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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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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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6'V Monthly Treasury Statement of


Receipts and Outlays of the United States Government


1.11e "for period from October 1,1977 through December 31,1977

.\\ fer1.-TOTALS OF BUDGET RESULTS AND FINANCING (In millions)

S. Bfadget Receipts and Outlays Means of Financing


yeAAN Budget By By Reduction
Surplus Borrowing oCa y T
Rece4pp Outlays or from the and Monetary Other Budget
Deficit (-) Public Assets Means Financing
S- MTQ ,f P ..b..l ic.,..i n ,. Increa se 1
71 T Q


Current month (Decemb 7) 1
Actual 1978 (two months) .. ra

Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year:
Actual 1977 (two months)............
Actual 1977 full year) ............
Estimated 1978 .....................
Estimated 1979 ....................


0'1 32,794
84,517

76,182
356,861
400,387
439,5881


$37,646 O
113,300

98,963
401,896
462,234
500,174


-41,032 I,
-28,783

-22,781 j
-45,035 !
-61,847 i
-60,58611


V9w,971 1
20,677


6,940


17,430 5,052
53.5 -2.2
66.0 7.1
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1,167


299 '
-6.2
-11.3
-12.4


28. 783
28,783


22,781
45.0
61.8
60.6


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


Individual income taxes...................................... 13,941
Corporation income taxes.................................... 9,212
Social insurance taxes and contributions:
Employment taxes and contributions......................... 6,037
Unemployment insurance................................... 123
Contributions for other insurance and retirement............. 486 ,
Excise taxes ............................................... 1,463
Estate and gilt taxes........................................ 482
Customs ................................................... 501
M miscellaneous .............................................. 549

Total .................................................... 32,794 ,

OUTLAYS

Legislative Branch.......................................... 69
The Judiciary............................................... .29
Executive Office of the President ............................. 4
Funds Appropriated to the President:
International security assistance............................ 182
International development assistance........................ 123
Other.................................................... 49
Department of Agriculture ................................... 3,018
Department of Commerce.................................... 341
Department of Defense Military.............................. 8,206
Department of Defense Civil................................. .226
Department of Energy ....................................... 499
Department of Health, Education, and Welfare ................. 1 13,179
Department of Housing and Urban Development................ 767
Department of the Interior ....................... ........ ..281
Department of Justice ................................... .... 193
Department of Labor .......................... ........... .1,845
Department of State ......................................... .113
Department of Transportation ................................ 1,123
Department of the Treasury:
Interest on the public debt.................................. 6.794
Antirecession financial assistance fund..................... ................
General Revenue Sharing................................... ................
Other................................................... .-450
Environmental Protection Agency............................. 314
General Services Administration ............................. 105
National Aeronautics and Space Administration................. 320
Veterans Administration.................................... 2,604
Other independent agencies ................................. 1,776
Allowances, undistributed.................... ............ .. | ................
Undistributed offsetting receipts: I
Federal employer contributions to retirement funds......... -381
Interest on certain Government accounts.................... -3,584
Rents and royalties on the Outer Continental Shelf lands ...... -98

Total ................................................ _____ 37,646

Surplus (+) or deficit (-) .................................... -4,852


See footnotes on page 3.

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


$40,388
11,578

20,329
1,881
1,390
4,606
1,331
1,366 '
1,648


636,287
9,359

18,910
1,681
1,246
4,438
1,489
1,149
1,623


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58.949

103.986
14,420
5,716
20,150
5,618
5,792
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379
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682
1,374
39,253
2,038
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3,593
13,198
426
1,709
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TABLE IV--MEANS OF FINANCING (In thousands)


Classification


(Assets and Liabilities
Directly Related to the Budget)


Net Transactions Account Balances
(-) denotes net reduction of either Current Fiscal Year
liability or assets accounts


This Month


Fiscal Year to Date


This Year


Beginning of


Prior Year This Year


This Month


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LIABILITY ACCOUNTS

Borruwing 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 to the public......................

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

Miscellaneous liability accounts (Includes cheeks
outstanding etc.).......................................
Total liability accounts.......................


ASSET ACCOUNTS (Deduct)

Cash and monetary assets:
U.S. Treasury operating cash .......................... 6.803,343

Special drawing rights:
Total holdings........................................ 80.754
SDR certificates issued to Federal Reserve Banks...... ...........

