Bureau of Economic Analysis
National Income and Product Accounts Table

Comparison of Personal Saving in the NIPAs with Personal Saving in the FFAs
[Billions of dollars]   
Today is: 8/31/2015   Last Revised on August 27, 2015  Next Release Date September 25, 2015
Line    1988 
I
 1988 
II
 1988 
III
 1988 
IV
 1989 
I
 1989 
II
 1989 
III
 1989 
IV
  Derivation of personal saving from the NIPAs:
1   Personal income4,153.84,227.84,318.94,404.94,532.74,587.64,643.04,716.1
2   Less: Personal current taxes502.1497.8506.7517.2552.9566.7571.6579.8
3   Equals: Disposable personal income (DPI)3,651.73,730.03,812.33,887.73,979.84,021.04,071.54,136.3
4   Less: Personal outlays3,374.43,436.53,507.93,583.83,644.03,711.43,769.63,817.5
5   Equals: Personal saving277.3293.5304.4303.8335.8309.5301.9318.8
  Derivation of personal saving from the
    FFAs\1\:
6   Net acquisition of financial assets------------------------
7   Plus: Net investment in tangible assets------------------------
8   Less: Net increase in liabilities------------------------
9      Mortgage debt on nonfarm homes------------------------
10      All other liabilities2 ------------------------
11   Plus: Net capital transfers paid, NIPAs------------------------
12   Less: Net investment in consumer durable
       goods
------------------------
13   Equals: Personal saving, without
       consumer durables
------------------------
14Difference in personal saving, NIPAs minus
    FFAs
------------------------
  Addenda:
15   Net Worth of households and nonprofit
       organizations, FFAs (not seasonally
       adjusted)3
------------------------
16   Personal consumption expenditures (PCE),
       NIPAs
3,249.03,309.03,378.33,451.33,506.13,569.53,625.63,670.1
17   Personal saving rate, percent of DPI,
       NIPAs
7.67.98.07.88.47.77.47.7
18   Personal saving rate, percent of DPI, FFAs------------------------
19   Ratio of net worth (FFAs) to DPI------------------------
20   PCE as a percent of DPI------------------------

Bureau of Economic Analysis
National Income and Product Accounts Table

Comparison of Personal Saving in the NIPAs with Personal Saving in the FFAs
[Billions of dollars]   
Today is: 8/31/2015   Last Revised on August 27, 2015  Next Release Date September 25, 2015
Line    1990 
I
 1990 
II
 1990 
III
 1990 
IV
 1991 
I
 1991 
II
 1991 
III
 1991 
IV
  Derivation of personal saving from the NIPAs:
1   Personal income4,813.24,888.94,950.64,972.94,983.85,043.05,093.75,173.1
2   Less: Personal current taxes582.5594.6600.7600.9580.8586.0590.2598.6
3   Equals: Disposable personal income (DPI)4,230.74,294.34,349.94,372.04,403.04,457.04,503.44,574.5
4   Less: Personal outlays3,902.73,949.04,015.54,038.14,046.74,101.84,148.74,177.2
5   Equals: Personal saving328.1345.3334.5333.9356.3355.2354.7397.3
  Derivation of personal saving from the
    FFAs\1\:
6   Net acquisition of financial assets------------------------
7   Plus: Net investment in tangible assets------------------------
8   Less: Net increase in liabilities------------------------
9      Mortgage debt on nonfarm homes------------------------
10      All other liabilities2 ------------------------
11   Plus: Net capital transfers paid, NIPAs------------------------
12   Less: Net investment in consumer durable
       goods
------------------------
13   Equals: Personal saving, without
       consumer durables
------------------------
14Difference in personal saving, NIPAs minus
    FFAs
------------------------
  Addenda:
15   Net Worth of households and nonprofit
       organizations, FFAs (not seasonally
       adjusted)3
------------------------
16   Personal consumption expenditures (PCE),
       NIPAs
3,754.53,800.23,863.43,884.43,890.23,943.73,989.64,017.1
17   Personal saving rate, percent of DPI,
       NIPAs
7.88.07.77.68.18.07.98.7
18   Personal saving rate, percent of DPI, FFAs------------------------
19   Ratio of net worth (FFAs) to DPI------------------------
20   PCE as a percent of DPI------------------------

