STATE OF NEW YORK

OFFICE OF THE STATE COMPTROLLER
OFFICE OF OPERATIONS
DIVISION OF PAYROLL, ACCOUNTING, AND REVENUE SERVICES
BUREAU OF FINANCIAL REPORTING AND OIL SPILL REMEDIATION

Comptroller’s Monthly Report
On State Funds Cash Basis of Accounting
(Pursuant to Section 8(9-a) of the State Finance Law)

January 2014

THOMAS P. DiNAPOLI
STATE COMPTROLLER

STATE OF NEW YORK
OFFICE OF OPERATIONS
DIVISION OF PAYROLL, ACCOUNTING AND REVENUE SERVICES
BUREAU OF FINANCIAL REPORTING AND OIL SPILL REMEDIATION
COMPTROLLER'S MONTHLY REPORT TO THE LEGISLATURE ON STATE FUNDS - CASH BASIS OF ACCOUNTING
January 31, 2014
TABLE OF CONTENTS

Combined Statements of Cash Receipts, Disbursements and Changes in Fund Balances
Exhibit A
Exhibit A Supplemental
Notes to Financial Statements
Exhibit B
Exhibit C
Exhibit D
Exhibit E
Cash Flow- Governmental
Cash Flow- Tax Receipts

Governmental Funds
Governmental Funds - Classified by State, Federal Support and Capital Spending
Proprietary Funds
Trust Funds
Governmental Funds - Budgetary Basis - Financial Plan and Actual
Comparative Schedule of Tax Receipts
Governmental Funds- Cash Flow
Governmental Funds- Cash Flow Schedule of Tax Receipts

2
3
4
7
8
9
12
13
14

Combining Statements of Cash Receipts, Disbursements and Changes in Fund Balances
Exhibit F
Exhibit F Tax
Exhibit G
Exhibit G State
Exhibit G Federal
Exhibit G Tax
Exhibit H
Exhibit I
Exhibit I State
Exhibit I Federal
Exhibit J
Exhibit K
Exhibit L
Exhibit M

General Fund- Statement of Cash Flow
General Fund- Cash Flow Schedule of Tax Receipts
Special Revenue Funds Combined- Statement of Cash Flow
Special Revenue Funds State - Statement of Receipts and Disbursements
Special Revenue Funds Federal- Statement of Receipts and Disbursements
Special Revenue Funds- Cash Flow Schedule of Tax Receipts
Debt Service Funds Statement of Cash Flow
Capital Projects Funds- Statement of Receipts and Disbursements
Capital Projects Funds State- Statement of Receipts and Disbursements
Capital Projects Funds Federal- Statement of Receipts and Disbursements
Enterprise Funds- Statement of Cash Flow
Internal Service Funds- Statement of Cash Flow
Pension Trust Funds- Statement of Cash Flow
Private Purpose Trust Funds- Statement of Cash Flow

15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28

Governmental Funds- Summary of Cash Receipts, Disbursements and Changes in Fund Balances
Proprietary Funds- Summary of Cash Receipts, Disbursements and Changes in Fund Balances
Fiduciary Funds- Summary of Cash Receipts, Disbursements and Changes in Fund Balances
Sole Custody and Investment Accounts- Statement of Cash Receipts and Disbursements
Debt Service Funds- Statement of Direct State Debt Activity
Debt Service Funds- Financing Agreements
Summary of the Operating Fund Investments
HCRA Resources Fund - Statement of Receipts and Disbursements by Account
HCRA Resources Fund - Statement of Program Disbursements
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009- Schedule of Disbursements of Federal Awards
HCRA Public Goods Pool - Statement of Cash Flow
HCRA Medicaid Disproportionate Share - Statement of Cash Flow
Public Authority Off Budget Spending Report
Schedule of Month-End Temporary Loans Outstanding

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32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
41
43
44
45
46

Supplementary Schedules
Schedule 1
Schedule 2
Schedule 3
Schedule 4
Schedule 5
Schedule 5a
Schedule 6
Appendix A
Appendix B
Appendix C
Appendix D
Appendix E
Appendix F
Appendix G

STATE OF NEW YORK
GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
CASH RECEIPTS, DISBURSEMENTS AND CHANGES IN FUND BALANCES
(amounts in millions)
EXHIBIT A

RECEIPTS:
Personal Income Tax
Consumption/Use Taxes
Business Taxes
Other Taxes
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts
Total Receipts
DISBURSEMENTS:
Local Assistance Grants:
Education
Environment and Recreation
General Government
Public Health:
Medicaid
Other Public Health
Public Safety
Public Welfare
Support and Regulate Business
Transportation
Total Local Assistance Grants
Departmental Operations:
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service
General State Charges
Debt Service, Including Payments on
Financing Agreements
Capital Projects
Total Disbursements

GENERAL
MONTH OF 10 MOS. ENDED
JAN. 2014
JAN. 31, 2014

SPECIAL REVENUE
MONTH OF 10 MOS. ENDED
JAN. 2014
JAN. 31, 2014

DEBT SERVICE
MONTH OF 10 MOS. ENDED
JAN. 2014
JAN. 31, 2014

$

$

$

(6)

3,234.7
536.9
187.2
105.7
31.5
4,096.0

24,802.9
5,526.2
3,884.1
1,092.4
2,347.1
0.1
37,652.8

2,318.9
185.7
63.9
159.3
1,403.2
3,995.8
8,126.8

$

3,128.4
1,813.2
1,049.3
976.0
13,756.6
34,624.2
55,347.7

1,851.2
472.1
80.7
82.7
1.6
2,488.3

$

9,310.4
4,926.4
679.5
547.0
35.9
15,499.2

$

39.6
49.0
11.9
277.1
241.9
619.5

$

491.4
547.2
95.3
3,184.3
2,057.5
6,375.7

MONTH OF
JAN. 2014
$

7,404.8
1,234.3
300.1
357.6
1,794.5
4,239.3
15,330.6

TOTAL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
10 MOS. ENDED
MONTH OF
JAN. 31, 2014
JAN. 2013
$

37,241.7
12,757.2
5,480.6
2,843.2
19,835.0
36,717.7
114,875.4

$

7,568.4
1,231.9
355.5
355.7
1,877.0
3,497.4
14,885.9

10 MOS. ENDED
JAN. 31, 2013
$

35,360.8
12,258.9
5,779.0
2,550.5
18,961.6
34,363.8
109,274.6

YEAR OVER YEAR
$ Increase/
% Increase/
(Decrease)
Decrease
$

1,880.9
498.3
(298.4)
292.7
873.4
2,353.9
5,600.8

5.3%
4.1%
-5.2%
11.5%
4.6%
6.8%
5.1%

(3)(4)(5)

(1)(5)

736.9
3.7

13,286.6
5.0
916.6

2,671.5
2.0
1.6

9,105.6
4.3
285.8

-

-

0.9
181.4
2.4

23.9
401.6
38.1

3,409.3
183.4
7.7

22,416.1
410.9
1,240.5

3,260.9
12.1
25.8

22,095.8
189.0
1,033.0

320.3
221.9
207.5

1.4%
117.4%
20.1%

626.6
61.6
(51.6)
334.3
6.0
1,717.5

10,294.6
592.8
157.3
2,338.2
79.3
86.9
27,757.3

3,141.7
410.1
237.7
413.6
3.8
161.4
7,043.4

24,681.6
3,545.7
1,771.5
4,195.7
247.4
4,144.6
47,982.2

-

-

126.3
7.5
33.8
64.6
416.9

335.1
95.0
318.4
663.4
1,875.5

3,768.3
598.0
186.1
755.4
43.6
226.0
9,177.8

34,976.2
4,473.6
1,928.8
6,628.9
645.1
4,894.9
77,615.0

3,849.1
376.3
201.6
840.6
13.5
320.0
8,899.9

34,002.7
4,351.0
1,287.5
6,427.5
574.4
4,369.2
74,330.1

973.5
122.6
641.3
201.4
70.7
525.7
3,284.9

2.9%
2.8%
49.8%
3.1%
12.3%
12.0%
4.4%

421.2
129.0
492.5

4,788.0
1,320.3
4,161.8

558.0
397.3
265.3

6,218.1
3,892.4
1,948.6

1.2
-

26.6
-

979.2
527.5
757.8

11,006.1
5,239.3
6,110.4

1,300.2
519.1
428.7

11,069.7
4,707.6
4,572.9

(63.6)
531.7
1,537.5

-0.6%
11.3%
33.6%

2,760.2

38,027.4

0.1
8,264.1

1.7
60,043.0

89.3
90.5

3,540.0
3,566.6

316.9
733.8

89.3
317.0
11,848.6

3,540.0
4,570.7
108,081.5

92.9
469.2
11,710.0

3,791.1
4,438.8
102,910.2

(251.1)
131.9
5,171.3

-6.6%
3.0%
5.0%

3,482.0

6,793.9

3,175.9

6,364.4

429.5

6.7%

2,629.1
(2,624.0)
5.1

24,591.0
(24,627.6)
(36.6)

2,473.7
(2,473.8)
(0.1)

22,073.4
(22,130.8)
(57.4)

2,517.6
2,496.8
20.8

0.0%
11.4%
11.3%
36.2%

3,487.1

6,757.3

3,175.8

6,307.0

450.3

7.1%

Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts
over Disbursements

1,335.8

OTHER FINANCING SOURCES (USES):
Bond Proceeds (net)
Transfers from Other Funds
(2)
Transfers to Other Funds
(2)
Total Other Financing Sources (Uses)
Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts
and Other Financing Sources over
Disbursements and Other Financing Uses
Beginning Fund Balances (Deficits)
Ending Fund Balances (Deficits)

$

CAPITAL PROJECTS
MONTH OF 10 MOS. ENDED
JAN. 2014
JAN. 31, 2014

4,569.0
6,444.5

(374.6)

(137.3)

(4,695.3)

2,397.8

11,932.6

(114.3)

(68.8)

1,606.7
(702.0)
904.7

13,436.1
(6,544.3)
6,891.8

232.8
(205.8)
27.0

6,219.5
(2,449.6)
3,769.9

616.8
(1,624.5)
(1,007.7)

4,156.2
(14,578.9)
(10,422.7)

172.8
(91.7)
81.1

779.2
(1,054.8)
(275.6)

2,240.5

6,517.2

(110.3)

(925.4)

1,390.1

1,509.9

(33.2)

(344.4)

5,886.7
$

-

8,127.2

1,610.0
$

8,127.2

1,558.2
$

1,447.9

2,373.3
$

1,447.9

498.9
$

1,889.0

379.1
$

1,889.0

2

(797.2)
$

(830.4)

(486.0)
$

(830.4)

7,146.6
$

10,633.7

3,876.4
$

10,633.7

6,491.5
$

9,667.3

3,360.3
$

9,667.3

$

516.1

15.4%

966.4

10.0%

STATE OF NEW YORK
GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
CASH RECEIPTS, DISBURSEMENTS AND CHANGES IN FUND BALANCES
CLASSIFIED BY STATE, FEDERAL SUPPORT AND CAPITAL SPENDING (*)
(amounts in millions)
EXHIBIT A
SUPPLEMENTAL

GENERAL
MONTH OF
10 MOS. ENDED
JAN. 2014
JAN. 31, 2014
RECEIPTS:
Personal Income Tax
Consumption/Use Taxes
Business Taxes
Other Taxes
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts
Total Receipts
DISBURSEMENTS:
Local Assistance Grants:
Education
Environment and Recreation
General Government
Public Health:
'
Medicaid
Other Public Health
Public Safety
Public Welfare
Support and Regulate Business
Transportation

$

(6)

3,234.7
536.9
187.2
105.7
31.5
4,096.0

$

24,802.9
5,526.2
3,884.1
1,092.4
2,347.1
0.1
37,652.8

STATE OPERATING FUNDS
STATE SPECIAL REVENUE
MONTH OF
10 MOS. ENDED
JAN. 2014
JAN. 31, 2014
$

2,318.9
185.7
63.9
159.3
1,393.7
4,121.5

$

3,128.4
1,813.2
1,049.3
976.0
13,606.6
0.3
20,573.8

TOTAL
STATE OPERATING FUNDS
MONTH OF
10 MOS. ENDED
JAN. 2014
JAN. 31, 2014

DEBT SERVICE
MONTH OF 10 MOS. ENDED
JAN. 2014
JAN. 31, 2014
$

1,851.2
472.1
80.7
82.7
1.6
2,488.3

$

9,310.4
4,926.4
679.5
547.0
35.9
15,499.2

$

7,404.8
1,194.7
251.1
345.7
1,507.9
1.6
10,705.8

$

37,241.7
12,265.8
4,933.4
2,747.9
16,500.7
36.3
73,725.8

FEDERAL
SPECIAL REVENUE
MONTH OF
10 MOS. ENDED
JAN. 2014
JAN. 31, 2014
$

9.5
3,995.8
4,005.3

$

150.0
34,623.9
34,773.9

CAPITAL PROJECTS
MONTH OF
10 MOS. ENDED
JAN. 2014
JAN. 31, 2014
$

39.6
49.0
11.9
277.1
241.9
619.5

$

491.4
547.2
95.3
3,184.3
2,057.5
6,375.7

SPECIAL REVENUE
ELIMINATIONS
MONTH OF 10 MOS. ENDED
JAN. 2014
JAN. 31, 2014
$

-

$

-

TOTAL
GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
MONTH OF 10 MOS. ENDED
JAN. 2014
JAN. 31, 2014
$

7,404.8
1,234.3
300.1
357.6
1,794.5
4,239.3
15,330.6

37,241.7
12,757.2
5,480.6
2,843.2
19,835.0
36,717.7
114,875.4

(3)(4)(5)

Total Local Assistance Grants
Departmental Operations:
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service
General State Charges
Debt Service, Including Payments on
Financing Agreements
Capital Projects
(1)(5)
Total Disbursements

736.9
3.7

13,286.6
5.0
916.6

2,461.4
2.0
1.4

6,018.4
3.4
214.8

-

-

3,198.3
2.0
5.1

19,305.0
8.4
1,131.4

210.1
0.2

3,087.2
0.9
71.0

0.9
181.4
2.4

23.9
401.6
38.1

-

-

3,409.3
183.4
7.7

22,416.1
410.9
1,240.5

626.6
61.6
(51.6)
334.3
6.0
1,717.5

10,294.6
592.8
157.3
2,338.2
79.3
86.9
27,757.3

664.8
288.7
7.7
(0.6)
3.8
159.3
3,588.5

4,142.7
2,187.9
77.3
3.3
241.9
4,103.3
16,993.0

-

-

1,291.4
350.3
(43.9)
333.7
9.8
159.3
5,306.0

14,437.3
2,780.7
234.6
2,341.5
321.2
4,190.2
44,750.3

2,476.9
121.4
230.0
414.2
2.1
3,454.9

20,538.9
1,357.8
1,694.2
4,192.4
5.5
41.3
30,989.2

126.3
7.5
33.8
64.6
416.9

335.1
95.0
318.4
663.4
1,875.5

-

-

3,768.3
598.0
186.1
755.4
43.6
226.0
9,177.8

34,976.2
4,473.6
1,928.8
6,628.9
645.1
4,894.9
77,615.0

421.2
129.0
492.5

4,788.0
1,320.3
4,161.8

509.4
293.4
248.9

5,697.8
3,042.4
1,703.4

1.2
-

26.6
-

930.6
423.6
741.4

10,485.8
4,389.3
5,865.2

48.6
103.9
16.4

520.3
850.0
245.2

-

-

979.2
527.5
757.8

11,006.1
5,239.3
6,110.4

2,760.2

38,027.4

0.1
4,640.3

1.7
27,438.3

89.3
90.5

3,540.0
3,566.6

89.3
0.1
7,491.0

3,540.0
1.7
69,032.3

3,623.8

32,604.7

316.9
733.8

-

-

89.3
317.0
11,848.6

3,540.0
4,570.7
108,081.5

-

-

3,482.0

6,793.9

2,629.1
(2,624.0)
5.1

24,591.0
(24,627.6)
(36.6)

6,757.3

Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts
over Disbursements

1,335.8

OTHER FINANCING SOURCES (USES):
Bond Proceeds (net)
Transfers from Other Funds
(2)
Transfers to Other Funds
(2)
Total Other Financing Sources (Uses)

-

4,569.0
6,444.5

(374.6)

(518.8)

(6,864.5)

2,397.8

11,932.6

3,214.8

4,693.5

381.5

2,169.2

(114.3)

(68.8)

1,606.7
(702.0)
904.7

13,436.1
(6,544.3)
6,891.8

311.8
(74.5)
237.3

6,679.5
(716.1)
5,963.4

616.8
(1,624.5)
(1,007.7)

4,156.2
(14,578.9)
(10,422.7)

2,535.3
(2,401.0)
134.3

24,271.8
(21,839.3)
2,432.5

(210.3)
(210.3)

(2,193.5)
(2,193.5)

172.8
(91.7)
81.1

779.2
(1,054.8)
(275.6)

Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts
and Other Financing Sources over
Disbursements and Other Financing Uses

2,240.5

6,517.2

(901.1)

1,390.1

1,509.9

3,349.1

7,126.0

171.2

(24.3)

(33.2)

(344.4)

-

-

3,487.1

Beginning Fund Balances (Deficits)

5,886.7

1,610.0

498.9

379.1

8,136.4

4,359.5

(192.6)

2.9

(797.2)

(486.0)

-

-

7,146.6

Ending Fund Balances (Deficits)

$

$

8,127.2

$

8,127.2

(281.5)
1,750.8
$

1,469.3

2,370.4
$

1,469.3

$

1,889.0

$

1,889.0

$

11,485.5

$

11,485.5

$

(21.4)

$

(21.4)

$

(830.4)

(*) State Operating Funds are comprised of the General Fund, State Special Revenue Funds supported by activities from dedicated revenue sources (including operating transfers from Federal funds) and Debt Service Funds.
Federal Special Revenue Funds account for all non-capital Federal operating grants received by the State.
Capital Projects Funds includes all capital activities regardless of funding source.

3

$

(830.4)

(79.0)
79.0
-

$

-

(460.0)
460.0
-

$

-

$

10,633.7

3,876.4
$

10,633.7

GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS FOOTNOTES

January 2014 - EXHIBIT A Notes

1. Certain disbursements from Capital Projects funds are financed by operating transfers from other
funds, proceeds of State bonds and notes, and reimbursements received from Public Authorities
and the Federal Government. The amounts shown below represent disbursements to be
reimbursed in future months from the sources indicated:
Urban Development Corporation (Correctional Facilities)
Urban Development Corporation (Youth Facilities)
Housing Finance Agency (HFA)
Housing Assistance Fund
Dormitory Authority (Mental Hygiene)
Dormitory Authority and State University Income Fund
Federal Capital Projects
State bond and note proceeds

EPIC Premium Account
Encon Special Revenue Acccount
Federal Department of Healh Services Account
Federal Operating Grants Account
Federal Special Revenue Fund
Fire Prevention & Code Enforcement Account
Indigent Legal Services Fund
Professional Education Services Account
Quality of Care Account
Revenue Arrearage Account
State Police Motor Vehicle Law Account
Statewide Public Safety Communications Account
SUNY Income Fund
Surplus Property Account
Tribal State Compact Revenue
Unemployment Insurance - Interest & Penalty Account
Youth Facilities Per Diem Account
Miscellaneous State Special Revenue Fund

$32.2 million
8.9
109.6
13.2
369.9
60.9
3.8
24.7

2. Operating Transfers constitute legally authorized transfers from a fund receiving revenues to a
fund through which disbursements will ultimately be made. The more significant transfers include:

51.8
2.7
114.5
10.0
7.8
6.0
5.5
2.8
7.4
21.6
70.0
10.0
46.5
3.0
230.0
3.2
24.8
8.5

General Fund “Transfers to Other Funds” are as follows:
State Capital Projects Fund
General Debt Service Fund
Alcohol Beverage Control Account
Banking Services Account
Centralized Tech Services Account
Charter School Stimulus
Court Facilities Incentive Aid Fund
Financial Crimes Revenue Account
Financial Management Systems
Housing Debt Fund
Indigent Legal Services
Mental Hygiene Program Account
Mental Hygiene Patient Income Account
MTA Financial Assistance Fund
MTA Operating Assistance Fund
NYC County Courts Operating Fund
Procurement Revenue Account
SUNY - Hospitals IFR Account
SUNY General Revenue Offset Account
Revenue Arrearage Account

Debt Service Funds “Transfers To Other Funds” includes transfers to the General Fund from the
following funds:

$587.9 million
1,454.8
14.2
32.5
30.0
4.9
82.3
16.0
52.6
2.2
28.4
552.8
636.6
326.0
38.0
4.9
3.0
53.6
970.7
3.0

Revenue Bond Tax Fund
Local Government Assistance Tax Fund
Sales Tax Revenue Bond Tax Fund
Clean Water/Clean Air Fund

Also included in Debt Service funds are transfers to Special Revenue funds representing receipts in
excess of lease-purchase obligations that are used to finance a portion of the operating expenses for
Departments of Health ($121.8m), Mental Hygiene ($1,407.0m) and the State University ($260.9m).

Capital Projects Funds “Transfers To Other Funds” includes transfers to the General Fund ($19.8m),
and the General Debt Service Fund ($1,035.0m).

3. The State receives moneys that represent refunds, pharmacy rebates, reimbursements, or disallowances
of medical assistance payments previously made from appropriated State and Federal funds. These
monies are initially credited to an agency escrow account and shortly after receipt are allocated and
refunded to State or Federal fund appropriations from which the medical assistance payments were
originally made.

Also included in the General Fund are transfers representing payments for patients residing in Stateoperated Health, Mental Hygiene and State University facilities to Debt Service funds ($14.9m), the
State University Income Fund ($161.5m), the Mental Hygiene Program Account ($1,473.4m) and
Miscellaneous State Special Revenue Fund ($0.1m).

At month end, the following balances remained in agency escrow accounts. For accounting purposes,
adjustments have been made to reduce medical assistance spending and count these monies as
financial resources of the General Fund and the Special Revenue Federal Fund.

§72(4)(b) was added to the State Finance Law in 2010 to permit the State's General Debt Service
Fund to maintain a cash reserve for the payment of debt service, and related expenses, during
the current fiscal quarter. As of January 31, 2014 - pursuant to a certification of the Budget Director the reserve amount is($404.0m), which was funded by a transfer from the General Fund.

Allocation of Month-End Balances
General Fund

Special Revenue Funds “Transfers To Other Funds” includes transfers to Debt Service funds of
($1,600.8m) representing the federal share of Medicaid payments for patients residing in Stateoperated Health and Mental Hygiene facilities and transfers to the Capital Projects funds ($175.9m).

Medicaid Recoveries - Health Facilities
Medicaid Recoveries - Audit
Medicaid Recoveries - Third Parties
Pharmacy Rebates
Medicare Catastrophic Recovery
Medicaid "Windfall" Recovery
Total

Also included in Special Revenue funds are transfers to the General Fund from the following:
DMV Compulsory Account
DOL - Fee & Penalty Account

$7,333.8 million
2,396.9
2,448.6
594.6

$3.0 million
9.4

4

$

$

5,152,417
27,668,413
3,000,000
7,540,884
43,361,714

Special Revenue- Federal
$

$

397,165
1,319,010
652,141
327,040
2,695,355

GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS FOOTNOTES (continued)

January 2014 - EXHIBIT A Notes
(continued)

4. A portion of Personal Income Tax receipts is transferred to the State Special Revenue School Tax
Relief (STAR) Fund to be used to reimburse school districts for the STAR property tax exemptions
for homeowners and payments to homeowners for the STAR Property Rebate Program. Local
Assistance Education grant payments total ($422.1m) for the month of June, ($188.9m) for the month of
September, ($7.5m) for the month of October, ($32.6m) in November, ($158.4) for the month of
December and ($2,318.9m) in January.

