What's New· What's Next· Site Map· A-Z Index· Careers· RSS·All Videos· Current FAQs· Contact UsAdvanced SearchAboutthe FedNews& EventsMonetaryPolicyBankingInformation& RegulationPaymentSystemsEconomicResearch& DataConsumerInformationCommunityDevelopmentReportingFormsPublicationsTestimony andSpeechesPress ReleasesRegulatory ReformConferencesOther PublicCommunicationPrintAccessibilityContact UsDisclaimerWebsite PoliciesFOIAPDF ReaderRelease Date: January 10, 2014For immediate releaseThe Federal Reserve Board on Friday announced preliminary unaudited results indicating that the Reserve Banksprovided for payments of approximately $77.7 billion of their estimated 2013 net income to the U.S. Treasury. Under theBoard's policy, the residual earnings of each Federal Reserve Bank are distributed to the U.S. Treasury, after providingfor the costs of operations, payment of dividends, and the amount necessary to equate surplus with capital paid-in.
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