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    USGovernmentRevenue.com gives you a penetrating look at government revenues in the United States. Of course, federal revenues are the most important; but you can also look at state and local government revenues.

    You can look at an overview of revenue for the federal government and the states. You can look at our revenue chart gallery, or you can create your own revenue chart.

    You can look at the trends of federal, state and local government revenue over the last century, and you can look at federal revenue going back to 1792.

    You can download revenue data by cutting and pasting tab-delimited data or by downloading a CSV file.

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State FY14 Tax Update

On September 27, 2014 usgovernmentspending.com updated FY2014 state revenue with quarterly tax data from the US Census Bureau.  Local tax data was updated by assuming that local taxes for 2014 changed by the same percent as state taxes of the same type.

The following table shows "guesstimated" US state and local total revenue before and after the change.

Revenue
$ billion
FY 2012 FY 2013 FY 2014 FY 2015
Before2,6682,7162,809-
After2,4152,5892,6752,714

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