U.S. government: proposed spending in FY 2018-20120, by program

Proposed budget of the U.S. government in FY 2018-2020, by activity and program (in billion U.S. dollars)

U.S. government: proposed spending in FY 2018-20120, by program This graph shows the proposed budget of the U.S. government for discretionary and mandatory programs for fiscal years 2018, 2019 and 2020. In FY 2020, mandatory spending is predicted to sum up to about 2.89 trillion U.S. dollars. It consists primarily of benefit programs such as: social security, Medicare, Medicaid, as well as other* programs. Discretionary spending consists of spending controlled by lawmakers through annual appropriation acts. In FY 2020 it is proposed at 1.34 trillion U.S. dollars, and is divided into defense and nondefense* spending. Spending for net interest is also listed, which consists of the government's interest payments on debt held by the public, offset by interest income the government receives.
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Proposed budget of the U.S. government in FY 2018-2020, by activity and program (in billion U.S. dollars)

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201820192020
Social security (Mandatory)9821,0411,102
Medicare (Mandatory)582645702
Defense (Discretionary)623674671
Nondefense (Discretionary)639685669
Other (Mandatory)523622607
Net interest325394482
Medicaid (Mandatory)389419426
Exchange subsidies (Mandatory)465650
201820192020
Social security (Mandatory)9821,0411,102
Medicare (Mandatory)582645702
Defense (Discretionary)623674671
Nondefense (Discretionary)639685669
Other (Mandatory)523622607
Net interest325394482
Medicaid (Mandatory)389419426
Exchange subsidies (Mandatory)465650
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This graph shows the proposed budget of the U.S. government for discretionary and mandatory programs for fiscal years 2018, 2019 and 2020. In FY 2020, mandatory spending is predicted to sum up to about 2.89 trillion U.S. dollars. It consists primarily of benefit programs such as: social security, Medicare, Medicaid, as well as other* programs. Discretionary spending consists of spending controlled by lawmakers through annual appropriation acts. In FY 2020 it is proposed at 1.34 trillion U.S. dollars, and is divided into defense and nondefense* spending. Spending for net interest is also listed, which consists of the government's interest payments on debt held by the public, offset by interest income the government receives.
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