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Combined Statement of Receipts, Outlays, and Balances

Starting with Fiscal Year 2001, the Annual Report and Annual Report Appendix have been combined and renamed the Combined Statement of Receipts, Outlays, and Balances of the United States Government (Combined Statement).

The Combined Statement is recognized as the official publication of receipts and outlays. All other federal government reports containing similar data must be in agreement with the Combined Statement.

The report presents budgetary results at the summary and detail level. It's part of a group of three publications that includes: the Monthly Treasury Statement, a report of the government receipts and outlays based on agency reporting, and the Daily Treasury Statement, summarizing data on the cash and debt operations of the Treasury based on reporting of the Treasury account balances of the Federal Reserve banks.

The Combined Statement contains four parts:

  • Part One--Fiscal Year 20XX
  • Part Two--Fiscal Year 20XX
    Details of Receipts
  • Part Three--Fiscal Year 20XX
    Detail of Appropriations, Outlays and Balances
  • Part Four--Fiscal Year 20XX
    Other Information

Current Report: 2017 Report

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