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National Income and Product Accounts Table

Comparison of Personal Saving in the NIPAs with Personal Saving in the FFAs
[Billions of dollars]   
Today is: 8/31/2015   Last Revised on August 27, 2015  Next Release Date September 25, 2015
Line    1992 
I
 1992 
II
 1992 
III
 1992 
IV
 1993 
I
 1993 
II
 1993 
III
 1993 
IV
  Derivation of personal saving from the NIPAs:
1   Personal income5,290.25,389.15,449.65,523.35,557.65,626.55,666.95,745.0
2   Less: Personal current taxes588.8607.1616.1639.1616.8643.6659.2675.5
3   Equals: Disposable personal income (DPI)4,701.44,782.04,833.54,884.24,940.94,982.95,007.75,069.5
4   Less: Personal outlays4,274.34,330.84,408.34,483.54,529.34,598.94,667.04,735.1
5   Equals: Personal saving427.1451.1425.1400.8411.5384.0340.6334.4
  Derivation of personal saving from the
    FFAs\1\:
6   Net acquisition of financial assets------------------------
7   Plus: Net investment in tangible assets------------------------
8   Less: Net increase in liabilities------------------------
9      Mortgage debt on nonfarm homes------------------------
10      All other liabilities2 ------------------------
11   Plus: Net capital transfers paid, NIPAs------------------------
12   Less: Net investment in consumer durable
       goods
------------------------
13   Equals: Personal saving, without
       consumer durables
------------------------
14Difference in personal saving, NIPAs minus
    FFAs
------------------------
  Addenda:
15   Net Worth of households and nonprofit
       organizations, FFAs (not seasonally
       adjusted)3
------------------------
16   Personal consumption expenditures (PCE),
       NIPAs
4,117.74,173.44,245.44,326.24,368.54,437.54,506.04,572.0
17   Personal saving rate, percent of DPI,
       NIPAs
9.19.48.88.28.37.76.86.6
18   Personal saving rate, percent of DPI, FFAs------------------------
19   Ratio of net worth (FFAs) to DPI------------------------
20   PCE as a percent of DPI------------------------

Bureau of Economic Analysis
National Income and Product Accounts Table

Comparison of Personal Saving in the NIPAs with Personal Saving in the FFAs
[Billions of dollars]   
Today is: 8/31/2015   Last Revised on August 27, 2015  Next Release Date September 25, 2015
Line    1994 
I
 1994 
II
 1994 
III
 1994 
IV
 1995 
I
 1995 
II
 1995 
III
 1995 
IV
  Derivation of personal saving from the NIPAs:
1   Personal income5,796.75,904.15,969.96,078.46,174.86,240.26,317.06,391.8
2   Less: Personal current taxes673.6697.8695.4705.4724.5746.7752.2770.2
3   Equals: Disposable personal income (DPI)5,123.15,206.25,274.55,373.05,450.35,493.55,564.85,621.6
4   Less: Personal outlays4,805.64,872.04,948.25,025.45,065.65,147.65,219.45,286.0
5   Equals: Personal saving317.5334.3326.3347.6384.6345.9345.5335.6
  Derivation of personal saving from the
    FFAs\1\:
6   Net acquisition of financial assets------------------------
7   Plus: Net investment in tangible assets------------------------
8   Less: Net increase in liabilities------------------------
9      Mortgage debt on nonfarm homes------------------------
10      All other liabilities2 ------------------------
11   Plus: Net capital transfers paid, NIPAs------------------------
12   Less: Net investment in consumer durable
       goods
------------------------
13   Equals: Personal saving, without
       consumer durables
------------------------
14Difference in personal saving, NIPAs minus
    FFAs
------------------------
  Addenda:
15   Net Worth of households and nonprofit
       organizations, FFAs (not seasonally
       adjusted)3
------------------------
16   Personal consumption expenditures (PCE),
       NIPAs
4,640.94,702.94,773.14,847.24,883.34,955.05,020.55,077.9
17   Personal saving rate, percent of DPI,
       NIPAs
6.26.46.26.57.16.36.26.0
18   Personal saving rate, percent of DPI, FFAs------------------------
19   Ratio of net worth (FFAs) to DPI------------------------
20   PCE as a percent of DPI------------------------

