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|US Federal Government Receipts|
Budgeted vs. Actual
|-5yr -1yr Fiscal Year 2013 in $ billion +1yr +5yr|
|Estimates for FY 2013 Federal Receipts in US Budgets|
| FY 2009|
| FY 2010|
| FY 2011|
| FY 2012|
| FY 2013|
| FY 2014|
|[+]||Social Insurance Taxes||1,168.5||1,114.6||1,070.2||1,016.5||959.1||951.1||945.1|
|[+]||Ad valorem Taxes||129.1||233.4||160.8||189.9||155.5||156.4||158.3|
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|Fees and Charges||n/a||n/a||n/a||n/a||n/a||n/a||n/a|
|[+]||Business and Other Revenue||41.7||39.1||95.2||47.4||80.4||82.9||75.8|
|[+]||Total Direct Revenue||3,428.2||3,305.1||3,188.1||3,003.3||2,902.0||2,712.0||2,774.0|
|[+]||Gross Public Debt||12,276.4||17,440.1||16,699.2||17,750.5||17,547.9||17,249.3||16,738.2|
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Starting with the 1986 budget, the Office of Management and Budget provides six years of estimated receipts for each revenue source extending from the fiscal year in which the federal budget is published to five years into the future. For instance, the 1986 budget historical tables included estimates for FY85, FY86, FY87, FY88, FY89, and FY90. Starting with FY90, OMB will have made six estimates of revenue for each year before the actual receipts for a fiscal year are reported.
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Data Sources: Federal revenue from Budget of the United States Government.
For a discussion of the sources of the government revenue data used here read How We Got the Data for usgovernmentspending.com.
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Federal revenue data begins in 1792.
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Guesstimated by projecting the latest change in reported revenue forward to future years
First, Fannie Mae made a onetime payment to the Treasury of around $50 billion resulting from a revaluation of certain tax assets that significantly increased its net worth. Second, because both Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac were profitable in 2013, the companies were required to make quarterly payments to the Treasury in amounts related to the increase in their net worth.