5. In January 2014, there were several Department of Transportation programs identified in the Capital Projects funds
that were incorrectly coded to the wrong account code. As a result of the analysis, Capital
Projects disbursements have been reduced and Local Assistance Grants disbursements have been
increased in the current and prior year as follows (amounts in millions):
2013-14

September

$

January

2012-13

62.5

$

12.7
$

75.2

99.2

$

99.2

5

Exhibit A Notes
January 2014

GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS FOOTNOTES (continued)
6. Miscellaneous receipts in Governmental Funds include:
(amounts in millions)

GENERAL
FUND

Abandoned Property
Abandoned Property
Bottle Bill
Assessments
Business
Medical Care
Public Utilities
Other
Fees, Licenses and Permits
Alcohol Beverage Control Licensing
Business/Professional
Civil
Criminal
Motor Vehicle
Recreational/Consumer
Fines, Penalties and Forfeitures
Gaming
Casino
Lottery
Video Lottery
Interest Earnings
Receipts from Public Authorities
Bond Proceeds
Cost Recovery Assessments
Issuance Fees
Non Bond Related
Receipts from Municipalities
Rentals
Revenues of State Departments
Administrative Recoveries
Commissions
Gifts, Grants and Donations
Indirect Cost Recoveries
Patient/Client Care Reimbursement
Rebates
Restitution and Settlements
Student Loans
All Other
Sales
Tuition
TOTAL

$

$

257.6
73.6

SPECIAL
REVENUE

$

8.7
-

DEBT
SERVICE

$

CAPITAL
PROJECTS

-

$

15.0

10 Months Ended January 31
2014
2013

$

266.3
88.6

$

351.0
91.7

$ Increase/
(Decrease)

$

(84.7)
(3.1)

290.7
72.4
207.1
0.3

668.1
3,988.2
52.5
173.6

-

30.2
-

989.0
4,060.6
259.6
173.9

721.5
4,081.3
295.4
174.8

267.5
(20.7)
(35.8)
(0.9)

54.6
157.2
191.9
0.6
11.9
555.9

924.3
42.3
7.4
410.3
142.1
171.4

-

36.3
568.4
19.3
52.7

54.6
1,117.8
234.2
8.0
978.7
173.3
780.0

49.9
1,073.0
209.0
9.0
1,087.8
133.2
837.9

4.7
44.8
25.2
(1.0)
(109.1)
40.1
(57.9)

0.1

496.1
2,013.5
773.2
22.4

0.2

0.5

496.1
2,013.5
773.2
23.2

1,969.5
728.0
22.2

496.1
44.0
45.2
1.0

13.9
89.5
149.4
0.1
3.4

20.4
7.2
5.1
107.5
7.7

8.4
153.5

2,416.4
8.1
2.5
8.8

2,416.4
34.3
96.7
162.6
118.5
173.4

2,241.9
20.5
103.0
192.9
244.5
318.1

174.5
13.8
(6.3)
(30.3)
(126.0)
(144.7)

68.8
106.4
2.7
0.2
37.0
1.8
2,347.1

79.5
6.1
4.7
1,807.7
113.9
43.9
76.1
46.6
19.5
1,516.6
13,756.6

384.9
547.0

1.5
12.4
11.4
0.8
3,184.3

149.8
6.1
4.7
106.4
2,192.6
113.9
59.0
76.3
95.0
22.1
1,516.6
19,835.0

147.3
2.5
4.6
77.8
1,943.8
107.9
122.1
82.9
70.6
16.3
1,429.7
18,961.6

2.5
3.6
0.1
28.6
248.8
6.0
(63.1)
(6.6)
24.4
5.8
86.9
873.4

$

$

6

$

$

$

$

EXHIBIT B

STATE OF NEW YORK
PROPRIETARY FUNDS
COMBINED STATEMENT OF CASH RECEIPTS, DISBURSEMENTS AND CHANGES IN FUND BALANCES
(amounts in millions)

ENTERPRISE
MONTH OF
JAN. 2014
RECEIPTS:
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts
Unemployment Taxes
Total Receipts

$

DISBURSEMENTS:
Departmental Operations:
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service
General State Charges
Unemployment Benefits
Total Disbursements
Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts
Over Disbursements
OTHER FINANCING SOURCES (USES):
Transfers from Other Funds
Transfers to Other Funds
Total Other Financing Sources (Uses)
Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts
and Other Financing Sources
over Disbursements and Other
Financing Uses
Beginning Fund Balances (Deficits)
Ending Fund Balances (Deficits)

$

4.8
28.0
309.6
342.4

INTERNAL SERVICE

TOTAL PROPRIETARY FUNDS

10 MOS. ENDED
JAN. 31, 2014

MONTH OF
JAN. 2014

10 MOS. ENDED
JAN. 31, 2014

$

$

$

141.4
1,427.1
2,477.4
4,045.9

0.3
3.4
0.1
286.3
290.1

5.7
128.4
1.8
3,902.0
4,037.9

52.3

44.8
44.8

360.1
360.1

MONTH OF
JAN. 2014

$

49.6
28.0
309.6
387.2

10 MOS. ENDED
JAN. 31, 2014

$

501.5
1,427.1
2,477.4
4,406.0

MONTH OF
JAN. 2013

$

$

91.9
408.1
48.0
548.0

8.1
57.7
5.4
286.3
357.5

8.0

(22.6)

(187.9)

29.7

(179.9)

39.5

(158.5)

-

-

2.4
(0.2)
2.2

62.4
(18.3)
44.1

2.4
(0.2)
2.2

62.4
(18.3)
44.1

3.7
3.7

67.0
(5.9)
61.1

52.3

8.0

(20.4)

(143.8)

31.9

(135.8)

43.2

(97.4)

$

83.7
91.7

$

(129.8)
(150.2)

$

7

(6.4)
(150.2)

$

(90.4)
(58.5)

$

77.3
(58.5) $

11.1
51.8
5.8
514.7
583.4

400.8
2,827.4
2,772.9
6,001.1

7.8
54.3
5.3
67.4

39.4
91.7

97.6
536.5
49.8
3,902.0
4,585.9

43.1
212.7
367.1
622.9

10 MOS. ENDED
JAN. 31, 2013

(1.6)
41.6

92.4
438.6
24.7
5,603.9
6,159.6

$

139.0
41.6

STATE OF NEW YORK
TRUST FUNDS
COMBINED STATEMENT OF CASH RECEIPTS, DISBURSEMENTS AND CHANGES IN FUND BALANCES
(amounts in millions)

PENSION
MONTH OF
JAN. 2014
RECEIPTS:
Miscellaneous Receipts
Total Receipts

$

DISBURSEMENTS:
Departmental Operations:
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service
General State Charges
Total Disbursements
Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts
Over Disbursements
OTHER FINANCING SOURCES (USES):
Transfers from Other Funds
Transfers to Other Funds
Total Other Financing Sources (Uses)
Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts
and Other Financing Sources
over Disbursements and Other
Financing Uses
Beginning Fund Balances (Deficits)
Ending Fund Balances (Deficits)

$

6.4
6.4

PRIVATE PURPOSE

10 MOS. ENDED
JAN. 31, 2014

$

EXHIBIT C

89.4
89.4

MONTH OF
JAN. 2014

$

TOTAL TRUST FUNDS

10 MOS. ENDED MONTH OF
JAN. 31, 2014
JAN. 2014

-

$

0.8
0.8

$

6.4
6.4

10 MOS. ENDED MONTH OF
JAN. 31, 2014
JAN. 2013

$

90.2
90.2

$

36.9
36.9

10 MOS. ENDED
JAN. 31, 2013

$

90.1
90.1

4.4
3.7
8.4
16.5

48.0
19.0
31.8
98.8

0.1
0.1

0.2
0.1
0.3

4.5
3.7
8.4
16.6

48.2
19.0
31.9
99.1

6.1
2.8
6.5
15.4

45.7
17.7
26.6
90.0

(10.1)

(9.4)

(0.1)

0.5

(10.2)

(8.9)

21.5

0.1

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

(10.1)

(9.4)

(0.1)

0.5

(10.2)

(8.9)

21.5

0.1

(3.0)
(13.1)

$

(3.7)
(13.1)

10.9
10.8

$

8

$

10.3
10.8

$

7.9
(2.3)

$

6.6
(2.3)

$

(10.3)
11.2

$

11.1
11.2

STATE OF NEW YORK
BUDGETARY BASIS - FINANCIAL PLAN AND ACTUAL
STATE FISCAL YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 2014
FOR TEN MONTHS ENDED JANUARY 31, 2014
(amounts in millions)

EXHIBIT D

ALL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS

Financial Plan (*)
RECEIPTS:
Taxes:
Personal Income
Consumption/Use
Business
Other
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts
Total Receipts

$

DISBURSEMENTS:
Local Assistance Grants
Departmental Operations
General State Charges
Debt Service
Capital Projects
Total Disbursements
Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts
over Disbursements
OTHER FINANCING SOURCES (USES):
Bond and Note Proceeds, net
Transfers from Other Funds
Transfers to Other Funds
Total Other Financing Sources (Uses)
Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts and Other
Financing Sources over Disbursements
and Other Financing Uses
Fund Balances (Deficits) at April 1
Fund Balances (Deficits) at January 31
(*)

Actual

37,728.0
12,786.0
5,390.0
2,832.0
19,987.0
36,376.0
115,099.0

$

37,241.7
12,757.2
5,480.6
2,843.2
19,835.0
36,717.7
114,875.4

$

(486.3)
(28.8)
90.6
11.2
(152.0)
341.7
(223.6)

77,247.0
16,367.0
5,974.0
3,541.0
4,894.0
108,023.0

77,615.0
16,245.4
6,110.4
3,540.0
4,570.7
108,081.5

368.0
(121.6)
136.4
(1.0)
(323.3)
58.5

7,076.0

6,793.9

(282.1)

4.0
24,498.0
(24,546.0)

24,591.0
(24,627.6)

(44.0)

(36.6)

7,032.0

$

Actual
Over
(Under)
Financial Plan

3,877.0
10,909.0

Source: 2014-15 Executive Budget dated January 21, 2014.

9

(4.0)
93.0
81.6
7.4

6,757.3

$

3,876.4
10,633.7

(274.7)

$

(0.6)
(275.3)

STATE OF NEW YORK

EXHIBIT D

BUDGETARY BASIS - FINANCIAL PLAN AND ACTUAL
STATE FISCAL YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 2014
FOR TEN MONTHS ENDED JANUARY 31, 2014
(amounts in millions)

(continued)

GENERAL

Financial Plan (*)
RECEIPTS:
Taxes:
Personal Income
Consumption/Use
Business
Other
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts
Bond and Note Proceeds, net
Transfers From:
PIT in excess of Revenue Bond Debt Service
Sales Tax in excess of LGAC / STRBF Debt Service
Real Estate Taxes in excess of CW/CA Debt Service
All Other
Total Receipts and Other Financing Sources

$

DISBURSEMENTS:
Local Assistance Grants
Departmental Operations
General State Charges
Debt Service
Capital Projects
Transfers To:
Debt Service
Capital Projects
State Share Medicaid
SUNY Operations
Other Purposes
Total Disbursements and Other Financing Uses
Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts and Other
Financing Sources over Disbursements
and Other Financing Uses
Fund Balances (Deficits) at April 1
Fund Balances (Deficits) at January 31
(*)
(**)

25,168.0
5,532.0
3,785.0
1,071.0
2,325.0
-

Actual

$

24,802.9
5,526.2
3,884.1
1,092.4
2,347.1
0.1
-

$

(365.1)
(5.8)
99.1
21.4
22.1
0.1
-

Financial Plan (*)

$

3,128.0
1,819.0
1,049.0
986.0
13,840.0
34,416.0
-

Actual

$

3,128.4
1,813.2
1,049.3
976.0
13,756.6
34,624.2
-

Actual
Over
(Under)
Financial Plan

$

0.4
(5.8)
0.3
(10.0)
(83.4)
208.2
-

7,455.0
4,837.0
596.0
656.0
51,425.0

7,333.8
4,845.5
594.6
662.2
51,088.9

(121.2)
8.5
(1.4)
6.2
(336.1)

6,144.0
61,382.0

6,219.5
61,567.2

75.5
185.2

27,871.0
6,192.0
4,191.0
-

27,757.3
6,108.3
4,161.8
-

(113.7)
(83.7)
(29.2)
-

47,820.0
10,150.0
1,783.0
3.0

47,982.2
10,110.5
1,948.6
1.7

162.2
(39.5)
165.6
(1.3)

1,453.0
517.0
1,470.0
972.0
2,055.0
44,721.0

1,454.8
587.9
1,649.9 (**)
970.7
1,881.0
44,571.7

1.8
70.9
179.9
(1.3)
(174.0)
(149.3)

2,384.0
62,140.0

2,449.6
62,492.6

65.6
352.6

6,704.0

$

SPECIAL REVENUE
Actual
Over
(Under)
Financial Plan

1,610.0
8,314.0

6,517.2

$

(186.8)

1,610.0
8,127.2

$

(186.8)

(758.0)

$

2,371.0
1,613.0

Source: 2014-15 Executive Budget dated January 21, 2014.
Includes transfers to the Department of Health Income Fund, the State University Income Fund and the Mental Hygiene Program Account representing payments
for patients residing in State-Operated Health, Mental Hygiene and State University facilities.

10

(925.4)

$

2,373.3
1,447.9

(167.4)

$

2.3
(165.1)

STATE OF NEW YORK
BUDGETARY BASIS - FINANCIAL PLAN AND ACTUAL
STATE FISCAL YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 2014
FOR TEN MONTHS ENDED JANUARY 31, 2014
(amounts in millions)

EXHIBIT D
(continued)

DEBT SERVICE

Financial Plan (*)
RECEIPTS:
Taxes:
Personal Income
Consumption/Use
Business
Other
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts
Bond and Note Proceeds, net
Transfers from Other Funds
Total Receipts and Other Financing Sources

$

DISBURSEMENTS:
Local Assistance Grants
Departmental Operations
General State Charges
Debt Service
Capital Projects
Transfers to Other Funds
Total Disbursements and Other Financing Uses
Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts and Other
Financing Sources over Disbursements
and Other Financing Uses
Fund Balances (Deficits) at April 1
Fund Balances (Deficits) at January 31
(*)

$

9,432.0
4,935.0
679.0
586.0
35.0
4,094.0
19,761.0

Actual

$

9,310.4
4,926.4
679.5
547.0
35.9
4,156.2
19,655.4

CAPITAL PROJECTS
Actual
Over
(Under)
Financial Plan

$

(121.6)
(8.6)
0.5
(39.0)
0.9
62.2
(105.6)

25.0
3,541.0
14,641.0
18,207.0

26.6
3,540.0
14,578.9
18,145.5

1.6
(1.0)
(62.1)
(61.5)

1,554.0

1,509.9

(44.1)

381.0
1,935.0

$

379.1
1,889.0

(1.9)
(46.0)

$

Source: 2014-15 Executive Budget dated January 21, 2014.

11

Financial Plan (*)

$

500.0
556.0
96.0
3,236.0
1,925.0
4.0
716.0
7,033.0

Actual

$

1,556.0
4,891.0
1,054.0
7,501.0

(485.0)
(953.0)

$

1,875.5
4,569.0
1,054.8
7,499.3

(468.0)

$

491.4
547.2
95.3
3,184.3
2,057.5
779.2
7,154.9

Actual
Over
(Under)
Financial Plan

319.5
(322.0)
0.8
(1.7)

(344.4)

$

(486.0)
(830.4)

(8.6)
(8.8)
(0.7)
(51.7)
132.5
(4.0)
63.2
121.9

123.6

$

(1.0)
122.6

STATE OF NEW YORK
GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
COMPARATIVE SCHEDULE OF TAX RECEIPTS
(amounts in millions)
EXHIBIT E

PERSONAL INCOME TAX
Withholding
Estimated payments
Returns
State/City Offsets
Other (Assessments/LLC)
Gross Receipts
Transfers to School Tax Relief Fund
Transfers to Revenue Bond Tax Fund
Less: Refunds Issued
Total

GENERAL
MONTH OF 10 MOS. ENDED
JAN. 2014
JAN. 31, 2014

SPECIAL REVENUE
MONTH OF 10 MOS. ENDED
JAN. 2014
JAN. 31, 2014

DEBT SERVICE
MONTH OF 10 MOS. ENDED
JAN. 2014
JAN. 31, 2014

CAPITAL PROJECTS
MONTH OF 10 MOS. ENDED
JAN. 2014
JAN. 31, 2014

MONTH OF
JAN. 2014

$

$

$

$

$

3,855.8
3,471.2
29.1
(6.4)
110.4
7,460.1
(2,318.9)
(1,851.2)
(55.3)
3,234.7

$

25,901.1
14,489.2
2,242.9
(567.5)
892.5
42,958.2
(3,128.4)
(9,310.4)
(5,716.5)
24,802.9

2,318.9
2,318.9

$

3,128.4
3,128.4

CONSUMPTION / USE TAXES
Sales and Use
Auto Rental
Cigarette/Tobacco Products
Motor Fuel
Alcoholic Beverage
Highway Use
Metropolitan Commuter Trans. Taxicab Trip
Total

472.4
34.3
30.2
536.9

4,930.5
376.7
219.0
5,526.2

67.4
(0.5)
90.5
7.0
21.3
185.7

707.8
35.4
902.0
83.2
84.8
1,813.2

BUSINESS TAXES
Corporation Franchise
Corporation and Utilities
Insurance
Bank
Petroleum Business
Total

147.9
0.9
1.5
36.9
187.2

2,087.1
385.2
762.8
649.0
3,884.1

14.2
2.2
(0.1)
8.7
38.9
63.9

309.4
97.6
90.8
117.9
433.6
1,049.3

OTHER TAXES
Real Property Gains
Estate and Gift
Pari-Mutuel
Real Estate Transfer
Racing and Exhibitions
Metropolitan Commuter Trans. Mobility
Total

104.8
0.9
105.7

(0.2)
1,077.4
14.3
0.9
1,092.4

Total Tax Receipts

$

4,064.5

$

35,305.6

159.3
159.3
$

2,727.8

6,966.9

$

472.1
472.1

-

80.7
80.7
$

2,404.0

9,310.4
9,310.4

4,926.4
4,926.4

-

976.0
976.0
$

1,851.2
1,851.2

679.5
679.5
$

14,916.3

12

$

-

$

-

3,855.8
3,471.2
29.1
(6.4)
110.4
7,460.1
(55.3)
7,404.8

TOTAL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
10 MOS. ENDED
MONTH OF 10 MOS. ENDED
JAN. 31, 2014
JAN. 2013
JAN. 31, 2013

$

25,901.1
14,489.2
2,242.9
(567.5)
892.5
42,958.2
(5,716.5)
37,241.7

$

4,290.4
3,293.7
26.1
(1.6)
111.1
7,719.7
(151.3)
7,568.4

$

25,689.6
12,039.8
2,043.9
(251.1)
873.9
40,396.1
(5,035.3)
35,360.8

YEAR OVER YEAR
$ Increase /
% Increase /
(Decrease)
Decrease

$

211.5
2,449.4
199.0
316.4
18.6
2,562.1
681.2
1,880.9

0.8%
20.3%
9.7%
126.0%
2.1%
6.3%
0.0%
0.0%
13.5%
5.3%

(0.8)
29.1
11.3
39.6

58.0
315.4
118.0
491.4

1,011.9
(1.3)
124.8
36.1
30.2
11.3
21.3
1,234.3

10,564.7
93.4
1,278.7
398.6
219.0
118.0
84.8
12,757.2

995.9
(0.1)
134.2
42.1
27.2
13.8
18.8
1,231.9

9,993.0
86.3
1,347.8
412.4
210.4
126.5
82.5
12,258.9

571.7
7.1
(69.1)
(13.8)
8.6
(8.5)
2.3
498.3

5.7%
8.2%
-5.1%
-3.3%
4.1%
-6.7%
2.8%
4.1%

0.2
48.8
49.0

6.3
540.9
547.2

162.1
3.3
1.4
45.6
87.7
300.1

2,396.5
489.1
853.6
766.9
974.5
5,480.6

201.0
3.9
4.0
51.9
94.7
355.5

2,051.6
545.8
883.8
1,340.9
956.9
5,779.0

344.9
(56.7)
(30.2)
(574.0)
17.6
(298.4)

16.8%
-10.4%
-3.4%
-42.8%
1.8%
-5.2%

11.9
11.9

95.3
95.3

104.8
0.9
92.6
159.3
357.6

(0.2)
1,077.4
14.3
774.8
0.9
976.0
2,843.2

92.2
0.9
100.6
0.2
161.8
355.7

890.0
15.1
656.5
0.9
988.0
2,550.5

(0.2)
187.4
(0.8)
118.3
(12.0)
292.7

-100.0%
21.1%
-5.3%
18.0%
0.0%
-1.2%
11.5%

100.5

$

1,133.9

$

9,296.8

$

58,322.7

$

9,511.5

$

55,949.2

$

2,373.5

4.2%

STATE OF NEW YORK
GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS (*)
STATEMENT OF CASH FLOW
FISCAL YEAR 2013-2014
(amounts in millions)

Beginning Fund Balance

2013
APRIL
$ 3,876.4

MAY
$ 9,553.7

JUNE
$ 7,508.6

JULY
$ 7,489.0

AUGUST
$ 7,077.3

RECEIPTS:
Personal Income Tax
Consumption/Use Taxes
Business Taxes
Other Taxes
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts

6,657.2
1,154.5
495.6
270.6
1,620.4
2,493.9

2,386.5
1,124.5
221.9
273.4
1,588.6
4,927.2

3,826.6
1,520.9
1,218.3
199.0
2,124.2
3,286.4

2,416.3
1,219.7
208.0
308.0
1,749.2
3,661.2

2,215.4
1,161.1
179.0
238.3
2,023.3
3,824.3

4,073.4
1,511.1
1,262.7
277.1
2,689.4
3,649.9

2,405.5
1,183.9
210.6
389.9
2,282.0
3,717.4

1,818.8
1,142.5
180.6
269.8
1,714.5
2,976.6

4,037.2
1,504.7
1,203.8
259.5
2,248.9
3,941.5

7,404.8
1,234.3
300.1
357.6
1,794.5
4,239.3

12,692.2

10,522.1

12,175.4

9,562.4

9,641.4

13,463.6

10,189.3

8,102.8

13,195.6

15,330.6

488.7
11.9
16.0

3,596.8
1.4
36.1

3,310.3
12.1
577.4

1,099.9
6.0
38.5

970.5
16.2
130.6

3,873.3
154.0
119.6

1,798.8
10.6
95.6

1,637.1
9.9
6.3

2,231.4
5.4
212.7

2,939.8
197.4
106.7
441.3
22.8
237.1
237 1
4,461.7

4,234.8
296.2
398.7
496.6
24.1
559.7
559 7
9,644.4

3,315.4
576.8
118.9
744.2
68.8
502.3
502 3
9,226.2

3,539.7
411.3
304.0
814.7
301.0
422.7
422 7
6,937.8

3,365.7
625.0
229.8
695.4
37.6
533.4
533 4
6,604.2

3,101.5
424.5
111.8
946.8
43.3
521.4
521 4
9,296.2

3,652.2
370.3
186.4
438.4
31.2
370.4
370 4
6,953.9

3,559.7
381.1
90.7
383.4
39.9
640.8
640 8
6,748.9

1,062.5
407.4
469.8

1,196.8
506.4
647.8

993.3
510.1
526.0

1,312.9
480.2
649.7

991.8
544.0
724.9

989.9
603.3
395.1

1,154.1
561.7
715.9

281.9
328.7

136.9
429.8

409.7
515.9

89.9
500.1

373.4
524.5

794.3
519.1

7,012.0

12,562.1

12,181.2

9,970.6

9,762.8

5,680.2

(2,040.0)

(5.8)

(408.2)

(121.4)

3,311.1
(3,314.0)

1,929.8
(1,934.9)

2,977.5
(2,991.3)

2,054.6
(2,058.1)

1,722.7
(1,724.1)

3,496.9
(3,504.1)

1,975.9
(1,980.4)

1,603.3
(1,605.4)

2,890.1
(2,891.3)

(2.9)

(5.1)

(13.8)

(3.5)

(1.4)

(7.2)

(4.5)

(2.1)

(1.2)

Total Receipts
DISBURSEMENTS:
Local Assistance Grants:
Education
Environment and Recreation
General Government
Public Health:
Medicaid
Other Public Health
Public Safety
Public Welfare
Support and Regulate Business
Transportation
Total Local Assistance Grants
Departmental Operations:
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service
General State Charges
Debt Service, Including Payments on
Financing Agreements
Capital Projects
Total Disbursements
Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts
over Disbursements
OTHER FINANCING SOURCES (USES):
Bond Proceeds (net)
Transfers from Other Funds
Transfers to Other Funds
Total Other Financing Sources (Uses)
Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts
and Other Financing Sources over
Disbursements and Other Financing Uses
Ending Fund Balance

5,677.3
$ 9,553.7

(2,045.1)
$ 7,508.6

(19.6)
$ 7,489.0

(411.7)
$7,077.3

SEPTEMBER
$ 6,954.5

(122.8)
$6,954.5

$

OCTOBER NOVEMBER DECEMBER
$ 7,813.0
$ 7,896.1
$ 6,522.2

2014
JANUARY
$ 7,146.6

FEBRUARY

MARCH

2014
$ 3,876.4

10 Months Ended Jan. 31
$ Increase/
2013
(Decrease)
$ 3,360.3
$
516.1

% Increase/
Decrease
15.4%

37,241.7
12,757.2
5,480.6
2,843.2
19,835.0
36,717.7

35,360.8
12,258.9
5,779.0
2,550.5
18,961.6
34,363.8

1,880.9
498.3
(298.4)
292.7
873.4
2,353.9

5.3%
4.1%
-5.2%
11.5%
4.6%
6.8%

114,875.4

109,274.6

5,600.8

5.1%

3,409.3
183.4
7.7

22,416.1
410.9
1,240.5

22,095.8
189.0
1,033.0

320.3
221.9
207.5

1.4%
117.4%
20.1%

3,499.1
593.0
195.7
912.7
32.8
881.1
881 1
8,563.9

3,768.3
598.0
186.1
755.4
43.6
226.0
226 0
9,177.8

34,976.2
4,473.6
1,928.8
6,628.9
645.1
4,894.9
4 894 9
77,615.0

34,002.7
4,351.0
1,287.5
6,427.5
574.4
4,369.2
4 369 2
74,330.1

973.5
122.6
641.3
201.4
70.7
525.7
525 7
3,284.9

2.9%
2.8%
49.8%
3.1%
12.3%
12.0%
12 0%
4.4%

998.4
536.5
576.9

1,327.2
562.2
646.5

979.2
527.5
757.8

11,006.1
5,239.3
6,110.4

11,069.7
4,707.6
4,572.9

(63.6)
531.7
1,537.5

-0.6%
11.3%
33.6%

219.3
496.8

176.7
437.2

968.6
501.6

89.3
317.0

3,540.0
4,570.7

3,791.1
4,438.8

(251.1)
131.9

-6.6%
3.0%

12,597.9

10,101.7

9,474.6

12,570.0

11,848.6

-

-

108,081.5

102,910.2

5,171.3

5.0%

865.7

87.6

625.6

3,482.0

-

-

6,793.9

6,364.4

429.5

6.7%

24,591.0
(24,627.6)

22,073.4
(22,130.8)

2,517.6
2,496.8

0.0%
11.4%
11.3%

(36.6)

(57.4)

20.8

36.2%

858.5

83.1

7,813.0

$ 7,896.1

(*) Governmental Funds includes General, Special Revenue, Debt Service and Capital Projects Funds combined.