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National Income and Product Accounts Table

Comparison of Personal Saving in the NIPAs with Personal Saving in the FFAs
[Billions of dollars]   
Today is: 8/31/2015   Last Revised on August 27, 2015  Next Release Date September 25, 2015
Line    1996 
I
 1996 
II
 1996 
III
 1996 
IV
 1997 
I
 1997 
II
 1997 
III
 1997 
IV
  Derivation of personal saving from the NIPAs:
1   Personal income6,508.96,639.46,714.66,805.26,929.87,010.57,123.87,258.6
2   Less: Personal current taxes801.7839.5843.6863.6902.1916.2941.1967.9
3   Equals: Disposable personal income (DPI)5,707.25,799.85,871.15,941.66,027.76,094.36,182.76,290.7
4   Less: Personal outlays5,363.05,458.25,517.85,600.05,684.05,728.65,842.55,931.6
5   Equals: Personal saving344.3341.7353.3341.7343.8365.7340.2359.2
  Derivation of personal saving from the
    FFAs\1\:
6   Net acquisition of financial assets------------------------
7   Plus: Net investment in tangible assets------------------------
8   Less: Net increase in liabilities------------------------
9      Mortgage debt on nonfarm homes------------------------
10      All other liabilities2 ------------------------
11   Plus: Net capital transfers paid, NIPAs------------------------
12   Less: Net investment in consumer durable
       goods
------------------------
13   Equals: Personal saving, without
       consumer durables
------------------------
14Difference in personal saving, NIPAs minus
    FFAs
------------------------
  Addenda:
15   Net Worth of households and nonprofit
       organizations, FFAs (not seasonally
       adjusted)3
------------------------
16   Personal consumption expenditures (PCE),
       NIPAs
5,153.85,244.15,298.35,376.15,456.75,495.15,603.55,687.6
17   Personal saving rate, percent of DPI,
       NIPAs
6.05.96.05.85.76.05.55.7
18   Personal saving rate, percent of DPI, FFAs------------------------
19   Ratio of net worth (FFAs) to DPI------------------------
20   PCE as a percent of DPI------------------------

