A quarterly cash report for New York City. At the close of FY 2022 (on June 30, 2022), the City recorded the end-of-year cash balance of $8.159 billion, compared to $8.469 billion a year ago. Daily cash balances during FY22 averaged $7.524 billion, $831 million below the prior year’s number.
Fiscal Year 2023 begins in a period of significant economic uncertainty. There are meaningful signs of continued recovery from the pandemic, with jobs at 96% of pre-pandemic levels, tourism and Broadway rebounding, record numbers of new business applications, and tax revenues coming in...
In accordance with the requirements of the New York State Municipal Assistance Corporation Act and the New York State Financial Emergency Act, the City of New York is required to submit monthly financial reports.
The Capital Budget as adopted by the City Council by program and source. The Adopted Capital Budget is presented by unit of appropriation within agency with a programmatic description of each unit of appropriation.
The City Charter requires that the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) publish documentation of forecasting methodologies used for projecting tax revenues for those taxes which account for five percent or more of total City tax revenues.
Details by borough and service district the expense budgets of agencies that deliver local services. The Geographic Report includes fiscal and headcount information for the Executive Budget as well as current modified budget and headcount data.
The Expense Budget is presented by unit of appropriation within agency with programmatic description of each unit of appropriation. The Revenue Budget lists revenue categories by agency. The Contract Budget provides a categorization of contractual service.