Albany, NY — The Empire Center’s New York State Budget app has been updated to reflect all the key numbers from the enacted budget for fiscal year 2022.
The NYS Budget app at SeeThroughNY allows users to search and compare actual results, estimates and projections for major
spending and tax categories from state fiscal years 2011 through fiscal 2025.
In addition, the NYS Budget app includes total annual disbursements dating back to 1984 and tax receipts in major categories since 1976, presented in both nominal and inflation-adjusted terms. All of the state budget data can be downloaded in spreadsheet form.
Explore the state budget at
The Empire Center, based in Albany, is an independent, not-for-profit, non-partisan think tank dedicated to promoting policies that can make New York a better place to live, work and raise a family.
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