849
95,417
-11,791
6,263.532

8,221,371

396,191,447


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


Net Transactions Account Balances
(-) denotes net reduction of account Fian a
liability accounts Current Fiscal Year
Classification ________________________ ________________________
Fiscal Year to Date Beginning of
This -- Year I Prior Year ThisYear ThisMClose of
Thi- Mont Thus Year Prior Year This Year This Month 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.............
Department of the Treasury:
Federal Farm Mortgage Corporation Liquidation Fund...
Independent agencies:
Federal Home Loan Bank Board:
Federal Home Loan Bank Board Revolving Fund.......
Homeowners' Loan Corporation ....................
Postal Service......................................
Tennessee Valley Authority..........................

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


-8,628
-1,077


-16


877


-99,541

97,5280


-187


-201

-80,000


.............. .............
S.............. .............
I .............. .............
.............. .............

--8.8N4 -82.401


-M300,620


-98,796
7618,473


-179


629

-110,000

-61

-10,190
-193
.-57i.000


-1,013,938 1


82,593,115


1,272,792
486,935


2,277


3,012

4,260,000


.............
.............
250,000
2,075,000

10,943,131


12,593,115


1,181,879
585,540


2,106


1,934

4,180,000


.............
.............
250,000
2.075,000

10,869,574


82.593,115


1,173,251

584,463


2,090


2,811

4.180,000


...............
...............
250,000
2,075,000

10,860,730


,


...







TABLE IV--SCHEDULE C tAEMORANDUM)--AGENCY BORROWING FINANCED THROUGH 25

ISSUE OF PUBLIC DEBT SECURITIES (In thousands)


Account Balances
STransaction Current Fiscal Year

Classification Fiscal Year to Date Beginning of Tls s
This Month This Year Prior Year This Year This Month Cls of


Borrowing from the Treaury;
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 fund..............................
Special risk insurance fund..........................
Government National Mortgage 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 the Department of Housing and Urban
Development:
College housing loans...............................
Low-rent public housing.............................
National flood insurance fund..........................
New communities guaranty fund:
Title IV..........................................
Title VII.........................................
Revolving funds, liquidating programs 6................
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. ........................................

Total Borrnowing from the Treasury .........................

Borrowing from the FederalFinancing Bank

Postal Service .......................................
Tennessee Valley Authority............................
Export-Import Bank of the United States ...............

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

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


..........
1103,200
-16,900
699,079
..........

168,000
35,000

-51,400
..........
-162,210
24,197
1,814
..........


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

1,404
1,300
..........
..........

..........

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

..........

..........

80J 484


448,000
60,000
..........


-6233,024
-2,370,160
-80,718
9,269,539
286,466

690,000
299,000

1,162,620
...........
112,074
62,234
46,817
-1,400

200,000
...........
...........


...........
...........
45,896

1,771
4,665
-385,500
...........

-1,000

52,479
249,380
...........
...........
...........

...........

416

9.411 555


...........
-83,702,763
-2,303,178
12,512,267
1,148,988

528,000
410,000

434,280
-1,120
1,901,000
445,712
66,948
-1,200

25,000


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



..........
..........
16,045



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



25,000O
..........

..........

-415

11 504.624


$233,024
5,046,370
207,077
13,466,003
1.247,488

2,037,268
1,640,000

504,680
58,190
4,849,995
7,409,108
132,070
119,876

555,718
676,000
250,000


2,811,000
...........
69,924



385,500
800,000

251,650

...........
...........
20,400
150,000
22,114

1,730,078

832

44 6'4 .365


4: --4 -~ 4


1,248,000
730,000
775,650


.50.000 r2 'i6'51-5


1,311,484


12,165.205


1,000,000
1,210,000
4,049,400

6 259 400


17,764,024


1,500,000
1,435,000
4,049,400

6 98S4.4001


51,658,765


_________________________________________________ A. .1 LA ___________ A


.............
$2,573,009
143,260
22.036,464
1,533,954

2,559,268
1,904,000

1,718,700
58,190
5,124,279
7,447,145
177,073
118,476

755,718
676,000
250,000


2,811,000
............
115,819

367
3,365
............
800,000

250,650

52,479
249,380
20,400
150,000
22,114

1,730,078

1,247

5.? .' if5


I5


2,300.000
2,105,000
4,825.050


.............
$2,676,210
126,359
22,735,543
1,533,954

2,727,268
1,939.000

1,667,300
58,190
4,962,069
7,471,342
178,887
118,476

755,718
676,000
250,000


2,811,000
............
115,819

1,771
4,665
............
800, 000O

250,650

52,479
249,380
20,400
150,000
22,114

1,730,078

1,247





2,748,000
2.165,000
4,825.050


62,512.485 63.823.969


See footnotes on page 3.

