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Z.1 Financial Accounts of the United States

The Financial Accounts (formerly known as the Flow of Funds accounts) are a set of financial accounts used to track the sources and uses of funds by sector. They are a component of a system of macroeconomic accounts including the National Income and Product accounts (NIPA) and balance of payments accounts, all of which serve as a comprehensive set of information on the economy’s performance.(1) Some important inferences that can be drawn from the Financial accounts are the financial strength of a given sector, new economic trends, changes in the composition of wealth, and development of new financial instruments over time.(1) Read More

State and local governments; contributions for government social insurance received, Flow  
Millions of Dollars
 
Federal government; contributions for government social insurance received, Flow  
Millions of Dollars
 
Federal government; net saving including net capital transfers paid, insurance and pension fund reserves adjustment and contributions for government social insurance for U.S. affiliated areas (IMA), Flow  
Millions of Dollars
 
Federal government; net saving less net capital transfers paid and including insurance and pension fund reserves adjustment and contributions for government social insurance for U.S. affiliated areas (IMA), Flow  
Millions of Dollars
 
Households and nonprofit organizations; contributions for government social insurance paid excluding U.S. affiliated areas, Flow  
Millions of Dollars
 


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