Facing $7.9B Deficit for Fiscal '05, California Looks for Budget Cuts
- CFO: City Will Turn to Agency Cash to Balance Fiscal 2002 Books. Vadum, Matthew // Bond Buyer;7/29/2002, Vol. 341 Issue 31437, p4
Reports the closure of a potential budget gap in the fiscal year in Washington D.C. Conversion of the revenue in the fiscal year; Cause of the budget gap; Confidence of the rating agency analysts on the ability of the district to avert a fiscal crisis.
- Arizona Lawmakers Won't Tackle Deficits in Special Session. Williamson, Richard // Bond Buyer;7/29/2002, Vol. 341 Issue 31437, p35
Reports the budget deficit in the fiscal year in Arizona. Adjustment of the death penalty law; Requirement of charter school teachers to provide fingerprints for criminal background checks; Delay of funding for state agencies.
- Federal budget deficit slides. Investor's Business Daily // Investors Business Daily;4/11/2014, pA02
The monthly deficit sank to $36.9 bil in March, lower than the $132 bil expected. Revenues rose $29.8 bil on the year and outlays fell by $39.8 bil. The year-to-date deficit is $413.3 bil, $187.2 bil less than at this point in FY13.
- SARS Brings Budgetary Blues. // Asia Monitor: China & North East Asia Monitor;Jun2003, Vol. 10 Issue 6, p1
This article focuses on the effect of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome on the budget of Hong Kong, China in the fiscal year 2002-03. With a budget deficit of 4.9% of nominal GDP in fiscal year 2002ï¿½03 Hong Kong's policymakers announced a contractionary fiscal stance going forward, with a...
- THE PROPOSED BUDGET FOR FISCAL 1964. // Congressional Digest;Apr63, Vol. 42 Issue 4, p102
Presents a report on the proposed budget for fiscal year 1964 in the U.S. Anticipation of revenue and public expenditure; Incidence and impact of public debt; Effects of budget deficit on the U.S. economy; Significance of federal trust funds in minimizing the budget deficit.
- Revenue Growth Helps Shrink New York's Projected Gap. McDonald, Michael // Bond Buyer;1/13/2005, Vol. 351 Issue 32049, p4
The article reports that New York's projected fiscal 2006 budget deficit of US$6 billion has shrunk to about US$4 billion as a result of faster-than-expected revenue growth, The state also expects a US$300 million to US$400 million surplus in the fiscal year 2005.
- The First Gramm-Rudman Ax Falls. Griffith, Hurdis // Nursing Economic$;Mar/Apr86, Vol. 4 Issue 2, p87
The first round of spending cuts under Gramm-Rudman-Hollings balanced budget amendment became effective from March 1, 1986. Although painful, fiscal year (FY) 1986 reductions are just the tip of the federal deficit reduction iceberg. These reductions required to meet FY87 deficit target will cut...
- Budget deficit continues slide. Investor's Business Daily // Investors Business Daily;12/12/2013, pA02
The federal deficit was $132.5 bil in Nov. vs. $172.1 bil a year ago â€” a steeper fall than expected. It has shrunk 22% in the fiscal year which began Oct. 1. Year-on-year revenues rose to $182.5 bil from $161.7 bil, and spending declined to $317.7 bil from $333.8 bil.
- Shortfall Follows Surplus in the 'Hardest Year' Newman, Emily // Bond Buyer;3/8/2004, Vol. 347 Issue 31836, Bond Buyer p62
Reports on the shortfall of West Virginia in its fiscal 2005 budget. Budget deficit; Expansion of projected revenue; Factors that contribute to the shortfall.