Note: Includes only amounts loaned to Federal Agencies in lieu of Agency Debt issuance and excludes Federal Financing Bank purchase of loans
made or guaranteed by Federal Agencies. The Federal Financing Bank borrows from Treasury and Issues its own securities and in turn
may loan these funds to Agencies in lieu of Agencies borrowing directly through Treasury or issuing their own securities.






26 TABLE IV--SCHEDULE D--INVESTMENTS OF GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTS

IN FEDERAL SECURITIES (In thousands)
r.


Classification


This


Federal Funds
Department of Agriculture:
Agency securities ..................................

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

Department of Housing and Urban Development-
Federal Housing Administration
Federal housing administration fund:
Public debt securities..........................
Agency securities.............................
Government National Mortgage Association:
Special assistance function fund
Agency securities..............................
Management and liquidating functions fund:
Agency securities........... ...................
Guarantees Of Mortgage-Backed Securities:
Public debt securities.........................
Agency securities..................... .........
Participation sales fund:
Public debt securities..........................
Agency securities..............................
Housing Management
Community disposal operations fund:
Agency securities..............................
Rental housing assistance fund ....................
New Communities Administration,
New communities fund...........................
Federal Insurance Administration:
National insurance development fund..............

Department of the Interior:
Bonneville Power Administration....................
Department of Transportation.......................
Department of Treasury.............................

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

Independent agencies
Emergency Loan Guarantee Board..................
Federal Energy Administration .....................
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation:
Public debt securities............................
Agency securities................................
National Credit Union Administration ................
Other...........................................

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

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

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

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

Department of Health. Education, and Welfare:
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.


Net Purchases or Sales (-)

I Fiscal Year to Date


Month


............ I

53.655



3,070
-1


-586

-230

2.407
-901

55.571
............


600

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



16,825
............
7.340


557


-1,762

-8,590

-88 1 ,
5.825

84,617
-1,718


This Year


-$6,000

21,852



117,6909
-14


20,496

-2,860

8,962
2,615

230.753

,751.............



-5,478

12,190


158,580
13,785
55,804


21,912

6,978
1,715,348

346,088
. ........ i 1
19,310
41,980


Prior Year


-6,000

16.012 |



199,899
-65


6,361

-4,066

5,882 |,
3,043

220.211
-25,925


Securities Held as Investments
Current Fiscal Year


Beginning of


I. -


This Year This Month


(41.215

78,923



1,406,484
191.222


91,274

42,912
23,303
2,378

1,317,327
86,745


........... 388
14.583 34,309

-5,175 5,478

4,500 77,986


176,379 10,815
234........... ............45,46
234,324 1,451,408


21,744


7,157
...........

305,646
...........
12.604
29,605


2,771,513 1,243,371
14.236 -26,651


82,899 2,791,750 1,216,720


............ 65 70


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

10

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

30


1,870.506
............
83,013
-122,904
............
-54.554
5


-1,015,603
.............
-1,323,573
718,278
.............
-87'.915
5


1,478

916

-489

198

155


2,716,879
...........
-287,930
1,406,064
...........
192,532
...........


317,113


16,302
............

3,5909,854
141,977
54.343
205,350

8,598,995
598,111

9,197,106


468
1,340

9,956




1,257


39,337.423
555,000
8,157,766
9,710,883
50,000
1,378,214
182


$35,215

97,120



1,521,113
191,209


112,356

40,282
29,858
5,896

1,492,509
86,745


388
45,400
..........

90,176


152,570
13,785
1,499,872


338,468

23,280
1,717,110

3,954,532
141,977
74,534
241,5065

11.291,891
614,066


11,905,967


533
1,500

10.488

597

35

1,310


36,451,314
555,000
6,917,206
10,552,065
50,000
1,344,853
182


Close of
This Month


835,215

100,775



1,524,183
1,1,208


111,770

40,052
32,265
4,904

1,548,080
86,745


388
46,060
................

