Set forth below are five areas of America’s fiscal challenges that affect our economy, our global competitiveness, and our everyday lives. To learn about fiscal solutions click here.
Exploring the budget: deficits, debt, challenges and solutions.
Learn the basics about the Federal Budget and Budget Process
Economic Feedback Effects and Debt
Federal Deficits and Surpluses, 1800 to Present
Growing Social Security Deficits
Analysis: CBO February 2013 Report
ATRA 2012 Long-Term Analysis
Peter G. Peterson Foundation's NewFiscal Confidence Index Survey
Happy Fiscal New Year?
Examining federal programs: priorities, trends and projections.
Learn the basics about Spending
Composition of Spending 1965-2010
R&D and Interest Costs
U.S. Defense Spending Compared to Other Countries
Analysis of the President’s Fiscal Year 2014 Budget
A Look at the Competing House and Senate Budget Proposals
What You Should Know About the Sequester
GAO Fall 2012 Budget Outlook
Assuring sufficient revenue: tax policy, trends and projections.
Learn the basics about Taxes
The Size of Tax Expenditures
Where Taxes Came from in 2012
Who Pays Taxes
Who Pays Taxes?
Why Reform Our Corporate Tax Code?
The Debate Over Tax Expenditures
How Much Do People Pay in Federal Taxes?
Finding value: balancing cost, quality, access and care.
Learn the basics about Health Care
Regional Variation in Health Care Costs
International Comparison -- # of MRI Exams Performed
Bipartisan Policy Center: Health Care Cost Containment Initiative Report
Who Pays For Medicare?
Who Benefits From Medicaid?
Budget Explainer: Medicare
The role of citizens: personal debt, savings and budgeting.
Learn the basics about Personal Responsibility
Personal Savings, 1950-2011
Household Debt, 1955-2011
Low-Income Seniors Rely on Social Security
Credit Reports and Credit Scores
Tips to Managing Your Money inChallenging Times
Student Debt and the Class of 2008
Finances of American Households in thePast Three Recessions
2013 Fiscal Summit: Press Release
2013 Fiscal Summit: Media Advisory
Fiscal Confidence Index Results for April 2013
PGPF Provides $1 Million Grant to Newly-Established Rudman Center
Pete Peterson on Simpson-Bowles "Bipartisan Path Forward"
Analysis: President's FY 2014 Budget
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