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Federal Receipts as Percent of Gross Domestic Product

2014: 17.41682 Percent of GDP  
Annual, Not Seasonally Adjusted, FYFRGDA188S, Updated: 2015-07-30 4:36 PM CDT
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Federal Receipts as Percent of Gross Domestic Product (FYFRGDA188S) was first constructed by the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis in January 2013. It is calculated using Federal Receipts (FYFR) and Gross Domestic Product (GDPA):
FYFRGDA188S = ((FYFR /1000)/GDPA)*100
FYFR /1000 transforms FYFR from millions of dollars to billions of dollars.

Source: Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis

Source: US. Office of Management and Budget

Release: Debt to Gross Domestic Product Ratios

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Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis and US. Office of Management and Budget, Federal Receipts as Percent of Gross Domestic Product [FYFRGDA188S], retrieved from FRED, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis https://research.stlouisfed.org/fred2/series/FYFRGDA188S/, September 1, 2015.





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