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The contentious budget battles of recent years have contributed to a decline in the public’s faith in the political system. A new report suggests a way forward.
A new report from the George W. Bush Institute highlights the economic competitiveness and strength of North America — but warns that fiscal policy in the United States poses a challenge to growth.
With the election in the rearview mirror, a number of important fiscal and economic policy issues continued to simmer throughout November.
Tax expenditures cost the government about $1.5 trillion each year, more than the budget of any agency or major spending program, including Social Security, Medicare, and the Department of Defense.
A new report from Ernst & Young examines the U.S. government’s current financial situation.
Now that the hard-fought election is over, lawmakers face a series of pressing fiscal and budgetary issues in the New Year. America’s leaders have an opportunity to show leadership in early 2017 by addressing the nation’s long-term fiscal challenges.
A newly updated report, prepared by Ernst & Young (EY) for the Peter G. Peterson Foundation, reexamines the federal government’s long-term fiscal outlook through the “fiscal gap” measure.
Debt was raised at the debates, but the candidates missed the opportunity to lat out their visions.