Series analyzer for FL313078000.A

Federal government; total taxes receivable; asset

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Annual third quarter level from US Government Accountability Office, Financial Report of the United States Government, Notes to the Financial Statements. Note 3, Accounts and Taxes Receivables, Gross taxes receivable. Seasonally adjusted and unadjusted transactions are calculated as the sum of the differences between NIPA and MTS reports on income taxes ( FOF series FU313078035), unemployment insurance ( FOF series FU313078015) and excise taxes ( FOF series FU313078025). First, second, and fourth quarter levels are equal to the previous level plus the quarter's unadjusted transactions. The level for the period 2017:Q4 through 2019q2 reflects the capital transfer received by the federal government in 2017:Q4 and payments made by corporations in 2018:Q2 and 2019:Q2 for the one-time repatriation tax incurred by the Tax Cut and Jobs Act of 2017 on businesses' foreign earnings accumulated after 1986 ( FOF series FU315400003). Beginning 2019:Q3, Note 3, Accounts and Taxes Receivables, Gross taxes receivable includes taxes receivable from the 2017 repatriation tax.

Last edited on: 11/24/2021
Shown on: L.106 Line 14, L.228 Line 10, Levels_matrix Line 29:5, S.7.Q Line 121
Derived from:
FOF CodeDescription
+ FL313078000.AFederal government; total taxes receivable; asset
+ FU313078000.AFederal government; total taxes receivable; asset
+ FR313078000.AFederal government; total taxes receivable; asset
+ FV313078000.AFederal government; total taxes receivable; asset

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+ FL314090005.AFederal government; total financial assets
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+ FL313096105.AFederal government; miscellaneous and taxes receivable; asset (Integrated Macroeconomic Accounts)