Balance........................................... 80,754

Gold tranche drawing rights:
U.S. subscription to International Monetary Fund:
Direct quota payments ............................. ...........
Maintenance of value adjustments.................... 209,728
Other demand liabilities issued to IMF................. -114.000 I
Receivable,/Payable (-) for U.S. currency valuation
adjustment ......................................... -98,684

Balance ......................................... -2,956

Loans to International Monetary Fund.................... 18.008
Other cash and monetary assets......................... -1,609.270

Total cash and monetary assets............. 5,289.880

Miscellaneous asset accounts ............................. 2,335,836 '

Total asset accounts ....................... 7,625,716

Excess of liabilities (+) or assets (-)....................... +6,110,235

Transactions not applied to current year's surplus or deficit
(See Schedule A for details).............................. -1.258.484

Total budget financing [Financing of deficit (0) or
disposition of surplus -) ............................... *4.851,751


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1.705,844 1,206,504 4,712,426 4,659,616 6,418,271

117.381 10,861 2,669,132 2,714,705 2,786,513
294.558! 646,191 3,289,835 3,355,306 3,584,393


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22,073,039 23,025,820 570,414,495 578,751,583 592,487,534



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139.258 38,108 2,489,275 2,547,779 2,628,533
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139,258 -361,892 1,289,275 1,347,779 1,428,533


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342.833 32.121 1,095.701 1,228,806 1,438,535
-40,000 470,000 -3,659,852 -3,585,852 -3,699,852

-160,894 -11.376 -4,899 -67,109 -165,793

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29.437 .......... 669,376 680,805 698,813
-420,679 563,629 3,652,393 4,840,984 3,231,715

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-791,314 5.831,328 4,369.338 1,242,187 3,578,024

-7.730,988 779,740 33,215,106 17,858,402 25,484,119

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TABLE IV-SCHEDULE A-ANALYSIS OF CHANGE IN EXCESS OF LIABILITIES (In thousands) 23

Fiscal Year to Date
Classification Month
This Year Prior Year

Excess of liabilities beginning of period:
Based on composition of unified budget in preceding period..... P560,893,180 8537,199.389 M483,917.066
Adjustments during current fiscal year for changes in
composition of unified budget: ..........***** ...... ...........
Excess of liabilities beginning of period (current basis) ......... 560,893,180 537.199,389 483,917,066
Budget surplus (-) or deficit:
Based on composition of unified budget in prior fiscal year..... 4,840,570 28.764,666 22,785,018
Changes in composition of unified budget:
Housing for the elderly or the handicapped reclassified
from off-budget to budgetary accounts' .................... 11,181 18.543 -4,438
Budget surplus (-) or deficit (Table III) ........................ 4,851,751 28.783,209 22,780,580
Transactions not applied to current year's surplus or deficit:
Seigniorage............................................... -32,780 -94,509 -103,483
Increment on gold .........................................702 -702 ...........
Net gain (-)/loss for U. S. currency valuation adjustment ...... -111,044 -181,939 -20,745
Net gain (-)/loss for IMF loan valuation adjustment ........... ........... ........... ...........
Off-budget Federal Agencies:
Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation ..................... 311 1,788 411
Postal Service .......................................... '-85,924 -1,716.662 -3.108,323
Rural electrification and telephone revolving fund ........... 17,501 71,349 81,782
Rural telephone bank .................................... 9,332 17,990 14.833
Federal Financing Bank ................................. 1,461,790 2.923,503 2,601,025
Total--transactions not applied to current year's surplus
or deficit .............................................. 1.258,484 1,020,818 -534.500
Excess of liabilities close of period ........................... 567,003.416 567,003,416 506,163.146

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 Current Fiscal Year
liability accounts

Classification
Fiscal Year to date Beginning of
Close of
This Month ---- This Month
This Year Prior Year This Year This Month

Agency securities, issued under special financing authorities:
Obligations of the United States, Issued by:
Export-Import Bank..................................... -22,692 -820,812 -225,615 32,858,174 E2,840,054 S2.837,362
Obligations guaranteed by the United States, issued by:
Department of Defense:
Family Housing Mortgages .......................... -7,271 -32,351 -23,728 1,013,591 988.511 981,240
Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Federal Housing Administration ...................... -4,164 1,451 -3,015 579,129 584,744 580.580
Department of Transportation:
Coast Guard:
Family Housing Mortgages ........................ ............. -51 -65 1,844 1,793 1,793
Obligations not guaranteed by the United States, Issued by:
Department of Defense:
Homeowners Assistance Mortgages ..................... 57 85 69 2,086 2,114 2.171
Deptment of Housing and Urban Development:
Government National Mortgage Association.............. -25,000 -25,000 -25,000 3,768,000 3,768,000 3.743.000
Independent agencies:
Postal Service .................. .................... ............. ........... ........... 250,000 250,000 250.000
Tennessee Valley Authority............................ ............. ........... -150,000 1,825.000 1,825.000 1.825.000
Total agency securities ........................... -39.070 -76,678 -427,354 10.297,825 I 10.260.216 10.221.147





