May 24, 2016

Snapshot of Spending, Revenue, and the Deficit

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These two stacked bars represent the projected federal budget. The year's outlays, or total spending, are shown next to the year's revenue. The difference in the bars is the deficit. Mouse over the layers to see categories and dollar amounts.

Congressional Budget Office, March 2016

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  • The federal budget is an expression of our country's values. Where we choose to spend and at what levels, how and who we tax, and the borrowing we...

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