Bureau of Economic Analysis
National Income and Product Accounts Table

Comparison of Personal Saving in the NIPAs with Personal Saving in the FFAs
[Billions of dollars]   
Today is: 8/31/2015   Last Revised on August 27, 2015  Next Release Date September 25, 2015
Line    1998 
I
 1998 
II
 1998 
III
 1998 
IV
 1999 
I
 1999 
II
 1999 
III
 1999 
IV
  Derivation of personal saving from the NIPAs:
1   Personal income7,420.57,548.17,655.47,750.87,838.17,908.38,015.58,191.7
2   Less: Personal current taxes996.11,022.31,043.21,068.01,078.11,095.41,120.81,154.2
3   Equals: Disposable personal income (DPI)6,424.46,525.76,612.16,682.86,760.06,812.96,894.77,037.6
4   Less: Personal outlays5,988.56,110.36,209.66,315.46,385.76,516.96,626.56,763.0
5   Equals: Personal saving435.9415.4402.6367.4374.4296.0268.2274.6
  Derivation of personal saving from the
    FFAs\1\:
6   Net acquisition of financial assets------------------------
7   Plus: Net investment in tangible assets------------------------
8   Less: Net increase in liabilities------------------------
9      Mortgage debt on nonfarm homes------------------------
10      All other liabilities2 ------------------------
11   Plus: Net capital transfers paid, NIPAs------------------------
12   Less: Net investment in consumer durable
       goods
------------------------
13   Equals: Personal saving, without
       consumer durables
------------------------
14Difference in personal saving, NIPAs minus
    FFAs
------------------------
  Addenda:
15   Net Worth of households and nonprofit
       organizations, FFAs (not seasonally
       adjusted)3
------------------------
16   Personal consumption expenditures (PCE),
       NIPAs
5,745.95,857.85,952.86,055.56,129.06,253.06,357.26,488.9
17   Personal saving rate, percent of DPI,
       NIPAs
6.86.46.15.55.54.33.93.9
18   Personal saving rate, percent of DPI, FFAs------------------------
19   Ratio of net worth (FFAs) to DPI------------------------
20   PCE as a percent of DPI------------------------

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National Income and Product Accounts Table

Comparison of Personal Saving in the NIPAs with Personal Saving in the FFAs
[Billions of dollars]   
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Line    2000 
I
 2000 
II
 2000 
III
 2000 
IV
 2001 
I
 2001 
II
 2001 
III
 2001 
IV
  Derivation of personal saving from the NIPAs:
1   Personal income8,445.38,575.38,724.98,802.88,961.28,997.98,990.79,016.5
2   Less: Personal current taxes1,209.01,230.41,247.91,258.91,302.11,309.01,114.01,232.2
3   Equals: Disposable personal income (DPI)7,236.37,344.97,477.07,543.87,659.17,689.07,876.77,784.4
4   Less: Personal outlays6,925.87,030.47,154.27,260.97,336.17,387.67,419.57,525.2
5   Equals: Personal saving310.5314.5322.7282.9322.9301.4457.2259.2
  Derivation of personal saving from the
    FFAs\1\:
6   Net acquisition of financial assets------------------------
7   Plus: Net investment in tangible assets------------------------
8   Less: Net increase in liabilities------------------------
9      Mortgage debt on nonfarm homes------------------------
10      All other liabilities2 ------------------------
11   Plus: Net capital transfers paid, NIPAs------------------------
12   Less: Net investment in consumer durable
       goods
------------------------
13   Equals: Personal saving, without
       consumer durables
------------------------
14Difference in personal saving, NIPAs minus
    FFAs
------------------------
  Addenda:
15   Net Worth of households and nonprofit
       organizations, FFAs (not seasonally
       adjusted)3
------------------------
16   Personal consumption expenditures (PCE),
       NIPAs
6,642.76,737.36,845.16,944.47,020.47,072.17,103.47,216.6
17   Personal saving rate, percent of DPI,
       NIPAs
4.34.34.33.84.23.95.83.3
18   Personal saving rate, percent of DPI, FFAs------------------------
19   Ratio of net worth (FFAs) to DPI------------------------
20   PCE as a percent of DPI------------------------

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National Income and Product Accounts Table

