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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
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Monthly Treasury statement
Final monthly Treasury statement
Abbreviated Title:
Mon. Treas. statement receipts outlays U.S. gov.
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v. : ; 28 cm.
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English
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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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Preceded by:
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 the fiscal year through MARCH 31, 1984

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


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


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BUDGET RECEIPTS

laniIduatl tnc me taxes .
Co.rp-rai T income taxes.. .
Soc tjj insurance taxes and con ritbutions
E-pl.'rvnnt t.L s Ad corntributions .. ...
ntrr mpl.. nment Insra.... ..nce.
E Xher retiree .. .itnbi ,
Excee taxes 6
Estate and 411 taxes .

M1c an s recepts.. ........

Total. .. OUTLA

ElGFT OUTLAYS


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Funds Appr.Jriaird th Pr de t ..........................
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De-puarrn -nt f D fens Mi!ltarn ...... .. ... ... .. ...
niepartm -n raf Dt fe- i l ..... .... ... .......
LDrpamrrn-i t EducatdOn.. .... ... ...........
Departmi nt f r .1 .. .. .. .. .. ....... .
DopartmIn t o H e*. and Hifunan Services...................
Drpairlrnt-n t Houan; .and Urln Delome ...........
LDepartr -n! atlh-- LaIn ri' r .. ....... .. ...
Depart m n-r f Ju ie ... .... ... ... ... .... ..... .. .......
Departmr.-nl o Labor .. .. ... ... ..
DepuAr- n-i StaZ .. .... ... ........ ..
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interest nM the purn Ii .. ... .... ... .....


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Aitnr 11 ir a cities, issued under special i i,.,. ..
auL.nir:ii .. S.t Schedule B. Fo.r other agency
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Tota federal se unites .................. .......

ID duct
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Total borrowing from the public .. ........

Accrued Intere tl p.i .il'l- t, ie public ......... .........
Allocations of I[ V.iA! Jr. ir.I rights .
Dep si fund .. .. .. .
MiSCL Ilane u- u s, .al.i!, accounts (includes checks 1. .iK .h;1
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Total Iiatilait accounts ........ .........

ASSET ACCOUNTS (Deduct)

Ca ih and monetary assets
U. S. Treasury operating cash
Federal Reserve account .. ..... ... ...........
Tax and loan rote accounts .. .... ..............

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

Sp-ci.l dr.a& ini: rights
T.-il h i .lings .
SDR ) .rtfltLf'.i ** ied to Federal Reserve Banks ......

[ la rlnc t ...... .... ............... ..... .........

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Total cash and monetary asset .

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Total asset accounts .. ..

.xc.ss of liabilities ( ) or assets ... . .

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Fiscal Year to Date
This
Classification Month
This Year Prior Year

Excess of liabilities beginning of period:
Based on composion on of unified budget in preceding period.... 1,205,245 11.116,629 !909,583
Adjustments during current fiscal year for changes in
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Excess of liabilities beginning of period (current basis)......... 1,205,245 1,116.629 909,583
Budget surplus (-) or deficit:
Based on composition of unified budget in prior fiscal year.... 28,555 117,773 129,219
Changes in composition of unified budget .................. .......... .......... .........
Budget surplus (-) or deficit (Table HI)........................ 28,555 1 117,773 129,219
Off-budget surplus (-i or deficit (Table li) .................... 1,727 1,324 2,746
Total budget surplus (-) or deficit (Table [I) ................... 30,282 119,097 131,965
Transactions not applied to current year's surplus or deficit:
Seigniorage ...................................... ....... -62 -260 -207
Increment on gold ........................................ .......... ........ ... ....
Proceeds from currency................................. ......... ...... ..... ......
Profit on sale of gold.............................. ....... ............ .......... .... ... ...
Net gain (-) 'loss for IMF loan valuation adjustment........... ........... .......... ........