13

(1,371.8)

(1,373.9)
$ 6,522.2

-

-

-

-

2,629.1
(2,624.0)
5.1

624.4

3,487.1

$ 7,146.6

$10,633.7

-

-

6,757.3
$

-

$

-

$ 10,633.7

6,307.0
$

9,667.3

$

450.3

7.1%

966.4

10.0%

STATE OF NEW YORK
GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS (*)
CASH FLOW SCHEDULE OF TAX RECEIPTS
FISCAL YEAR 2013-2014
(amounts in millions)

10 Months Ended Jan. 31
2013
APRIL

MAY

JUNE

JULY

AUGUST

$ 2,502.6
5,828.8
1,474.0
(137.8)
106.7
9,774.3
(3,117.1)
6,657.2

$ 2,475.5
73.4
136.0
(9.1)
91.6
2,767.4
(380.9)
2,386.5

$ 2,225.6
1,798.1
52.7
(9.1)
68.4
4,135.7
(309.1)
3,826.6

$ 2,453.6
103.3
37.4
(10.0)
71.9
2,656.2
(239.9)
2,416.3

$ 2,279.5
66.1
36.5
(14.2)
102.1
2,470.0
(254.6)
2,215.4

SEPTEMBER

OCTOBER

NOVEMBER

$

$

DECEMBER

2014
JANUARY

FEBRUARY

MARCH

2014

2013

$ 25,901.1
14,489.2
2,242.9
(567.5)
892.5
42,958.2
(5,716.5)
37,241.7

$ 25,689.6
12,039.8
2,043.9
(251.1)
873.9
40,396.1
(5,035.3)
35,360.8

$ Increase /
(Decrease)

% Increase /
Decrease

PERSONAL INCOME TAX
Withholdings
Estimated payments
Returns
State/City Offsets
Other (Assessments/LLC)
Gross Receipts
Transfers to School Tax Relief Fund
Transfers to Revenue Bond Tax Fund
Refunds issued
Total Personal Income Tax

$

2,159.0
2,025.3
60.4
(24.5)
72.4
4,292.6
(219.2)
4,073.4

2,413.3
143.1
370.5
(246.2)
86.0
2,766.7
(361.2)
2,405.5

2,310.5
71.4
29.6
(30.6)
71.3
2,452.2
(633.4)
1,818.8

$

3,225.7
908.5
16.7
(79.6)
111.7
4,183.0
(145.8)
4,037.2

$ 3,855.8
3,471.2
29.1
(6.4)
110.4
7,460.1
(55.3)
7,404.8

-

-

-

-

$

211.5
2,449.4
199.0
316.4
18.6
2,562.1
681.2
1,880.9

0.8%
20.3%
9.7%
126.0%
2.1%
6.3%
0.0%
0.0%
13.5%
5.3%

CONSUMPTION/USE TAXES
Sales and Use
Auto Rental
Cigarette/Tobacco Products
Motor Fuel
Alcoholic Beverage
Highway Use
Metropolitan Commuter Trans. Taxicab Trip
Total Consumption/Use Taxes and Fees

944.1
2.2
123.0
34.6
17.8
12.9
19.9
1,154.5

929.8
0.1
123.0
40.2
19.9
10.9
0.6
1,124.5

1,291.1
26.4
125.6
43.5
23.5
10.6
0.2
1,520.9

967.8
149.0
41.7
27.1
13.7
20.4
1,219.7

966.0
121.5
44.6
18.1
10.2
0.7
1,161.1

1,270.1
36.5
129.1
41.9
21.7
11.4
0.4
1,511.1

956.5
(0.1)
133.3
41.7
18.6
14.0
19.9
1,183.9

955.2
0.2
120.0
40.0
16.3
10.1
0.7
1,142.5

374.9
5.1
9.0
16.6
90.0
495.6

117.7
2.8
3.1
1.0
97.3
221.9

471.3
146.5
270.1
223.6
106.8
1,218.3

71.6
1.4
3.6
30.3
101.1
208.0

33.3
1.6
11.5
28.4
104.2
179.0

503.9
166.6
285.2
203.7
103.3
1,262.7

109.4
(32.0)
6.8
33.7
92.7
210.6

79.0
1.9
7.7
(1.8)
93.8
180.6

90.5
0.9
57.6
121.6
270.6

109.2
1.4
64.1
0.2
98.5
273.4

136.3
1.3
73.9
0.1
96.4
308.0

74.0
2.3
80.1
0.1
81.8
238.3

109.8
2.1
91.7
0.2
73.3
277.1

198.1
1.3
90.1
0.2
100.2
389.9

94.7
1.3
90.1
83.7
269.8

$ 8,577.9

$ 4,006.3

$ 4,152.0

$ 3,793.8

1,272.2
29.4
129.4
34.3
25.8
12.9
0.7
1,504.7

1,011.9
(1.3)
124.8
36.1
30.2
11.3
21.3
1,234.3

473.3
191.9
255.2
185.8
97.6
1,203.8

162.1
3.3
1.4
45.6
87.7
300.1

86.3
1.1
81.2
0.1
90.8
259.5

104.8
0.9
92.6
159.3
357.6

7,005.2

$ 9,296.8

-

-

10,564.7
93.4
1,278.7
398.6
219.0
118.0
84.8
12,757.2

9,993.0
86.3
1,347.8
412.4
210.4
126.5
82.5
12,258.9

571.7
7.1
(69.1)
(13.8)
8.6
(8.5)
2.3
498.3

5.7%
8.2%
-5.1%
-3.3%
4.1%
-6.7%
2.8%
4.1%

-

2,396.5
489.1
853.6
766.9
974.5
5,480.6

2,051.6
545.8
883.8
1,340.9
956.9
5,779.0

344.9
(56.7)
(30.2)
(574.0)
17.6
(298.4)

16.8%
-10.4%
-3.4%
-42.8%
1.8%
-5.2%

-

(0.2)
1,077.4
14.3
774.8
0.9
976.0
2,843.2

890.0
15.1
656.5
0.9
988.0
2,550.5

(0.2)
187.4
(0.8)
118.3
(12.0)
292.7

-100.0%
21.1%
-5.3%
18.0%
0.0%
-1.2%
11.5%

BUSINESS TAXES
Corporation Franchise
Corporation and Utilities
Insurance
Bank
Petroleum Business
Total Business Taxes

-

OTHER TAXES
Real Property Gains
Estate and Gift
Pari-Mutuel
Real Estate Transfer
Racing and Exhibitions
Metropolitan Commuter Trans. Mobility
Total Other Taxes
Total Tax Receipts

(0.2)
73.7
1.7
53.4
70.4
199.0
$ 6,764.8

$

7,124.3

$

4,189.9

(*) Governmental Funds includes General, Special Revenue, Debt Service and Capital Projects Funds combined.

14

$

3,411.7

$

$

-

$

-

$ 58,322.7

$ 55,949.2

$

2,373.5

4.2%

STATE OF NEW YORK
GENERAL FUND
STATEMENT OF CASH FLOW
FISCAL YEAR 2013-2014
(amounts in millions)

EXHIBIT F

2013
APRIL

MAY

JUNE

JULY

AUGUST

SEPTEMBER

OCTOBER NOVEMBER

Beginning Fund Balance

$ 1,610.0

$ 6,378.7

$ 3,743.9

$ 4,805.2

$ 4,406.8

$

3,642.0

$ 6,273.5

RECEIPTS:
Personal Income Tax
Consumption/Use Taxes
Business Taxes
Other Taxes
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts

4,992.9
540.1
355.1
91.4
121.8
-

1,789.9
430.6
108.5
110.8
67.5
-

2,447.8
664.3
945.5
75.2
707.2
-

1,812.3
525.2
87.1
137.7
106.1
0.1

1,661.5
505.6
65.2
76.4
76.1
-

2,866.2
657.0
1,007.0
112.1
476.4
-

6,101.3

2,507.3

4,840.0

2,668.5

2,384.8

231.4
0.6
1.9

2,758.9
0.4
11.9

2,272.6
0.7
557.7

773.1
0.4
3.2

967.6
25.0
3.0
216.4
3.9
1,449.8

1,244.6
52.2
12.3
164.4
5.5
22.5
4,272.7

1,027.3
37.1
9.4
335.3
4.8
1.4
4,246.3

446.8
116.0
443.5

525.3
153.6
602.9

Total Disbursements

2,456.1

5,554.5

Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts
over Disbursements

3,645.2

(3,047.2)

(66.7)

(641.6)

2,116.5
(66.1)
(567.5)
(359.4)

854.8
(110.7)
186.7
(518.4)

1,774.5
(94.9)
61.1
(612.7)

1,123.5

412.4

1,128.0

Total Receipts
DISBURSEMENTS:
Local Assistance Grants:
Education
Environment and Recreation
General Government
Public Health:
Medicaid
Other Public Health
Public Safety
Public Welfare
Support and Regulate Business
Transportation
Total Local Assistance Grants
Departmental Operations:
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service
General State Charges

10 Months Ended Jan. 31
$ Increase/
2013
(Decrease)

DECEMBER

2014
JANUARY

$ 5,520.9

$ 4,532.7

$ 5,886.7

$ 1,610.0

$ 1,786.7

1,796.6
505.2
99.0
199.6
149.1
-

1,331.5
504.7
71.1
96.0
278.0
-

2,869.5
656.6
958.4
87.5
333.4
-

3,234.7
536.9
187.2
105.7
31.5
-

24,802.9
5,526.2
3,884.1
1,092.4
2,347.1
0.1

5,118.7

2,749.5

2,281.3

4,905.4

4,096.0

807.2
1.9
1.4

1,480.6
0.8
93.2

1,421.0
0.2
50.6

1,132.4
4.4

1,672.5
188.6

1,006.6
33.3
13.7
135.7
6.5
1,972.5

1,140.6
145.6
30.5
213.6
4.1
24.8
2,369.7

850.8
56.4
17.1
365.3
9.6
0.1
2,873.9

927.7
27.4
22.1
167.7
14.8
2,631.5

1,219.4
69.3
9.9
166.9
14.3
24.4
2,641.0

1,283.4
84.9
90.9
238.6
9.8
13.7
3,582.4

435.1
112.2
113.1

577.6
140.7
619.3

440.3
152.7
383.8

436.9
118.6
235.4

509.0
121.7
617.9

430.2
147.0
357.9

565.6
128.8
295.5

421.2
129.0
492.5

4,906.7

3,310.1

3,346.5

3,664.8

3,880.1

3,576.1

4,572.3

2,760.2

-

-

(961.7)

1,453.9

(1,130.6)

(1,294.8)

333.1

1,335.8

-

-

883.7
17.5
(397.4)
(260.6)

656.8
(125.8)
2.1
(336.2)

2,025.8
(200.4)
252.8
(900.6)

944.0
203.0
(593.8)
(175.2)

745.0
0.6
2.4
(441.4)

1,828.3
(41.2)
3.7
(769.9)

1,606.7
(169.9)
(404.9)
(127.2)

243.2

196.9

1,177.6

378.0

306.6

1,020.9

904.7

1,354.0
$ 5,886.7

2,240.5
$ 8,127.2

FEBRUARY

MARCH

2014

(176.7)

-9.9%

23,260.5
7,599.4
4,108.5
906.0
2,526.6
46.3

1,542.4
(2,073.2)
(224.4)
186.4
(179.5)
(46.2)

6.6%
-27.3%
-5.5%
20.6%
-7.1%
-99.8%

37,652.8

38,447.3

(794.5)

-2.1%

736.9
3.7

13,286.6
5.0
916.6

13,245.9
3.1
857.6

40.7
1.9
59.0

0.3%
61.3%
6.9%

626.6
61.6
(51.6)
334.3
6.0
1,717.5

10,294.6
592.8
157.3
2,338.2
79.3
86.9
27,757.3

10,230.0
555.1
191.9
2,494.8
93.0
87.7
27,759.1

64.6
37.7
(34.6)
(156.6)
(13.7)
(0.8)
(1.8)

0.6%
6.8%
-18.0%
-6.3%
-14.7%
-0.9%
0.0%

4,788.0
1,320.3
4,161.8

5,326.4
1,288.8
3,103.5

(538.4)
31.5
1,058.3

-10.1%
2.4%
34.1%

38,027.4

37,477.8

549.6

-

-

-

-

(374.6)

969.5

$

% Increase/
Decrease

1.5%

(1,344.1)

-138.6%

OTHER FINANCING SOURCES (USES):
Transfers from Other Funds
Transfers to State Capital Projects
Transfers to Federal Capital Projects
Transfers to General Debt Service
Transfers to All Other State Funds
Total Other Financing
Sources (Uses)
Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts and
Other Financing Sources over
Disbursements and Other Financing Uses
Ending Fund Balance

4,768.7
$ 6,378.7

(2,634.8)
$ 3,743.9

1,061.3
$ 4,805.2

(398.4)
$ 4,406.8

(764.8)
$ 3,642.0

$

2,631.5
6,273.5

(752.6)
$ 5,520.9

15

(988.2)
$ 4,532.7

-

$

-

$

13,436.1
(587.9)
(1,454.8)
(4,501.6)

9,917.8
(408.9)
(1,624.8)
(3,561.2)

3,518.3
179.0
(170.0)
940.4

35.5%
43.8%
0.0%
-10.5%
26.4%

-

6,891.8

4,322.9

2,568.9

59.4%

-

6,517.2
$ 8,127.2

5,292.4
$ 7,079.1

1,224.8
$ 1,048.1

23.1%
14.8%

STATE OF NEW YORK
GENERAL FUND
CASH FLOW SCHEDULE OF TAX RECEIPTS
FISCAL YEAR 2013-2014
(amounts in millions)

EXHIBIT F
TAX RECEIPTS

10 Months Ended Jan. 31

2013
APRIL

MAY

JUNE

JULY

AUGUST

$ 2,502.6
5,828.8
1,474.0
(137.8)
106.7
9,774.3
(1,664.3)
(3,117.1)
4,992.9

$ 2,475.5
73.4
136.0
(9.1)
91.6
2,767.4
(596.6)
(380.9)
1,789.9

$ 2,225.6
1,798.1
52.7
(9.1)
68.4
4,135.7
(422.1)
(956.7)
(309.1)
2,447.8

$ 2,453.6
103.3
37.4
(10.0)
71.9
2,656.2
(604.0)
(239.9)
1,812.3

$ 2,279.5
66.1
36.5
(14.2)
102.1
2,470.0
(553.9)
(254.6)
1,661.5

SEPTEMBER

OCTOBER

NOVEMBER

$

$

DECEMBER

2014
JANUARY

FEBRUARY

MARCH

2014

2013

$ 25,901.1
14,489.2
2,242.9
(567.5)
892.5
42,958.2
(3,128.4)
(9,310.4)
(5,716.5)
24,802.9

$ 25,689.6
12,039.8
2,043.9
(251.1)
873.9
40,396.1
(3,260.1)
(8,840.2)
(5,035.3)
23,260.5

PERSONAL INCOME TAX
Withholdings
Estimated payments
Returns
State/City Offsets
Other (Assessments/LLC)
Gross Receipts
Transfers to School Tax Relief Fund
Transfers to Revenue Bond Tax Fund
Refunds issued
Total Personal Income Tax

$

2,159.0
2,025.3
60.4
(24.5)
72.4
4,292.6
(188.9)
(1,018.3)
(219.2)
2,866.2

2,413.3
143.1
370.5
(246.2)
86.0
2,766.7
(7.5)
(601.4)
(361.2)
1,796.6

2,310.5
71.4
29.6
(30.6)
71.3
2,452.2
(32.6)
(454.7)
(633.4)
1,331.5

$

3,225.7
908.5
16.7
(79.6)
111.7
4,183.0
(158.4)
(1,009.3)
(145.8)
2,869.5

$ 3,855.8
3,471.2
29.1
(6.4)
110.4
7,460.1
(2,318.9)
(1,851.2)
(55.3)
3,234.7

-

-

-

-

CONSUMPTION/USE TAXES
Sales and Use
Auto Rental
Cigarette/Tobacco Products
Motor Fuel
Alcoholic Beverage
Highway Use
Metropolitan Commuter Trans. Taxicab Trip
Total Consumption/Use Taxes and Fees

483.0
39.3
17.8
540.1

380.5
30.2
19.9
430.6

604.8
36.0
23.5
664.3

453.4
44.7
27.1
525.2

452.6
34.9
18.1
505.6

595.2
40.1
21.7
657.0

328.9
5.7
8.4
12.1
355.1

103.5
2.7
2.4
(0.1)
108.5

408.5
109.4
240.2
187.4
945.5

57.8
1.7
1.1
26.5
87.1

29.1
0.9
10.9
24.3
65.2

443.4
133.1
255.7
174.8
1,007.0

90.5
0.9
91.4

109.2
1.4
0.2
110.8

136.3
1.3
0.1
137.7

74.0
2.3
0.1
76.4

109.8
2.1
0.2
112.1

$ 5,979.5

$ 2,439.8

$ 2,562.3

$ 2,308.7

447.3
39.3
18.6
505.2

446.3
42.1
16.3
504.7

595.0
35.8
25.8
656.6

472.4
34.3
30.2
536.9

-

-

4,930.5
376.7
219.0
5,526.2

7,006.8
382.2
210.4
7,599.4

-

2,087.1
385.2
762.8
649.0
3,884.1

1,789.0
424.3
783.3
1,111.9
4,108.5

-

(0.2)
1,077.4
14.3
0.9
1,092.4

BUSINESS TAXES
Corporation Franchise
Corporation and Utilities
Insurance
Bank
Petroleum Business
Total Business Taxes

91.1
(27.7)
4.8
30.8
99.0

62.7
1.7
7.3
(0.6)
71.1

414.2
156.8
230.5
156.9
958.4

147.9
0.9
1.5
36.9
187.2

198.1
1.3
0.2
199.6

94.7
1.3
96.0

86.3
1.1
0.1
87.5

104.8
0.9
105.7

4,572.0

$ 4,064.5

-

OTHER TAXES
Real Property Gains
Estate and Gift
Pari-Mutuel
Real Estate Transfer
Racing and Exhibitions
Metropolitan Commuter Trans. Mobility
Total Other Taxes
Total Tax Receipts

(0.2)
73.7
1.7
75.2
$ 4,132.8

$

4,642.3

16

$

2,600.4

$

2,003.3

$

$

-

$

-

$ 35,305.6

890.0
15.1
0.9
906.0
$ 35,874.4

STATE OF NEW YORK
SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS - COMBINED
STATEMENT OF CASH FLOW
FISCAL YEAR 2013-2014

EXHIBIT G

(amounts in millions)

Beginning Fund Balance

2013
APRIL
$ 2,373.3

MAY
$ 2,970.3

RECEIPTS:
Personal Income Tax
Consumption/Use Taxes
Business Taxes
Other Taxes
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts

199.3
90.9
121.6
1,346.8
2,381.6

162.7
59.4
98.5
1,352.0
4,739.0

4,140.2

Total Receipts
DISBURSEMENTS:
Local Assistance Grants
Education
Environment and Recreation
General Government
Public Health:
Medicaid
Other Public Health
Public Safety
Public Welfare
Support and Regulate Business
Transportation
Total Local Assistance Grants
Departmental Operations:
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service
General State Charges
Capital Projects
Total Disbursements

AUGUST
$
2,634.2

422.1
190.6
210.8
70.4
1,192.6
3,125.5

194.6
65.4
96.4
1,280.1
3,397.7

158.3
55.9
81.8
1,763.3
3,609.6

188.9
192.0
196.3
73.3
1,645.5
3,286.3

7.5
184.8
59.8
100.2
1,313.0
3,516.9

32.6
149.5
57.4
83.7
1,147.8
2,819.2

158.4
195.7
189.5
90.8
1,312.3
3,752.6

2,318.9
185.7
63.9
159.3
1,403.2
3,995.8

6,411.6

5,212.0

5,034.2

5,668.9

5,582.3

5,182.2

4,290.2

5,699.3

8,126.8

257.2
0.1
10.6

833.6
20.7

1,036.5
0.2
8.0

325.1
0.5
34.0

151.2
0.5
125.7

2,392.2
0.8
24.9

375.2
39.2

504.3
0.2
0.5

558.8
20.6

1,972.2
168.7
103.7
224.9
6.5
182.4
2,926.3

2,990.2
232.3
386.4
324.7
4.5
472.4
5,264.8

2,288.1
525.6
109.5
408.9
2.8
446.1
4,825.7

2,533.1
349.3
290.3
671.5
201.0
334.9
4,739.7

2,225.1
460.0
199.3
418.4
7.9
450.5
4,038.6

2,250.7
347.0
94.7
579.9
20.3
411.3
6,121.8

2,724.5
303.4
164.3
270.7
(3.2)
308.1
4,182.2

2,340.3
288.2
80.8
216.5
1.1
573.8
4,005.7

2,215.7
461.1
104.8
666.6
2.7
803.7
4,834.0

615.7
290.1
26.3
1.5

671.5
352.2
44.9
4.8

558.2
394.4
412.9
1.0

735.3
333.6
30.4
0.4

551.5
387.7
341.1
0.7

6,192.2

5,839.4

5,319.6

$

SEPTEMBER
$ 3,311.4

OCTOBER
$ 2,077.5

553.0
479.8
159.7
(3.8)

645.1
439.4
98.0
0.3

568.2
387.8
219.0
0.2

5,365.0

5,180.9

761.6
430.1
351.0
(3.5)

52,508.0

2,839.7

5.4%

2,671.5
2.0
1.6

9,105.6
4.3
285.8

8,817.9
3.5
124.1

287.7
0.8
161.7

3.3%
22.9%
130.3%

3,141.7
410.1
237.7
413.6
3.8
161.4
7,043.4

24,681.6
3,545.7
1,771.5
4,195.7
247.4
4,144.6
47,982.2

23,772.7
3,468.9
1,095.6
3,811.9
225.8
3,841.2
45,161.6

908.9
76.8
675.9
383.8
21.6
303.4
2,820.6

3.8%
2.2%
61.7%
10.1%
9.6%
7.9%
6.2%

6,218.1
3,892.4
1,948.6
1.7

5,743.3
3,385.6
1,469.4
6.7

(980.2)

(805.2)

349.3

(1,728.2)

(182.8)

(890.7)

(673.9)

(137.3)

403.7
(87.0)

790.7
(335.3)

746.9
(345.9)

598.6
(79.1)

584.1
(256.2)

1,001.5
(507.2)

440.1
(145.5)

588.0
(246.7)

833.1
(240.9)

232.8
(205.8)

316.7

455.4

401.0

519.5

327.9

494.3

294.6

341.3

592.2

27.0

528.8

(579.2)
$

2,919.9

(285.7)
$

2,634.2

677.2
$

3,311.4

(1,233.9)
$

2,077.5

111.8
$ 2,189.3

17

(549.4)
$ 1,639.9

(81.7)
$ 1,558.2

-

-

-

-

558.0
397.3
265.3
0.1

73.4

$ 3,499.1

% Increase/
Decrease
48.7%

55,347.7

280.3

597.0

10 Months Ended Jan. 31
$ Increase/
2013
(Decrease)
$ 1,595.5
$
777.8

-4.0%
-0.4%
-7.2%
-1.2%
7.9%
6.3%

OTHER FINANCING SOURCES (USES):
Transfers from Other Funds
Transfers to Other Funds

$ 2,970.3

2014
$ 2,373.3

(131.7)
(8.1)
(81.3)
(12.0)
1,011.3
2,061.5

6,338.2

Ending Fund Balance

MARCH

3,260.1
1,821.3
1,130.6
988.0
12,745.3
32,562.7

3,859.9

Total Other Financing Sources (Uses)

6,373.2

FEBRUARY

3,128.4
1,813.2
1,049.3
976.0
13,756.6
34,624.2

Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts
over Disbursements

Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts and
Other Financing Sources over
Disbursements and Other Financing Uses

7,310.5

NOVEMBER DECEMBER
$ 2,189.3
$ 1,639.9

2014
JANUARY
$ 1,558.2

JULY
2,919.9

$

JUNE
3,499.1

8,264.1

-

60,043.0

55,766.6

4,276.4

-

-

(4,695.3)

(3,258.6)

(1,436.7)

-44.1%

6,219.5
(2,449.6)

6,267.5
(2,880.8)

(48.0)
(431.2)

-0.8%
-15.0%

3,769.9

3,386.7

383.2

11.3%

-

$

8.3%
15.0%
32.6%
-74.6%

-

-

(110.3)
$ 1,447.9

474.8
506.8
479.2
(5.0)

-

$

-

(925.4)
$ 1,447.9

128.1
$ 1,723.6

$

7.7%

(1,053.5)

-822.4%

(275.7)

-16.0%

STATE OF NEW YORK
SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS - STATE
STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS
FISCAL YEAR 2013-2014

EXHIBIT G

(amounts in millions)
10 Months Ended Jan. 31
Intra-Fund

2013
APRIL
RECEIPTS:
Personal Income Tax
Consumption/Use Taxes
Business Taxes
Other Taxes
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts
Total Receipts
DISBURSEMENTS:
Local Assistance Grants
Education
Environment and Recreation
General Government
Public Health:
Medicaid
Other Public Health
Public Safety
Public Welfare
Support and Regulate Business
Transportation
Total Local Assistance Grants
Departmental Operations:
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service
General State Charges
Capital Projects
Total Disbursements

$

199.3
90.9
121.6
1,334.2
1,746.0

1.9
0.1
1.7

MAY

JUNE

162.7
59.4
98.5
1,315.3
0.2

$ 422.1
190.6
210.8
70.4
1,181.3
-

1,636.1

2,075.2

1,623.8

2,041.1

2,284.7

1,654.0

736.3
5.1

0.7
0.4
32.1

2.8
108.8

2,203.2
0.8
22.5

153.1
37.9

370.0
228.7
5.1
19.1
406.3
3,255.7

536.2
174.6
4.5
0.9
(3.2)
303.4
1,207.4

$

(1.5)
4.3

$

158.3
55.9
81.8
1,745.0
0.1

430.7
377.9
8.9
0.3
2.5
440.4
2,002.1

502.7
224.3
4.1
0.2
200.9
331.2
1,296.6

356.5
205.2
12.8
0.3
7.9
447.4
1,141.7

564.9
250.3
18.4
1.5

624.3
294.5
41.6
4.8

506.4
327.3
365.3
1.0

671.2
264.7
23.3
0.4

506.3
298.0
335.3
0.7

1,344.5

2,005.4

3,202.1

2,256.2

2,282.0

401.5

(369.3)

(1,126.9)

414.5
(30.6)

811.7
(104.8)

383.9

706.9

$ 785.4

$ 337.6

(*)

194.6
65.4
96.4
1,267.5
(0.1)

$

445.4
107.3
11.2
0.7
3.5
469.3
1,040.2

OTHER FINANCING SOURCES (USES):
Transfers from Other Funds
Transfers to Other Funds

Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts and
Other Financing Sources over
Disbursements and Other Financing Uses

AUGUST

241.5
75.7
2.4
0.5
5.2
180.4
509.4

Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts
over Disbursements

Total Other Financing Sources (Uses)

JULY

SEPTEMBER OCTOBER NOVEMBER DECEMBER
$

188.9
192.0
196.3
73.3
1,634.2
-

507.9
340.6
107.6
(3.8)
4,208.0

$

7.5
184.8
59.8
100.2
1,301.7
-

$

32.6
149.5
57.4
83.7
1,133.6
-

158.4
195.7
189.5
90.8
1,300.1
0.1

$ 2,318.9
185.7
63.9
159.3
1,393.7
-

1,456.8

1,934.6

4,121.5

175.3
0.1
0.1

285.2
0.9

2,461.4
2.0
1.4

291.7
169.2
12.9
0.9
1.1
569.4
1,220.7

303.2
336.3
7.7
0.1
1.1
796.2
1,730.7

599.5
339.2
84.2
0.3

519.7
291.0
198.9
0.2

2,230.6

2,230.5

$

2014
JANUARY FEBRUARY

688.2
343.4
279.9
(3.5)
3,038.7

(576.6)

(773.7)

(1,104.1)

(518.8)

773.9
(85.0)

635.6
17.9

607.4
(4.1)

1,041.3
(224.1)

576.1
(87.3)

621.5
(83.2)

885.7
(40.4)

311.8
(74.5)

688.9

653.5

603.3

817.2

488.8

538.3

845.3

237.3

21.1

$ 362.4

$ (87.8)

$ (235.4)

Intra-Fund transfer eliminations represent transfers from Special Revenue-Federal funds.

