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How much larger are the federal government's debts, liabilities, and unfunded obligations than its annual revenues?

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Balanced against the value of its commercial assets, the federal government had $103.7 trillion in debts, liabilities, and unfunded obligations at the close of its 2019 fiscal year. This shortfall amounts to 29 times federal revenues in 2019, or $806,181 for every household in the United States. These figures don't include any of the government's C-19-related spending, which has all occurred since then.

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