Total--Transactions not applied to current year's
surplus or deficit ....................................... .. ... -62 -260 -207
Excess of liabilities close of period ........................... .1,235,466 1,235,466 1,041,342





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Net Transactions B
(-) denotes net reduction of Account Balances
liability accounts Current Fiscal Year
Classification
Fiscal Year to Date Beginning of Close of
This Month This Month
This Year Prior Year This Year This Month This Moth

Agency securities issued under special financing authorities:
Obligations of the United States, issued by:
Export-Import Bank .................................... -$6 -$13 -$16 $64 $57 $51
Obligations guaranteed by the United States, issued by:
Department of Defense:
Family Housing Mortgages ............................ -9 -58 -52 264 215 206
Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Federal Housing Administration........................ -4 -41 -64 206 169 166
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.............. ........... ......... .......... 2,165 2,165 2,165
Independent Agencies:
Postal Service................ ........................ ........... ......... .......... 250 250 250
Tennessee Valley Authority............................ ........... ......... .......... 1,725 1,725 1,725
Total agency securities .............................. -19 -112 -133 4,675 4,582 4,563
See footnotes on page 3.






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

ISSUE OF PUBLIC DEBT SECURITIES (In millions)


I lrl-.l *I


I '. :,t


rr, *...,~


I .n~..I


Borruhilng froni the Tre.Aurs
Cumnmudjit Cre-dll C'.rptiratr.n
Commerce, Fishinr \ rerse1i NUr AA
Expuri-Impurt Bank of United States.............. ..
Federal Emergrncy M|n.iatmn:rint Agtuncv
Natlur.l Insurjance Drt\,ljpnv-nr Fund ... .......
National flood insurjnt' I funa
Federal Financing BLanr .
Federal limising Adninistr.tumi
General insurance ..... ... ..... ...
Special risk insurance .... ... .. ...
General Services Admirustration
PennavlvLuaa Avenue Developnmnt C"rp Government NatiomAi %,,rt'gagr A.% .ci.ti,,n
Emergency home purchase assistance fund ............
Special assistance funcun., .... ...............
Rural Cummunircatun D elopmen Fund ...............
Rural Electrlficatiun Admirustratijn ......
Rural Telephone Bank .
Secretary Uf Agriculture. Farmers Home Adminustration:
Rural housing insurance fund ................ ..
Agricultural credit insurance fund.. ..... ...
Rural development insurance fund ...................
Secretary of Education
Cullegr houu ing loans ...........
Secretary of Energy
Btonneville Puver Administration ......... .......
Secretary of H'.usin. and L'rban Development:
Housing for the Llderl and Handicappe-d .............
Low-Rent Public Housing ...... .. ........
New communities guaranty
Title IVV
Title IV ...........
Urban renewal fund ...... ........................
Secretary of the Interior
Bureau of Mines. hel um fund .......... ........
Railroad Retirement Account .........
Secretary of Transportation:
Aircraft Purchase Loan Guarantee Pr.grrr ...........
Rail Passenger Service Act.... .......................
Railroad Revitalization and Improvement...............
Ra k Service Assistance ............. ...............
Reiounal Rail ReurganizaUon ............ .............
Small Business Adminird.ration. Disaster Loan Fund .....
Smithsoniran Institution
John F. Kennedy Center parking facilities ............
Tennessee Valley Authority ...................
United States Infr rmai.U n Agenry .......... ............
Veterans Administration
Veterans direct loan program .......................

Tout 4grrery Borrowaing from the Tremgry
Fk-wsed thrAmigh aers uf Pub/ Deb Srewttw .. ............

Borrowing from the Federal Financing Bank
Export-Import Bank of the L'nited StatPe ...............
National Credit Union Administration ........ .......
Postal Service .. ........... ..
Tennessee Valley Authority.. ..................... ...
U.S. Railway A so atin .............

Tuhd ft wrow-A fiam the h*FOrs I ineer a BU E k .... ....... ....


31

... ....

1.84 .


-33
-101

-l60


-20


-30


......l


-4 ,33
9
118


3
29


10

1,63 3 3 60


104
450
3

30


.+........ 340

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


30

300
35

-8
-376
**..........


-.0
601
4

31

75
75
55


431
........ ..


517
-50


:21 ,*r



50
50
136.0hZ


2.010
2,04



2>265
8.816
14

721

2.621
2 ,2:,




1,165


C .An*ilI 1 .aEL-**


S,. -. .,1 ) i .. : r.i..


