Last Update: 15-Oct-14 11:21 ET
- The Treasury budget showed a surplus of $105.8 bln in September, up from a surplus of $75.1 bln in September 2013. The Treasury data are not seasonally adjusted, and the September data cannot be compared to the $128.7 bln deficit in August.
- September was the final month of the 2014 fiscal year, and the total deficit for 2014 was $483.4 bln. That was the smallest deficit since 2008 and $196.9 bln less than FY13.
- The reported September surplus was in-line with the CBO's forecast of a $106 bln surplus.
- Total outlays increased to $245.9 bln in September 2014 from $226.4 bln in September 2013, a gain of $19.6 bln.
- Total revenues rose by $50.3 bln to 351.7 bln in September 2014 from $301.5 bln in September.
- Raw data available at http://www.fms.treas.gov/mts/index.html
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