WASHINGTON (AP) — Figures on government spending and debt (last six digits are eliminated). The government's fiscal year runs Oct. 1 through Sept. 30.
|Total public debt subject to limit Feb. 25||16,570,904|
|Statutory debt limit||N/A|
|Total public debt outstanding Feb. 25||16,610,558|
|Operating balance Feb. 25||49,265|
|Interest fiscal year 2013 through Jan||83,217|
|Interest same period 2012||82,777|
|Deficit fiscal year 2013 through Jan||290,415|
|Deficit same period 2012||349,142|
|Receipts fiscal year 2013 through Jan||887,778|
|Receipts same period 2012||789,756|
|Outlays fiscal year 2013 through Jan||1,178,193|
|Outlays same period through Jan||1,138,899|
|Gold assets in February||11,041|
Note: The statutory debt limit is temporarily suspended until May 19, 2013.
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