90,176


16,395
13,785
1,507,212


339,05

23,280
1,715,348

3,945,942
141,97N
73,653
247,330

11,376,506
612,347


11,9m,856


533
1,500

10,489

WI

35

1.340


38,321,820
555,000
6,834,193
10,43,161
50,000
1,290,299
187


- I


I







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

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


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 F cing 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.........................................


$2,290

2,719,423
6,642

5,266


17,638
183,850
...........
-6,400

-693

-3,942

-977

1,700
-286



-280,624

-41,307
38,094

71,398


-115,572
...........


-42,550


-8931


-1,345,424 -4,152,454
6,642 ............


-3,387
105


463,430
-584,545

2,100

552

-44,061

31,622
..............5
31,065
-286



-1,161,616

-30,707
321,149
-3,000
448,359
18,635
10,204

-1,458,144
..............


4,206,580 -5,007,802
........... .. ...........


4,206,580 -5,007,802



5,610 93,035 .
286,775 539,936

-878 -2,625
-185 21,097

291,322 651,443 |
........... .............. |


291,322
4,580,801


651,443 i

-1,564,610


7,871
10


915,377,
1,480,927,

-600

390

-57,171

-60,025
29,503
600



-533,718
20,503
203,990
-4,063
409,455


-1,256,059

1,053,467
...........


1,053,467




341,895
-18,800
-3,629
34,174
372,440
-18,800-
353,640

2,623,826


19,945 15,105

7,183,473 3,118,626
31 31

152,105 143,452
1101 215


1,936,148
9,535,823
10
30,660

2,953

603,700

6,715,734
310,000
432,161
1,429



38,232,042
375,000
309,132
1,699,328
22,081
6,265,096


4,208,779
50,000


2,381,940
8,757.428
10
39,160

4,198

563,581

6,748,333
310,000
461,526
1,429



37,351,050
375,000
319,732
1,982.383
19.081
6,642,057
18,635
10,204

2,866,207
50,000


___ __ -


135,938,845
1,340,000

137,278,845




703,315
3,975
7,480
34,379

745,1741
3,975
749,149
-- ---
147,225,099




200
200


126.724,463
1.340,000

128,064,463


87,425

956,475
3,975
5,733
55,661

1,105,294
3,975
1.109.269

141,079,689


17,395

5,838,049
6,673

148,718
215


2,399,578
8,951,278
10
32,760

3,505

559,639

6,747,356
310,000
463,226
1,143



37,070,426
375,000
278,425
2,020,477
19,081
6,713,455
18,635
10,204

2,750,635
50.000


I 130,931,043
1,340,000
I 132,271,043



93,035
1.243.250
3,975
4,855
55,476

1,396,616
3,975
1,400.591
145,660.490


200
200


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






28 TABLE V--COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS
BY MONTHS OF CURRENT FISCAL YEAR
(Figures are rounded in millions of dollars and may not add to totals)


Fiscal ame
Classification July Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. March April May June Year Period
Date F.Y.
-. T .
RECEIPTS

Individual income taxes ....... .9.615 .10.403 '13.609 -10.653 310.354 fil.200 !15.276 r.7.778 t5.272 $15,248 $6,157, |115,566 109,263
Corporation income taxes ..... 1.367 620 6.013 873 673 6.530 1.553 781 5,863 6,119 1,016 31,409 31,044
Social insurance taxes and
contribuUions
Employment taxes and
contributions.............. 5,309 8.085 5.805 4.551 6.900 5.060 5.765 8.567 6.071 8.011 9.491' 73,617 69,278
Unemployment insurance.... 444 1.256 75 259 716 110 223 693 129 952 2.9401 7,799 6,679
Contributions for other I
insurance and retirement .. 375 372 400 395 377 395 442 370 435 386 380 4.326 4,053
Excise taxes................. 1,514 1.394 1,430 1.462 1.476 1.482 1,335 1.354 1,344 1,353 1,329 15,474, 15,067
Estate and gift taxes .......... 503 430 431 396 428 386 401 475 450 387 489 4,7741 4,199
Customs..................... 313 302 312 343 310 347 348 288 384 357 349 3,653 3,374
Miscellaneous................ 757 723 539 382 511 485 292 538 482 535 528 5,772 6,037
Total--receipts this
year ................. 20.197 23,584 28,615 19.316 21.745 25.995 25.634 20,845 20,431 33,348 22,679 I 262,390
T-.J-- rer,-r-s ..r. .. ."...... v4.r -.' 7 :." 1I 0'0l :o- :4 944 .'4 9.' Iv V". .' 04i .1 Vi I V 1 I 01 .'4V ol/

