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Every month the U.S. Treasury releases data on the federal budget, including the current deficit. Here is the latest data for Fiscal Year 2019, charted out monthly and on a year-over-year basis.
“The coronavirus outbreak is an unprecedented national emergency, and we need to respond aggressively to address both the public health crisis and the economic risk,” said Michael A. Peterson, CEO of the Peter G. Peterson Foundation.
“By any measure, the state of the Union’s fiscal outlook is unsustainable, and getting worse,” said Michael A. Peterson, CEO of the Peter G. Peterson Foundation.
A key assessment of poverty in America is the Official Poverty Measure (OPM), which is calculated by the United States Census Bureau using a range of income and economic data.
The United States spent $631 billion on national defense during fiscal year (FY) 2018 according to the Office of Management and Budget, which amounts to 15 percent of the federal budget.
The latest trustees reports make clear that Social Security and Medicare beneficiaries face substantial cuts in the near future unless policymakers take action to make these vital programs solvent.
“This new CBO report shows just how much more dangerous the future looks if these tax cuts and spending increases are allowed to continue," said Michael A. Peterson, Chairman and CEO of the Peter G. Peterson Foundation.
“CBO’s report is filled with sobering projections that should be an urgent wakeup call for the Administration and Congress," said Michael A. Peterson, President and CEO of the Peter G. Peterson Foundation.
“These reports drive home the urgent need to ensure that the critical Medicare and Social Security programs are sustainable into the future," said Michael A. Peterson, President and CEO of the Peter G. Peterson Foundation.