Monthly Forecasts
FY 2023
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Apr 2023

Apr 2023 Revised

May 2023
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FY 2022
Aug 2021
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Nov 2021
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Feb 2022
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April 2022 Revised

May 2022
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 FY2021  Aug 2020 Sep 2020   Oct 2020  Nov 2020  Dec 2020 Jan  2021
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Apr 2021 Revised
 May 2021  Jun 2021  July 2021
 FY2020  Aug 2019 Sep 2019   Oct 2019  Nov 2019  Dec 2019 Jan 2020 
 Feb 2020 Mar 2020   Apr 2020 April 2020 Revised  May 2020  Jun 2020  July 2020
FY2019 Aug 2018 Sep 2018 Oct 2018 Nov 2018 Dec 2018 Jan 2019
Feb 2019 Mar 2019
 
May 2019
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FY2018 Aug 2017 Sep 2017 Oct 2017 Nov 2017 Dec 2017 Jan 2018
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The first letter of any fiscal year is transmitted on August 20 and the last on July 20.
Click to view Comptroller's Letters Archive - (in pdf format)
In compliance with Section 4-66 of the General Statutes, The Office of Policy and Management furnishes to the Office of the State Comptroller, on or before the twentieth day of each month, monthly statements of revenues and expenditures for the General Fund.  In addition, an analysis of the Special Transportation Fund is included due to the significant nature of this fund.  This analysis includes a statement of estimated revenues and expenditures for the completed current fiscal year, based on the actual revenues and expenditures recognized for the fiscal-year-to-date, as of the end of the previous month, adjusted for any anticipated events or actions which were unforeseen at the time the budget was adopted.  The analysis typically may include the following:
  • A comparison of the most-currently-revised estimates to the budget enacted and/or revised by the legislature
  • Estimated revenues detailed by source
  • Net changes in anticipated expenditures relative to previous estimates
  • An estimate of lapses (previously anticipated expenditures which currently are not expected to occur)
  • A summary of the impact of all of the revised estimates and determination of the resulting surplus/deficit from operations expected at the end of the fiscal year
  • A general discussion of the changes, their impacts, and any other relevant issues.
The state’s fiscal year begins on July 1, and ends on June 30.
For Further Information Contact: 

Paul Potamianos, Executive Budget Officer