OUTLA S -- t- __ I -'--- -_- -- i _T _
OUTLAYS

Legislative Branch ........... 38 80 81 58 65 71 65 59 72 43 73 708 642
The Judiciary................ 1 21 21 20 27 41 22 53 1 29 29 267 263
Executive Office of the
President:.................. 6 5 7 8 7 6 8 5 9 8 6 74 81
Funds appropriated to the
President:
International security I
assistance ................ 75 528 -163 -7 253 325 -493 222 215 -258 177I 868 989
International development I I
assistance.... .... 250 102 76 159 129 75 78 141 124 115 65! 1,314 1,437
Other ..................... 69 66 68 21 108 52 63 50 69 43 64 673' 814
Department of Agriculture: I
Foreign assistance, special I
export programs and
Commodity Credit
Corporation............... 175 118 173 226 185 291 128 84 -63 241 93 1,651 1,445
Other ..................... 863 839 1,027 893 452 1.112 1,244 1.225 598 757 887 9,898 7,080
Department of Commerce ..... 183 154 139 148 166 161 199 153 166 162 151 1,781 1,432
Department of Defense -
Military
Department of the Army... 1.730 2.112 1,544 2,098 1,629 1.857 1,710 1.432 1,662 2,040 1,791 19,605 20,127
Department of the Navy ... 2.349 2.253 2,279 2.471 2,285 2,415 2,352 2,280 2,473 2,673 2,206 26,087 24,948
Department of Air Force.. 2,164 2,274 2,084 2,381 2,218 2.088 2,247 2.139 2,152 2.454 2,001 24,202 22,973
Defense agencies......... 849 839 956 941 879 1,070 954 934 1.147 983 945' 10,498 9.644
Civil defense............. 4 ; 4 8 8 15 6 6 7 7 71 72 78
Allowance undistributed... ...... .... ........... ...... ..... ....... ....... ...... ...... ...... ..... ....... ........
Total Military.......... 7,096 7,478 6,867 7,899 7,019 7,445' 7,270 6,792 7,442 8,158 6,951 80,415 77,771

Civil...................... 166 190 212 201 192 213 128 142 160 153 164 1,920 1,827
Department of Health,
Education, and Welfare:
Social and Rehabilitation
Service................... 1.316 1,216 1,332 1,404 1,543 1,275 1.455 1.333 1,707 1583 1,269 1 15.433 12,781
Federal old-age and
survivors insurance trust
fund...................... 5,139 5,127 5,164 5.200 5,254 5,201 5,330 5.315 5,352 5,337 5,288' 57,713 50,96
Federal disability insurance I ,
trust fund ................ 751 800 735 781 796 781 815 798 818 837 811i 8,723 7,258
Federal hospital insurance
trust fund ................ 992 908 993 1,056 948 1.017 1.000 1.006 1,185 1,183 1,061 11,349 9,687
Federal supplementary
medical insurance trust
fund .............. ....... .. 410 373 398 444 383 491 488 430 468 453 427 4,716 3,782
Other..................... 1.541 1,728 1,791 1,690 1,578 2,118 1,744 1,878 2,097 1.738 1,6291 19,531 18,018






TABLE V--COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS 29
BY MONTHS OF CURRENT FISCAL YEAR--Continued
(Figures are rounded in millions of dollars and may not add to totals)