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

ISSUE OF PUBLIC DEBT SECURITIES (In thousands)


T .. -ti~x.Account Balances
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Classifications
Classifco Fiscal Year to Date Beginning of Close of

ThMonth This Year omparable This Year This Month This Month
ThsYa Prior Year TIs ot


Borrowing from the Treasury:

Agency for International Development...................
Department of Energy................................
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 .............................
General Services Administration:
Pennsylvania Avenue Development Corporation ........
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 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. ......... ..............................

Toral Bormrs ,m from the Treasr.n ........................

Borrowing from the Federal Finanring Bank

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

Total Borrowing from the Federal Firnani ing Bunk ..............

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


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........... .......... -500,000 2,181,000 2,181,000 2,181,000
110,000 310,000 315,000 3,880,000 4,080,000 4,190,000
-90,000 -90,000 439,550 5,923.486 5,923,486 5,833,486

20.000 220.000 314.550 11.984 486 12.184,486 12.204.486


1,984,205


6,000,435


2,173,004


78,337,586


82,353,816


84,338,021


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.





TABLE IV--SCHEDULE D--INVESTMENTS OF GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTS 25
IN FEDERAL SECURITIES (In thousands)

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

Classification Fiscal Year to Date Beginning of
This Month _____C______ __ _________ Close of
This Month
This Year Prior Year This Year This Month


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

Department of Commerce..............................
Department of Energy4................................

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 Transportation..........................
Department of Treasury...............................

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

Independent agencies:
Emergency Loan Guarantee Board....................
Export-Import Bank of the United States...............
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.


$3,330





7,056
-1

-390

-218

...........

-10,395
...........








50,585

13,591


-195,700

24,546

-2,000
6,080


-86,000

12,320
...........



2,944
-4

-1,792

-700

6,044
-623

45,641







-9,400

27,471

13,494

785
-12,600

123,213
-9,139
13,635


-86,000

7,875
47,450



-42,992
-3

-695

-609

4,910
-1,524

45,452







-1,700

80
520,632

13,568

1,285

153,863

-725
13,560


$29,215

138,710





1,742,417
191,020

108,179

35,799

57,578
6,376

1,509,734
86,745

388



88,232

15,355
2,049,565

381,806


31,510
12,600

4,536,160
132,165
89,284
312,515


$23,215

147,700





1,738,305
191,017

106,778

35,317

63,622
5,753

1,565,770
86,745

388



78,832

15,355
2,026,451

381,709


32.295
195,700

4,634,827
132.165
82,145
320,070


-102.907 214,408 763,258 10,965,466 11,282,780
-610 -9,118 -8,832 589,886 581,377

-103,517 205,290 754,426 11,555,351 11,864,158


-20






-697,576
...........
-64,157
309,458
241,821
...........


175


-455


30


-2,993,300
-865,791

205.926
993.485
...........


150

23

-215


1,374


-1,707,370

-700,871
-318,806
...........
603,826
150


599
1,340

41,469

2,375

45

2,593


34.854.827
555,000
4,241,910
10,923,740
50.000
2,232,078
1.186


599
1,515

41,469

1,940

45

2.623


32.559,103
555.000
3,440,276

10,820,208
50,000
2,983,742
1,186


-23,215

151,030





1,745,361
191,016

106,387

35,099

63,622
5,753

1,555,375
86,745

388



78,832

15,355
2,077,036

395,300

32,295

4.659.373
132.165
80.145
326,150
11,179,873
580,767

11,760.641


599
1,515

41,469

1,920

45

2.623


31.861.527
555.000
3.376.119

11.129.666
50.000
3.225.563
1.186












Class


TABLE IV-SCHEDULE D--INVESTMI
IN FEDERAL SECURITIES
.-

Net F

ification

This Month


Trust Funds- -Continued
Department of the Interior...... ... ................. -8.925

Department of Labor:
Unemploym ent trust fund .......................... -771.713
Other... ...................................... ..........