113




I


2 4,<
17
7,924
751



i,275


8
37
...........


.......... .......... 252
1.44 .......... ............


2S2


91
1,120
1
5
285


12
1.120
...........
-1
22
...........


79
............
I
6
263
..........1


1... .. ..


-4
-1
79
-250


285


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


1,730


1 730)


1.730


2.466


V998 a. 0


lu~i~leu


508
4
.......-..
-70
... ...... .


622
-<
.........^.
-35
-14


278
-36

" 390
-99


14 7,
44
1, 1 M
13,115
125

J9.114


442


29, i


Note: Include.c Inly amounts loaned to Federal A'.nri -, i:n li,.u .,f \ Tll.rc( I.bt ItssuaCe and exclude a Fe, e ral F Ir..I., R. l purcha' f lons hi or
guaranteed by Federal AIgerici'-e, The F.-der.al Fin.irn I\r r1i.P .rr..- from Treasury and r A e I I t ,wn *cI'rNtl; a( nd n t!urn ray f Af. :!4 unds
It, Agetncies In lIeu of Agi'-nci@, ti.rr,* ing dlire ,tl Ihr,,uirh I r, J ..r or is 4 n Ueth r owAn *r c% urites






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


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

Classification Fiscal Year to Date Beginning of

This Month Thi____ Close of
i YThis Month
This Year Prior Year This Year This Month


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

Department of Commerce .........................
Department of Energy.................................
Department of Health and Human Services .............
Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Federal Housing Administration:
Federal housing administration fund:
Public debt securities .........................
Agency securities ..............................
Government National Mortgage Association:
Emergency mortgage purchase assistance:
Agency securities ..............................
Special assistance function fund:
Public debt securities..........................
Agency securities ..............................
Management and liquidating functions fund:
Public debt securities...........................
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 ..............................
Department of the Interior ............................
Department of Labor ................................
Department of Transportation.........................
Department of the Treasury ..........................

Veterans Administration:
Veterans reopened insurance fund ....................
Independent Agencies:
Emergency Loan Guarantee Board....................
Export-Import Bank of the United States..............
Federal Emergency Management Agency:
National insurance development fund ..............
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation:
Public debt securities ...........................
Agency securities ................................
National Credit Union Administration .................
Tennessee Valley Authority:
Agency securities ...............................
O their ............................................

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

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

Trust Funds:
Legislative Branch:
United States Tax Court............................
Library of Congress ...............................
The Judiciary:
Judicial Survivors Annuity Fund .....................
Funds Appropriated to the President....................

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

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

Department of Health and Human Services:
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund:
Public debt securities ...........................
Agency securities ................................
Federal disability insurance trust fund................
Federal hospital insurance trust fund:
Public debt securities............................
Agency securities .............................
Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund....
Other..........................................


...........

(**)





-$4
(**)


...........
-2

4
(**)

10
...........

9
...........


...........
42
-8
-11
36


-3


...........

-130
...........
-3

...........
26


..........

$2
2
..........i




130
(<)


-7

76
(**)

89
..........

95
..........


..........
342
-35
-46
1,061


19

..........
-112

..........

424
..........
73


19


..........

$4

(**)



10
-17



-..........
-13
-13

..........
-2

69
1

81

..........


-34
5
-773


18

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

82

208
......... i
55

-80
60


...........

$8
.......... .
2



2,638
144


11

...........
24

..........


532
67

1,343
12


(*)
5,705
285
252
2,514


590

...........
112

...........

5,609
67
293

894...........
894


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

$9
...........
4



2,772
144


11

............
19

72
2

611
67

1,430
12


(**)
6,005
258
217
3,539


611


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

6,163
67
369

887............
887


$9
..............i
4



2,768
144


11

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


76
1

620
67

1,439
12


(**)
6,047
250
206
3,575


609


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

6,033
67
366


-31 2,139 198 20,776 22,946 22,915
-2 -7 -111 327 322 320

-34 2,132 86 21,103 23,268 23,235


-2

(**5
1



155
...........
-209

690
...........
151
(**)


(5)
1

5
1

-27

(**)
17



-5,455

-402

749
..........
608
2


(**)
1

4
-1

15

..........
15



3,682
-455
-3,158

-12,610
455
520
2


1
1

82
...........

