Federal Surplus or Deficit [-]

-2775337 for Sep 2021

Observation dateValue
September 30, 2021-2775337.0
September 30, 2020-3132439.0
September 30, 2019-983592.0
September 30, 2018-779138.0
September 30, 2017-665446.0
September 30, 2016-584650.0
September 30, 2015-441960.0
September 30, 2014-484793.0
September 30, 2013-679775.0
September 30, 2012-1076573.0
September 30, 2011-1299599
September 30, 2010-1294373
September 30, 2009-1412688
September 30, 2008-458553
September 30, 2007-160701
September 30, 2006-248181
September 30, 2005-318346
September 30, 2004-412727
September 30, 2003-377585
September 30, 2002-157758
September 30, 2001128236
September 30, 2000236241
September 30, 1999125610
September 30, 199869270
September 30, 1997-21884
September 30, 1996-107431
September 30, 1995-163952
September 30, 1994-203186
September 30, 1993-255051
September 30, 1992-290321
September 30, 1991-269238
September 30, 1990-221036
September 30, 1989-152639
September 30, 1988-155178
September 30, 1987-149730
September 30, 1986-221227
September 30, 1985-212308
September 30, 1984-185367
September 30, 1983-207802
September 30, 1982-127977
September 30, 1981-78968
September 30, 1980-73830
September 30, 1979-40726
September 30, 1978-59185
September 30, 1977-53659
June 30, 1976-73732
June 30, 1975-53242
June 30, 1974-6135
June 30, 1973-14908
June 30, 1972-23373
June 30, 1971-23033
June 30, 1970-2842
June 30, 19693242
June 30, 1968-25161
June 30, 1967-8643
June 30, 1966-3698
June 30, 1965-1411
June 30, 1964-5915
June 30, 1963-4756
June 30, 1962-7146
June 30, 1961-3335
June 30, 1960301
June 30, 1959-12849
June 30, 1958-2769
June 30, 19573412
June 30, 19563947
June 30, 1955-2993
June 30, 1954-1154
June 30, 1953-6493
June 30, 1952-1519
June 30, 19516102
June 30, 1950-3119
June 30, 1949580
June 30, 194811796
June 30, 19474018
June 30, 1946-15936
June 30, 1945-47553
June 30, 1944-47557
June 30, 1943-54554
June 30, 1942-20503
June 30, 1941-4941
June 30, 1940-2920
June 30, 1939-2846
June 30, 1938-89
June 30, 1937-2193
June 30, 1936-4304
June 30, 1935-2803
June 30, 1934-3586
June 30, 1933-2602
June 30, 1932-2735
June 30, 1931-462
June 30, 1930738
June 30, 1929734
June 30, 1928939
June 30, 19271155
June 30, 1926865
June 30, 1925717
June 30, 1924963
June 30, 1923713
June 30, 1922736
June 30, 1921509
June 30, 1920291
June 30, 1919-13363
June 30, 1918-9032
June 30, 1917-853
June 30, 191648
June 30, 1915-63
June 30, 19140
June 30, 19130
June 30, 19123
June 30, 191111
June 30, 1910-18
June 30, 1909-89
June 30, 1908-57
June 30, 190787
June 30, 190625
June 30, 1905-23
June 30, 1904-43
June 30, 190345
June 30, 190277
June 30, 190163
Basic info
A surplus occurs when the government collects more money than it spends. A deficit occurs when the government spends more money than it collects.
RegionUnited States
FrequencyAnnual
Last updatedApril 1, 2022
Seasonal adjustmentNot Seasonally Adjusted
UnitMillions of Dollars

Stats
Last Value-2775337
Latest PeriodSep 2021
Last UpdatedApril 1 2022, 10:53
FrequencyAnnual
AdjustmentNot Seasonally Adjusted
UnitMillions of Dollars

Related Indicators
Real gdp19735.895
Real personal consumption exp13911.546
Real private investment3925.271
Real govt expenditure3335.784
Real net exports-1541.745
Real exports2354.529
Real imports3896.274
Federal receipts4047112.0
Federal outlays6822449.0
Federal debt29617215.0
Real private investment nonresidential2970.361
Real private investment residential701.505
Real potential gdp23821.31
Real personal income14388.7
Real personal consumption exp monthly13938.7
Rpce durable goods2173.7
Rpce nondurable goods3362.3
Rpce services8587.7
Personal savings rate6.2

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