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Emisión de $ 3.5 billones hecha por Gobierno del PPD bajo investigación de la Comisión Federal de Valores (SEC)
Estado Financiero Auditado del 2014 Hecho Público a las 3:00 AM de hoy.
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Aqui el resumen:
Financial Highlights
The Commonwealth’s Primary Government, which encompasses the Commonwealth’s Governmental and
Business-Type Activities, reported, in the government-wide financial statements, a net deficit position of
approximately $49.7 billion at June 30, 2014, comprising of approximately $15.4 billion in total assets and
approximately $538 million in deferred outflows of resources, less approximately $65.5 billion in total
liabilities and approximately $103 million in deferred inflows of resources.
The net deficit position of the Commonwealth’s Primary Government increased by approximately
$2.7 billion during fiscal year 2014. The net deficit position for Governmental Activities increased by
approximately $2.7 billion and the net position for Business-Type Activities decreased by $6.2 million
during the fiscal year 2014.
The Commonwealth’s Governmental Activities had total revenue of approximately $17.8 billion for fiscal
year 2014, which was lower than total expenses of approximately $20.8 billion, but represented an increase
of approximately $1.6 billion in total revenue when compared to fiscal year 2013. The Commonwealth’s
Business-Type Activities had total revenue of approximately $1.5 billion for fiscal year 2014, which
represented a decrease of approximately $89 million when compared to fiscal year 2013.
Total expenses incurred by the Commonwealth’s Primary Government in fiscal year 2014, including
expenses of approximately $1.2 billion incurred by Business-Type Activities, were approximately
$22.0 billion, a decrease of approximately $876 million when compared to total expenses incurred during
fiscal year 2013.
The total deficiency of revenue under expenditures and general obligation debt service payments in the
General Fund (budgetary basis) for fiscal year 2014 was approximately $1.2 billion, consisting of the
difference between total actual revenue of approximately $8.7 billion (excluding other financing sources),
less the sum of total actual expenditures of approximately $9.2 billion and general obligation debt service
payments of approximately $738 million (excluding other financing uses). The variance between the U.S.
GAAP and budgetary basis deficits results from differences of accounting, entity, and perspective differences
between budgetary reporting versus those established by U.S. GAAP and followed in these financial
statements.
The Commonwealth’s Discretely Presented Component Units reported a net position of approximately $6.1
billion at June 30, 2014, comprised of approximately $52.3 billion in total assets and approximately $321
COMMONWEALTH OF PUERTO RICO
Management’s Discussion and Analysis (Unaudited)
June 30, 2014
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million in deferred outflows of resources, less approximately $44.8 billion in total liabilities and
approximately $1.7 billion in deferred inflows of resources.
The net position of the Commonwealth’s Discretely Presented Component Units decreased by approximately
$3.5 billion during fiscal year 2014, as compared to fiscal year 2013.
The Commonwealth’s Aggregate Discretely Presented Component Units had total revenue of approximately
$13.2 billion (which includes $2.4 billion from the Primary Government) and total expenses of $16.7 billion
for fiscal year 2014.
The Commonwealth’s management believes that there is substantial doubt as to the ability of the Primary
Government (including the Governmental Activities carried out by certain blended component units) and of
various discretely presented component units to continue as a going concern in accordance with
Governmental Accounting Standards Board (GASB) Statement No. 56,
Codification of Accounting and
Financial Reporting Guidance Contained in the AICPA Statements on Auditing Standards
. In addition, the
Commonwealth’s management believes that the pension trust funds, included as part of the fiduciary funds,
carry a substantial risk of insolvency, if measures are not taken to significantly increase contributions to such
funds.

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