By the end of the year, the federal government will be running a deficit of $5.7 billion.
It’s going to hit a big snag.
As the economy is slowly recovering, the government is hoping to run an additional $6 billion surplus by 2020.
But with the economy already recovering, that means the government’s projected 2018-2019 budget deficit is $5 billion.
The 2018-19 federal budget deficit for the next fiscal year will be $5,921 million, which would represent a $3.9 billion surplus.
The federal government’s 2018- 2019 budget deficit will be around $5 million higher than the $4.9 million deficit the government ran in 2018-2017.
The 2019 budget will be about $2.4 billion less than the 2017 budget, which was more than double the $1.5 billion deficit that was predicted for 2019.
The biggest impact is likely to come from the increase in taxes.
The federal government is proposing an increase of 5.2% in the federal tax rate from 5.1% to 6.9%.
That will bring the overall federal tax burden up to around $8,700 for individuals and $9,200 for married couples, according to the Congressional Budget Office.
It also means the federal deficit will jump by $1 billion.
If the federal budget continues to slide, it could mean a very challenging winter for many Americans.
With the government running a budget deficit, the weather can be very harsh and it can cause many businesses to close.
Some businesses may have to close temporarily or move operations out of the state.
But the federal budgets forecasts that it will be relatively mild for the winter.
If temperatures stay relatively cool, there could be a significant drop in snowfall in the Midwest and Northeast.
The budget will also have to grapple with an increase in the government funding for Medicare, Social Security and other programs.
The deficit in 2018 was projected to be $10.3 billion, but the budget has since narrowed that to $7.6 billion.
The budget also had to balance its books in 2020, so it will have to reduce its overall deficit in 2021 and in 2022, too.
The government will have $7 billion in 2019-20.
The government also has to balance the budget in 2022-2022.
If it doesn’t, it will see its borrowing costs rise, which could be harmful for the economy.
The Department of Homeland Security will have another $2 billion in its 2017 budget.
The department is in charge of building, managing and maintaining U.S. borders.
It will have about $9.5 million in funding in 2018.
The Office of Management and Budget, which will be responsible for running the federal programs, will have a budget of $8.935 billion in 2018, up from $8 billion in 2017.
That will leave $535 billion for the government to spend over the next four years.
The Budget Committee will also be tasked with determining the 2018-2021 national budget.
It has a budget for 2019 of $2,854 billion, up $3 billion from last year.
The committees budget for the two years running up to the 2021 election will be calculated by subtracting the $2 trillion from the federal debt, which the Budget Committee has estimated will be at $16.9 trillion.
If you’re interested in the 2019 Budget, you can find out how to find out about it here.