Today’s post breaks down the federal government’s $2 billion surplus for December 2014.
What you could buy over the holidays with $56 billion?
Today’s post takes a closer look at last week’s report from the Mercatus Center, which breaks down federal spending over the next decade.
Today, we break down the Treasury Department’s final budget report for fiscal year 2014.
On Tuesday, the Treasury Department released its monthly budget statement, which showed a $94.59 billion deficit in July.
On July 15, the non-partisan Congressional Budget Office (CBO) released its Long-Term Budget Outlook for 2014.
The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) released its annual report on the nation’s long-term budget outlook. The report details a coming fiscal crisis and states that US deficit levels are unsustainable.
The CBO’s new report projects growing deficits and greater risk of fiscal crisis.
The U.S. Department of Treasury released its monthly treasury statement yesterday, measuring the deficit for May 2014 at $130 billion.
We break down how the year-to-date deficit compares to Washington’s agency spending for an entire year.