First Time Ever: Federal Tax Revenues Top $1 Trillion Thru January; Gov’t Still Runs $194B Deficit

By  MRCTV, Special for USDR.

For the first time ever, real federal tax revenues topped $1 trillion in the first four months of the fiscal year–October through January–according to date released Wednesday by the U.S Treasury.
Federal tax revenues hit a record $1,046,224,000,000 for fiscal year 2015 through January, according to the Monthly Treasury Statement, but the federal government still ran a $194,209,000,000 deficit during that time.

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