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The General Fund

The General Fund

As “America’s Checkbook,” the General Fund of the Government consists of assets and liabilities used to finance the daily and long-term operations of the U.S. Government as a whole. It also includes accounts used in management of the budget of the U.S. Government.

Parts of the General Fund

The General Fund is broken down into the following areas:

Authority

Borrowings

Cash

Debt

Other Assets & Liabilities

Trading Partner/General Fund Reporting

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Resources

Key Dates for Data Submission General Fund’s TFM Section Reciprocal Category (RC) Listing Use of the General Fund in Intra-governmental Transactions (IGTs) Summary of General Fund USSGLs Agency Submission Form

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Last modified 03/09/18