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    Analysis

    President's Budget Relies on Optimistic Economic Projections and Unlikely Spending Cuts

    Although the debt-to-GDP ratio would decline under the president’s budget, the budget misses an opportunity to address the structural causes of our debt, and relies instead on overly optimistic economic assumptions and reductions in spending that are unlikely to come to pass.


    https://www.pgpf.org/analysis/2019/03/presidents-budget-relies-on-optimistic-economic-projections-and-unlikely-spending-cuts

    Grants

    PGPF Convenes Leaders On Fiscal Cliff Solutions

    In January 2013, a series of tax increases and spending cuts are slated to go into effect automatically and all at once. Many are calling this major fiscal policy shift the "Fiscal Cliff." If all of the changes are allowed to proceed, future budget deficits would be substantially reduced. However, the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office has forecast that the economy would be thrown into recession in 2013 — an outcome that threatens our still-fragile economic recovery.


    https://www.pgpf.org/what-we-are-doing/grants/grantee-list/pgpf-convenes-leaders-on-fiscal-cliff-solutions

Ten Year Report

A decade of work addressing America's fiscal challenges to secure a healthy, growing economy.

FISCAL ISSUES ILLUSTRATED

This series of infographics helps put some of today's most pressing fiscal debates in context.