18

$ (258.8)

-

4,640.3

(1,923.3)

$ (1,106.1)

-

$ (281.5)

2013

-

$ 3,128.4
1,813.2
1,049.3
976.0
13,606.6
0.3

$ 3,260.1
1,821.3
1,130.6
988.0
12,597.9
0.1

-

-

20,573.8

19,798.0

775.8

6,018.4
3.4
214.8

6,069.0
2.5
94.8

(50.6)
0.9
120.0

-0.8%
36.0%
126.6%

-

-

4,142.7
2,187.9
77.3
3.3
241.9
4,103.3
16,993.0

4,072.8
2,240.7
67.1
7.9
220.6
3,804.5
16,579.9

69.9
(52.8)
10.2
(4.6)
21.3
298.8
413.1

1.7%
-2.4%
15.2%
-58.2%
9.7%
7.9%
2.5%

-

5,697.8
3,042.4
1,703.4
1.7

5,239.0
2,729.9
1,314.5
6.7

458.8
312.5
388.9
(5.0)

8.8%
11.4%
29.6%
-74.6%

$

(131.7)
(8.1)
(81.3)
(12.0)
1,008.7
0.2

3.9%

-

-

27,438.3

25,870.0

-

-

-

(6,864.5)

(6,072.0)

(792.5)

-13.1%

(460.0)
-

6,219.5
(716.1)

6,267.5
(296.2)

(48.0)
(419.9)

-0.8%
141.8%

(460.0)

5,503.4

5,971.3

(467.9)

-7.8%

$ (1,260.4)

-1,251.6%

-

-

$

-

$

(460.0)

$ (1,361.1)

$ (100.7)

1,568.3

-4.0%
-0.4%
-7.2%
-1.2%
8.0%
200.0%

-

-

$

$ Increase/ % Increase/
(Decrease) Decrease

2014

509.4
293.4
248.9
0.1

(240.9)

$

Transfer
Eliminations (*)
$

664.8
288.7
7.7
(0.6)
3.8
159.3
3,588.5

(632.4)

$ (438.0)

MARCH

6.1%

STATE OF NEW YORK
SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS - FEDERAL
STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS
FISCAL YEAR 2013-2014

EXHIBIT G

(amounts in millions)
10 Months Ended Jan. 31

FEDERAL
2013
APRIL
RECEIPTS:
Personal Income Tax
Consumption/Use Taxes
Business Taxes
Other Taxes
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts
Total Receipts
DISBURSEMENTS:
Local Assistance Grants
Education
Environment and Recreation
General Government
Public Health:
Medicaid
Other Public Health
Public Safety
Public Welfare
Support and Regulate Business
Transportation
Total Local Assistance Grants
Departmental Operations:
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service
General State Charges
Capital Projects
Total Disbursements
Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts
over Disbursements
OTHER FINANCING SOURCES (USES):
Transfers from Other Funds
Transfers to Other Funds
Total Other Financing Sources (Uses)
Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts and
Other Financing Sources over
Disbursements and Other Financing Uses

(*)

$

12.6
2,381.6

MAY
$

36.7
4,738.8

JUNE
$

11.3
3,125.5

JULY
$

12.6
3,397.8

AUGUST
$

18.3
3,609.5

SEPTEMBER OCTOBER NOVEMBER DECEMBER
$

11.3
3,286.3

$

11.3
3,516.9

$

14.2
2,819.2

$

12.2
3,752.5

2014
JANUARY FEBRUARY
$

9.5
3,995.8

2,394.2

4,775.5

3,136.8

3,410.4

3,627.8

3,297.6

3,528.2

2,833.4

3,764.7

4,005.3

255.3
8.9

835.1
16.4

300.2
0.2
2.9

324.4
0.1
1.9

148.4
0.5
16.9

189.0
2.4

222.1
1.3

329.0
0.1
0.4

273.6
19.7

1,730.7
93.0
101.3
224.4
1.3
2.0
2,416.9

2,544.8
125.0
375.2
324.0
1.0
3.1
4,224.6

1,857.4
147.7
100.6
408.6
0.3
5.7
2,823.6

2,030.4
125.0
286.2
671.3
0.1
3.7
3,443.1

1,868.6
254.8
186.5
418.1
3.1
2,896.9

1,880.7
118.3
89.6
579.9
1.2
5.0
2,866.1

2,188.3
128.8
159.8
269.8
4.7
2,974.8

2,048.6
119.0
67.9
215.6
4.4
2,785.0

50.8
39.8
7.9
-

47.2
57.7
3.3
-

51.8
67.1
47.6
-

64.1
68.9
7.1
-

45.2
89.7
5.8
-

45.1
139.2
52.1
-

45.6
100.2
13.8
-

2,515.4

4,332.8

2,990.1

3,583.2

3,037.6

3,102.5

3,134.4

(121.2)

442.7

146.7

(172.8)

590.2

195.1

393.8

(67.2)

(251.5)

(287.9)

(134.0)

(275.4)

(322.9)

(67.2)

(251.5)

(287.9)

(134.0)

(275.4)

(322.9)

$ (141.2)

$ (306.8)

$ (188.4)

$ 191.2

$

314.8

$ (127.8)

Intra-Fund
Transfer
MARCH Eliminations (*)
$

$

150.0
34,623.9

$

147.4
32,562.6

$ Increase/ % Increase/
(Decrease) Decrease
$

2.6
2,061.3

0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
1.8%
6.3%

2,063.9

6.3%

34,773.9

32,710.0

210.1
0.2

-

3,087.2
0.9
71.0

2,748.9
1.0
29.3

1,912.5
124.8
97.1
666.5
1.6
7.5
3,103.3

2,476.9
121.4
230.0
414.2
2.1
3,454.9

-

-

20,538.9
1,357.8
1,694.2
4,192.4
5.5
41.3
30,989.2

19,699.9
1,228.2
1,028.5
3,804.0
5.2
36.7
28,581.7

839.0
129.6
665.7
388.4
0.3
4.6
2,407.5

4.3%
10.6%
64.7%
10.2%
5.8%
12.5%
8.4%

48.5
96.8
20.1
-

73.4
86.7
71.1
-

48.6
103.9
16.4
-

520.3
850.0
245.2
-

504.3
655.7
154.9
-

16.0
194.3
90.3
-

3.2%
29.6%
58.3%
0.0%

2,950.4

3,334.5

3,623.8

-

-

-

32,604.7

29,896.6

2,708.1

9.1%

(117.0)

430.2

381.5

-

-

-

2,169.2

2,813.4

(644.2)

-22.9%

(194.2)

(197.0)

(253.1)

(210.3)

460.0

(1,733.5)

(2,584.6)

(851.1)

-32.9%

(194.2)

(197.0)

(253.1)

(210.3)

460.0

(1,733.5)

(2,584.6)

(851.1)

-32.9%

206.9

90.4%

$ (314.0)

$

177.1

$

171.2

-

-

2013

-

$ 199.6

-

2014

-

-

$

-

-

$

-

$

460.0

$

Intra-Fund transfer eliminations represent transfers to Special Revenue-State funds.
.

19

435.7

$

228.8

338.3
(0.1)
41.7

$

12.3%
-10.0%
142.3%

STATE OF NEW YORK
SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS
CASH FLOW SCHEDULE OF TAX RECEIPTS
FISCAL YEAR 2013-2014
(amounts in millions)

EXHIBIT G
TAX RECEIPTS

10 Months Ended Jan. 31

2013
APRIL
PERSONAL INCOME TAX

-

$

JUNE

-

$ 422.1

-

-

422.1

Sales and Use
Auto Rental
Cigarette/Tobacco Products
Motor Fuel
Alcoholic Beverage
Highway Use
Metropolitan Commuter Trans. Taxicab Trip

87.5
1.0
83.7
7.2
19.9

60.6
92.8
8.7
0.6

81.7
10.0
89.6
9.1
0.2

Total Consumption/Use Taxes and Fees

199.3

162.7

46.0
(0.2)
0.6
4.5
40.0

Total Personal Income Tax

$

MAY

JULY
$

-

AUGUST

SEPTEMBER

OCTOBER

$

$

$

-

188.9

7.5

NOVEMBER
$

32.6

DECEMBER
$

2014
JANUARY

158.4

$ 2,318.9
2,318.9

-

188.9

7.5

32.6

158.4

61.7
104.3
8.2
20.4

61.6
86.6
9.4
0.7

80.2
13.8
89.0
8.6
0.4

62.2
(0.1)
94.0
8.8
19.9

62.4
0.1
77.9
8.4
0.7

82.5
11.1
93.6
7.8
0.7

190.6

194.6

158.3

192.0

149.5

195.7

14.2
0.1
0.7
1.1
43.3

62.8
34.6
29.9
36.2
47.3

13.8
0.3
2.5
3.8
45.0

4.2
0.6
0.6
4.1
46.4

60.5
31.4
29.5
28.9
46.0

18.3
(4.3)
2.0
2.9
40.9

16.3
0.2
0.4
(1.2)
41.7

59.1
32.7
24.7
28.9
44.1

14.2
2.2
(0.1)
8.7
38.9

90.9

59.4

210.8

65.4

55.9

196.3

59.8

57.4

189.5

63.9

121.6

98.5

70.4

96.4

81.8

73.3

100.2

83.7

90.8

159.3

121.6

98.5

70.4

96.4

81.8

73.3

100.2

83.7

90.8

159.3

$ 411.8

$ 320.6

$ 893.9

$ 356.4

$ 296.0

634.4

$ 2,727.8

FEBRUARY

MARCH

-

2014

2013

$ 3,128.4

$ 3,260.1

3,128.4

3,260.1

707.8
35.4
902.0
83.2
84.8

654.5
32.3
965.6
86.4
82.5

1,813.2

1,821.3

309.4
97.6
90.8
117.9
433.6

262.6
113.6
100.5
229.0
424.9

1,049.3

1,130.6

976.0

988.0

-

976.0

988.0

-

$ 6,966.9

$ 7,200.0

-

CONSUMPTION/USE TAXES

184.8

67.4
(0.5)
90.5
7.0
21.3
185.7

-

-

BUSINESS TAXES
Corporation Franchise
Corporation and Utilities
Insurance
Bank
Petroleum Business
Total Business Taxes

-

-

OTHER TAXES
Real Property Gains
Estate and Gift
Pari-Mutuel
Real Estate Transfer
Racing and Exhibitions
Metropolitan Commuter Trans. Mobility
Total Other Taxes
Total Tax Receipts

$

650.5

20

$

352.3

$

323.2

$

$

-

$

STATE OF NEW YORK
DEBT SERVICE FUNDS
STATEMENT OF CASH FLOW
FISCAL YEAR 2013-2014

EXHIBIT H

(amounts in millions)

Beginning Fund Balance
RECEIPTS:
Personal Income Tax
Consumption/Use Taxes
Sales and Use
Other Taxes
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts (*)
Total Receipts

2013
APRIL
$ 379.1

MAY
$ 802.9

JUNE
$ 927.9

JULY
$
577.6

AUGUST
$ 988.5

1,664.3

596.6

956.7

604.0

553.9

1,018.3

373.6
57.6
26.7
-

488.7
64.1
52.5
-

604.6
41.5
55.3
0.1

452.7
62.0
45.9
1.6

451.8
68.2
27.6
32.6

594.7
79.8
44.9
-

2,122.2

1,201.9

1,658.2

1,166.2

1,134.1

1,737.7

SEPTEMBER
$ 1,172.2

10 Months Ended Jan. 31
$ Increase/ % Increase/
2013
(Decrease) Decrease
$ 427.5
$
(48.4)
-11.3%

NOVEMBER
$
990.6

DECEMBER
$ 1,279.2

2014
JANUARY
$
498.9

601.4

454.7

1,009.3

1,851.2

9,310.4

8,840.2

470.2

447.0
78.1
52.0
-

446.5
78.2
67.0
-

594.7
69.3
92.4
-

472.1
80.7
82.7
1.6

4,926.4
679.5
547.0
35.9

2,331.7
561.2
663.9
41.1

2,594.7
118.3
(116.9)
(5.2)

111.3%
21.1%
-17.6%
-12.7%

1,178.5

1,046.4

1,765.7

2,488.3

15,499.2

12,438.1

3,061.1

24.6%

OCTOBER
$ 463.8

FEBRUARY

MARCH

-

-

2014
$ 379.1

5.3%

DISBURSEMENTS:
Departmental Operations:
Non-Personal Service
Debt Service, including payments on
financing agreements

1.3

0.6

3.5

5.9

3.6

4.9

0.6

1.7

3.3

1.2

26.6

33.2

(6.6)

281.9

136.9

409.7

89.9

373.4

794.3

219.3

176.7

968.6

89.3

3,540.0

3,791.1

(251.1)

-6.6%

Total Disbursements

283.2

137.5

413.2

95.8

377.0

799.2

219.9

178.4

971.9

90.5

-

-

3,566.6

3,824.3

(257.7)

-6.7%

1,839.0

1,064.4

1,245.0

1,070.4

757.1

938.5

958.6

868.0

793.8

2,397.8

-

-

11,932.6

8,613.8

3,318.8

38.5%

724.2
(2,139.4)

127.6
(1,067.0)

311.2
(1,906.5)

583.9
(1,243.4)

344.3
(917.7)

273.3
(1,920.2)

744.4
(1,176.2)

251.3
(830.7)

179.2
(1,753.3)

616.8
(1,624.5)

4,156.2
(14,578.9)

5,306.8
(12,567.9)

(1,150.6)
2,011.0

-21.7%
16.0%

(1,415.2)

(939.4)

(1,595.3)

(659.5)

(573.4)

(1,646.9)

(431.8)

(579.4)

(1,574.1)

(1,007.7)

-

-

(10,422.7)

(7,261.1)

(3,161.6)

-43.5%

410.9

183.7

526.8

288.6

1,390.1

-

-

1,509.9

1,352.7

988.5

$ 1,172.2

-

$ 1,889.0

$ 1,780.2

Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts
over Disbursements

OTHER FINANCING SOURCES (USES):
Transfers from Other Funds
Transfers to Other Funds
Total Other Financing Sources (Uses)

Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts and
Other Financing Sources over
Disbursements and Other Financing Uses

Ending Fund Balance
(*)

423.8

$ 802.9

125.0

$

927.9

(350.3)

$

577.6

$

(708.4)

$

463.8

$

990.6

Federal receipts includes credit payments for interest paid on Build America Bonds and Qualified School Construction Bonds.

21

$

1,279.2

(780.3)

$

498.9

$ 1,889.0

$

-

$

$

-19.9%

157.2

11.6%

108.8

6.1%

STATE OF NEW YORK
CAPITAL PROJECTS FUNDS - COMBINED
STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS
FISCAL YEAR 2013-2014

EXHIBIT I

(amounts in millions)

STATE

10 Months Ended Jan. 31
2013
APRIL

Beginning Fund Balance

$

RECEIPTS:
Consumption/Use Taxes
Auto Rental
Motor Fuel
Highway Use
Business Taxes
Petroleum Business
Transmission
Other Taxes
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts
Total Receipts
DISBURSEMENTS:
Local Assistance Grants:
Education
Environment and Recreation
General Government
Public Health:
Medicaid
Other Public Health
Public Safety
Public Welfare
Support and Regulate Business
Transportation
Total Local Assistance Grants
Departmental Operations:
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service
General State Charges
Capital Projects

(486.0)

MAY
$

JUNE

(598.2)

$

(662.3)

JULY
$

(813.7)

AUGUST
$

(952.2)

SEPTEMBER
$

(1,171.1)

OCTOBER
$

(1,001.8)

NOVEMBER
$

(804.7)

DECEMBER
$

(929.6)

2014
JANUARY
$

FEBRUARY

MARCH

(797.2)

1.2
27.4
12.9

0.1
31.5
10.9

16.4
34.4
10.6

33.5
13.7

35.2
10.2

22.7
33.3
11.4

32.9
14.0

0.1
31.6
10.1

18.3
26.5
12.9

50.0
(0.4)
125.1
112.3

54.0
116.6
188.2

59.5
2.5
11.9
169.1
160.8

56.1
(0.6)
11.9
317.1
261.8

57.8
0.1
11.9
156.3
182.1

57.3
2.1
11.9
522.6
363.6

51.8
12.0
767.9
200.5

52.1
11.9
221.7
157.4

53.5
2.4
11.9
510.8
188.9

48.8
0.2
11.9
277.1
241.9

328.5

401.3

465.2

693.5

453.6

1,024.9

1,079.1

484.9

825.2

619.5

0.1
11.2
3.5

4.3
1.0
3.5

1.2
11.2
11.7

1.7
5.1
1.3

12.1
13.8
3.5

0.5
152.4
1.5

2.6
10.4
5.8

0.4
9.7
1.4

0.1
5.4
3.5

3.7
12.4
54.7
85.6

11.7
7.5
14.1
64.8
106.9

14.1
61.2
54.8
154.2

28.7
7.5
93.5
87.8
225.6

19.4
63.4
25.6
58.1
195.9

21.1
1.6
13.4
110.0
300.5

39.5
19.6
62.3
140.2

23.6
24.5
42.6
102.2

327.2

425.0

514.9

499.7

523.8

522.9

496.5

$

(0.8)
29.1
11.3

532.0
7.9
95.3
3,025.8
1,713.7

8.9
(1.6)
158.5
343.8

1.7%
-20.3%
0.0%
5.2%
20.1%

6,375.7

5,881.2

494.5

0.9
181.4
2.4

23.9
401.6
38.1

32.0
182.4
51.3

(8.1)
219.2
(13.2)

-25.3%
120.2%
-25.7%

47.0
7.5
20.3
63.7
147.5

126.3
7.5
33.8
64.6
416.9

335.1
95.0
318.4
663.4
1,875.5

327.0
120.8
255.6
440.3
1,409.4

8.1
(25.8)
62.8
223.1
466.1

0.0%
2.5%
0.0%
-21.4%
24.6%
50.7%
33.1%

437.0

505.1

316.9

4,569.0

4,432.1

136.9

0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
3.1%

6,444.5

5,841.5

603.0

10.3%

-

-

-

-

725.3

719.7

823.4

636.7

539.2

652.6

733.8

-

-

(84.3)

(130.6)

(203.9)

(31.8)

(266.1)

201.5

442.4

(54.3)

172.6

(114.3)

-

-

OTHER FINANCING SOURCES (USES):
Bond Proceeds (net)
Transfers from Other Funds
Transfers to Other Funds

66.7
(94.6)

156.7
(90.2)

144.9
(92.4)

(11.6)
(95.1)

137.5
(90.3)

196.3
(228.5)

(152.6)
(92.7)

19.0
(89.6)

49.5
(89.7)

172.8
(91.7)

(27.9)

66.5

52.5

(106.7)

47.2

(32.2)

(245.3)

(70.6)

(40.2)

81.1

(112.2)

(64.1)
$

(662.3)

(151.4)
$

(813.7)

(138.5)
$

(952.2)

(218.9)
$

(1,171.1)

169.3
$

(1,001.8)

197.1
$

(*) Intra-Fund transfer eliminations represent transfers to Capital Projects-Federal funds.

22

(804.7)

(124.9)
$

-8.1%

540.9
6.3
95.3
3,184.3
2,057.5

669.1

(598.2)

Decrease

$ (36.6)

7.4%
-3.3%
-6.7%

531.9

$

(449.4)

% Increase/

(Decrease)

4.0
(10.6)
(8.5)

412.8

Ending Fund Balance

$

$ Increase/

54.0
326.0
126.5

Total Disbursements

Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts and
Other Financing Sources over
Disbursements and Other Financing Uses

(486.0)

2013

58.0
315.4
118.0

Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts
over Disbursements

Total Other Financing Sources (Uses)

2014

(929.6)

132.4
$

(797.2)

-

(33.2)
$

(830.4)

-

$

-

(68.8)

$

-

39.7

779.2
(1,054.8)

581.3
(1,087.2)

(275.6)

(505.9)

(344.4)
$

(830.4)

(466.2)
$

(915.6)

$

8.4%

(108.5)

-273.3%

197.9
(32.4)

0.0%
34.0%
-3.0%

230.3

45.5%

121.8

26.1%

85.2

9.3%

STATE OF NEW YORK
CAPITAL PROJECTS FUNDS - STATE
STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS
FISCAL YEAR 2013-2014

EXHIBIT I

(amounts in millions)

STATE

10 Months Ended Jan. 31
2013
APRIL

RECEIPTS:
Consumption/Use Taxes
Auto Rental
Motor Fuel
Highway Use
Business Taxes
Petroleum Business
Transmission
Other Taxes
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts

$

Total Receipts
DISBURSEMENTS:
Local Assistance Grants:
Education
Environment and Recreation
General Government
Public Health:
Medicaid
Other Public Health
Public Safety
Public Welfare
Support and Regulate Business
Transportation
Total Local Assistance Grants
Departmental Operations:
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service
General State Charges
Capital Projects

1.2
27.4
12.9

MAY

$

0.1
31.5
10.9

JUNE

$

16.4
34.4
10.6

JULY

$

33.5
13.7

AUGUST

SEPTEMBER

OCTOBER

$

$

$

35.2
10.2

22.7
33.3
11.4

32.9
14.0

NOVEMBER

$

0.1
31.6
10.1

DECEMBER

$

18.3
26.5
12.9

2014
JANUARY

$

FEBRUARY

MARCH

(0.8)
29.1
11.3

50.0
(0.4)
125.0
-

54.0
116.6
-

59.5
2.5
11.9
169.0
-

56.1
(0.6)
11.9
317.1
-

57.8
0.1
11.9
155.9
-

57.3
2.1
11.9
522.7
2.5

51.8
12.0
767.2
-

52.1
11.9
221.6
-

53.5
2.4
11.9
510.3
-

48.8
0.2
11.9
277.0
-

216.1

213.1

304.3

431.7

271.1

663.9

877.9

327.4

635.8

377.5

0.1
2.4
3.5

4.3
1.0
3.5

1.2
2.5
11.7

1.7
5.1
1.3

12.1
10.0
3.5

0.5
31.5
1.5

2.6
5.0
5.8

0.4
9.7
1.4

0.1
3.3
3.5

3.7
12.4
0.2
22.3

11.7
7.5
14.1
1.4
43.5

14.1
61.2
0.6
91.3

28.7
7.5
93.5
0.3
138.1

19.4
63.4
25.6
0.7
134.7

19.7
1.6
13.4
63.0
131.2

39.5
19.6
1.1
73.6

23.6
24.5
0.1
59.7

271.0

334.9

401.8

378.2

378.1

396.9

354.9

Intra-Fund
Transfer
Eliminations (*)

$

-

2014

$

58.0
315.4
118.0

2013

$

54.0
326.0
126.5

$ Increase/
(Decrease)

$

% Increase/
Decrease

4.0
(10.6)
(8.5)

7.4%
-3.3%
-6.7%
1.7%
-20.3%
0.0%
5.2%
-7.4%

-

540.9
6.3
95.3
3,182.4
2.5

532.0
7.9
95.3
3,024.4
2.7

8.9
(1.6)
158.0
(0.2)

-

4,318.8

4,168.8

150.0

0.9
38.9
2.4

-

23.9
109.4
38.1

32.0
87.7
51.3

(8.1)
21.7
(13.2)

-25.3%
24.7%
-25.7%

47.0
7.5
20.3
0.1
81.8

126.3
7.5
33.8
12.7
222.5

-

333.7
95.0
318.4
80.2
998.7

213.5
120.8
255.6
106.4
867.3

120.2
(25.8)
62.8
(26.2)
131.4

0.0%
56.3%
0.0%
-21.4%
24.6%
-24.6%
15.2%

334.7

433.9

268.0

-

3,552.4

3,453.9

98.5

0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
2.9%

4,551.1

4,321.2

229.9

5.3%

-

-

-

-

3.6%

Total Disbursements

293.3

378.4

493.1

516.3

512.8

528.1

428.5

394.4

515.7

490.5

-

-

-

Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts
over Disbursements

(77.2)

(165.3)

(188.8)

(84.6)

(241.7)

135.8

449.4

(67.0)

120.1

(113.0)

-

-

-

(232.3)

(152.4)

(79.9)

-52.4%

OTHER FINANCING SOURCES (USES):
Bond Proceeds (net)
Transfers from Other Funds
Transfers to Other Funds

66.7
(94.6)

156.7
(90.2)

144.9
(92.4)

(11.6)
(95.1)

137.5
(90.3)

196.3
(228.5)

(152.6)
(92.7)

19.0
(89.6)

49.5
(89.7)

172.8
(91.7)

-

779.2
(1,054.8)

581.3
(1,087.2)

197.9
(32.4)

0.0%
34.0%
-3.0%

(27.9)

66.5

52.5

(106.7)

47.2

(32.2)

(245.3)

(70.6)

(40.2)

81.1

-

(275.6)

(505.9)

230.3

45.5%

(658.3)

$ 150.4

22.8%

Total Other Financing Sources (Uses)

Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts and
Other Financing Sources over
Disbursements and Other Financing Uses

$

(105.1)

$

(98.8)

$

(136.3)

$

(191.3)

$

(194.5)

$

103.6

$

204.1

(*) Intra-Fund transfer eliminations represent transfers to Capital Projects-Federal funds.

