- The Fiscal
- What We're
- What You
The search found 494 results in 0.048 seconds.
The Peter G. Peterson Foundation joins with POLITICO to present a series of Morning Money Breakfast Briefings, hosted by POLITICO's Chief Economic Correspondent, Ben White.
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.
Highlighting state-level efforts to solve structural deficit problems. While most discussions on America's fiscal policy focus on the federal level, state governments also face daunting budget challenges.
The Peter G. Peterson Foundation offers grants for organizations to build awareness and develop solutions to our fiscal policy challenges. Apply now.
“America’s high and rising national debt threatens our economy, and must be included in the policy conversation this year," said Michael A. Peterson, President and CEO of the Peter G. Peterson Foundation.
Learn about what types of initiatives and programs are eligible for grants from the Peter G. Peterson Foundation.
The results of the national survey, commissioned by the Foundation and released today, show that amidst the current economic crisis, there is strong consensus about the fundamental importance of the country's sustained fiscal health, and that Americans place a high priority on tackling the federal government's growing budget deficit and debt.
The nation’s schools teachers feel ill-prepared to teach basic federal budget terms and engage students in public policy questions to promote active citizenship.