Department of State:
Foreign service retirement and disability fund.......... 4.987
Other ............................................... -130

Department of Transportation:
Airport and airway trust fund ......................... 143.256
Highway trust fun ...... ............................. 344,898
Other.........................................................

Department of the Treasury ............................. -8,450

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

Veterans Administration:
Government life insurance fund ........................ 8.706
National service life insurance fund:
Public debt securities .............................. 213,945
Agency securities.................................. ...........
Veterans special life insurance fund ................... 17.350
General Post Fund National Homes .................... ...........

Independent agencies:
Civil Service Commission:
Civil service retirement and disability fund:
Public debt securities ........................... 1,090,963
Agency securities............................... ...........
Employees health benefits fund ..................... -34,160
Employees life insurance fund ....................... 26.158
Retired employees health benefits fund............... ...........
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation ................. 127,000
Japan-Umted States Friendship Commission............ -75
Harry S. Truman Memorial Scholarship Trust Fund..... -85
Railroad Retirement Board:
Public debt securities.............................. -76.867
Agency securities ................................ ...........

Total public debt securities ......................... 866,384
Total agency securities ...................... ...... ...........

Total trust funds................................. 866,384

Off-budget Federal agencies:
Federal Financing bank ................................. 2,975
Postal Service:
Public debt securities ................................ 195,300
Agency securities ................................... ...........
Rural electrification and telephone revolving fund ......... ...........
Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation................... 1 -445

Total public debt securities....................... 197,830
Total agency securities .......................... ..........

Total Off-budget Federal agencies................ 197,830

Grand Total ............................................ 960,697

MEMORANDUM

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

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


ENTS OF GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTS

S (In thousands)--Continued


purchases or Sales Securites H
Current

Fiscal Year to Date Beginning of
-- --- -- -
This Year Prior Year This Year Thi
-----4 --

"360 -85,685 56.595

-496,974 -173.520 5.987.165
........... -665 4.707


46.489 21.742 267,948
-130 130 480


202,787 253.424 3.245,981
308.587 -66.385 10,078.687 1!
........... .... ... ..... 10


I -23,700

700


1.795

214,826

20,355




371,220

-60,525
115.592
-500
-343,000
-20
670

-323,592
...........


-21.350

75


1.906

206,015

17.300
............



444.581

-20,736
85.460
-600
15,000
-5
19.148

-33,488
............


52,870

3,830


525.872

7,250,289
235,000
528.389
1,475



49,221,368
375,000
424,162
2,529.802
13,229
7,462,458
19,125
31,163

3,182,108
............


eld as Investments
Fiscal Year


as Month


______________________ 4


115.880

6.261,904
4,707

309,450
480

3,305.512
0.042.376
10


37.620

4,530

518,961

7,251,10
235,000
531,394
1,475



48,501.625
375,000
397,797
2,619.236
12,729
6,992,458
19,180
31,918

2,935,383
.............


$6,955

5.490,191
4,707


314.437
350

3,448,768
10,387.274
10

29,170

4,530


527,667

7,465.115
235,000
548.744
1,475



49,592,588
375,000
363.637
2,645,394
12,729
7.119.458
19,105
31,833

2,858,516
................


-2,624,990 -1,379,391 143,139,874 139,648.500 140.514,884
........... ............ 1,215,000 1,215,000 1.215,000

-2,624,990 -1,379,391 144,354,874 140,863,500 141,729,884

16,980 17,975 38,205 52,210 55,185

1,753,900 1,591,857 1,271,200 2,829,800 3,025,100
........... ......... ..... ...... ....... ............. ..
........... -335 4,066 4,066 4,066
-1,655 -100 71.465 70,256 09,810

1,769,225 1.609,398 1,384,936 2,956,331 3,154,161
........... ............ ............ ............. ................

1,769,225 1,609,398 1,384,936 2,956,331 3,154,161

-650,475 964,433 157,295,161 155,683,989 156,644,686


-1- -


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


Close of
This Month


I






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 Conm-
Classification Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. March April May June July Aug. Sept. Year parable

Sp. To P period
Date Prior
F. Y.


W40,388
11,578|


20,3291
1,881|

1.3901
4,6061
1,331
1,366
1.648


RECEIPTS

Individual income taxes.....
Corporation income taxes...
Social insurance taxes and
contributions:
Employment taxes and
contributions..........
Unemployment insurance.
Contributions for other
insurance and retiremer
Excise taxes .............
Estate and gift taxes .......
Customs . .
Miscellaneous.............

