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Summary of federal government spending programs and revenue sources in Obama's proposed budget for fiscal 2015. Figures are in billions of dollars.

201320142015
Outlays:
Appropriated "discretionary" programs:
Defense626612623
Non-defense522562563
Total, appropriated programs1,1471,1741,186
Mandatory programs:
Social Security808852896
Medicare492513526
Medicaid265309336
Other mandatory programs521577691
Allowance for immigration reform........8
Total, mandatory programs2,0862,2512,458
Interest on federal debt221223252
Disaster costs....26
Total outlays3,4553,6513,901
Revenues:
Individual income taxes1,3161,3861,534
Corporation income taxes274333449
Social insurance and retirement receipts:
Social Security payroll taxes673732758
Medicare payroll taxes209219232
Unemployment insurance576057
Other retirement899
Excise taxes8494111
Estate and gift taxes191618
Customs duties323537
Deposits of earnings, Federal Reserve System769088
Other miscellaneous receipts272743
Allowance for immigration reform........2
Total revenues2,7753,0023,337
Deficit680649564

Source: Fiscal 2015 Budget of the United States, White House Office of Management and Budget

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