FISCAL BLOG

Join PGPF and Ben White of POLITICO's Morning Money on Wednesday, November 19 (tomorrow) at 8AM ET for a new Breakfast Briefing interview.

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The new campaign highlights the key opportunity lawmakers have to address our nation’s unsustainable long-term debt in order to help ensure more economic growth, now and in the future.

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An overwhelming majority of voters (91%) feel that a stable fiscal foundation will lead to growth; 8 in 10 say addressing the long-term debt will improve economic mobility and opportunity for all Americans.

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Along with creating the non-partisan Congressional Budget Office and the House and Senate budget committees, this important piece of legislation established the federal budget process still in use today.

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The paper examines the close linkage between America's fiscal health and economic performance, specifically how addressing long-term fiscal challenges (like the national debt) can support growth and job creation.

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This week PGPF held its fifth annual Fiscal Summit, the premier annual gathering dedicated to addressing our nation’s long-term national debt and economic future.

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Up to Us provides an opportunity for college students to build a movement to raise awareness and engagement on America's long-term fiscal and economic challenges.

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A new report, prepared by the Center for Strategic and International Studies with support from the Peter G. Peterson Foundation, examines pension reform efforts in developed countries across the globe.

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The report finds that the President's proposal fully incorporates 12 of the DAC's 27 recommendations and partially incorporates another nine.

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Congratulations to the University of Texas-Pan American for winning 1st prize in the 2014 Up to Us college campus competition.

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Voters' Fiscal Guide 2020

Your fiscal and economic headquarters for the 2020 election.

National Debt Clock

See the latest numbers and learn more about the causes of our high and rising debt.