RALEIGH, (SGRToday.com) - As of Friday, August 24, North Carolina's ending cash balance was $2,414,290,893.98, according to State Controller David McCoy. The unreserved cash balance stood at $14,435,642,037.69.
In his weekly General Fund Cash Watch, McCoy reports the state began the week with a Monday, August 20 cash balance of $1,794,923,437.44.
The state added to that beginning balance tax and non-tax receipts totalling $844,815,683.90, and other receipts in the amount of $262,153,958.45.
Disbursements were made for payroll ($107,644,495.70); State Aid ($97,969,931.30); Medicaid/Other Provider Payments ($169,443,881.61); Tax Refunds/Distributions ($22,910,198.29); and General Operating ($89,633,678.91).
Subtractions were made for cash reserved for a variety of needs: local governments sales and use tax payable ($449,057,691.05); other tax liabilities ($16,475,731.89); repairs and renovations ($89,320,365.00); savings ($418,812,335.00); disaster ($4,441,534.20); and JDIG ($541,199.15).
After subtracting reserved cash, the state's unreserved cash balance stood at $1,435,642,037.69.