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  1. The U.S. national debt grows at a rate of 45.486 dollar per second! Watch the live debt clock 2022. Watch it live...

  2. The National Debt Clock is a billboard-sized running total display that shows the United States gross national debt and each American family's share of the debt. It is currently installed on the western side of One Bryant Park, west of Sixth Avenue between 42nd and 43rd Streets in Manhattan, New York City. It was the first debt clock installed ...

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  4. Jan 15, 2020 · To help you understand what you’re looking at, they’ve broken their clock into sections that cover debt, revenues, key budget items, unfunded debt/interest, money creation, trade, assets and unfunded liabilities. For clarity, unfunded refers to obligations that do not have sufficient funds set aside to pay the debt.

  5. US Debt Clock - sources and methods. The U.S. Department of the Treasury, Bureau of the Public Debt on its TreasuryDirect website, Debt to the Penny section, publishes - every business day by 3 PM - the Public Debt amount that was outstanding at the end of the previous business day. The system relies on reporting entities (for example, Federal ...

  6. Our true national debt calculation is estimated using data provided by the U.S. Treasury Department and the Social Security and Medicare trustees. Each year we update our calculation to include the assets and liabilities reported in the most recently issued Financial Report of the U.S. Government as of the federal fiscal year end, September 30.

  7. Apr 17, 2021 · At the moment, our national debt exceeds $28 TRILLION — about 80% held as public debt and the rest as intragovernmental debt. That is $225,000 per taxpayer. Federal annual spending this year is almost $8 trillion, and more than half of that is deficit spending — piling on the national debt. If that sounds like a big number, it isn’t the ...

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