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Fiscal Data

   
   
 

New York City (NYC)
Debt Repayment Obligations

 
     
  Particulars General Obligation Bonds1 Revenue Bonds and Notes2  
  (in thousands)  
  Fiscal year ending
June 30, 2015:
Principal Interest³ Principal Interest  
  2016
$2,231,100
$1,713,056
$236,180
$687,159
 
  2017
$2,309,521
$1,630,810
$295,770
$692,957
 
  2018
$2,283,150
$1,528,334
$311,265
$680,008
 
  2019
$2,227,241
$1,425,182
$341,845
$665,696
 
  2020
$2,342,145
$1,320,625
$314,250
$649,940
 
  2021-2025
$10,961,533
$5,061,093
$1,842,435
$2,998,567
 
  2026-2030
$8,498,238
$2,781,194
$2,341,211
$2,473,629
 
  2031-2035
$5,730,812
$1,239,157
$2,777,865
$1,848,641
 
  2036-2040
$3,066,698
$278,457
$1,681,180
$1,222,033
 
  2041-2045
$809,463
$23,264
$1,036,920
$864,976
 
  2046-2050
$3
$13
$3,000,000
$153,125
 
  Thereafter until 2147
$43
$147
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-
 
  Subtotal
$40,459,947
$17,001,332
$14,178,921
$12,936,731
 
  Less interest component
-
$17,001,332
-
$12,936,731
 
  Total future debt
service requirements
$40,459,947
-
$14,178,921
-
 
     
  Notes:
1 General obligation bonds are government debt issued to raise money to finance public improvements. It is a municipal bond backed by the credit and "taxing power" of the issuing jurisdiction, rather than the revenue from a given project. No assets are used as collateral.
2 Revenue bonds are government debt used to fund projects that will eventually generate revenue directly. These revenues are used to pay off the bonds.
3 Includes interest for general obligation bonds estimated at 2% rate on tax-exempt adjustable rate bonds and at 3% rate on taxable adjustable rate bonds which are the rates at the end of the fiscal year.
 
     
     
 

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Source:
Comprehensive Annual Financial Reports of the Comptroller