The United States Treasury just released up to date tax revenue collection relating to 2014 fiscal government budget. 2014 government budget ends in September.
CSN News provides a more detailed analysis:
Inflation-adjusted federal tax revenues hit a record $2,469,178,000,000 for the first 10 months of the fiscal year this July, but the federal government still ran a $460,450,000,000 deficit during that time, according to the Monthly Treasury Statement.
After the current fiscal year, the second highest federal tax intake in the first 10 months of a fiscal year occurred in the first 10 months of fiscal 2007, when the government collected $2,432,115,460,000 in 2014 dollars – or $37,062,540,000 less than in the first 10 months of this fiscal year.
The total dollar amount already spent by the government stands at $2,929,628,000,000.
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