23

$

(137.6)

$

79.9

$

(31.9)

-

$

-

-

$

-

$

-

$

(507.9)

$

STATE OF NEW YORK
CAPITAL PROJECTS FUNDS - FEDERAL
STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS
FISCAL YEAR 2013-2014

EXHIBIT I

(amounts in millions)

10 Months Ended Jan. 31

FEDERAL

Intra-Fund
2013
APRIL

RECEIPTS:
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts

$

Total Receipts

$

112.4

DISBURSEMENTS:
Local Assistance Grants:
Education
Environment and Recreation
General Government
Public Health:
Medicaid
Other Public Health
Public Safety
Public Welfare
Support and Regulate Business
Transportation
Total Local Assistance Grants
Departmental Operations:
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service
General State Charges
Capital Projects
Total Disbursements
Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts
over Disbursements
OTHER FINANCING SOURCES (USES):
Transfers from Other Funds
Transfers to Other Funds
Total Other Financing Sources (Uses)

Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts and
Other Financing Sources over
Disbursements and Other Financing Uses

0.1
112.3

MAY

$

188.2

JUNE
$

188.2

0.1
160.8

JULY
$

160.9

261.8

AUGUST

SEPTEMBER

OCTOBER

$

$

$

261.8

0.4
182.1

(0.1)
361.1

0.7
200.5

182.5

361.0

201.2

NOVEMBER
$

0.1
157.4

DECEMBER
$

157.5

0.5
188.9

2014
JANUARY
$

FEBRUARY

MARCH

0.1
241.9

189.4

242.0

Transfer
Eliminations (*)
$

-

-

.
2014

2013

-

$ 1.9
2,055.0

$
1.4
1,711.0

-

2,056.9

$ Increase/
(Decrease)

$

% Increase/
Decrease

0.5
344.0

35.7%
20.1%

1,712.4

344.5

20.1%

8.8
-

-

8.7
-

-

3.8
-

120.9
-

5.4
-

-

2.1
-

142.5
-

-

292.2
-

94.7
-

197.5
-

0.0%
208.6%
0.0%

54.5
63.3

63.4
63.4

54.2
62.9

87.5
87.5

57.4
61.2

1.4
47.0
169.3

61.2
66.6

42.5
42.5

63.6
65.7

51.9
194.4

-

1.4
583.2
876.8

113.5
333.9
542.1

(112.1)
249.3
334.7

0.0%
-98.8%
0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
74.7%
61.7%

56.2

90.1

113.1

121.5

145.7

126.0

141.6

102.3

71.2

48.9

-

1,016.6

978.2

38.4

0.0%
0.0%
0.0%
3.9%

119.5

153.5

176.0

209.0

206.9

295.3

208.2

144.8

136.9

243.3

373.1

24.5%

(7.1)

34.7

(15.1)

52.8

(24.4)

65.7

(7.0)

12.7

52.5

(1.3)

(28.6)

-14.9%

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

(7.1)

$

34.7

$

(15.1)

$

52.8

$

(24.4)

$

65.7

$

(7.0)

(*) Intra-Fund transfer eliminations represent transfers to Capital Projects-State funds.

24

$

12.7

$

52.5

$

(1.3)

-

-

-

-

-

1,893.4

1,520.3

-

-

-

163.5

192.1

-

$

-

-

$

-

$

-

-

-

-

0.0%
0.0%

-

-

-

-

0.0%

-

$ 163.5

$ 192.1

$

(28.6)

-14.9%

STATE OF NEW YORK
ENTERPRISE FUNDS
STATEMENT OF CASH FLOW
FISCAL YEAR 2013-2014
(amounts in millions)

EXHIBIT J

10 Months Ended Jan. 31
2013
APRIL
$ 83.7

MAY
$ 38.1

JUNE
$ 85.6

JULY
$ 88.2

4.7
179.8
269.7

5.1
174.8
254.6

5.5
153.6
208.7

20.2
165.3
270.8

71.3
144.5
246.7

10.7
135.2
215.8

8.5
164.1
237.4

5.4
134.4
206.9

5.2
147.4
257.2

4.8
28.0
309.6

Total Receipts

454.2

434.5

367.8

456.3

462.5

361.7

410.0

346.7

409.8

342.4

DISBURSEMENTS:
Departmental Operations:
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service
General State Charges
Unemployment Benefits

0.4
3.2
496.2

0.4
3.7
382.9

0.3
4.1
0.1
360.7

0.7
3.6
451.3

0.5
6.4
376.1

1.8
90.3
0.4
392.0

0.4
5.3
0.1
363.4

0.4
4.1
0.2
342.0

0.5
4.3
0.9
451.1

0.3
3.4
0.1
286.3

Total Disbursements

499.8

387.0

365.2

455.6

383.0

484.5

369.2

346.7

456.8

290.1

-

Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts
over Disbursements

(45.6)

47.5

2.6

0.7

79.5

(122.8)

40.8

-

(47.0)

52.3

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

Beginning Fund Balance
RECEIPTS:
Miscellaneous Receipts
Federal Receipts
Unemployment Taxes

OTHER FINANCING SOURCES (USES):
Transfers from Other Funds
Transfers to Other Funds
Total Other Financing Sources (Uses)

Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts and
Other Financing Sources over
Disbursements and Other Financing Uses
Ending Fund Balance

(45.6)
$

38.1

AUGUST
$ 88.9

47.5

2.6

0.7

79.5

$ 85.6

$ 88.2

$ 88.9

$ 168.4

SEPTEMBER
$
168.4

OCTOBER NOVEMBER DECEMBER
$
45.6
$
86.4
$
86.4

(122.8)
$

45.6

25

40.8
$

86.4

$

86.4

2014
JANUARY FEBRUARY
$ 39.4

(47.0)
$

39.4

91.7

$

-

-

2013
97.1

4,045.9

5,737.3

5.7
128.4
1.8
3,902.0

5.0
143.9
1.0
5,603.9

-

4,037.9

5,753.8

-

8.0

(16.5)

-

-

-

-

$

$

137.0
2,827.4
2,772.9

-

$

2014
83.7

141.4
1,427.1
2,477.4
-

-

52.3
$

MARCH

-

8.0
$

91.7

(16.5)
$

80.6

STATE OF NEW YORK
INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDS
STATEMENT OF CASH FLOW
FISCAL YEAR 2013-2014
(amounts in millions)

EXHIBIT K

10 Months Ended Jan. 31

Beginning Fund Balance

2013
APRIL
$
(6.4)

RECEIPTS:
Miscellaneous Receipts

$

MAY
(23.3)

$

JUNE
(52.2)

$

JULY
(60.2)

AUGUST
$ (78.4)

SEPTEMBER
$
(79.9)

OCTOBER
$
(88.7)

NOVEMBER DECEMBER
$
(73.5) $ (100.5)

2014
JANUARY
$ (129.8)

FEBRUARY

$

17.5

27.5

34.0

27.3

39.2

39.7

58.7

34.4

37.0

44.8

Total Receipts

17.5

27.5

34.0

27.3

39.2

39.7

58.7

34.4

37.0

44.8

DISBURSEMENTS:
Departmental Operations:
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service
General State Charges

10.9
25.1
1.2

8.9
51.1
1.6

7.3
37.6
10.9

11.9
37.1
-

8.4
32.0
1.7

7.6
42.9
5.2

8.7
31.4
7.9

8.5
47.6
7.3

11.9
49.0
6.9

7.8
54.3
5.3

Total Disbursements

37.2

61.6

55.8

49.0

42.1

55.7

48.0

63.4

67.8

67.4

-

Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts
over Disbursements

(19.7)

(34.1)

(21.8)

(21.7)

(2.9)

(16.0)

10.7

(29.0)

(30.8)

(22.6)

-

2.8
-

5.2
-

13.8
-

3.6
(0.1)

1.4
-

13.5
(6.3)

4.5
-

2.0
-

13.2
(11.7)

2.4
(0.2)

2.8

5.2

13.8

3.5

1.4

7.2

4.5

2.0

1.5

2.2

OTHER FINANCING SOURCES (USES):
Transfers from Other Funds
Transfers to Other Funds
Total Other Financing Sources (Uses)

Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts and
Other Financing Sources over
Disbursements and Other Financing Uses
Ending Fund Balance

(16.9)
$

(23.3)

(28.9)
$

(52.2)

(8.0)
$

(60.2)

$

(18.2)

(1.5)

(78.4)

$ (79.9)

(8.8)
$

(88.7)

26

15.2
$

(73.5)

(27.0)
$

(100.5)

$

(29.3)

(20.4)

(129.8)

$ (150.2)

MARCH

-

-

360.1

263.8

91.9
408.1
48.0

87.4
294.7
23.7

-

548.0

405.8

-

(187.9)

(142.0)

62.4
(18.3)

67.0
(5.9)

44.1

61.1

$

2013
41.9

263.8

-

$

$

360.1
-

-

2014
(6.4)

-

(143.8)
$

(150.2)

(80.9)
$

(39.0)

STATE OF NEW YORK
PENSION TRUST FUNDS
STATEMENT OF CASH FLOW
FISCAL YEAR 2013-2014
(amounts in millions)

EXHIBIT L

10 Months Ended Jan. 31
2013

Beginning Fund Balance

APRIL
$ (3.7)

2014
$

MAY
(4.7)

JUNE
$ (10.0)

JULY
$ (11.4)

AUGUST
$
(12.2)

SEPTEMBER
$
(8.9)

OCTOBER
$
(0.6)

NOVEMBER
$
(0.4)

DECEMBER JANUARY FEBRUARY
$
(0.3)
$ (3.0)

MARCH
$

2014
(3.7)

$

2013
0.9

RECEIPTS:
Miscellaneous Receipts

4.7

7.9

4.3

6.2

16.6

13.2

5.2

15.3

9.6

6.4

Total Receipts

4.7

7.9

4.3

6.2

16.6

13.2

5.2

15.3

9.6

6.4

89.4

89.8

89.4

89.8

Personal Service

4.7

4.2

4.7

6.2

4.4

4.3

4.3

4.3

6.5

Non-Personal Service

1.0

1.5

0.8

0.8

1.5

0.6

0.7

2.6

5.8

4.4

48.0

45.6

3.7

19.0

-

7.5

0.2

-

7.4

-

-

8.3

17.7

-

8.4

31.8

5.7

13.2

5.7

7.0

13.3

4.9

5.0

26.5

15.2

12.3

16.5

-

-

98.8

89.8

(1.0)

(5.3)

(1.4)

(0.8)

3.3

8.3

0.2

0.1

(2.7)

(10.1)

-

-

(9.4)

-

Transfers from Other Funds

-

-

-

-

-

Transfers to Other Funds

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

DISBURSEMENTS:
Departmental Operations:

General State Charges
Total Disbursements
Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts
over Disbursements

OTHER FINANCING SOURCES (USES):

Total Other Financing Sources (Uses)

-

-

Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts and
Other Financing Sources Over
Disbursements and Other Financing Uses

Ending Fund Balance

$

(1.0)

(5.3)

(1.4)

(0.8)

(4.7)

$ (10.0)

$ (11.4)

$ (12.2)

3.3
$

(8.9)

8.3
$

(0.6)

27

0.2
$

(0.4)

0.1
$

(0.3)

$

(2.7)

(10.1)

(3.0)

$ (13.1)

$

-

$

-

(9.4)
$

(13.1)

$

0.9

STATE OF NEW YORK
PRIVATE PURPOSE TRUST FUNDS
STATEMENT OF CASH FLOW
FISCAL YEAR 2013-2014
(amounts in millions)

EXHIBIT M

10 Months Ended Jan. 31
2013

Beginning Fund Balance

APRIL
$ 10.3

2014
$

MAY
10.6

JUNE
$ 11.0

$

JULY
10.7

AUGUST
$
10.7

SEPTEMBER
$
10.8

OCTOBER
$ 10.8

NOVEMBER
$
10.8

DECEMBER JANUARY FEBRUARY
$
10.9
$ 10.9

MARCH
$

2014
10.3

$

2013
10.2

RECEIPTS:
Miscellaneous Receipts

0.3

0.4

(0.3)

0.1

0.1

-

0.1

0.1

-

-

Total Receipts

0.3

0.4

(0.3)

0.1

0.1

-

0.1

0.1

-

-

0.8

0.3

0.8

0.3

Personal Service

-

-

-

0.1

-

-

-

-

-

Non-Personal Service

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

0.1

0.2

0.1

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

0.1

-

-

-

-

0.1

0.1

-

-

-

0.1

-

-

0.1

-

-

0.1

-

-

0.3

0.2

0.3

0.4

(0.3)

-

0.1

-

-

0.1

-

(0.1)

-

-

0.5

0.1

Transfers from Other Funds

-

-

-

-

-

Transfers to Other Funds

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

-

DISBURSEMENTS:
Departmental Operations:

General State Charges
Total Disbursements
Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts
over Disbursements

OTHER FINANCING SOURCES (USES):

Total Other Financing Sources (Uses)

-

-

Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts and
Other Financing Sources Over
Disbursements and Other Financing Uses

Ending Fund Balance

0.3
$

10.6

0.4
$

11.0

(0.3)
$

10.7

$

10.7

0.1
$

10.8

$

10.8

28

$

10.8

0.1
$

10.9

$

10.9

(0.1)
$

10.8

$

-

$

-

0.5
$

10.8

0.1
$

10.3

STATE OF NEW YORK
GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
SUMMARY OF CASH RECEIPTS, DISBURSEMENTS AND
CHANGES IN FUND BALANCES
FOR THE MONTH OF JANUARY 2014
(amounts in millions)

SCHEDULE 1

BALANCE
JAN. 1, 2014
GENERAL FUND
10000-10049-Local Assistance Account
10050-10099-State Operations Account
10100-10149-Tax Stabilization Reserve
10150-10199-Contingency Reserve
10200-10249-Universal Pre-K Reserve
10250-10299-Community Projects
10300-10349-Rainy Day Reserve Fund
10400-10449-Refund Reserve Account
10500-10549-Fringe Benefits Escrow
10550-10599-Tobacco Revenue Guarantee
TOTAL GENERAL FUND
SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS-STATE_
20000-20099-Mental Health Gifts and Donations
20100-20299-Combined Expendable Trust
20300-20349-New York Interest on Lawyer Account
20350-20399-NYS Archives Partnership Trust
20400-20449-Child Performer's Protection
20450-20499-Tuition Reimbursement
20500-20549-New York State Local Government Records
Management Improvement
20550-20599-School Tax Relief
20600-20649-Charter Schools Stimulus
20650-20699-Not-For-Profit Short Term Revolving Loan
20800-20849-HCRA Resources
20850-20899-Dedicated Mass Transportation Trust
20900-20949-State Lottery
20950-20999-Combined Student Loan
21000-21049-Sewage Treatment Program Mgmt. & Administration
21050-21149-EnCon Special Revenue
21150-21199-Conservation
21200-21249-Environmental Protection and Oil Spill Compensation
21250-21299-Training and Education Program on OSHA
21300-21349-Lawyers' Fund for Client Protection
21350-21399-Equipment Loan for the Disabled
21400-21449-Mass Transportation Operating Assistance
21450-21499-Clean Air
21500-21549-New York State Infrastructure Trust
21550-21559-Legislative Computer Services
21600-21649-Biodiversity Stewardship and Research
21650-21699-Combined Non-Expendable Trust
21700-21749-Winter Sports Education Trust
21750-21799-Musical Instrument Revolving
21850-21899-Arts Capital Revolving
21900-22499-Miscellaneous State Special Revenue

$

RECEIPTS

5,794.567
92.090
-

$

0.076
3,989.302
106.659
-

DISBURSEMENTS
$

1,716.337
935.963
1.206
106.659
-

OTHER FINANCING
SOURCES (USES)
$

1,716.261
(811.547)
-

5,886.657

4,096.037

2,760.165

2.258
65.180
9.197
0.226
0.116
6.179

0.002
0.404
0.895
0.003
0.115

0.010
1.062
1.660
0.022
0.021
0.579

(0.017)
(0.148)

0.733
2,318.949
445.045
75.329
287.139
2.903
4.923
1.615
14.567
10.114
1.622
0.004
102.468
4.604
0.001
0.157
0.001
0.002
202.260

0.232
2,318.364
598.687
31.092
148.393
3.351
0.551
10.740
6.001
4.329
3.094
0.700
0.001
0.281
2.283
0.106
933.277

(0.157)
4.837
(0.722)
(1.957)
261.023

3.104
16.185
0.602
251.325
50.021
(255.544)
18.190
(0.923)
(32.961)
98.667
12.621
1.490
7.265
0.530
(438.750)
(19.964)
0.078
10.256
3.485
0.490
0.001
0.808
981.373

29

904.714

BALANCE
JAN. 31, 2014
$

8,036.359
90.884
8,127.243

2.250
64.522
8.432
0.187
0.098
5.567
3.448
16.770
5.439
96.961
94.258
(116.798)
17.742
(1.474)
(38.778)
94.281
20.902
8.510
8.187
0.533
(336.563)
(17.643)
0.079
10.307
3.486
0.490
0.001
0.810
511.379

STATE OF NEW YORK
GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
SUMMARY OF CASH RECEIPTS, DISBURSEMENTS AND
CHANGES IN FUND BALANCES
FOR THE MONTH OF JANUARY 2014
(amounts in millions)

SCHEDULE 1
(continued)

BALANCE
JAN. 1, 2014
SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS-STATE (CONTINUED)
22500-22549-Court Facilities Incentive Aid
22550-22599-Employment Training
22650-22699-State University Income
22700-22749-Chemical Dependence Service
22750-22799-Lake George Park Trust
22800-22849-State Police Motor Vehicle Law Enforcement and
Motor Vehicle Theft and Insurance Fraud Prevention
22850-22899-New York Great Lakes Protection
22900-22949-Federal Revenue Maximization
22950-22999-Housing Development
23000-23049-NYS/DOT Highway Safety Program
23050-23099-Vocational Rehabilitation
23100-23149-Drinking Water Program Management and
Administration
23150-23199-NYC County Clerks' Operations Offset
23200-23249-Judiciary Data Processing Offset
23250-23449-IFR / CUTRA
23500-23549-USOC Lake Placid Training
23550-23599-Indigent Legal Services
23600-23649-Unemployment Insurance Interest and Penalty
23650-23699-MTA Financial Assistance Fund
23700-23750-New York State Commercial Gaming Fund
TOTAL SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS-STATE
SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS-FEDERAL
25000-25099-Federal USDA / Food and Consumer Services
25100-25199-Federal Health and Human Services
25200-25249-Federal Education
25250-25299-Federal DHHS Block Grant
25300-25899-Federal Miscellaneous Operating Grants
25900-25949-Unemployment Insurance Administration
25950-25999-Unemployment Insurance Occupational Training
26000-26049-Federal Employment and Training Grants
TOTAL SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS-FEDERAL
TOTAL SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS
DEBT SERVICE FUNDS
40000-40049-Debt Reduction Reserve
40100-40149-Mental Health Services
40150-40199-General Debt Service
40250-40299-State Housing Debt Service
40300-40349-Department of Health Income
40350-40399-State University Dormitory Income
40400-40449-Clean Water/Clean Air
40450-40499-Local Government Assistance Tax
TOTAL DEBT SERVICE FUNDS

RECEIPTS

15.424
0.049
552.981
19.457
0.338

0.002
430.963
0.191
-

DISBURSEMENTS
1.587
433.853
0.020
0.065

15.036
-

64.365
0.134
0.023
8.402
(5.116)
0.156

11.421
0.005
0.296
0.002

(7.220)
(39.609)
10.285
114.235
0.069
133.278
7.017
84.969
1,750.742

1.788
3.838
0.001
4.482
1.111
193.514
4,121.469

0.373
2.018
1.654
4.843
0.367
0.079
128.277
4,640.216

7.451
1.951
237.297

(44.883)
(132.285)
(48.704)
(23.336)
55.223
1.496
(0.079)
(192.568)

168.766
3,269.511
181.016
351.295
17.606
0.788
16.279
4,005.261

164.144
2,982.356
179.688
261.208
18.530
0.898
17.050
3,623.874

(0.035)
(198.751)
(1.460)
(10.004)
(210.250)

1,558.174

8,126.730

8,264.090

27.047

269.567
23.635
26.259
141.063
35.029
3.338
498.891

67.778
2,088.857
0.110
4.606
10.187
80.736
236.052
2,488.326

0.383
90.154
90.537

30

3.079
0.019
(1.114)
0.250
0.010

OTHER FINANCING
SOURCES (USES)

(50.000)
-

59.357
(718.244)
(0.110)
(9.406)
(28.846)
(73.210)
(237.206)
(1,007.665)

BALANCE
JAN. 31, 2014
13.839
0.049
565.127
19.628
0.273
22.707
0.115
0.023
9.521
(5.070)
0.148
(7.593)
(41.627)
10.419
120.681
0.070
137.393
8.049
152.157
1,469.292
(40.296)
(43.881)
(48.836)
56.747
54.299
1.386
(0.850)
(21.431)
1,447.861

396.319
1,304.094
21.459
122.404
42.555
2.184
1,889.015

STATE OF NEW YORK
GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS
SUMMARY OF CASH RECEIPTS, DISBURSEMENTS AND
CHANGES IN FUND BALANCES
FOR THE MONTH OF JANUARY 2014
(amounts in millions)

SCHEDULE 1
(continued)

BALANCE
JAN. 1, 2014

CAPITAL PROJECTS FUNDS
30000-30049-State Capital Projects
30050-30099-Dedicated Highway and Bridge Trust
30100-30299-SUNY Residence Halls Rehabilitation and Repair
30300-30349-New York State Canal System Development
30350-30399-Parks Infrastructure
30400-30449-Passenger Facility Charge
30450-30499-Environmental Protection
30500-30549-Clean Water/Clean Air Implementation
30600-30609-Energy Conservation Thru Improved Transportation Bond
30610-30619-Park & Recreation Land Acquisition Bond
30620-30629-Pure Waters Bond
30630-30639-Transportation Capital Facilities Bond
30640-30649-Environmental Quality Protection Bond
30650-30659-Rebuild and Renew New York Transportation Bond
30660-30669-Transportation Infrastructure Renewal Bond
30670-30679-1986 Environmental Quality Bond Act
30680-30689-Accelerated Capacity and Transportation
Improvement Bond
30690-30699-Clean Water/Clean Air Bond
30700-30749-State Housing Bond
30750-30799-Outdoor Recreation Development Bond
30900-30949-Rail Preservation and Development Bond
31350-31449-Federal Capital Projects
31450-31499-Forest Preserve Expansion
31500-31549-Hazardous Waste Remedial
31650-31699-Suburban Transportation
31700-31749-Division for Youth Facilities Improvement
31800-31849-Housing Assistance
31850-31899-Housing Program
31900-31949-Natural Resource Damage
31950-32199-DOT Engineering Services
32200-32249-Miscellaneous Capital Projects
32250-32299-CUNY Capital Projects
32300-32349-Mental Hygiene Facilities Capital Improvement
32350-32399-Correction Facilities Capital Improvement
32400-32999-State University Capital Projects
33000-33049-NYS Storm Recovery Fund
TOTAL CAPITAL PROJECTS FUNDS
TOTAL GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS

$

RECEIPTS

DISBURSEMENTS

OTHER FINANCING
SOURCES (USES)

BALANCE
JAN. 31, 2014

(566.119)
103.644
4.210
(51.728)
0.014
60.031
0.164
0.743
3.391
1.992
65.544
4.257
14.948

101.475
191.679
0.494
0.281
12.376
-

279.661
129.757
1.452
8.425
14.115
-

178.186
(89.287)
(7.893)
(0.471)

(593.484)
102.686
4.491
(60.153)
0.014
58.292
0.164
0.743
3.391
1.992
57.651
4.257
14.477

2.837
3.995
(2.541)
0.896
(84.071)
0.505
(6.621)
(13.150)
(102.131)
16.083
(12.787)
34.080
(0.023)
(360.581)
(72.968)
167.276
(9.070)
(797.180)