Comparison of Personal Saving in the NIPAs with Personal Saving in the FFAs
[Billions of dollars]   
Today is: 8/31/2015   Last Revised on August 27, 2015  Next Release Date September 25, 2015
Line    2002 
I
 2002 
II
 2002 
III
 2002 
IV
 2003 
I
 2003 
II
 2003 
III
 2003 
IV
  Derivation of personal saving from the NIPAs:
1   Personal income9,057.79,139.99,173.99,243.99,300.49,424.39,550.39,689.4
2   Less: Personal current taxes1,069.51,049.31,053.11,046.71,022.41,019.2955.21,024.6
3   Equals: Disposable personal income (DPI)7,988.28,090.58,120.88,197.28,278.18,405.28,595.18,664.8
4   Less: Personal outlays7,557.67,656.17,745.87,816.27,895.27,994.58,158.28,257.0
5   Equals: Personal saving430.6434.4375.0381.0382.9410.7436.9407.8
  Derivation of personal saving from the
    FFAs\1\:
6   Net acquisition of financial assets------------------------
7   Plus: Net investment in tangible assets------------------------
8   Less: Net increase in liabilities------------------------
9      Mortgage debt on nonfarm homes------------------------
10      All other liabilities2 ------------------------
11   Plus: Net capital transfers paid, NIPAs------------------------
12   Less: Net investment in consumer durable
       goods
------------------------
13   Equals: Personal saving, without
       consumer durables
------------------------
14Difference in personal saving, NIPAs minus
    FFAs
------------------------
  Addenda:
15   Net Worth of households and nonprofit
       organizations, FFAs (not seasonally
       adjusted)3
------------------------
16   Personal consumption expenditures (PCE),
       NIPAs
7,251.47,344.57,433.17,507.27,593.57,684.67,845.57,938.5
17   Personal saving rate, percent of DPI,
       NIPAs
5.45.44.64.64.64.95.14.7
18   Personal saving rate, percent of DPI, FFAs------------------------
19   Ratio of net worth (FFAs) to DPI------------------------
20   PCE as a percent of DPI------------------------

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Comparison of Personal Saving in the NIPAs with Personal Saving in the FFAs
[Billions of dollars]   
Today is: 8/31/2015   Last Revised on August 27, 2015  Next Release Date September 25, 2015
Line    2004 
I
 2004 
II
 2004 
III
 2004 
IV
 2005 
I
 2005 
II
 2005 
III
 2005 
IV
  Derivation of personal saving from the NIPAs:
1   Personal income9,807.49,971.410,110.510,322.310,359.110,518.610,698.110,880.5
2   Less: Personal current taxes1,013.01,027.91,067.51,094.01,172.51,197.71,226.61,256.1
3   Equals: Disposable personal income (DPI)8,794.58,943.59,042.99,228.29,186.69,320.89,471.49,624.4
4   Less: Personal outlays8,398.68,513.48,649.78,809.88,912.49,092.49,260.49,365.6
5   Equals: Personal saving395.9430.2393.2418.5274.2228.4211.1258.8
  Derivation of personal saving from the
    FFAs\1\:
6   Net acquisition of financial assets------------------------
7   Plus: Net investment in tangible assets------------------------
8   Less: Net increase in liabilities------------------------
9      Mortgage debt on nonfarm homes------------------------
10      All other liabilities2 ------------------------
11   Plus: Net capital transfers paid, NIPAs------------------------
12   Less: Net investment in consumer durable
       goods
------------------------
13   Equals: Personal saving, without
       consumer durables
------------------------
14Difference in personal saving, NIPAs minus
    FFAs
------------------------
  Addenda:
15   Net Worth of households and nonprofit
       organizations, FFAs (not seasonally
       adjusted)3
------------------------
16   Personal consumption expenditures (PCE),
       NIPAs
8,076.88,186.38,312.78,464.38,573.18,723.98,888.18,991.3
17   Personal saving rate, percent of DPI,
       NIPAs
4.54.84.34.53.02.52.22.7
18   Personal saving rate, percent of DPI, FFAs------------------------
19   Ratio of net worth (FFAs) to DPI------------------------
20   PCE as a percent of DPI------------------------

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National Income and Product Accounts Table

