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Current Government Revenue in the US

Fiscal Year Federal RevenueState RevenueLocal RevenueTotal Revenue
2015$3.25 trillion$1.87 trillion$1.26 trillion$6.38 trillion
2016$3.27 trillion$1.94 trillion$1.32 trillion$6.53 trillion
2017$3.64 trillion$2.00 trillion$1.39 trillion$7.03 trillion
2018$3.90 trillion$2.07 trillion$1.45 trillion$7.41 trillion

Total 1922 Government Revenue

There are three levels of governments in the US: federal, state, and local. The following table shows Total revenue.

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Total 1922 Taxes by Type

Type -yr 1922 +yr  
  Total Direct Revenue$9.3 billion 
  Income Taxes$2.3 billion 
  Social Insurance Taxes$0.1 billion 
  Ad valorem Taxes$6.1 billion 
  Fees and Charges$0.7 billion 
  Business and Other Revenue$0.3 billion 
Revenue: actual

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or click: 1920 1921 1922 1923 1924

Data Sources:
GDP, GO: GDP, GO Sources
Federal: Fed. Budget: Hist. Tables 2.1, 2.4, 2.5, 7.1
State and Local: State and Local Gov. Finances
'Guesstimated' by projecting the latest change in reported revenue forward to future years



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Revenue by Government Level

Government Revenue includes federal, state, and local revenue.

 1921 1922 1923 
 Federal Revenue6.24.34.3 
 State Revenue1.11.21.4 
 Local Revenue3.53.84.2 
 Total Revenue10.89.39.8 
Revenue: interpolated actual

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Revenue Data Sources

Revenue data is from official government sources.

Gross Domestic Product data comes from US Bureau of Economic Analysis and measuringworth.com.

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Federal revenue data begins in 1792.

State and local revenue data begins in 1890.

State and local revenue data for individual states begins in 1957.

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FY18 Budget Blueprint Released

On March 16, 2018 the Trump administration issued a Budget Blueprint outlining proposed changes to "discretionary" spending for Fiscal Year 2018. The following table shows the major changes to Budget Authority in excess of $2 billion per agency.

AgencyFY18 Change
in $ billion
Agriculture-4.7
Defense+52.4
Education-9.2
Health and
Human Services
-12.6
Homeland
Security
+2.8
HUD-6.2
Justice-4.0
Labor-2.5
State and Intl Aid-10.9
Veterans+4.4
EPA-2.6

Because usgovernmentspending spending data is based on Historical Table 3.2, it shows spending by function rather than by agency. Until Table 3.2 is published in the final version of the FY18 budget we cannot exactly predict how the Table 3.2 numbers will change at the subfunction level.

But we have applied the Budget Blueprint budget authority changes into the budgeted FY18 outlays by guessing the application of agency level changes to subfunction changes to give a rough feeling of what the Trump changes look like. You can check out what is going on here or here.

The numbers will change when the final FY18 federal budget numbers come out.

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