242.007
8.780
0.008
0.433
3.559
57.485
0.970
(0.001)
619.546

243.275
12.021
2.233
7.500
0.188
0.150
0.578
12.864
16.728
4.962
733.909

(0.440)
1.000
81.095

2.837
3.995
(3.809)
0.896
(87.752)
0.505
(8.854)
(13.150)
(109.631)
15.903
(12.937)
33.935
(0.023)
(369.886)
(32.211)
164.284
(9.071)
(830.448)

7,146.542

$

31

15,330.639

$

11,848.701

$

5.191

$

10,633.671

STATE OF NEW YORK
PROPRIETARY FUNDS
SUMMARY OF CASH RECEIPTS, DISBURSEMENTS AND
CHANGES IN FUND BALANCES
FOR THE MONTH OF JANUARY 2014
(amounts in millions)

SCHEDULE 2

BALANCE
JAN. 1, 2014

FUND TYPE

RECEIPTS

DISBURSEMENTS

OTHER
FINANCING
SOURCES (USES)

BALANCE
JAN. 31, 2014

ENTERPRISE FUNDS
50000-50049-Youth Commissary
50050-50099-State Exposition Special
50100-50299-Correctional Services Commissary
50300-50399-Agency Enterprise
50400-50449-OMH Sheltered Workshop
50450-50499-OPWDD Patient Workshop
50500-50599-Mental Hygiene Community Stores
50650-50699-Unemployment Insurance Benefit
TOTAL ENTERPRISE FUNDS

$

0.205
2.115
3.297
3.216
1.970
1.139
3.611
23.869
39.422

$

0.001
0.199
2.992
0.263
0.091
0.010
0.113
338.685
342.354

$

0.004
0.527
2.714
0.273
0.086
0.064
0.120
286.277
290.065

$

-

$

0.202
1.787
3.575
3.206
1.975
1.085
3.604
76.277
91.711

INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDS
55000-55049-O.G.S. Centralized Services
55050-55099-Agency Internal Service
55100-55149-Mental Hygiene Revolving
55150-55199-Youth Vocational Education
55200-55249-Joint Labor/Management Administration
55250-55299-Audit and Control Revolving
55300-55349-Health Insurance Revolving
55350-55399-Correctional Industries Revolving
TOTAL INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDS

TOTAL PROPRIETARY FUNDS

(36.750)
(57.101)
0.215
0.073
1.786
(3.306)
(17.669)
(17.007)
(129.759)

$

(90.337)

24.582
8.736
0.098
0.001
6.008
1.590
3.722
44.737

$

387.091

32

32.261
24.365
0.012
0.002
0.154
2.045
2.458
6.149
67.446

$

357.511

0.498
1.933
(0.124)
(0.002)
(0.045)
2.260

$

2.260

(43.931)
(70.797)
0.301
0.072
1.632
0.533
(18.539)
(19.479)
(150.208)

$

(58.497)

STATE OF NEW YORK
FIDUCIARY FUNDS
SUMMARY OF CASH RECEIPTS, DISBURSEMENTS AND CHANGES IN FUND BALANCES
FOR THE MONTH OF JANUARY 2014

SCHEDULE 3

(amounts in millions)
BALANCE
JAN. 1, 2014

FUND TYPE

RECEIPTS

DISBURSEMENTS

OTHER
FINANCING
SOURCES (USES)

$

$

BALANCE
JAN. 31, 2014

PENSION TRUST FUNDS
65000-65049-Common Retirement-Administration

$

TOTAL PENSION TRUST FUNDS

(2.968)

$

6.377

16.545

-

$

(13.136)

(2.968)

6.377

16.545

-

(13.136)

2.104
8.751

0.001

0.010
0.011

-

2.094
8.741

10.855

0.001

0.021

-

10.835

PRIVATE PURPOSE TRUST FUNDS
66000-66049-Agriculture Producers' Security
66050-66099-Milk Producers' Security
TOTAL PRIVATE PURPOSE TRUST FUNDS

AGENCY FUNDS
60050-60149-School Capital Facilities Financing Reserve
60150-60199-Child Performer's Holding
60200-60249-Employees Health Insurance
60250-60299-Social Security Contribution
60300-60399-Employee Payroll Withholding Escrow
60400-60449-Employees Dental Insurance
60450-60499-Management Confidential Group Insurance
60500-60549-Lottery Prize
60550-60599-Health Insurance Reserve Receipts
60600-60799-Miscellaneous New York State Agency
60800-60849-Elderly Pharmaceutical Insurance Coverage Escrow
60850-60899-CUNY Senior College Operating
60900-60949-Medicaid Management Information System Escrow
60950-60999-Special Education
61000-61099-State University Collection
61100-61999-SUNY Federal Direct Lending Program

16.405
0.237
348.106
14.706
50.404
7.710
0.658
425.899
0.109
708.236
18.113
37.822
427.062
142.688
(1.066)

TOTAL AGENCY FUNDS

TOTAL FIDUCIARY FUNDS

2,197.089
$

2,204.976

$

33

0.875
0.013
628.292
86.085
324.170
7.061
0.826
65.224
50.470
13.152
220.025
4,306.035
318.863
(85.654)

0.174
394.197
85.468
356.215
7.118
1.028
72.655
37.241
13.190
138.214
4,558.453
-

(7.451)
-

5,935.437

5,663.953

(7.451)

5,941.815

$

5,680.519

$

(7.451)

17.106
0.250
582.201
15.323
18.359
7.653
0.456
418.468
0.109
721.465
18.075
112.182
174.644
461.551
(86.720)
2,461.122
$

2,458.821

STATE OF NEW YORK
SOLE CUSTODY AND INVESTMENT ACCOUNTS
STATEMENT OF CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS
FOR THE MONTH OF JANUARY 2014
(amounts in millions)

FUND TYPE

SCHEDULE 4

BALANCE
JAN. 1, 2014

RECEIPTS

BALANCE
JAN. 31, 2014

DISBURSEMENTS

ACCOUNTS
70000-70049-Tobacco Settlement

$

70050-70149-Sole Custody Investment (*)

$

2,254.436

70200-Comptroller's Refund
TOTAL ACCOUNTS

2.707

$

2,257.143

$

-

$

-

7,996.601

7,896.675

143.082

143.082

8,139.683

$

8,039.757

$

2.707
2,354.362
-

$

2,357.069

(*) Includes Public Asset Fund resources
Chapter 1 of the Laws of 2002 authorized the conversion of Empire Health Choice, d/b/a Empire Blue Cross and Blue Shield from a not-for-profit corporation to a for-profit corporation. Chapter 1 requires, in part, that upon such
conversion, assets representing 95 percent of the fair market value of the not-for-profit corporation be transferred to a fund designated as the "Public Asset Fund" and 5 percent transferred to a Charitable Foundation - as set forth in
(s) 7317 of the Insurance Law. On December 28, 2005, Wellchoice, Inc. (previously known as Empire Blue Cross, Blue Shield) approved a takeover by Wellpoint, Inc. This conversion was also subject to the same Chapter 1
requirements
i
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i i assets
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As of January 31, 2014, $10,030,964.31 (representing the remaining balance of the State's 95 percent share of the fair market value of the not-for-profit corporation plus interest) is on deposit in the sole custody account titled Public
Asset Fund. In accordance with Section 4301(j)(4)(F) and (O) of the Insurance Law and at the direction of the Director of the Budget, these funds are available for transfer to HCRA Resource Fund (20800-20849).

34

STATE OF NEW YORK
DEBT SERVICE FUNDS
STATEMENT OF DIRECT STATE DEBT ACTIVITY
FISCAL YEAR 2013-14

SCHEDULE 5

DEBT ISSUED
DEBT
OUTSTANDING
APRIL 1, 2013

PURPOSE

MONTH OF
JANUARY

DEBT MATURED

10 MONTHS ENDED
JAN. 31, 2014

MONTH OF
JANUARY

INTEREST DISBURSED
DEBT
OUTSTANDING
JAN. 31, 2014

10 MONTHS ENDED
JAN. 31, 2014

MONTH OF
JANUARY

10 MONTHS ENDED
JAN. 31, 2014

GENERAL OBLIGATION BONDED DEBT:
Accelerated Capacity and Transportation Improvements
Clean Water/Clean Air:
Air Quality
Safe Drinking Water
Water
Solid Waste
Environmental Restoration
Energy Conservation Through Improved Transportation:
Rapid Transit and Rail Freight
Environmental Quality Protection (1972):
Air
Land and Wetlands
Water
Environmental Quality (1986):
Land and Forests
Solid Waste Management

Housing:
Low Cost
Middle Income
Park and Recreation Land Acquisition

$

285,132,330.68

$

-

$

-

$

-

$

53,601,590.04

$

231,530,740.64

$

-

$

32,379,687.04
3,455,503.43
466,466,948.26
58,500,765.51
92,867,014.02

-

-

-

7,167,541.82
3,440,000.00
10,982,461.31
5,721,908.68
1,020,358.16

25,212,145.22
15,503.43
455,484,486.95
52,778,856.83
91,846,655.86

9,972,896.88

-

-

-

3,195,741.03

6,777,155.85

-

255,174.13

7,884,529.35
18,101,670.81
67,619,046.38

-

-

-

3,065,267.25
5,980,733.31
18,156,925.48

4,819,262.10
12,120,937.50
49,462,120.90

-

296,070.49
624,128.85
1,815,428.09

26,573,661.90
324,746,087.76

-

-

-

3,200,567.79
20,581,901.72

23,373,094.11
304,164,186.04

28,425,000.00
26,745,000.00

-

-

-

4,765,000.00
4,720,000.00

23,660,000.00
22,025,000.00

828,329.45
64,008.21
9,896,192.80
1,022,904.77
2,174,251.77

373.39
1,212.90

680,144.59
6,763,671.72

-

781,250.00
335,451.00

14,861.27

-

-

-

14,861.27

-

290.26

57,002,922.06

-

-

-

10,717,972.90

46,284,949.16

-

1,592,966.80

2,677,029.95

-

-

-

1,533,033.63

1,143,996.32

-

77,618.00

Rebuild and Renew New York Transportation:
Highway Facilities
Canals and Waterways
Aviation
Rail and Port
Mass Transit - Dept. of Transportation
Mass Transit - Metropolitan Transportation Authority

873,119,380.50
15,279,819.82
56,152,937.84
77,708,185.17
11,239,879.29
951,348,159.43

-

-

-

4,419,984.19
363,893.56
5,205,734.20

868,699,396.31
14,915,926.26
56,152,937.84
77,708,185.17
11,239,879.29
946,142,425.23

-

21,039,245.04
421,902.97
1,167,477.35
1,789,936.29
251,216.47
23,591,017.72

Rebuild New York-Transportation Infrastructure Renewal:
Highways, Parkways, and Bridges
Rapid Transit, Rail, and Aviation

3,412,754.16
12,824,436.79

-

-

-

11,921.39
2,970,462.67

3,400,832.77
9,853,974.12

-

72,958.80
390,567.13

Transportation Capital Facilities:
Aviation
Mass Transportation

13,478,354.46
1,011,136.70

-

-

-

2,309,983.61
892,017.26

11,168,370.85
119,119.44

-

422,145.86
19,000.73

-

$ 174,025,000.00

Pure Waters
Rail Preservation Development

Total General Obligation Bonded Debt

$ 3,524,139,999.46

$

-

$

-

$

35

-

399.00
3,871.78
1,849.90
261.54

9,574,753.11

$

3,350,114,999.46

$

7,968.51

$

85,948,102.40

STATE OF NEW YORK
DEBT SERVICE FUNDS
FINANCING AGREEMENTS
FOR THE TEN MONTHS ENDED JANUARY 31, 2014

SCHEDULE 5a

DEBT
REDUCTION
RESERVE
FUND
(40000-40049)
Special Contractual Financing Obligations:
Payments to Public Authorities:
City University Construction
Dormitory Authority:
Albany County Airport
Consolidated Service Contract Refunding
David Axelrod Institute
Department of Health Facilities
Economic Development Housing
Education
General Purpose
Health Care
Mental Health Facilities
OGS Parking
State Department of Education Facilities
State Facilities and Equipment
SUNY Community Colleges
SUNY Dormitory Facilities
SUNY Educational Facilities
Environmental Facilities Corporation
Housing Finance Agency
Local Government Assistance Corporation
Metropolitan Transportation Authority:
Transit and Commuter Rail Projects
Thruway Authority:
Dedicated Highway & Bridge
Local Highway & Bridge
Transportation
Urban Development Corporation:
Center for Industrial Innovation at RPI
Clarkson University
Columbia Univer. Telecommunications Center
Community Enhancement Facilities Program
Consolidated Service Contract Refunding
Cornell Univer. Supercomputer Center
Correctional Facilities
Economic Development Housing
General Purpose
State Facilities and Equipment
Syracuse University Science and
Technology Center
University Facilities Grant 95 Refunding
Total Disbursements for Special Contractual
Financing Obligations

$

$

-

GENERAL
DEBT
SERVICE
(40151)

$

192,807,631

LOCAL
GOVERNMENT
ASSISTANCE
TAX
(40450-40499)

DEPARTMENT
OF HEALTH
INCOME
(40300-40349)

$

-

$

MENTAL
HEALTH
SERVICES
(40100-40149)

-

$

STATE
UNIVERSITY
DORMITORY
INCOME
(40350-40399)

REVENUE
BOND
TAX
(40152)

-

$

-

$

-

COMBINED TOTALS
10 MONTHS ENDED JAN. 31
2014
2013

$

192,807,631

$

226,694,120

$ INCREASE /
(DECREASE)

$

(33,886,489)

-

275,719
13,353,701
5,598,154
474,125
916,516
28,026,713
116,219,270
2,669,252
26,480,026
-

28,207,983
-

57,621,657

106,084,898
-

69,503,854
164,148,567
428,807,218
2,822,019
65,270
77,419,926
34,206,740
-

-

275,719
13,353,701
5,598,154
28,207,983
69,503,854
164,148,567
428,807,218
2,822,019
106,084,898
474,125
916,516
65,270
28,026,713
116,219,270
80,089,178
60,686,766
57,621,657

325,332
98,474,228
5,578,746
28,183,601
84,660,183
168,583,569
285,455,728
2,911,369
110,626,048
478,125
982,867
269,379
25,349,483
96,525,216
150,671,089
96,506,618
68,562,398
64,500,920

(49,613)
(85,120,527)
19,408
24,382
(15,156,329)
(4,435,002)
143,351,490
(89,350)
(4,541,150)
(4,000)
(66,351)
(204,109)
2,677,230
(96,525,216)
(34,451,819)
(16,417,440)
(7,875,632)
(6,879,263)

-

74,688,583

-

-

-

-

-

74,688,583

74,983,955

(295,372)

-

865,091,442
95,441,800
-

-

-

-

73,893,575

-

865,091,442
95,441,800
73,893,575

892,801,108
101,186,800
65,659,250

(27,709,666)
(5,745,000)
8,234,325

-

946,825
3,719,000
352,814,929
493,000
28,149,222
-

-

-

-

140,065,665
245,933,711
38,798,562

-

946,825
3,719,000
352,814,929
493,000
28,149,222
140,065,665
245,933,711
38,798,562

110,687
1,021,400
3,719,000
343,167,754
493,000
38,743,708
177,836,184
250,328,660
41,819,009

(110,687)
(74,575)
9,647,175
(10,594,486)
(37,770,519)
(4,394,949)
(3,020,447)

-

2,645,675
1,597,519

-

-

-

-

-

2,645,675
1,597,519

2,647,050
1,599,944

(1,375)
(2,425)

-

$ 1,812,409,102

106,084,898

$ 1,275,665,107

$

28,207,983

$

57,621,657

$

36

$

-

$

3,279,988,747

$

3,511,456,528

$

(231,467,781)

SUMMARY OF THE OPERATING FUND INVESTMENTS
FOR THE MONTH OF JANUARY 2014
AS REQUIRED OF THE STATE COMPTROLLER
(amounts in millions)

SCHEDULE 6

FISCAL YEAR
TO DATE

JANUARY 2014

PRIOR FISCAL
YEAR TO DATE
JANUARY 2013

SHORT TERM INVESTMENT POOL*
AVERAGE DAILY INVESTMENT BALANCE**
AVERAGE YIELD**
TOTAL INVESTMENT EARNINGS

$

7,673.8
0.129%
0.958

$

6,225.6
0.148%
7.845

$

Month-End Portfolio Balances
DESCRIPTION
GOVT. AGENCY BILLS/NOTES
REPURCHASE AGREEMENTS
COMMERCIAL PAPER
CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT/SAVINGS
0% COMPENSATING BALANCE CD's

JANUARY 2014
PAR AMOUNT
$
500.0
273.1
5,072.7
4,102.7
4,825.0
$
14,773.5

JANUARY 2013
PAR AMOUNT
$
3,518.7
2,097.4
3,364.4
4,100.0
$
13,080.5

*Pursuant to §98 of the State Finance Law, the State Comptroller is authorized to invest and keep invested all moneys,
in any fund, held by the State. The Short Term investment Pool (STIP) represents an accounting mechanism that allows
for the separate accounting of individual funds (on deposit in State's general checking account) for the purpose
of making short term investments. Pursuant to State Finance Law §4(5) the Short Term Investment Pool is authorized
to temporarily loan to the General Fund-State Operations Account (10050) funds for a period of four months or the end
of the fiscal year, which ever is shorter. However, it must be noted that certain funds are invested as part of
STIP, but are held by the State Comptroller in a fiduciary capacity. Fiduciary fund balances are restricted and may not
be used for any State purposes since moneys in such funds are held by the State in a trustee (or fiduciary) capacity or
as an agent for individuals, private organizations, or non-State governmental units (e.g. local governments, public authorities).
Therefore, Fiduciary fund balances are not available to be temporarily loaned to the General Fund-State Operations
Account. Fiduciary fund balances are presented in Schedules 3 and 4 of this report.
**Does not include 0% Compensating Balance CD's.

SOURCE: PENSION INVESTMENT AND PUBLIC FINANCE
37

6,232.4
0.170%
8.929

STATE OF NEW YORK
HCRA RESOURCES FUND
STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS BY ACCOUNT
FISCAL YEAR 2013-2014

APPENDIX A

2013
APRIL
OPENING CASH BALANCE

$

RECEIPTS:
Cigarette Tax
State Share of NYC Cigarette Tax
STIP Interest
Public Asset Transfers
Assessments
Fees
Rebates
Restitution and Settlements
Miscellaneous
Total Receipts

MAY

17,997,940

$

175,043,010

JUNE
$

JULY

162,693,537

$

AUGUST

18,101,879

$

72,236,110

SEPTEMBER
$

53,339,999

OCTOBER
$

83,019,867

NOVEMBER
$

2014
JANUARY

DECEMBER

64,863,639

$

165,188,082

$

10 Months Ended
January 31, 2014

251,324,716

$

17,997,940

83,696,224
3,798,000
43,439
327,107,157
446,000
1,461
49,000
-

92,842,993
3,832,000
365,066,598
98,000
322,000
-

89,554,269
4,454,000
64,929
344,867,943
1,955,209
49,037
612,000
-

104,213,728
5,214,000
28,378
364,964,258
1,894,141
58,000
113,028

86,686,771
3,712,000
323,227,955
7,047,210
624,000
-

88,993,788
4,184,584
64,247
349,020,467
775,000
748,234
17,337

94,007,257
4,863,000
85,017
374,435,992
1,153,319
7,639,686
-

78,001,135
4,269,000
42,922
338,721,801
(8,273,245)
14,551,288
(3,529,920)
-

93,468,783
3,935,000
48,112
362,264,038
3,488,000
2,292,701
2,444

90,586,274
4,358,000
52,635
345,913,900
738,000
3,395,938
-

902,051,222
42,619,584
429,679
3,495,590,109
9,321,634
20,290,425
6,523,000
132,809

415,141,281

462,161,591

441,557,387

476,485,533

421,297,936

443,803,657

482,184,271

423,782,981

465,499,078

445,044,747

4,476,958,462

DISBURSEMENTS:
Grants
Interest - Late Payments
Personal Service
Non-Personal Service
Employee Benefits/Indirect Costs

254,961,215
2,166
901,489
1,945,312
-

424,991,159
27
840,036
2,526,279
-

572,971,072
314
787,875
10,488,472
1,286,016

409,604,712
341
1,249,213
715,827
-

435,659,813
1,010
840,729
1,409,460
1,134

402,330,789
49
588,843
651,229
877,374

438,517,541
15,127
825,086
4,319,428
-

319,446,374
3,702
841,316
2,169,029
302,336

375,295,617
1,466
1,202,429
1,870,430
478,958

597,557,999
1,787
(25,705)
918,065
234,650

4,231,336,291
25,989
8,051,311
27,013,531
3,180,468

Total Disbursements

257,810,182

428,357,501

585,533,749

411,570,093

437,912,146

404,448,284

443,677,182

322,762,757

378,848,900

598,686,796

4,269,607,590

-

45,000,000
-

-

-

1,306,000

9,029,000

45,241,303
-

-

-

-

90,241,303
10,335,000

286,029
286,029

1,153,563
46,153,563

615,296
615,296

10,000,000
781,209
10,781,209

975,901
2,281,901

646,505
9,675,505

10,000,000
1,422,014
56,663,317

695,781
695,781

513,544
513,544

721,202
721,202

20,000,000
7,811,044
128,387,347

258,096,211

474,511,064

586,149,045

422,351,302

440,194,047

414,123,789

500,340,499

323,458,538

379,362,444

599,407,998

4,397,994,937

OPERATING TRANSFERS:
Transfers to Capital Projects Fund
Transfers to General Fund
Transfers to Revenue Bond Tax Fund
Transfers to Miscellaneous Special Revenue Fund:
Administration Program Account
Empire State Stem Cell Trust Account
Transfers to SUNY Income Fund
Total Operating Transfers
Total Disbursements and Transfers
CLOSING CASH BALANCE

$

175,043,010

$

162,693,537

$

18,101,879

$

72,236,110

$

53,339,999

38

$

83,019,867

$

64,863,639

$

165,188,082

$

251,324,716

$

96,961,465

$

96,961,465

STATE OF NEW YORK
HCRA RESOURCES FUND
STATEMENT OF PROGRAM DISBURSEMENTS
FISCAL YEAR 2013-2014

Program/Purpose
AIDS INSTITUTE PROGRAM
$
COMMUNITY SERVICE PROG- HIGH RISK
HIV CLINICAL & PROVIDER EDUCATION
HIV HEALTH CARE SUPPORTIVE SERVICES
HIV STD HEPATITIS C PREVENTION
INFANTS AND PREGNANT WOMEN
REGIONAL AND TARGETED
CENTER FOR COMMUNITY HEALTH PROGRAM
ADEPHI UNIVRST CANC SPRT PRG
BRST CANCER HOTLINE - ADELPHI
CENTER FOR COMMUNITY HLTH
EVIDENCE BASED CANCER SVC
FAMILY PLANNING
HYPERTENSION PREVENTION TREATMENT
INDIAN HEALTH PROGRAM
LEAD POISONING PREVENTION
MATERNITY & EARLY CHHOOD FOUNDATION
NUTRITION SERVICES/EDUC - PREG WOMEN, CHILDREN
PRENATAL CARE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
PUBLIC HEALTH CAMPAIGN
RAPE CRISIS
SCHOOL BASED HEALTH PROGRAM
STATE AID PHYSICALLY HANICAPPED CHILDREN REHAB
TOBACCO ENFORCEMENT
TUBERCULOSIS
CHILD HEALTH INSURANCE PROGRAM
CHILD HEALTH INSURANCE
COMMUNITY SUPPORT PROGRAM
COMMUNITY SUPPORT
ELDERLY PHARMACEUTICAL INS COVERAGE PRG
EDLERLY PHARMACEUTICAL INSURANCE COV
HEALTH CARE FINANCING PROGRAM
HEALTH CARE FINANCING
HEALTH CARE REFORM ACT PROGRAM
AIDS DRUG ASSISTANCE
AMBULATORY CARE TRAINING
AREA HEALTH EDUCATION CENTER
COMMISSIONER EMERGENCY DISTRIBUTIONS
DIAGNOSTIC & TREATMENT CTR UNCOMPENSATED CARE
DIVERSITY IN MEDICINE
EMPIRE CLINIC RESEARCH INVESTMENT (ECRIP)
HCRA PAYOR / PROVIDER AUDITS
HEALTH FACILITY RESTRUCTURING DASNY
HEALTH WORKFORCE RETRAINING
INFERTILITY SERVICES GRANTS
MEDICAL INDEMNITY FUND
PART 405_4 HOSPITAL AUDITS
PAY FOR PERFORMANCE
PHYSICIAN EXCESS MEDICAL MALPRACTICE
PHYSICIAN LOAN REPAYMENT
PHYSICIAN PRACTICE SUPPORT
PHYSICIAN WORKFORCE STUDIES
POISON CONTROL CENTERS
POOL ADMINISTRATION
ROSWELL PARK CANCER INSTITUTE
RPCI CANC RSRCH OPERATING COSTS
RURAL HEALTH CARE ACCESS
RURAL HEALTH NETWORK
SCHOOL BASED HEALTH CENTERS
SCHOOL BASED HEALTH CLINICS-POOL ADMN
TOBACCO USE PREVENTION/CONTROL
TRNSITION ACCT - PRIOR YEAR ALLOCATION

APPENDIX B

Appropriation
Amount (1)
75,016,000

April - June

July - September

$

$

October - December

10 Months Ending
January 31, 2014 (2)

January

$

$

$

439,794
2,930,093
4,767,306
2,032,154

140,938
793,838
2,372,995
1,282,734

7,587
27,732
71,801

3,936
-

580,732
3,731,518
7,171,969
3,386,689

628,649
3,065,790
60,290
906,705
74,778
(2,742,140)
517,275
1,405,813
42,660
1,435,537
66,516
5,441
213,128