108

(**)
95



25,503
...........
5,288

13,059
455
6,958
21


1
2

86
1

82


111



19,893
............
5,096

13,119
455
7,415
22


1
2

86
1

81

(**)
112



20,048
..............
4,887

13,809
455
7,566
22


See footnotes on page 3.





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


i'.l[ .* I -


F *., l .12 1 ii.,a,
Thi1 Month


Ii. Er. r,~.


(~lr1 ce I


Tru-i! fundl--.(' ntinu.d
Dep.rtmen'.rnt .( hr Inlert-n.r

epirtnm.nt at Abor
hI n-ripl-. meni trust fund

Other
Departfnnr uf State
F..rt,1n service retirement and i ..ljliir fund .


Department of Tr.n.p-.rtILii.n
Airport and iirwj. trust fund .
fighi.a truth un .
Othrr ,

Deparltmnin ..I th.- Trr.a-ury .
Enm runmnenLt! Pr'..tectli-'n Agency.......
GrnrrA Services Administrat ion.....................
Office o Personnel Managemeni
Civil ServiceRetirement .znd Dis~biliitv Fund:
PublL Debt Secuntirs ..............................
Agenrc Securities .............. .. ........ .
Ernpl' .v rs Health Benefits Fund ......................
Erplmp (su LLf- Insurance Fund. .....................
Rpelred E:nimp.v(-ts Health Benefits Funds ..............

Veterans Administration
Government life insurance fund
National sereice life insurance fund
Public debt securities ... .. ..
Avgenc' securities ...... ........
Veter.An.s special life insurance fund ...........
General P.r Fund National Homes

Independent Aegencies
Federal rD-p'silt Insurance C,'rp',r-tn ...
H.Lrry S Trun:.An Iemn r].al Sc h,.larihip Trust Fund ....
Japan-.ruted Stai-i Friend-hip C.'n.nn-sii.n ..........
Rajilroad RH.lir.-ment BoI ard ...... .
Other ...........

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

Total trust fund ...........................

Off-budgei Federal entitles
Federal Finanini Bank ........................
Postal ric ...
Rural electrification and telephone revolving fund


-1 :kI


-11
1


112
424


-11




-1,034

29
30
..........


-1,518
8


154
1


564
1.733


-4
46
1


-1,130

383
383


-4 -13


-48

-1
1

-150


-14


161

29
2


796
1
12
1


-1.412 -2.2 ''
.......... ...... ...


-1.412


-2.23'


-3,702
2


128 1,554
-* I 1


722
-587


-3
89
1


-1,355
49
291



-16

160

30
-3


278
1
-1
-918
2

- if.. 3 3


-16. 3Ki


54 I .920 | .. 93.


Total public debt securities

Total Off-rudge- Federal entities ........ ......

Grand Total ....... -

NtA investments are in Public Debt Securities unless otherwise noted.
See f(otnotes on page 3.


44.1



17


* .rf'ir



1,706
2



ll..L!.<


.'24.
I, 790


4,794
'.481


84
577
4


109,361
175
854
5,259
1


323


135
817
3


11.1'-2
42
18
328
1

21(;,lil3
71M


2.230
3


.'.J S..

4JJ I 1I


1I17.20.5
175
827
5,612
1


314


139i
847
4


14,898
43
18
1,454
1




21h.'Y.


108,231
175
855




310

8,790
135
846
6


14,748
43
18
1.440
2


714

2'1 -J9


3.1Ir7
3

4. IIli


" 3,151
3


3. 1'-;


S.1 l 1


,' P "I, I'r r 1... ; i',, ~ 11 1'.i- "M ,U.


13 -1 y, .1






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


Classification


Dec.


Jan.


March


April


-II III T I Il


NET RECEIPTS

Individual income taxes .. .. .. .
Corporation income taxes .......
Social insurance taxes and
contributions
Employment taxes and
contributions ......... ..
Unemployment insurance ......
Other retirement
contributions .... .........
Excise taxes ........... ......
Estate and gift taxes ...........
Customs duties.. .... ......
Miscellaneous receipts....... ..

