The Federal Government collected a little over 3 trillion dollars in taxes and earned over $14 trillion on their stock market investments. In fiscal year 2015, the federal budget was $3.8 trillion.
With over 17 trillion dollars in revenue, only 3.8 trillion was allocated to the budget and the remaining balance of over 13 trillion dollars is unaccounted for and hidden from public view.As you can see, with that amount of money in investments, the Federal government does not need to tax the people.
In fact the hidden surplus could pay off all existing mortgages and student loans existing in the U.S. today.All corporations and government agencies have budgets that indicate how much of our tax money they plan to spend. The budgets do not reveal how much money they have. These agencies have trillions of dollars which is hidden in secret bank accounts.
All public and private corporations have what is known as the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR), which reveals all of their assets and liabilities.When government agencies spend more money than they have budgeted, all they need to do to balance the budget by allocating more money. All they need to do is transfer the amount needed from the trillions dollars that is hidden from public view.
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