U.S. government spending adjusted to include tax credits in 2016

This statistic shows how federal government spending in the United States would have looked in 2016 had individual and corporate tax expenditures been collected in the form of tax and subsequently redistributed for their purpose. Had tax credits been included in government spending in 2016 they would have accounted for 28 percent of the total government spending, more than any other federal outlay.

Tax expenditures as a share of total adjusted government spending in the United States in 2016

Exclusive Premium statistic

You need a Single Account for unlimited access.

  • Full access to 1m statistics

  • Incl. source references

  • Available to download in PNG, PDF, XLS format

Single Account

only $59 / month *
*Duration: 12 months, billed annually, single license

Access to this and all other statistics on 80,000 topics from

$708 / Year

Show detailed source information?
Register for free
Already a member?
Log in
Sources

Release date

April 2017

Region

United States

Survey time period

2016

Statista Accounts: Access All Statistics. Starting from $708 / Year
Basic Account
Get to know the platform

You only have access to basic statistics.
This statistic is not included in your account.

Single Account
Your perfect start with Statista
  • Instant access to 1m statistics
  • Download in XLS, PDF & PNG format
  • Detailed references
$59 / Month *
Corporate Account
Full access

Corporate solution including all features.

* All products require an annual contract; Prices do not include sales tax.

Statistics on "Government spending in the public sector in the UK"

Statista Accounts: Access All Statistics. Starting from $708 / Year
Learn more about how Statista can support your business.