Total--receipts thiE
year ...........

rotal-'ecriprs pnor &ear
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:
Foreign assistance, special
export programs and
Commodity Credit
Corporation ............
Other ..................
Department of Commerce...
Department of Defense:
Military:
Department of the Army..
Department of the Navy..
Department of Air Force.
Defense agencies........
Civil defense ...........
Allowances undistributed.

Total Military .....

Civil..................
Department of Energy ...
Department of Health,
Education, and Welfare:
Assistant Secretary for
Human Development
Services.............
Health Care Financing
Administration.........
Assis. Pints. Program
and Supp. Sec. Income.
Federal old age and
survivors insurance tra
fund .................
Federal disability insural
trust fund ..... .
Federal hospital insurance
trust fund............
Federal supplementary
medical insurance trust
fund ................
Other.................

See footnotes on page 3.


... 313,275 1313,171 $13,941
S 1,445 920 9,212


5,542
541

466
1,529
410
406
512


8,750
1.216

438
1,615
439
459
587


6,037
123

486
1,463
482
501
549


836,287
9,359


18,910
1,681

1,246
4,438
1.489
1,149
1.623


24,127 27,596 32,794 84,517 ..........

:l.U" .. i 694 '94Y' ....... "A I-


88 91 69 248 227
1 45 29 75 66

9 4 4 17 16



109 211 182 503 -902

80 175 123 379 501
30 42 49 122 97



994 1,213 1,715 3,922 1.377
779 1,627 1.303 3,708 2.645
277 329 341 _______ ____ _____ __ ______ 946 523


2,120 2,350 2,030 6,500 6.034
2,556 2,745 2,600 7.901 7.318
2,302 2,464 2,311 7.078 6.929
1,016 1,155 1,261 3.433 3.048
-2 6 4 8 18

7,992....... ....... ....... .......__________________ _________23.346
7,992 8,721, 8,206 24.919 23.346


387
908

973


6,386

1,012

1,388


543
1,175


390
1,950

986


6,555

1,045

1,419


544
412


402
2,472

955


6,448

1,049

1.618


682
1.374



1.179
5.331

2.914


19.388

3.107

4.424


1.684
1.227


583
1.033



1.414
4.654

2,756


17.560

2.751

3.611


1 519
1.320





TABLE V--COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS

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


Classificatlun



OUTLAYS- -Continued

Department of Huusing
and Urban Development........
Department of the Interior ......
Department of Justice..........
Department of Labor:
Unemployment trust fund .....
Other.......................
Department of State............
DeparLmeni of Transportation
Highway trust fund...........
O ther.................... ...
Department of The Treasury-
Interest on the public debt ....
Interest on refunds, etc. .....
Antirecession financial
assistance fund.............
General revenue sharing......
Other................... .
Environnimental Protection
Agency ......................
General Services
Administration ...............
National Aeronautics and
Space Administration..........
Veterans Administration:
Compensation and pensions ...
National service life .........
Government service life......
Other.......................
Independent agencies:
Civil Service Commission ....
Postal Service...............
Small Business
Administration .............
Tennessee Valley Authority...
Other mid. agencies..........
Undistributed offsetting
receipts:
Federal employer contribu-
tions to retirement fund .....
Interest credited to certain
accounts...................
Rents and Royalties on Outer
Continental Shell Lands......
Allowances undistributed ....... I

Total outlays--this year ....
T" ral Outla s prior %'t/ .......

Surplus (*) or deficit (-) this
year.........................
SJrph.l I I .,r i flI iIt t pnor I Tr .... .

See footnotes on page 3.


Oct. Nov.


f582
320
205

904
671
152

611
697

3.083
26

424
1.708
143

306

-140

310

752

4
818

880
1,696

55
135
1,217


-350

-111

-63


689
373
208

853
670
46

641
521

3.320
30

2

-294

370

111

339

787
-7
3
814

874

439
140
486


-328
-214

-479


Dec. Jan.


1767
281
193

1.010
835
113

511
612

6.794
31


-481

314

105

320

1.534
15
6
1,049
931

55
115
676


-381

-3,584

-98


March. April


May I June


July Aug.


13.1981
88,
4261
1.709|
-6331
-.3'

989

76

968

3,072
8
13
2.681
2.685
1,06 6
549
390



-1,056

-3,910
-640


om-
rable
eriod
rior
. Y.


