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As of 2014, TreasuryDirect.gov and USGovernmentSpending.com outline past and current national debt totals and the total amount of debt the government accumulated since 1900. Users can print debt information, charts and g... More »

As of 2015, a good place to see charts of the U.S. national debt by year is the US Government Spending site. The site covers the years of debt spanning from 1792 to 2015. More »

As of 2014, the American national debt stands at $17.6 trillion, with much of this figure owed to the Social Security Trust Fund. The U.S. Treasury manages the debt through the Bureau of Public Debt, which has split the ... More »

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As of 2015, a good place to see charts of the U.S. national debt by year is the US Government Spending site. The site covers the years of debt spanning from 1792 to 2015. More »

The U.S. national debt is much higher than it was ten years ago. As of 2015, the national debt is over $18 trillion and counting, while in 2004 it was just over $7 trillion. At the close of fiscal year 2014, the debt was... More »

The U.S. National Debt Clock is a running, real-time display that shows both the current gross national debt in the United States, as well as the total debt-per-citizen. Roughly the size of a billboard, the U.S. National... More »

The U.S. Department of the Treasury provides a frequently updated official total of the U.S. national debt at its web site at TreasuryDirect.gov. The site breaks down debt into debt held by the public and intragovernment... More »