Classification July



OUTLAYS--Continued
Department of Housing
and Urban Development....... $1.264
Department of the Interior ..... 253
Department of Justice ......... 224
Department of Labor.
Unemployment trust fund..... 1,605
Other ..... ............... 654
Department of State ........... 72
Department of Transportation:
Highway trust fund .......... 656
Other ....... ...... 457
Department of The Treasury:
Interest on the public debt.... 2,901
Interest on refunds, etc. .... 23
General revenue sharing..... 1,523
Other ....... ........ -158
Energy Research and Devel-
opment Administration........ 191
Environmental Protection
Agency..................... 223
General Services
Administration............... -177
National Aeronautics and
Space Administration......... 368
Veterans Administration:
Compensation and pension.... 629
National service life......... .......
Government service life ..... 4
Other ...................... 731
Independent agencies:
Civil Service Commission.... 664
Postal Service.............. 372
Small Business
Administration............. 12
Tennessee Valley Authority .. 123
Other ind. agencies ......... 659
Undistributed offsetting re-
ceipts:
Federal employer contribu-
tions to retirement fund..... -295
Interest credited to certain
accounts .................. -746
Rents and Royalties on Outer
Continental Shelf Lands..... -51
Allowances Undistributed ...... .......
Total outlays--this year ... 31,249
Total Outlaj s-prior year........ '?4,.269

Surplus (+) or deficit (-) this
year....................... -11,052..
Surplus +) or deflt (-i.) prior year ... .3,327


Fiscal om-
Year parable
Aug. Sept. Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. March April May June Year I Period
Date F.or
-____ _________________________ _______________F. Y.e 1


$530
282
167
1,500
721
108
483
354
2,904
23
2
-44
273
238
30
310
641
-5
5
807

617
1,215
245
51
511


-321
-530
-221


$991
272
176
1,433
686
116
634
314
2,973
26
3
-48
255
256
76
313
665
-1
4
665

680

51
81
576


-309
-722


$790
182
185
1,372
542
216
738
537
3,043
23
1,556
134
333
251
-100
312
679
-7
4
839

697

48
57
828


-302
-686


-33 -43


8727
214
165
1,314
569
60
700
359

3,046
32
10
112
329
278
41
325
670
2
5
947

679

26
88
484


$1,044
133
215
1,670
615
113
618
441

3,130
33
(*)
264
288
302
88
326
685
6
5
1,004
725

15
89
516


-287 -306
-548 -758


$1,255
179
189
1,689
678
104
423
569

3,193
12
1,569
-525
280
261
-120
260
729
11
4
883
666

-124
93
397


-371
-694


-50 -147 I -378


$591
207
172
1,610
562
55
374
375

3,093
22
(*)
194
361
274
44
291
686
176
19
809
674

52
45
300


-$901
62
188
1,789
709
78
420
476
3,207
28
383
331
315
57

307
690
1
4
979
690

28
56
536


-309 -361


-487
-50


-702

-736
I....


$443
178
194
1,458
650
67
316
740
3,209
31
1,576
353
322
268
-127
293
707
(**)
5
907

779
11
13
104
841


-322
-706
-414


$209
148
172
1,260
623
42
324
394

3,223
17
293

339
219
26

279
697
5
4
863

771

39
71
697


-320
-633
-495


$6,943 $7,074
2,111 1,988
2,048 1,886
16,700 11,604
7,007 3,521
1,031 799
5,686 4,452
5,0161. 3,972
33,920" 29,900
270', 226
6,23811 6,133
958 341

3,302 2,817
2,884 2,195
-163 -578

3,384 3,051
7,477 6,935
188 271
61 75
9,434 7,884

7,642 6,501
1,598 1,831
406 548
858 661
6,344 6,279


-3,503 -3,440
-7,216 -e,925
-2,617 -2,133
....... .........


30,634 29,044 32,425 29.401 31,792 30,725 29,833 29.054 32,476 28,410 ____ 335.043 ___
_4_1? .'5 05 '6 440 .4,9.21 S.9'9 ? _'4_ I I .' .' v

-7,050 -429 -13,109 -7,656 -5,797 -5,091 1 -8,987 -8,623 -872 -5.731 -72.653 I & :


-894 +2.631 -6.839 -2.658 -2.454 -3.987 -5,773 -8.272 +2.260 I-15.16


.45.12


See footnotes on page 3.


