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2007 New York State Yearbook Banner Section E: State Government Finances and Employment

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    Information on the New York State government — including expenditures; tax revenue; fee revenue; Lottery revenue; space leasing; debt; capital projects; public retirement; and State and local employment.

    Highlights

  • Per capita expenditures by New York State and its local governments has increased 31 percent from $7,937 in 1995-96 to $10,430 in 2001-02.
  • New York State had $98.8 billion in total receipts in fiscal year 2003.
  • New York State collected $18.8 billion in personal income tax in fiscal year 2005, up approximately $3 billion, or 19 percent, from fiscal year 2004.
  • New York State collected $936 million in cigarette taxes in fiscal year 2005, up approximately $288 million, or approximately 44 percent, from fiscal year 2000.
  • New York State collected $2.1 billion in lottery revenue on approximately $6.3 billion of lottery sales in fiscal year 2005.
  • New York State paid $225 million in rent for approximately 14 million square feet of leased space in 2006.
  • New York State had approximately $47 billion in state-related debt in fiscal year 2006, up $8.3 billion, or approximately 22 percent, since fiscal year 2000.
  • The New York State public employee retirement systems held $128 billion in net assets as of March 31, 2005.
  • New York had approximately 160 thousand state government employees in January 2006.
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Direct Expenditure Per Capita of State and Local Governments, US by State:  Fiscal Years 1995-96 — 2001-02

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General Fund Cash Flow, Actual, NYS: Fiscal Year 2004-05

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Relative Contribution to State Government Receipts by Source, NYS: Fiscal Years 1972-73 — 2002-03

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State Taxes, US by State: Fiscal Year 2005

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State Taxes by Tax to Income Ratio and Rank, US by State: Selected Fiscal Years 1992-2001

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General Fund Receipts from Selected Taxes and Fees Deposited to the Department of Audit and Control, NYS: Selected Fiscal Years 1919-20 — 2004-05

Footnotes  
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Bank Tax Collections by Type of Bank, NYS: Fiscal Years 1977-78 — 2004-05

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Corporation Tax Liability by Industry, NYS: Corporate Tax Years Ending December 1, 2001-November 30, 2002

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Cigarette Tax Collections, NYS: Fiscal Years 1977-78 — 2004-05

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Estate Tax Collections, NYS by County: Fiscal Year 2004-05

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Motor Fuel Tax Collections and Taxable Gallons by Type of Fuel, NYS: Fiscal Years 1977-78 — 2004-05

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Motor Vehicle Registration Fees, Driver License Fees, and Other Fees — Collections and Net Revenue, NYS: 1975-2005

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Personal Income Tax Liability, Reported Income, Deductions, and Exemptions, NYS: Selected Income Years 1960-2002

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Personal Income Tax Liability, Reported Income, and Taxable Status of Returns Filed, NYS by County of Residence: Income Year 2002

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Full Year Resident Taxable Returns by New York Adjusted Gross Income Class, NYS: Income Year 2002

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Selected Tax Filing, Structure, and Taxpayer Statistics for Resident Taxpayers, NYS: 2001 and 2002

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NYS Earned Income Tax Credit: 1994-2005

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NYS Earned Income Tax Credit Claims by Place of Residence: 2003 Tax Year

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Sales and Use Tax Rates and Distributions and Other Locally Imposed Taxes, NYS: Fiscal Year 2004-05

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Real Estate Transfer Tax Collections, NYS by County: Fiscal Year 2004-05

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Mortgage Tax Collections, NYS by County: Fiscal Year 2004-05

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Revenues from Selected Types of Licenses Issued by the Department of State, NYS: 2003-04

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Revenues from Selected Fees Collected by the Department of State, NYS: 2002-04

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Revenue from Use of Selected State-Owned Facilities, NYS: Fiscal Years 2000-01 — 2003-04

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Revenue Generated from Real Estate Development Transactions, NYS: Fiscal Years 1998-99 — 2004-05

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Revenue Generated from Disposition of Surplus State Personal Property, NYS: Fiscal Years 1998-99 — 2004-05

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Lottery Revenue, Sales by Type of Game and Prizes Paid, NYS: Fiscal Years 1976-77 — 2004-05

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Revenues from Summer Recreational Facilities Operated by the Department of Environmental Conservation, NYS: Selected Fiscal Years 1964-65 — 2002-03

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Revenues from State Parks and Historic Sites, NYS by Region: Fiscal Years 1998-99 — 2004-05

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Revenues from Thoroughbred and Harness Racing, NYS: 1999-2004

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Total Bets Placed at Regional Off-Track Betting Corporation Sites, NYS: 2001-04

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Attendance and Betting Dollars at Thoroughbred and Harness Tracks, NYS: 2001-04

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Revenues, Expenditures and Other Financing Sources (Uses) — All Governmental Funds, NYS: Fiscal Years 1985-86 — 2004-05

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Revenues, Expenditures and Changes in Fund Balance (Deficit) Accounts — General Fund, NYS: Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 2005

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Revenues and Other Financing Sources — All Governmental Funds, NYS: Fiscal Years 1995-96 — 2004-05

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Expenditures — All Governmental Funds, NYS: Fiscal Years 1995-96 — 2004-05

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Space Leased by State Government, by Type of Space, NYS by County: 2006

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Space Leased by New York State Government by Type of Space, NYS: 1996-2004

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State-Supported and State-Related Debt Per Capita, NYS: Fiscal Years 1996-97 — 2006-07

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State-Supported and State-Related Debt Compared to Personal Income, NYS: Fiscal Years 1996-97 — 2006-07

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General Obligation Debt of State Government, NYS: As of March 31, 2005

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Estimated Debt Service Requirements on State-Supported Debt, NYS: As of March 31, 2005

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Capital Projects Financed by Selected Public Authorities, NYS: Specified Dates

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Outstanding State-Related Debt, NYS: 2004-06

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Non-General Obligation Governmental and Business–Type Activity Debt, NYS: Various Years

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Principal and Interest Payments for Governmental Activity Capital Leases, NYS: 2006-30

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Professional Service and Construction Contracts Awarded to Minority-Owned and Women-Owned Business Enterprises by the State Office of General Services, NYS: 2001-04

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Commodity Services and Technology Contracts Awarded to Resident Vendors, Minority Business Enterprises and Small Businesses by the State Office of General Services, NYS: 1998-2004

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NYS Department of Transportation Construction Contract Awards by Major Category, NYS: Fiscal Years 2003-04 — 2005-06

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Public Employees' Retirement Systems — Net Assets, NYS: As of March 31, 2005

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General Obligation Debt, NYS: As of March 31, 2006

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Acreage and Market Value of Taxable State-Owned Lands, NYS by County: 2005

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State and Local Government Employment and Average Earnings, US by State: 1993 and 2003

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Work Force in State Government by Geographic Location, NYS: January 2002-January 2006

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Work Force in State Government by Agency, NYS: January 2006

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New York State and Local Retirement System, Net Assets Available for Benefits, Contributions and Benefits Paid, NYS: 1999-2005

E-57

Public Employment Relations Board Activities, NYS: Fiscal Years 2001-02 — 2005-06

Figures  
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Percent of Resident Taxpayers, NYAGI and Tax Liability by NYAGI Class in 2002

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Total NYS Earned Income Tax Credit Claimants: 1999-03

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Total NYS Earned Income Tax Credit Claimed: 1999-03

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State Government Employees by Counties and Major Cities, NYS: January 2006

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Employment Trends in the Ten Largest Agencies, NYS: 1990 and January 2006

Glossary  
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