According to the Treasury Department, the U.S. government has incurred an $867 billion deficit through
its 10 months of fiscal of 2019, which ended July 31.
During that time period, the government took in $2.86 trillion of receipts, and they spent $3.77 trillion
creating the $867 billion deficit during the last 10 months.
The all-time records for receipts and outlays took place just last year in fiscal 2018 when the total
receipts were 3.33 trillion, and the total outlays were $4.1 trillion.
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