$1.095
831
608

3.424
1,704
254

1.m28
1.550

12.356
84

540
1.700
-521

1,039

75

1,072


13
2,391
2,345
1,766
398
286
2.069


-952

-3,807

-544


38,790 36,864 37,646 113,300 .........

3.99Q8 101," 11 ...... 98.963


-14,663 -9,269 -4.852 -28,783 .........

3R.9 n .- .1 .*.418 ...... -2.. '81





TABLE VI--TRUST FUND IMPACT ON BUDGET RESULTS AND INVESTMENT HOLDINGS (In millions) 29


Current Month Fiscal Year to Date Securities Held as Investments
Current Fiscal Year

Classification Excess of Excess of ----------- -
_______________________ _____ oulas receipts receipts Beginnmg of
Receipts Outlays or out- Receipts Outlays or out- BegTnnin of Closeof
lays(-) lays(-) This year This month this month


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

Trust funds receipts and outlays
on the basis of Table IIM 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 III...............
Interfund receipts offset against
Federal fund outlays...............

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

Total interfund receipts and outlays ....

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


23,900
721
1,253

194
292


108

591

163
123
.........


7,350


5,779


$4,875
817
1,079

-292
-815

4
-124
-36

239
-12
264
853
-231
30


-.2975
-96
175

486
1,107

-4
124
145

352
12
-101
-730
231
-25


$14,670
1,960
3,180

589
801


309
6,855
1,789

519
1,881
1......


317.552
2.833
3,853

-230
346

-60
343
108
1,709
1,487
22
892
2,484
-235
105


-.12,882
-873
-673

819
455

60
-343
201
5,146
302
-22
-373
-603
235
-94


35,410
4,242
10,974

2,232
49,864

2,967
7,462
3,246

10,079

3,182
5,987
8,540
170


+ t + 4 +


6,650


5,779


32,564


7,940


31,207

7,940


1,357


13,129 12,429 700 40.504 39.147 1,357


25.444 30,996 -5,552 58,808 88,948 -30,140

12 12 -0- 38 38 -0-

25,456 31,008 -5,552 58.846 88,986 -30,140


-5,791


32.794


-5,791


-0- -14.833


_______ I


37.646


-4,852 84.517


-14.833

113.300


-0-
-28.783


144,355


33,114
3,440
10.870

2,984
49,186

3,030
6,992
3,306
..........
10,042
..........
2,935
6,262
8,537
165


140.863


832,.417
3,376
11,180

3,226
50,282

3,022
7.119
3,449
............. ...
10,387
................
2,859
5,400
8,777
147


141,730


- __________ i _______________


See footnotes on page 3.

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, 855
million in federal funds transferred to trust funds for general revenue sharing.


, ,





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


Total Budget
Source
SFiscal Year Comparable Period
This Month Tu Dale Prior Fiscal Year


NET RECEIPTS


Individual income taxes........................................................
Corpora.il hn ii.)im e taxes.....................................................
Soci J insurance taxes and contributions:
Employmien taxes and contributions ..........................................
Untemployiiment insurance ...................................................
Cuntributiuns for other insurance and retirement...............................
Excise taxes................................................................
Estate and ift taxes ..........................................................
Customs.....................................................................
Miscellaneous................................................................

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

OUTLAYS


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

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


$13.941.194
9.212,069
6.037.338
123.478
485.774
1.462.637
482.071
500.866
548,937

32.794,366


8.416.539
370,654 ,
381.803
1.561.094 I
1.696.660
1.550,797
794.865 ,
1.777.953
3,553,827
12,105.112
2.613,090
293.149
320.485
37.120
6.236.260 I
-4,063,291

37.646.117


-40.387.756 ,36,287.393
11.577.603 9.359,264
20.329.043 18.910.042
1.881.251 1.681.408
1.389.845 1.246.119
4.606.045 4.437,651
1.331,391 1.488.769
1.365.878 1.140.114
1.647.997 1.622.638

84.516.809 76,182.399


25.476.0690
1.067.488
1.149.621
4.342.539
4.353,420
6,918,601
2.480.435
5.373.247
9.521,813
36.216,289
5,770.794
896.614
878.306
2.560.533
11.901.647
-5.608,019

113.300,018


22,584,283
1.324.332
1.248.487
3.502.876
1,562,662
4.947.540
1,519,994
4,399.563
10,336.592
32,613.370
4.560.624
979.375
876.554
2,704,519
11,104,985
-5.302,777

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