Total--receipts this year......

Tvial-receipts prnor year .

NET 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. .............. .
O their ....................
Department of Commerce .......
Department of Defense:
Military-
Department of the Army.....
Department of the Navy .....
Department of Air Force ....
Defense agencies ... ......

Total Military ...........

Civil .......................
Department of Education.........
Department of Energy... .....
Department of Health and
Human Services:
Human Development
Services................. ..
Health Care Financing
Administration:
Grants to States for
Medicaid . .
Federal Hospital Ins.
Trust Fund ....... .....
Federal Supp. Med. Ins.
Trust Fund ............. .
Other ............. .....
Social Security Adm. *
Assis. Pmints. Program .....
Federal Old-Age and
Survivors Insurance
Trust Fund .. .
Federal Disability Ins.
Trust Fund ... ..........
O their .. .
Other ... ... ......


!23,227
468


14.266
1.100

339
3.143
488
766
1.359

45,157


-22,700 -25,577 533,881
467 10,922 1,619


14.254
2.166

357
3,261
453
904
1.640

46,202


15,435
289

394
3 014
484
855
1.074


19.924
1,112

425
3 148
488
776
1.165


58,044 62,537


E22.190 ?12.895
9 7.965


17.296i 17,138
2.308 191

369 373
2.693 2.870
570 523
839 974
1.613 1,535

47.886 44,464


June


Aug.


Fiscal
Year
Sept. To
Date




R140,471
21,.449


98,313
7.165

2.255


18.130
3,007
5,114
8,387

304,291


Com-
parable
Period
Prior
F. Y.



8138,583
12,287


87,310
5,157

2,173
16,479
2,947
3,811
8,122


40 5J1 42.00" 54 498 5'7 li0 j.8ID 43..04 ....... 276.869



121 156 188 96 121 124 806 j 687
70 57 62 84 89 63 425 385

5 13 10 11 6 8 53 46


177 346 1.519 191 169: 443 2,845 2,154

544 88 89 118 433' 173 1.445 1,234
7 -144 113 166 -37 -145 -39 -199



1.301 1,012 1,064 1.665 1.035 578 6.656 15,273
3,144 1,742 2,924 2,600 2.526 2.454 15,391 I 14,478
138 179 160 134 159 125 895 I 916


4.161 4,339 4.658 4,507 4.543 4,682 26,890 24,488
5.694 5.365 6,002 5.384 5.803 5.863 34,1121 32,946
4.989 5.847 5.613 5,555 5.493 5.566 33,0631 30,655
2,104 1,894 2,652 2,335 2.100 2.839 _____ 13.925 12,444

16.949 17.445 18,925 17.781 17.939 18,950 1 107.9901 100,534
L- = 8 1 -. 1 -


285
1.285
662


423



1,646

3,987

1.852
1.357

740


12,668

1,534
284
-1.193


288
1.375
711


402



1,578

3,474

1 610
1.284

703


13,083

1.491
1.063
-1.130


297
1.371
1,000



537



1,531

3.298

1.722
1,555

656


13.175

1,455
2,062
-1.544


240
1,495
686


581



1.670

3.371

1,678
1.495

705


13,368

1,554
964
-1,574


208
1,438
697


4831



1,751

3,318,

1.643
1.364

794,


13.244

1,527,
1.6511
-1,633


212
1.266
839



503



1.813

3.904

1,560
2.249

583


13 715

1.612
2,152
-2,455


1.532
8.230
4.594



2,929



9.990

21,351

10,065
9.306

4,182


79.253

9,172
8.175
-9,531


1,461
7,484
4,699


2,578


9,401

19,076

8,855
8,172

3,854


74,988

9.119
7,280
-7,026





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


Cas( ill ca.n


Ut I L.AI .- -t n nu i

DLruartn nt .1 H h 11 [i
and t rt.-in Ik l.,,i.n.. nt
DLkp rtmin rAt .1 thi Inti ri. r
D'pjrtn t'nl I f usJ 1
Drpa.rlri. nnl f.1 I a.
t'r'n.pl,"t ..i nt trust fund ......
Oth'r r
DupArin.ri a State... ...
Irpar nitriil uf 1 rJri. 1ir'..ll..i
Hitgift i tuS (ud .
Other ... .
Department ,( thV Trraj.ur%
Interr-! ..n the p- lt ic I .. .
Gerwral r. rlu-t h. rlrd ......
Other