___________________________________ ______ ______ ______ -~ 1,'.W'm4 -





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


Current Month Fiscal Year to Date Securities Held as Investments
Current Fiscal Year
C I isificanon C n I -- -1 1-
E-an xcess of Excess of Beginning of
Receipts Outlays receipts Receipts Outlays receipts Close of

lays(-) lays(-) This year This month

epts., outlays, and invest-
I old-age and survivors
nce............... ....... 7,418 5.182 2,236 54,470 55,155 | -684 39,892 37,006 38,877
disability insurance....... 735 796 -61 6,932 8,266 -1,334 8,158 8,917 6,834
hospital insurance ........ 1.134 1,044 91 10,834 10,177 657 9,761 10,602 10,479
Supplementary medical i
ncee ....................... 159 179 -20 1,771 1,902 -131 1,378 1,345 1,290
employees retirement..... 221 498 -277 2,556 3,749 -1,193 38,759 37,870 37,504
employees life and health
ts ........................ ........ 1 -1 ........ -284 284 2,031 2,321 2,318
Deposit Insurance Corp .... ........ -5 59 ........ -453 453 6,265 6,642 6,713
and airway................ 53 34 19 844 443 401 1,936 2,382 2,400
l Revenue Sharing........... ........ -1- 6,355 6,238 117 ......... ..........
y ......................... 338 205 4,903 5,475 -572 9,536 8,767 8,951
y assistance advances ...... ........ 53 -53 ........ -750 750 ......... .......... ..............
d retirement .............. 203 287 -84 1,380 2,773 -1,393 4,259 2,916 2,801
oyment ................... 2,940 805 2,135 7,799 8,783 -984 7,183 3,119 5,838
s life insurance ........... 8 -8 ........ -3 3 8,062 8,083 8,080
r trust ................... ......2 108 -106 43 82 -39 59 94 95

funds receipts and outlays


on the basis of Table III and
investments held from
Table IV-D....................
Interfund receipts offset against
trust fund outlays................

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

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

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

Net budget receipts and outlays......
See footnotes on page 3.


13,409 ,


9,274


1,050 1,050 .


4,135 97,888 101,553 -3,665


. ..-... -4


14,459 i 10,324 4,135
1 -


9.270
12


19,136

12


9,282 19,148


-9,866



-9,866


-1,062 -1,062 .......
22,679 28,410 -5,731


19,877 19,877

117,765 121,430


170,867
176

171,043


239,855
176

240,031


-26,418 -26,418


262 300 335 043


-3,665


-68,988



-68,988


-I--....-


-72.653


137,279


128,064


262 3 335 043 -7 653


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 $6, 355
million in federal funds transferred to trust funds for general revenue sharing, and $10 million in federal funds transferred to the Harry S.
Truman Memorial Scholarship Trust Revolving Fund.


Trust rec
ments he
Federal
insura
Federal
Federal
Federal
insure
Federal
Federal
benefit
Federal
Airport
General
Highwa
Military:
Rallroa
Unempl
Veteran
All other
Trust






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


Total Budget


Source


NET 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.................................................................

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

OUTLAYS
National defense...............................................................
International affairs ....................................................... ..
General science, space, and technology.........................................
Natural resources, environment, and energy ....................................
Agriculture ...................................................................
Commerce and transportation..................................................
Community and regional development ...........................................
Education, training, employment and social services.............................
Health ........................................................................
Incom e security ...............................................................
Veterans benefits and services................ ..................................
Law enforcement and justice.............. .... ...................................
General government ............................................................
Revenue sharing and general purpose fiscal assistance............................
Interest.......................................................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts ................................................
Total.................................................................... .


This Month


$6,156,669
1,015,776

9,491,219
2,940,282
379,735
1,328,915
489,260
348,905
528,298


Fiscal Year Comparable Period
To Date Prior Fiscal Year


1115,565,992
31,408,772

73,616,964
7,799,446
4,326,497
15,473,725
4,773,860
3,653,056
5,771,514


S109,262,873
31,043,629

69,277,942
6,678,583
4,053,351
15,086,790
4,199,359
3,374,138
6,037,243


22,679,059 262,389,826 249,013,908


7,136,474
291,929
347,906
923,723
269,715
466,027
448,080
1,257,750
2,246,797
10,981,979
1,555,422
281,145
335,796
95,883
3,220,082
-1,448,648

28,410,060


82,081,725
3,385,095
4,145,510
10,745,049
2,174,906
15,681,119
4,495,126
15,940,196
30,649,255
116,346,159
17,195,971
3,015,844
2,592,985
7,081,999
32,847,882
-13,335,961

335,042,860


_________________________________________________ t ___________ ___________ -


80,303,939
3,646,581
3,663,022
7,790,717
1,461,408
14,399,071
3,790,559
13,030,463
25,168,094
97,342,516
15,168,088
2,680,273
2,636,134
7,052,519
28,503,085
-12,497,348

294,139,120


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