436,262
533,866
61,889
191,731
90,092
25,834
24,157
1,018,034
51,799
550,356
-

879,238
282,901
1,223,033
55,019
23,142
461,190
1,166
-

355,778
718,819
48,792
-

65,999,578

137,615,921

70,925,106

23,132,570

297,673,175

12,000

12,000

-

-

24,000

24,863,459

25,533,490

48,076,969

13,462,531

111,936,449

455,660

457,169

266,138

71,568

1,250,535

1,646,900
910,286
453,838
708,789
3,466,148
8,105
156,253
127,400,000
493,320
866,648
391,200
17,900,000
1,500,000
2,680,091
1,493,217
8,500,591
-

371,819
553,064
383,401
1,095,148
238,000
19,600,000
3,242,740
386,749
165,183
1,250,000
17,900,000
1,500,000
494,439
441,618
1,138,856
-

20,000,000
325,286
53,455,354
179,374
3,125,291
379,100
485,671
346,839
1,010,841
1,185,964
17,900,000
1,500,000
2,397,779
1,785,181
-

10,000,000
141,711
246,259
64,764
277,507
75,000
1,250,000
1,101,365
272,630
2,614,895
5,287,800
-

30,000,000
838,816
2,199,964
1,293,687
53,909,192
1,095,148
1,126,163
19,600,000
10,080,438
773,954
706,688
127,400,000
1,117,666
2,117,672
2,500,000
1,577,164
53,700,000
4,500,000
6,673,674
3,992,646
2,614,895
5,287,800
9,639,447
-

181,286,529
2,299,927
3,599,656
122,179
1,381,337
74,778
(800,288)
711,178
1,431,647
89,959
2,914,761
119,481
555,797
213,128

997,038,800
75,000
375,655,000
9,217,600
1,587,540,764

39

STATE OF NEW YORK
HCRA RESOURCES FUND
STATEMENT OF PROGRAM DISBURSEMENTS
FISCAL YEAR 2013-14

Program/Purpose
MEDICAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
BREAST & CERVICAL CANCER
DISABLED PERSONS
FAMILY HEALTH PLUS
FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE
HOME HEALTH RATE INCREASE
INPATIENT NURSING HOME PHARMACIES
MEDICAID INDIGENT CARE
MEDICAL ASSISTANCE
NYC MEDICAID
PHYSICIAN SERVICES
PRIMARY CARE CASE MANAGEMENT
PSNL CRE WRKR RECR & RETEN NYC (3)
PSNL CRE WRKR RECR & RETEN ROS (4)
SUPPLEMENTAL MEDICAL INSURANCE
OFFICE OF HEALTH INSURANCE PROGRAM
OFFICE OF HEALTH INSURANCE
OFFICE OF HEALTH SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT
OFFICE HEALTH SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT
OFFICE OF LONG TERM CARE
ADULT HOME INITIATIVE
ENABLE AIR CONDITIONING
ENABLE QUALITY OF LIFE
QUALITY PROG ADULT CARE FACILITIES
TOTAL
Transfer to the General Fund - State Purposes Account
(for administration of the program)
Reclass of SUNY Hospital Disprop Share to Transfer
Reconciling Adjustment (P-Card and T-Card)
TOTAL APPROPRIATED AMOUNT

APPENDIX B
(continued)

$

Appropriation
Amount (1)
27,441,842,000

April - June

July - September

$

$
2,100,000
23,500,000
342,300,000
195,304,450
146,400,000
124,700,000
85,200,000
2,000,000
68,000,000

October - December
$

308,088,000
533,128,000
192,379,667
-

10 Months Ending
January 31, 2014 (2)

January
$

$

721,000,000
196,546,073
-

472,000,000
67,243,256
-

2,100,000
23,500,000
650,388,000
1,726,128,000
651,473,446
146,400,000
124,700,000
85,200,000
2,000,000
68,000,000

246,637

72,112

1,404,360

12,819,800
1,097,350

(11,739)

51,940,100
7,399,327

2,831,054

3,777,315

909,163

14,916,859

1,273,756,999

1,256,369,104

1,147,947,727

599,350,456

4,277,424,286

(2,054,888)
(679)
1,271,701,432 $

(2,403,615)
(34,966)
1,253,930,523 $

(2,631,339)
(27,549)
1,145,288,839 $

(721,202)
57,542
598,686,796 $

(7,811,044)
(5,652)
4,269,607,590

19,526,540

30,751,958,133
89,000

$

30,752,047,133

$

(1) Includes amounts appropriated in SFY 2013-14, as well as prior year appropriations that were reappropriated.
(2) Disbursements from the HCRA Resource Fund includes direct grant payments to program beneficiaries, services and expenses
for administration of grant programs, and transfers to the Public Goods Pool to finance payments made by the State’s fiscal agent.
(3) Full title is: NYC Personal Care Workforce Recruitment and Retention Rates Grants.
(4) Full title is: Personal Care Workforce Recruitment and Retention Rates Grants.

40

STATE OF NEW YORK
SCHEDULE OF DISBURSEMENTS OF FEDERAL AWARDS - JANUARY 2014
AMERICAN RECOVERY AND REINVESTMENT ACT OF 2009(*)

Federal
CFDA No.
Education
10.579
11.557
45.025
84.033
84.063
84.384
84.385
84.386
84.387
84.388
84.389
84.390
84.391
84.392
84.394
84.395
84.397
84.398
84.399
84.410
93.407

Federal Agency
Department of Agriculture
Department of Commerce
National Endowment for the Arts
Department of Education
Department of Education
Department of Education
Department of Education
Department of Education
Department of Education
Department of Education
Department of Education
Department of Education
Department of Education
Department of Education
Department of Education
Department of Education
Department of Education
Department of Education
Department of Education
Department of Education
Health and Human Services

Energy and Environment
10.086
Department of Agriculture
10.688
Department of Agriculture
66.039
Environmental Protection Agency
66.040
Environmental Protection Agency
66.454
Environmental Protection Agency
66.458
Environmental Protection Agency
66.468
Environmental Protection Agency
66.805
Environmental Protection Agency
81.042
Department of Energy
81.122
Department of Energy
Food and Nutrition Services
10.568
Department of Agriculture
93.705
Health and Human Services
93.707
Health and Human Services

APPENDIX C

Program

January

Child Nutrition Discretionary Grants Limited Availability
Broadband Technology Opportunities Program (BTOP)
Promotion of the Arts - Partnership Agreements
Federal Work-Study Program
Federal Pell Grant Program
Statewide Data Systems, Recovery Act
Teacher Incentive Fund, Recovery Act
Education Technology State Grants, Recovery Act
Education for Homeless Children and Youth, Recovery Act
School Improvement Grants, Recovery Act
Title I Grants to Local Education Agencies, Recovery Act
Rehabilitation Services - Vocational Rehabilitation Grants to States, Recovery Act
Special Education Grants to States, Recovery Act
Special Education - Preschool Grants, Recovery Act
State Fiscal Stabilization Fund (SFSF) - Education State Grants, Recovery Act
State Fiscal Stabilization Fund (SFSF) - Race-to-the-Top Incentive Grants, Recovery Act
State Fiscal Stabilization Fund (SFSF) - Government Services, Recovery Act
Independent Living State Grants, Recovery Act
Independent Living Services for Older Individuals Who are Blind, Recovery Act
Education Jobs Fund
ARRA - Scholarships for Disadvantaged Students
Total Education
Aquaculture Grants Program (AGP)
Recovery Act of 2009: Wildland Fire Management
National Clean Diesel Emissions Reduction Program
State Clean Diesel Grant Program
Water Quality Management Planning
Capitalization Grants for Clean Water State Revolving Funds
Capitalization Grants for Drinking Water State Revolving Funds
Leaking Underground Storage Tank Trust Fund Corrective Action Program
Weatherization Assistance for Low-Income Persons
Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability, Research, Development and Analysis
Total Energy and Environment

93.725
93.778
94.006

Health and Human Services
Health and Human Services
Corporation for National and
Community Service

808,995.17
18,810.28
2,101,295.18
8,359,570.06
11,288,670.69
247,785.57
247,785.57

$

5,824,761.24
10,057,887.00
399,900.00
2,102,760.00
147,198,591.00
10,519,586.44
5,242,274.70
53,551,200.24
6,039,255.00
185,360,162.11
906,803,696.00
25,694,044.00
755,867,980.05
34,302,395.00
2,468,557,791.00
308,987,586.52
527,364,018.81
856,884.00
2,297,731.00
616,479,620.00
411,249.00
6,073,919,373.11
7,611.86
763,000.00
1,000,000.00
1,635,086.95
4,132,731.39
432,564,200.00
86,811,000.00
9,212,000.00
395,584,963.84
991,153.73
932,701,747.77

-

4,891,302.00
2,042,446.00
4,148,718.00
11,082,466.00

Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants & Children (WIC)
State Administrative Matching Grants for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program
WIC Grants To States (WGS)
Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing Program (Recovery Act Funded)

-

5,468,978.00
24,402,283.00
4,172,768.48
26,951,329.00

Special Education - Grants for Infants and Families, Recovery Act
Child Support Enforcement
Foster Care- Title IV-E
Adoption Assistance
ARRA - Head Start
ARRA - Immunization
ARRA - Child Care and Development Block Grant
ARRA - Emergency Contingency Fund for Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)
State Programs
ARRA - Communities Putting Prevention to Work: Chronic Disease Self-Management Program
Medical Assistance Program (FMAP) *
AmeriCorps

-

26,406,387.04
101,131,818.69
53,978,181.00
60,062,684.00
5,577,399.87
4,275,750.26
96,785,640.00
723,023,290.00

Emergency Food Assistance Program (Administrative Costs)
Aging Home-Delivered Nutrition Services for States
Aging Congregate Nutrition Services for States
Total Food and Nutrition Services

Health and Social Services
10.557
Department of Agriculture
10.561
Department of Agriculture
10.578
Department of Agriculture
14.257
Department of Housing and Urban
Development
84.393
Department of Education
93.563
Health and Human Services
93.658
Health and Human Services
93.659
Health and Human Services
93.708
Health and Human Services
93.712
Health and Human Services
93.713
Health and Human Services
93.714
Health and Human Services

$

Life-to-Date

Total Health and Social Services

41

11,868,178.69
-

1,166,708.33
13,833,658,644.93
6,672,738.91

11,868,178.69

14,973,734,601.51

STATE OF NEW YORK
SCHEDULE OF DISBURSEMENTS OF FEDERAL AWARDS - JANUARY 2014
AMERICAN RECOVERY AND REINVESTMENT ACT OF 2009(*)

Federal
CFDA No.
Housing
84.397
93.710

Federal Agency

APPENDIX C

(continued)

Program

January

Life-to-Date

-

21,875,000.00
85,384,063.91
107,259,063.91

Department of Education
Health and Human Services

State Fiscal Stabilization Fund (SFSF) - Government Services, Recovery Act
ARRA - Community Services Block Grant

Department of Labor
Department of Labor
Department of Labor
Department of Labor
Department of Labor
Department of Labor
Department of Labor

Employment Service/Wanger-Peyser Funded Activities
Unemployment Insurance
Senior Community Service - Employment Program
Workforce Investment Act - Adult Program
Workforce Investment Act - Youth Activities
Workforce Investment Act - Dislocated Workers
Program of Competitive Grants for Worker Training and Placement in High Growth and
Emerging Industry Sectors

Public Protection
11.558
12.401
16.588
16.800
16.801
16.802
16.803

Department of Commerce
Department of Defense
Department of Justice
Department of Justice
Department of Justice
Department of Justice
Department of Justice

206,122.99

91,784,603.58

Transportation
20.205
20.319
20.509

Department of Transportation
Department of Transportation
Department of Transportation

Highway Planning and Construction
High-Speed Rail Corridors and Intercity Passenger Rail Service – Capital Assistance Grants
Formula Grants for Other Than Urbanized Areas
Total Transportation

527,076.38
3,768,042.84
4,295,119.22

931,206,707.17
22,786,819.90
22,030,505.28
976,024,032.35

$
Total Housing

$

Labor
17.207
17.225
17.235
17.258
17.259
17.260
17.275

35,098,339.25
-

22,855,217.00
16,644,472,599.20
1,539,762.38
31,516,111.00
71,526,360.00
70,633,412.47
1,112,175.14

Total Labor

35,098,339.25

16,843,655,637.19

State Broadband Data and Development Grant Program
National Guard Military Operations and Maintenance (O&M) Projects
Violence Against Women Formula Grants
Recovery Act - Internet Crimes against Children Task Force Program (ICAC)
Recovery Act - State Victim Assistance Formula Grant Program
Recovery Act - State Victim Compensation Formula Grant Program
Recovery Act - Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) Program/
Grants to States and Territories
Total Public Protection

206,122.99
-

3,910,737.66
7,416,726.40
7,274,394.35
1,618,399.10
1,788,999.08
2,828,986.58
66,946,360.41

TOTAL ARRA DISBURSEMENTS
(*)On February 17, 2009, President Obama signed into law the American Recovery and Reinvestmen
Act of 2009 (ARRA). This Act contains provisions for direct Federal aid for fiscal relief consisting
of increases in the Federal matching rate for eligible State Medicaid expenditures and funds provided
through the Federal State Fiscal Stabilization Fund to restore proposed reductions in education,
higher education, and to maintain essential government services.

42

$

63,004,216.41

$

40,010,161,525.42

APPENDIX D
STATE OF NEW YORK - STATEMENT OF CASH FLOW - PUBLIC GOODS POOL
FISCAL YEAR 2013-2014

1st Quarter
April - June
OPENING CASH BALANCE

$

RECEIPTS:
Patient Services
Covered Lives
Provider Assessments
1% Assessments
DASNY- MOE/Recast receivables
Interest Income
Unassigned

124,515,602.03

$

690,352,345.43
262,987,900.91
16,925,008.23
83,044,211.00
58,210.29
(272,849.92)

Total Receipts

1,053,094,825.94

DISBURSEMENTS:
Program Disbursements:
Poison Control Centers
School Based Health Center Grants
ECRIP Distributions
Total Disbursements
Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts over Disbursements
OTHER FINANCING SOURCES (USES):
Transfers from Other Pools:
Medicaid Disproportionate Share
Health Facility Assessment Fund - Hospital Quality Contribution
Transfers From State Funds:
HCRA Resources Fund
Total Other Financing Sources
Transfers to Other Pools:
Medicaid Disproportionate Share
Health Facility Assessment Fund
Transfers to State Funds:
HCRA Resources Fund
Indigent Care Fund (matched)
Indigent Care Fund (non-matched)
Total Other Financing Uses

$

2014
JANUARY

2013-2014

282,434,991.00

$ 280,255,995.30

$

124,515,602.03

759,572,516.88
295,298,492.26
22,707,634.47
82,760,095.00
68,027.92
20.00

687,863,840.93
263,523,190.14
25,412,744.83
87,269,350.00
60,378.74
90.00

209,397,119.69
85,387,275.18
6,250,486.45
25,578,963.91
20,590.15
20,234,619.00

2,347,185,822.93
907,196,858.49
71,295,873.98
278,652,619.91
207,207.10
19,961,879.08

1,160,406,786.53

1,064,129,594.64

346,869,054.38

3,624,500,261.49

(1,250,000.00)
110,000.00

-

(1,250,000.00)
(5,287,800.00)
-

(2,500,000.00)
(5,287,800.00)
110,000.00

-

(1,140,000.00)

-

(6,537,800.00)

(7,677,800.00)

1,053,094,825.94

1,159,266,786.53

1,064,129,594.64

340,331,254.38

3,616,822,461.49

13,295.00
9,382,546.00

9,272,095.00

9,111,436.00

1,377.00
2,989,754.00

14,672.00
30,755,831.00

9,395,841.00

1,250,000.00
10,522,095.00

9,111,436.00

6,537,800.00
9,528,931.00

7,787,800.00
38,558,303.00

-

(837,289,689.10)
(195,311,076.39)
(4,439,147.98)
(1,037,039,913.47)

-

(840,762,772.95)
(194,687,340.42)
(1,870,132.66)
(1,037,320,246.03)

25,450,753.47
$

149,966,355.50

3rd Quarter
October-December

-

-

Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts and Other Financing Sources
over Disbursements and Other Financing Uses
CLOSING CASH BALANCE

2nd Quarter
July-September

(875,065,988.71)
(198,304,178.36)
(2,049,859.27)
(1,075,420,026.34)

132,468,635.50

149,966,355.50

$

Source: HCRA - Office of Pool Administration

43

282,434,991.00

(2,178,995.70)
$

280,255,995.30

-

-

(277,252,530.38)
(68,026,428.48)
(634,583.47)
(345,913,542.33)

(2,830,370,981.14)
(656,329,023.65)
(8,993,723.38)
(3,495,693,728.17)

3,946,643.05
$ 284,202,638.35

159,687,036.32
$

284,202,638.35

APPENDIX E
STATE OF NEW YORK - STATEMENT OF CASH FLOW - MEDICAID DISPROPORTIONATE SHARE
FISCAL YEAR 2013-2014

1st Quarter
April-June
OPENING CASH BALANCE
RECEIPTS:
Interest Income
Total Receipts

$

2nd Quarter
July-September

328.56

$

3rd Quarter
October-December

708.56

2,164.78
2,164.78

$

2,092.73
2,092.73

368.57

2014
JANUARY
$

1,795.05
1,795.05

357.59

2013-2014
$

372.09
372.09

328.56
6,424.65
6,424.65

DISBURSEMENTS:
Program Disbursements:
Indigent Care
High Need Indigent Care
Other
Total Program Disbursements

(192,219,654.38)
(1,235,155.42)
(193,454,809.80)

(191,706,521.45)
1,222.03
(191,705,299.42)

(195,272,777.90)
(142,342.75)
(195,415,120.65)

(64,806,446.94)
1,255.37
(64,805,191.57)

(644,005,400.67)
(1,375,020.77)
(645,380,421.44)

Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts over Disbursements

(193,452,645.02)

(191,703,206.69)

(195,413,325.60)

(64,804,819.48)

(645,373,996.79)

OTHER FINANCING SOURCES (USES):
Transfers from Other Pools:
Public Goods Pool
Health Facility Assessment Fund
Transfers From State Funds:
HCRA Resources Indigent Care - Matched
HCRA Resources Indigent Care - Unmatched
HCRA Resources Indigent Care - ATB
Federal DHHS Fund
Other
Total Other Financing Sources

97,655,538.20
2,120,022.45
(3,923,238.04)
97,655,538.19
193,507,860.80

Transfers to Other Pools:
Public Goods Pool
Health Facility Assessment Fund
Transfers to State Funds:
HCRA Resources Fund Indigent Care Acct
Total Other Financing Uses

380.00
708.56

$

Source: HCRA - Office of Pool Administration

44

-

(2,432.72)
(2,432.72)

(1,806.03)
(1,806.03)

(339.99)

(10.98)

368.57

-

99,152,089.18
1,096,101.01
(3,985,158.72)
99,152,089.18
195,415,120.65

-

(1,784.78)
(54,835.78)

$

-

97,343,670.21
930,337.07
(3,912,378.07)
97,343,670.21
191,705,299.42

(13,295.00)
(39,756.00)

Excess (Deficiency) of Receipts and Other Financing
Sources over Disbursements and Other Financing Uses
CLOSING CASH BALANCE

-

$

357.59

-

34,013,214.24
316,664.05
(1,366,886.96)
34,013,214.24
66,976,205.57

328,164,511.83
4,463,124.58
(13,187,661.79)
328,164,511.82
647,604,486.44

(1,377.00)
(13,637.00)

(14,672.00)
(53,393.00)

(357.59)
(15,371.59)

(6,381.12)
(74,446.12)

2,156,014.50
$

2,156,372.09

2,156,043.53
$

2,156,372.09

APPENDIX F
SUMMARY OF OFF-BUDGET SPENDING REPORT
(amounts in thousands)

2013
APRIL
DORMITORY AUTHORITY:
Education - All Other
Education - EXCEL
Department of Health - All Other
CEFAP
Regional Development:
CCAP/RESTORE
Multi-modal
GenNYsis
CUNY Senior Colleges
CUNY Community Colleges
SUNY Dormitories
Upstate Community Colleges
Mental Health
Developmental Disabilities
Alcoholism & Substance Abuse
Brooklyn Court Officer Training Academy
TOTAL DORMITORY AUTHORITY:

$

EMPIRE STATE DEVELOPMENT CORP:
Regional Development:
Centers of Excellence
CCAP
Empire Opportunity
CEFAP
State Facilities and Equipment
TOTAL EMPIRE STATE DEVELOPMENT CORP:
THRUWAY AUTHORITY:
CHIPS
SHIPS
Marchiselli
Multi-modal
TOTAL THRUWAY AUTHORITY:
TOTAL OFF-BUDGET:

$

2013
MAY

16
2,880
6
90

$

2013
JUNE

96
4,330
22
-

$

2013
JULY

124
7,516
27
90

$

2013
AUGUST

85
3,206
26
36

$

2013
SEPTEMBER

112
1,374
43
156

$

154
20,040
248
104

726
36
1,009
25,183
1,301
12,130
5,197
8,540
2,207
50
375
59,746

546
225
883
23,511
1,782
9,751
8,131
22,709
1,296
103
319
73,704

730
27,098
1,644
12,705
5,351
4,959
4,497
117
561
65,419

587
398
30,640
2,757
12,465
2,977
21,679
1,672
134
492
77,154

218
36,558
353
10,758
3,045
9,343
1,351
183
7
63,501

644
38,525
3,068
16,343
6,513
19,917
3,210
576
794
110,136

113
113

-

-

125
125

-

300
1,205
1,505

-

43
43

23,535
25,806
49,341

-

1,391
1,391

125,074
16,446
141,520

73,747

$ 114,760

64,892

$ 253,161

59,859

$

$

77,279

$

2013
OCTOBER

$

157
7,022
189
-

2013
NOVEMBER

$

483
25,583
2,165
10,758
10,931
14,753
2,160
364
1,212
75,777

(65)
(65)

$

75,712

$

30
2,260
4
198

2013
DECEMBER

$

2014
JANUARY

2014
FEBRUARY

2014
MARCH

2013-2014
TOTAL

46
3,389
79
-

752
52,053
4,080
6,606
5,899
13,880
2,297
227
26
88,312

224
35,538
1,989
7,241
5,869
13,237
2,818
5,133
15
75,578

27
27

11
1,391
1,402

4
379
383

204,994
9,983
214,977

88,722

$ 291,957

$

-

-

-

-

$

-

$

-

$

820
52,017
644
674

-

4,910
261
2,290
294,689
19,139
98,757
53,913
129,017
21,508
6,887
3,801
689,327

-

511
1,391
1,205
3,107

-

353,603
4
52,235
1,813
407,655

-

$

1,100,089

The Division of the Budget (DOB) is responsible for organizing and presenting the above schedule of ‘Off Budget Spending’. Such reported disbursements are drawn from unaudited financial data provided by
public authorities. Although the Office of the State Comptroller (OSC) has no reason to believe this information to be unreliable, it is important to note that these program disbursements are financed with public
authority bond proceeds deposited directly into public authority accounts and all disbursements are made without any oversight by the OSC. Therefore, and pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 60, §16, of the
Laws of 2006; this schedule is provided for information only.

45

APPENDIX G

Schedule of Month-End Temporary Loans Outstanding
January 31, 2014
Temporary  Loans  are  authorizations  enacted  by  the  Legislature  to  allow  certain  funds/accounts  to  make  appropriated  (cash)  payments  where  the 
funds/accounts do not have sufficient (available) cash on deposit to make such payments.  Such loans are made from the State's Short‐Term Investment 
Pool (STIP) and are intended to satisfy temporary cash flow needs whenever scheduled disbursements exceed available revenues during the fiscal year.  
Generally temporary loans are repaid from the first cash receipts of the fund/account.  Temporary Loans are authorized pursuant to Subdivision 5 of 
Section 4 of the State Finance Law and yearly legislation.  
It is the prudent and proper practice of the State Comptroller’s Office to reduce the (spendable) cash balance of appropriated fund balances at the time 
that  checks  and  electronic  payments  are  issued.    The  concept  of  monitoring  ‘spendable  funds’  is  employed  by  the  State  Comptroller  in  the  Statewide  
Financial System to ensure that all disbursements (including checks and electronic payments that are future dated) do not exceed the cash available to 
finance ongoing payments made from the State Treasury.  Therefore, the amount of Temporary Loans (from the short‐term investment pool) reflects the 
spendable fund balance, reduced for certain local assistance payments made in the reporting month that had a check or electronic payment date in the 
following month.  The temporary loan balances for the all funds reflect the ‘actual’ fund cash balances as of the close of business on the last day of the 
reporting  month  and  are  not  adjusted  for  future‐dated  check  and  electronic  payments.    Furthermore,  tax  receipts  remitted  to  the  State  on  the  last 
business day of the month are drawn into the State Treasury on the first business day of the next month.  These final tax receipts are reported by the 
Department  of  Tax  and  Finance  as  tax  collections  for  the  reporting  month  but  have  no  impact  on  the  month‐end  temporary  loan  balance  since  such 
receipts  were  not  available  until  the  first  business  day  of  the  next  month.  Post‐closing  adjustments  are  taken‐on  to  the  State’s  cash‐basis  financial 
statements to count future dated payments in the month of the check or electronic payment and tax revenues in the month that these were received.  
Please refer to Schedule 1 for a detailed analysis of the ‘reported’ cash balances of the fund groups.