Agency ......... ..........
General Servce Admnistration ..
National Aeronautlcs and Spac.
Administratiun .. .. ....... ..
Office of Personnel Managmerni.
Small Busirnt.s Adrmlnistrjtin .
Veterans Administration
Compensaruun and penuilns ....
National st rice life ...
Government senice life.......
O the r ............ ...... .
Independent Agencir-,
Postal Sen-ac ...........
Tennessee Valley Authorit) ....
Other Ind ag ncties...........
Undistributed uliettlin receipts:
Federal employer contributions
to retirement fund ..........
Interest credited to certain
accounts....................
Rents and Royalties on Outer
Continental Shelf Lands.....

TotAls-thlis year
Budget uuilay,

Bud rte! surplus I ., .r dt-firilt-

Off-budget surplus I ,.r
deficil I-

T(ot l surplu. t ,r dief, 1it -

ISdr-pnri I ria



Off' budget rirplam a*. deftrt I
.ir f JImawpuri P # rieu I #


* l ",.'';
47
24]

1 493
2
433


2 Ir

10,038



-239

734
I K'-
257

1.146
29
4
757

220
23
1.539


-569

-231

-442


'1 Ile
-0
241


531
170

956
1.135

11,011
6
-352

326
156

632
1.737
43

1,1-146
30
4
6 I


' 44



1.931
384
182

849


I 9yu

-1 552





2 j2h


2,263
41
5
l.2 ir'


136 1
-15 I I '*


-612

-279

-98
i


-71J



-176


TI)0.2' *7. .4!

-2. 0t", -21,5i1


*1 44', -678
E- 1
-2J..23 -22.r70 -l',.'572

f, "rt ,L. If.f. ": 4 (',
-- I
. : I .'i < ) I < '


I 731
41



361
183

643
1 254

in 717
1,031


345
-328

414
1.841l
-100

48
39
4
1,107

220
26
345


-559
-72

-703


1 !,_i
2.7


428


493


11.165

-64<

305
98

631



1.147
44
4
905


3.4

2 t
-331I
152



11. ,210
1
-1 14.

384
250'

522
1,917
-21

2 >24

I n'l


"100 30
59 1.714


74.705 68,052 6b.21;7

61', 6'l1 -5.515 -20 381


-24f -207 -1 727

-5 762 -20 3M -30.2.

e, ." u s ; .' ,.' *' *


I I 1


,
i

.4.


4 4,.v
'.4,

4' .' -
44 i,



* .."r i
,' 1 7


!12


4.



44''
iiI I


-3,7W2


-2 322


4 -


1 *,



I J"*'















-4 I.
*1
















-8,290
-4 I11


.1

* .1


4-L'.iI,r,'

.117.T73


? J.'4

I1. i'*i
I, ,q7


o. .,,
I',..


_I-


Ok t N D c I L I '.. : ,


d.'e, 4r,; .' %4' 1 l IlI, ', II', .'' ,Jr ," ." .





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

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

Classification Beginning of
Receipts Outlays Excess Receipts Outlays Excess Close on
This Month
This Year This Month


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

Trust fund receipts and outlays on
the basis of Table III and invest-
ments 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 .......


$195
36

1,237

365
3,377

12,385


934

140
191
66


$68
34
176
1,470

-59
1,439
2,799

12,777

-347
1
562
-107
466
2,421
59
-7


$127
2
-176
-233

59
-1,073
578

-392

347
-1
372
107
-327
-2,230
-59
72


$1,135
229
8,021

2,260
18,851

69,746

4,567
5,659

1,695
7,165

236


$541
228
-849
8,441

-367
3,283
18,481

76,052

-1,125
2,284
3,982
-128
2,292
8,507
-173
120


$594
1
849
-420

367
-1,023
369

-6,306

1,125
2,282
1,678
128
-596
-1,342
173
116


18,925 21,753 -2,827 119,564 121,569 -2,004

4,270 4.270 ....... 27,122 27,122 .......