Comparison of Personal Saving in the NIPAs with Personal Saving in the FFAs
[Billions of dollars]   
Today is: 8/31/2015   Last Revised on August 27, 2015  Next Release Date September 25, 2015
Line    2006 
I
 2006 
II
 2006 
III
 2006 
IV
 2007 
I
 2007 
II
 2007 
III
 2007 
IV
  Derivation of personal saving from the NIPAs:
1   Personal income11,210.511,330.211,440.111,595.011,820.611,948.512,047.412,184.2
2   Less: Personal current taxes1,320.71,349.21,358.91,399.51,462.61,488.01,500.11,522.0
3   Equals: Disposable personal income (DPI)9,889.89,981.110,081.210,195.510,358.010,460.510,547.310,662.2
4   Less: Personal outlays9,513.69,648.69,782.09,877.810,018.510,144.710,258.810,366.8
5   Equals: Personal saving376.2332.5299.2317.8339.5315.8288.6295.4
  Derivation of personal saving from the
    FFAs\1\:
6   Net acquisition of financial assets------------------------
7   Plus: Net investment in tangible assets------------------------
8   Less: Net increase in liabilities------------------------
9      Mortgage debt on nonfarm homes------------------------
10      All other liabilities2 ------------------------
11   Plus: Net capital transfers paid, NIPAs------------------------
12   Less: Net investment in consumer durable
       goods
------------------------
13   Equals: Personal saving, without
       consumer durables
------------------------
14Difference in personal saving, NIPAs minus
    FFAs
------------------------
  Addenda:
15   Net Worth of households and nonprofit
       organizations, FFAs (not seasonally
       adjusted)3
------------------------
16   Personal consumption expenditures (PCE),
       NIPAs
9,134.39,253.79,374.39,453.69,591.99,700.99,799.29,910.0
17   Personal saving rate, percent of DPI,
       NIPAs
3.83.33.03.13.33.02.72.8
18   Personal saving rate, percent of DPI, FFAs------------------------
19   Ratio of net worth (FFAs) to DPI------------------------
20   PCE as a percent of DPI------------------------

Bureau of Economic Analysis
National Income and Product Accounts Table

Comparison of Personal Saving in the NIPAs with Personal Saving in the FFAs
[Billions of dollars]   
Today is: 8/31/2015   Last Revised on August 27, 2015  Next Release Date September 25, 2015
Line    2008 
I
 2008 
II
 2008 
III
 2008 
IV
 2009 
I
 2009 
II
 2009 
III
 2009 
IV
  Derivation of personal saving from the NIPAs:
1   Personal income12,367.012,720.412,535.512,386.012,061.812,117.712,066.812,132.9
2   Less: Personal current taxes1,535.81,545.01,505.81,444.61,202.81,132.51,133.81,139.9
3   Equals: Disposable personal income (DPI)10,831.211,175.411,029.710,941.410,858.910,985.210,933.010,993.0
4   Less: Personal outlays10,433.110,542.110,572.210,283.510,195.110,205.410,322.610,377.4
5   Equals: Personal saving398.1633.4457.5657.8663.9779.8610.4615.6
  Derivation of personal saving from the
    FFAs\1\:
6   Net acquisition of financial assets------------------------
7   Plus: Net investment in tangible assets------------------------
8   Less: Net increase in liabilities------------------------
9      Mortgage debt on nonfarm homes------------------------
10      All other liabilities2 ------------------------
11   Plus: Net capital transfers paid, NIPAs------------------------
12   Less: Net investment in consumer durable
       goods
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13   Equals: Personal saving, without
       consumer durables
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14Difference in personal saving, NIPAs minus
    FFAs
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  Addenda:
15   Net Worth of households and nonprofit
       organizations, FFAs (not seasonally
       adjusted)3
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16   Personal consumption expenditures (PCE),
       NIPAs
9,974.410,095.810,124.99,859.69,770.29,769.89,890.89,957.1
17   Personal saving rate, percent of DPI,
       NIPAs
3.75.74.16.06.17.15.65.6
18   Personal saving rate, percent of DPI, FFAs------------------------
19   Ratio of net worth (FFAs) to DPI------------------------
20   PCE as a percent of DPI------------------------