Monthly Treasury Statement Continues to Show Deficit Growth

April 12th, 2011
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Econintersect:  The March 2011 Monthly Treasury Statement of Receipts and Outlays of the United States Government (MTS) shows continuing deficit growth and social security fund shortfalls.  This statement is prepared by the Department of Treasury and elements are extracted by Econintersect. 

Follow up:


values in millions Total Revenue Total Expenditure Total Deficit Social Security Revenue Social Security Expenditure
March 2011 $150,894 $339,047 $188,153 $39,329 $49,587
March 2010 $153,358 $218,745 $65,387

F/y 2011 to date $1,019,896 $1,849,306 $829,410 $244,690 $295,326
Compare f/y 2010 $953,892 $1,670,882 $716,990 $263,668 $285,393


Fiscal Years for the USA government being in October and end in September.

source: Treasury



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