23,195 26.0231 -2,827 I 146,686 148,690 -2,004

25,539 51,2671 -25,728 189,294 305,064 -115,770

744 7441 ....... 842 8421 .......
i 1

26,283 52,011; -25,728 190,136 305,906! -115,770
-5,014 -5,014 ....... -32,530 -32,530 .......

44,464 73,020 -28,555 304,291 422,065 -117,773


I1


$4,794
..........
13,952
5,288

6,113
111,171
13,514

25,503

6,958
..........
9,481
328
8,396
9,904
1,376


216,779


$5,245
14,898
5,096
6,439
111,245
13,574

19,893

7,415
10,790
..........
1,454
8,382
10,135
1,385


215,952


35,357
14,748
4,887

6,497
110,201
14,264

20,048

7,566
.............
11,213
1,440
6,878
10,081
1,357


214,539


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





TABLE VII--SUMMARY OF RECEIPTS BY SOURCE AND 31

OUTLAYS BY FUNCTION (In millions)





...i ... ..
S F Ye r I ri r a Y ar
T" I- Date

NET RECEI11PTS

Indiviu.al n Ux.. s... ... ... .... ... ..... .. ........... ..... l l
Curp ir.Lti..n Pn -P. tax S... ... .. .. ... ... .. .......... .........................
St.i.al insur.-Anc. tAXes id contribution:
n4i-. n.ri 1.il 4 S and t butons.... .. .. . ...... ...
L'me-iiplL i .. .. ... .. . .157
Lnrii apes 'r1.- ni Isuranc..........................................................Id' 417*

Es t r an r ift .t ..... ....... ... .. .... ..... .. ........... -..... ........523
ECustm *. .. ... .............................................................. ..94 .11- ,.Ml
EI lS ,I,-anid gri 11"ps............. ................................................................ ..


TMIIal...l-L ..I... ... t ... .................................................... 44.44 .',*
ToKal . . . . 44,*K .P L .4' 4

NET OUTLAYS

NatI-nal defense........... ..................................................... .. .1' 111 .1 -,
Injt r unjJ Inernat i nal affairs.............. ......... .. ... ... .. .. .... 1,10 .; .
Gencr*l a'lence, spe, and technology........................................... 611 3..972 3,817
Enerr ...................................................................... .265 1 ..
EnAt rio, .. .. .. ..... ...... ... . .. . J04,**-
Naturl res cesand environnient................................................ ..# (l 6 6,211
A riculturr ............... .. .. .. .... .. .. ......... ..... 1,315 24 17
Cumrnrerv- and h in credit..................................................... 224 2.410 .
Tranaspinr th-n ................................................................. 1,555 1 2. II. r
Ckrnmurnitv And rt-,ri n.il d.v l' rr I nt ................................... ................. 514 .*.*... *.
Edur.CAlun. rainini mnpl..ir rii .inid social services............................... 2,172 13,537 1. I
Health...... .................................................................. 3,526J
Suc i. AI si -u i v u I d ed c ........................................................ 7 1 1 .11 1.1 .
Incn 'ilL vruri .................... ......... ...9,791 III. 140
VelerAM.. nrt 111 and 0rvIces.... .................................................. 3,293 1j '-2.' 1' .438
AdmirinsTrAi1.n -.. J'.si ....... ....... ........ ..... .. 435 2,713 2 4:?'
Gwn r Al w 'n rrin :int ............ .... ........................................... ............. ..'J' 1,914
Gene-ral pjurpus- fiscal jassiSU KCe .... ....... .. ... ..... ............ C 3,485 3,316
I erest................... .......... ......................................... .J.....9,142 1 .ki .* 718
Lndistritbul d .ldff. tiiriu receipts ... ... .. ........... ...... .......... -1,534 -15,772 -I ..

Tot l ........................................................................ 73,020 4.'.'.'... 4. .14





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