46

APPENDIX G
(continued)

Office of the State Comptroller
Schedule of Month-End Temporary Loans Outstanding
SFS Fund
10050

30051
30101
30102
30103
30104
30105
30106
30107
30108
30109
30110
30111
30112
30113
30114
30115
30116
30117
30118
30119
30120
30121
30122
30123
30124
30125
30126
30127
30128
30129
30130
30131
30132
30133
30134
30135
30136
30137
30138
30139
30140
30141
30142
30143
30144
30145
30146
30147
30148
30149
30150
30151
30152
30153
30154
30351
30501
30502
30503
30504
31506
31701
31801
31851
31852
31853
31854
31951
32204
32213

ACCOUNT TITLE
GENERAL FUND
State Operations and Local Assistance
TOTAL GENERAL FUND
CAPITAL PROJECT AND BOND REIMBURSABLE FUNDS
HIGHWAY AND BRIDGE CAPITAL
REHAB/REPAIR MARITIME
D21RVE- MARITIME
D36RVE- CENTRAL ADMIN
RESIDENCE HALL CAMPUS LET BOND PROCEEDS
REHAB/REPAIR ALBANY
D01RVE- ALBANY
REHAB/REPAIR BINGHAMTON
D07RVE- BINGHAMTON
REHAB/REPAIR BUFFALO UNIVERSITY
D28RVE- SUNY BUFFALO
REHAB/REPAIR STONYBROOK
D13RVE- STONYBROOK
REHAB/REPAIR BROOKLYN
D14RVE - HSC BROOKLYN
REHAB/REPAIR SYRACUSE
D15RVE- HSC SYRACUSE
REHAB/REPAIR BROCKPORT
D02RVE- BROCKPORT
REHAB/REPAIR BUFFALO COLLEGE
D03RVE -SUB BUFFALO
REHAB/REPAIR CORTLAND
D04RVE- CORTLAND
REHAB/REPAIR FREDONIA
D05RVE- FREDONIA
REHAB/REPAIR GENESEO
D06RVE- GENESEO
REHAB/REPAIR OLD WESTBURY
D31RVE- OLD WESTBURY
REHAB/REPAIR NEW PALTZ
D08RVE- NEW PALTZ
REHAB/REPAIR ONEONTA
D09RVE- ONEONTA
REHAB/REPAIR OSWEGO
D10RVE- OSWEGO
REHAB/REPAIR PLATTSBURGH
D11RVE- PLATTSBURGH
REHAB/REPAIR POTSDAM
D12RVE- POTSDAM
REHAB/REPAIR PURCHASE
D29RVE- PURCHASE
REHAB/REPAIR FOR UTICA/ROME
D27RVE- CAMPUS RESERVE
REHAB/REPAIR ALFRED
D22RVE- ALFRED
REHAB/REPAIR CANTON
D23RVE- CANTON
REHAB/REPAIR COBLESKILL
D24RVE- COBLESKILL
REHAB/REPAIR DELHI
D25RVE- DELHI
REHAB/REPAIR FARMINGDALE
D26RVE- FARMINGDALE
REHAB/REPAIR MORRISVILLE
D27RVE- MORRISVILLE
STATE PARK INFRASTRUCTURE
CW/CA IMPLEMENTATION DEC
CW/CA IMPLEMENTATION STATE
CW/CA IMPLEMENTATION ERDA
CW/CA IMPLEMENTATION EFC
HAZARDOUS WASTE CLEAN UP
YOUTH FACILITIES IMPROVEMENT
HOUSING ASSISTANCE
HOUSING PROG FD-HSG TR FD CORP
HOUSING PROG FD AFFORD HSG CORP
HOUSING PROG FD-DEPT OF SOCIAL SERVICES
HOUSING PROG FD-HFA
HIGHWAY FAC PURPOSE
CLEAN AIR CAPITAL
NY RACING ACCOUNT

October 31, 2013
$

November 30, 2013
-

$

December 31, 2013
-

594,291,078.83
480,644.50
474,381.18
43,702,063.99
169.29
74,054,398.44
13,859,117.71
17,314,858.05
56,796,740.33
43,871,934.30
89,907,661.85
12,718,612.43
-

712,195,362.77
565,162.56
474,439.72
55,034,768.48
169.29
84,412,455.97
15,154,491.54
17,314,858.05
56,796,740.33
43,871,934.30
89,907,661.85
12,719,151.82
-

47

$

Change
-

678,176,458.40
570,626.21
51,727,768.60
169.29
94,755,168.51
6,621,495.20
13,150,846.05
40,917,672.63
78,426,775.58
12,787,452.18
-

$

January 31, 2014
-

(918,515.53)
8,425,327.51
2,661,268.12
2,232,027.94
7,500,000.00
150,176.00
-

$

-

(10)

677,257,942.87 (8)
570,626.21
60,153,096.11
169.29
97,416,436.63
8,853,523.14
13,150,846.05
40,917,672.63
85,926,775.58
12,937,628.18
-

APPENDIX G
(continued)

Office of the State Comptroller
Schedule of Month-End Temporary Loans Outstanding
SFS Fund
32301
32302
32303
32304
32305
32306
32307
32308
32309
32310
32311
32351
32352
33001

20451
20452
20501
20810
20812
20818
20901
20904
21001
21002
21053
21061
21065
21066
21067
21077
21080
21081
21082
21084
21087
21201
21202
21203
21204
21205
21401
21402
21451
21452
21902
21903
21905
21907
21909
21911
21912
21913
21919
21937
21943
21945
21950
21959
21962
21964
21971
21978
21979
21983
21989
21992
22003
22004
22006
22007
22009
22011

ACCOUNT TITLE
OPWDD-STATE FACILITIES PRE 12/99
DSAS-COMMUINTY FACILITIES
OMH-COMMUNITY FACILITIES
OPWDD-COMMUNITY FACILITIES
OASAS - COMMUNITY FACILITIES
DASNY - OMH ADMIN
DASNY - OPWDD ADMIN
DASNY - OASAS ADMIN
OMH -STATE FACILITIES
OPWDD -STATE FACILITIES
OASAS -STATE FACILITIES
CORR. FACILITIES CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
DOCS-REHABILITATION PROJECTS
STORM RECOVERY ACCOUNT
TOTAL CAPITAL AND BOND REIMBURSABLE FUNDS
STATE SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS
TUITION REIMBURSEMENT FUND
VOCATIONAL SCHOOL SUPERVISION
LOCAL GOVERNMENT RECORDS MGMT
CHILD HEALTH INSURANCE
HOSPITAL BASED GRANTS PROGRAM
EPIC PREMIUM ACCOUNT
LOTTERY-EDUCATION
VLT EDUCATION
ENVIR FAC CORP ADM ACCT
ENCON ADMIN ACCT
WASTE MGMT & CLEANUP
HAZARDOUS BULK STORAGE
FEDERAL GRANTS INDIRECT COST RECOVERY ACCOUNT
ENCON-LOW LEVEL RADIOACTIVE WASTE SITING
ENCON-RECREATION
PUBLIC SAFETY RECOVERY ACCOUNT
ENCON CONSERVATIONIST MAGAZINE ACCT
ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATORY
NATURAL RESOURCES ACCOUNT
MINED LAND RECLAMATION ACCT
GREAT LAKES RESTORATION INITIATIVE
AUDIT AND CONTROL OIL SPILL
HEALTH DEPT OIL SPILL
DEPT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION OIL SPILL
OIL SPILL COMPENSATION
LICENSE FEE SURCHARGES
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS
METROPOLITAN MASS TRANSPORTATION
OPERATING PERMIT PROGRAM
MOBILE SOURCE
HEALTH-SPARC'S
OPWDD PROVIDER OF SERVICE
NYS THRUWAY AUTHORITY
MENTAL HYGIENE PROGRAM
MENTAL HYGIENE PATIENT INCOME ACCOUNT
FINANCIAL CONTROL BOARD
RACING REGULATION ACCOUNT
RACING REGULATION ACCOUNT
CYBER SECURITY UPGRADE
SU DORM INCOME REIMBURSE
ENERGY RESEARCH ACCOUNT
CRIMINAL JUSTICE IMPROVEMENT
FINGERPRINT IDENTIFICATION & TECH ACCOUNT
ENV LAB REF FEE
CLINICAL LAB FEE
PUBLIC EMP REL BOARD
CABLE TELEVISION
INDIRECT COST RECOVERY
HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY PROGRAM
RAIL SAFETY INSPECTION
MULTI - AGENCY TRAINING ACCOUNT
CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE ACCT
BELL JAR COLLECTION ACCOUNT
INDUSTRY AND UTILITY SERVICE
REAL PROPERTY DISPOSITION
PARKING ACCOUNT
ASBESTOS SAFETY TRAINING
PUBLIC SERVICE

October 31, 2013

November 30, 2013

December 31, 2013

Change

82,951,397.39
172,609,584.94
25,614,733.93
3,088,860.03
39,890.45
76,321,563.98
1,719,278.34
11,110.01
57,473,678.33
8,085,989.69
1,516,363,283.77

83,811,320.24
167,958,479.94
26,260,332.60
3,088,860.03
39,890.45
90,733,747.68
1,920,524.07
11,110.01
72,956,899.00
9,069,625.48
1,432,985,222.15

1,187,708.66
2,341,850.00
3,157,275.92
335,049.25
(40,757,031.46)
1,084.89
(12,820,765.51)

84,674,333.43
169,428,210.94
27,448,041.26
5,430,710.03
39,890.45
93,891,023.60
2,255,573.32
11,110.01
32,199,867.54
9,070,710.37
1,421,634,187.64

134,859,617.00
11,629,553.60
1,083,298,632.84
103,288.24
4,729,071.96
4,095,181.30
12,422,955.33
417,413.76
34,077,246.10
22,038,505.52
518,718.51
129,284.63
10,814,592.21
19,972,653.26
451,455.21
641,730.50
99,389,649.47
6,003,761.62
254,304.58
4,272,948.83
16,647,873.10
541,535.49
12,124,006.43
1,310,916.42
16,543,176.65
4,732,604.26
60,125.21
399,951.47
113,881.72
-

157,876,793.15
141,601.05
23,236,426.10
949,179,733.25
657,453.14
5,370,463.86
4,244,253.19
11,439,508.61
1,407,172.57
29,709,377.68
21,610,436.44
668,041.07
165,102.74
11,678,778.24
9,582,007.57
225,891,130.45
20,382,087.80
2,281,656.73
761,713.45
109,756,816.44
6,003,761.62
27,934,097.46
603,996.24
3,750,988.62
17,340,449.08
445,219.37
12,124,006.43
1,786,393.93
20,869,538.88
2,485,857.53
469,779.12
40,972.53
227,035.14
-

61,446,860.95
1,245,874.75
792,539,146.59
923,797.79
6,317,147.38
4,459,997.35
11,087,942.16
1,407,298.47
24,753,797.68
21,850,040.73
742,297.52
214,225.78
12,856,390.59
7,358,634.86
667,384,136.94
17,741,884.06
2,221,520.21
123,738,641.52
6,003,761.62
8,162,378.83
775,043.92
4,339,456.67
18,769,841.15
4,682,949.25
12,124,006.43
1,967,061.16
21,314,639.00
4,903,268.03
82,621.31
629,966.61
82,629.19
118,690.25
-

(61,446,860.95)
718,903.09
8,172,888.09
(158,888,618.92)
550,478.17
686,669.78
408,070.16
119,489.56
16,766.31
2,439,807.33
(21,177.55)
148,905.60
14,468.26
2,300,550.41
(7,358,634.86)
(242,386,092.90)
(913,936.30)
(1,406,310.71)
10,957,632.85
176,380,749.70
(435,894.20)
1,056,658.11
506,896.82
(4,207,484.99)
1,860,000.00
304,021.00
(1,966,795.77)
(4,903,268.03)
13,031.79
329,661.28
43,156.42
20,392.26
-

1,964,777.84
8,172,888.09
633,650,527.67
1,474,275.96
7,003,817.16
4,868,067.51
11,207,431.72
1,424,064.78
27,193,605.01
21,828,863.18
891,203.12
228,694.04
15,156,941.00
424,998,044.04
16,827,947.76
815,209.50
134,696,274.37
6,003,761.62
184,543,128.53
339,149.72
5,396,114.78
19,276,737.97
475,464.26
13,984,006.43
2,271,082.16
19,347,843.23
95,653.10
959,627.89
125,785.61
139,082.51
-

48

863,013.19
-

January 31, 2014

82,291,700.71
169,173,899.07
24,959,309.99
3,088,860.03
39,890.45
69,061,552.09
1,452,595.00
11,110.01
37,184,510.08
8,084,995.11
1,342,820,083.44

APPENDIX G
(continued)

Office of the State Comptroller
Schedule of Month-End Temporary Loans Outstanding
SFS Fund
22016
22032
22034
22036
22039
22046
22053
22054
22055
22056
22062
22063
22065
22078
22085
22087
22090
22094
22100
22130
22133
22135
22144
22149
22151
22156
22158
22168
22176
22654
22802
23001
23101
23102
23151

25000-25099
25100-25199
25200-25249
25250-25299
25300-25899
31351
31354
31350-31449
25901-25905
25950
26001
26002

ACCOUNT TITLE
CAPACITY CONTRACTING
BATAVIA SCHOOL FOR THE BLIND
INVESTMENT SERVICES
SURPLUS PROPERTY ACCOUNT
FINANCIAL OVERSIGHT
REGULATION INDIAN GAMING
ROME SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF
DSP-SEIZED ASSETS
ADMINISTRATIVE ADJUDICATION
FEDERAL SALARY SHARING
NYC ASSESSMENT ACCT
CULTURAL EDUCATION ACCOUNT
EXAMINATION & MISC REV
LOCAL SERVICE ACCOUNT
DHCR MORTGAGE SERVICES
DMV-COMPULSORY INS PRGM
HOUSING INDIRECT COST RECOVERY
ACCIDENT PREVENTION COURSE PROGRAM
DHCR-HOUSING CREDIT AGENCY APPLY FEE
LOW INCOME HOUSING CREDIT MONITORING
PROCUREMENT OPPORTUNITY NEWSLETTER
EFC-CORPORATION ADMINISTRATION
MONTROSE VETERAN'S HOME
MOTOR FUEL QUALITY ACCOUNT
DEFERRED COMPENSATION ADMIN
RENT REVENUE OTHER - NYC
RENT REVENUE
TAX REVENUE ARREARAGE ACCOUNT
OGS-SOLID WASTE MGMT
S.U. NON-RESIDENT REV. OFFSET
STATE POLICE MV ENFORCE
DOT - HIGHWAY SAFETY PRGM
EFC DRINKING WATER PROGRAM
DOH DRINKING WATER PROGRAM
NYCCC OPERATING OFFSET
TOTAL STATE SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS
FEDERAL FUNDS
FEDERAL USDA/FOOD AND NUTRITION SERVICES FUND
FEDERAL HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES FUND
FEDERAL EDUCATION GRANTS FUND
FEDERAL BLOCK GRANT FUND
FEDERAL OPERATING GRANTS FUND
MILITARY AND NAVAL AFFAIRS
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
FEDERAL CAPITAL PROJECTS FUND (ALL OTHER)
UI ADMINISTRATION
FEDERAL UNEMPLOYMENT INS OCCUPATIONAL TRAINING
DOL WORKFORCE INVESTMENT ACT
DOL FEDERAL GRANTS
TOTAL FEDERAL FUNDS

60201
60901

AGENCY FUNDS
EMPLOYEES HEALTH INSURANCE ACCT
MMIS - STATE & FEDERAL
TOTAL AGENCY FUNDS

50051
50318

ENTERPRISE FUND
STATE FAIR RECEIPTS FUND
OGS CONVENTION CENTER ACCOUNT
TOTAL ENTERPRISE FUND

55001
55002
55003
55004
55005
55006
55007
55008
55009
55010
55011

INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDS
CENTRALIZED SERVICES-FLEET MGMT
CENTRALIZED SERVICES-DATA PROCESSING
CENTRALIZED SERVICES-PRINTING
CENTRALIZED SERVICES-REAL PROPERTY-LABOR
CENTRALIZED SERVICES-DONATED FOODS
CENTRALIZED SERVICES-PERSONAL PROPERTY
CENTRALIZED SERVICES-CONSTRUCTION SERVICES
CENTRALIZED SERVICES-PASNY
CENTRALIZED SERVICES-ADMIN SUPPORT
CENTRALIZED SERVICES-DESIGN & CONSTR
CENTRALIZED SERVICES-INSURANCE

October 31, 2013

November 30, 2013

December 31, 2013

Change

January 31, 2014

8,444,101.81
2,334.02
191,471.86
54,421,567.35
1,816,478.38
8,523,765.75
4,438,260.82
1,873,313.66
3,307,242.19
4,317,164.52
26,836.98
24,720,583.77
597,512.62
35,976,669.40
4,961,116.03
6,465,221.78
34,401,445.82
1,697,079,721.98

8,900,856.84
741,874.04
55,086,809.74
2,183,970.70
7,578,486.39
6,315,524.28
130,037.36
22,506.81
1,808,288.70
4,620,711.73
118,480.84
26,809,646.99
606,097.92
35,976,669.40
4,775,855.19
6,804,322.68
36,320,865.63
1,878,923,654.72

10,058,561.72
1,025,822.68
54,898,764.57
3,066,974.75
9,842,142.26
1,610,026.65
295,445.54
1,135,186.30
117,003.30
2,308,409.97
5,034,255.62
160,251.82
33,391,861.42
583,433.20
35,990,046.30
5,116,437.69
7,220,966.84
39,609,491.45
2,053,711,030.83

448,616.17
(458,839.41)
466,855.47
433,126.68
(9,842,142.26)
2,493,957.08
360,630.05
679,837.74
192,397.59
330,328.61
243,545.12
89,021.42
(2,753,298.34)
4,796.20
4,789.51
(46,091.38)
371,895.60
2,017,914.04
(281,848,538.30)

10,507,177.89
566,983.27
55,365,620.04
3,500,101.43
4,103,983.73
656,075.59
1,815,024.04
309,400.89
2,638,738.58
5,277,800.74
249,273.24
30,638,563.08
588,229.40
35,994,835.81
5,070,346.31
7,592,862.44
41,627,405.49
1,771,862,492.53

15,839,218.88
73,532,770.63
53,205,286.99
131,528,779.96
7,951,771.06
96,411,054.19
7,344,085.35
1,260,646.22
29,723.25
387,103,336.53

31,428,561.58
190,626,321.25
244,552,304.61
97,529,022.02
7,957,909.06
80,391,569.36
8,499,379.62
1,259,710.47
1,284,745.42
663,529,523.39

50,326,125.78
393,790,693.94
49,859,112.11
167,638,975.71
8,088,014.06
24,819,162.48
8,803,544.16
1,263,714.47
786,370.88
705,375,713.59

(4,649,663.91)
(284,773,159.82)
81,841.70
(76,557,021.66)
(801,433.78)
(1,887,856.23)
256,647.99
(4,325.89)
63,851.11
(368,271,120.49)

45,676,461.87
109,017,534.12
49,940,953.81
91,081,954.05
7,286,580.28
22,931,306.25
9,060,192.15
1,259,388.58
850,221.99
337,104,593.10

-

-

174,849.07
174,849.07

86,906.28
86,906.28

1,456,649.62
225,287.39
2,750,057.78
368,809.45
1,709,155.88
4,759,844.47
13,881,091.92
1,739,752.62

1,495,489.77
425,103.05
2,663,561.33
723,020.15
955,744.93
4,736,336.79
20,679,826.05
1,732,492.22

49

-

-

-

-

-

-

1,163,928.82
596,093.82
2,767,039.70
918,069.17
1,015,338.40
4,856,753.66
19,032,208.63
1,630,379.95
1,531,385.90

(177,322.01)
27,994.85
(311,446.27)
129,903.24
222,036.17
126,633.31
1,750,831.55
(1,630,379.95)
40,100.17

986,606.81
624,088.67
2,455,593.43
1,047,972.41
1,237,374.57
4,983,386.97
20,783,040.18
1,571,486.07

(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(8)
(7)
(6)

(9)

APPENDIX G
(continued)

Office of the State Comptroller
Schedule of Month-End Temporary Loans Outstanding
SFS Fund
55012
55013
55014
55015
55016
55017
55018
55019
55020
55021
55022
55052
55053
55055
55056
55057
55058
55059
55060
55061
55062
55063
55065
55066
55067
55069
55070
55071
55072
55073
55201
55251
55252
55300
55301
55350

ACCOUNT TITLE
CENTRALIZED SERVICES-SECURITY CARD ACCESS
CENTRALIZED SERVICES-COP'S
CENTRALIZED SERVICES-FOOD SERVICES
CENTRALIZED SERVICES-HOMER FOLKS
CENTRALIZED SERVICES-IMMICS
DOWNSTATE WAREHOUSE
BUILDING ADMINISTRATION
LEASE SPACE INITIATIVE
OGS ENTERPRISE CONTRACTING ACCT
NYS MEDIA CENTER
BUSINESS SERVICES CENTER
ARCHIVES RECORD MGMT I.S.
FEDERAL SINGLE AUDIT
CIVIL SERVICE LAW:SEC. 11 ADMIN
CIVIL SERVICE EHS OCCUP HEALTH PROG
BANKING SERVICES ACCOUNT
CULTURAL RESOURCE SURVEY
NEIGHBOR WORK PROJECT
AUTOMATIC/PRINT CHARGBACKS
OFT NYT ACCT
DATA CENTER ACCOUNT
HUMAN SVCE TELECOM ACCT
OPWDD COPY CENTER ACCOUNT
CYBER SECURITY INTRUSION ACCT
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE GRANT
CENTRALIZED TECHNOLOGY SERVICES
LEARNING MGMT SYSTEM
LABOR CONTACT CENTER ACCT
HUMAN SERVICES CONTACT CENTER ACCT
TAX CONTACT CENTER ACCT
JOINT LABOR MANAGEMENT ADMIN
EXECUTIVE DIRECTION INTERNAL AUDIT
CIO INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY CENTRALIZED SERVICES
HEALTH INSURANCE INTERNAL SERVICE
CIVIL SERVICE EMPLOYEE BENEFITS DIV ADM
CORR INDUSTRIES INTERNAL SERVICE
TOTAL INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDS

GRAND TOTAL - TEMPORARY LOANS OUTSTANDING

October 31, 2013
26,961.54
224,945.22
70,962.86
40,578,884.76
534,051.37
437,802.33
1,906,366.39
10,065,624.36
2,250,377.30
22,411,292.00
1,448,612.39
111,272.42
30,334.19
166,232.38
1,521,456.12
3,302,041.04
16,333,938.19
13,682,957.70
141,994,761.69

$

3,569,172,752.71 $

November 30, 2013
26,961.54
120,799.24
2,685,535.73
43,106,675.28
798,571.34
22,729.48
2,213,302.40
9,957,393.41
2,350,788.35
32,321,505.77
1,448,612.39
135,939.12
730,484.37
86,754.55
265,267.93
1,961,932.34
4,420,969.24
16,818,474.90
16,292,158.07
169,176,429.74

4,228,079,797.90 $

December 31, 2013
26,961.54
374,192.60
39,713,437.21
258,510.19
863,181.28
1,843.07
2,667,430.84
9,907,593.41
4,674,768.16
48,647,946.01
632,236.06
1,419,159.45
145,920.07
4,804,441.17
159,576.96
489,242.36
2,202,888.21
1,102,618.49
17,569,264.21
99,838.59
17,007,024.13
186,279,272.06

4,378,351,238.63 $

Temporary Loans are authorized pursuant to Subdivision 5 of Section 4 of the State Finance Law and Chapter 57, Part HH, Section 1 and 1A, of the Laws of 2013-14.
The loans represent authorizations made by the Legislature to allow certain funds/accounts to make appropriated payments regardless of the fund (cash) balance.
Such loans are made from the State's Short-Term Investment Pool (STIP) and are intended to satisfy temporary cash shortfalls whenever scheduled disbursements
exceed available revenues during the fiscal year. Generally, temporary loans are repaid from the first cash receipts of the fund or account; however, in some cases actual
revenues are not sufficient to repay all loans made to the fund or account and a transfer from the General Fund "Repayment of Receivables" appropriation is approved by the Budget Director.
NOTE:
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)

Includes all negative cash balance funds within fund 25000-25099.
Includes all negative cash balance funds within fund 25100-25199.
Includes all negative cash balance funds within fund 25200-25249.
Includes all negative cash balance funds within fund 25250-25299.
Includes all negative cash balance funds within fund 25300-25899.
Includes all negative cash balance funds within fund 25901-25905.
Includes all other negative cash balance funds within fund 31350-31449.
The Fund 31354 temporary loan balance includes $69.8 million of costs previously disallowed by the Federal Highway Administration.
These costs are systematically being transferred to Fund 30051 based upon a realignment plan with the Department of Transportation.
A total of $33.5 million will be transferred to Fund 30051 on or before March 31, 2014.
(9) Except for DOT-Highways (see note 8), temporary loans to federal funds are typically reimbursed within 2-3 days. Such loans are made pursuant to federal
regulations which require the State to disburse funds prior to making a reimbursement claim from the U.S. Treasury.
(10) Per Section 72 of the State Finance Law, the General Fund includes the Local Assistance Fund 10000 and State Purpose Fund 10050.

Change
(231,949.34)
12,383,501.11
117,789.08
(378,759.40)
141,796.81
389,734.30
(457,272.93)
(3,970,862.22)
4,180,583.64
591,140.00
104,076.38
24,389.00
3,600,270.07
304,458.80
110,652.05
406,850.64
(1,102,618.49)
485,416.22
384,332.85
2,472,317.69
19,734,197.32

(643,206,226.98) $

January 31, 2014
26,961.54
142,243.26
52,096,938.32
376,299.27
484,421.88
143,639.88
3,057,165.14
9,450,320.48
703,905.94
52,828,529.65
1,223,376.06
1,523,235.83
170,309.07
8,404,711.24
464,035.76
599,894.41
2,609,738.85
18,054,680.43
484,171.44
19,479,341.82
206,013,469.38

3,736,614,742.65

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