Chicago finished out the 2016 fiscal year with $514.1 million cash on hand. Revenue collection was nearly 3-percent less than 2015, for a difference of $207.5 million, while expenditures continued to outpace receipts for a year-end net deficit of $27,429.9 million. Those are some of the big-picture numbers revealed in the city’s Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for FY 2016.

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