Month by Month, Mississippi Cuts Spending to Finish Fiscal Year in Balance
- Saudi Arabia: Prudent Spending For 2006. // Emerging Markets Monitor;12/19/2005, Vol. 11 Issue 35, p21
The article presents an outlook on government spending in Saudi Arabia in 2006. It is assumed that the budget for 2006 will be higher than the budget. A decline in public debt levels is expected by the end of the 2005 financial year. Finance for education and manpower development will be...
- Budget of the United States, 1930. // Congressional Digest;Dec28, Vol. 7 Issue 12, p333
Presents a copy of the eighth U.S. budget proposal for the year 1930, as transmitted by the U.S. President to Congress on December 5, 1928. Estimated receipts for the fiscal year 1928; French debt; Indicated surplus for 1930; Finance forecast for 1929; Budget for various needs, such as national...
- Achieving progress on fiscal consolidation by controlling government expenditures. // OECD Economic Surveys: Japan;Apr2008, Vol. 2008 Issue 4, p63
With gross debt of 180% of GDP, further measures to reduce the large budget deficit are increasingly urgent. An improvement in the budget balance of between 4% and 5% of GDP (on a primary budget basis) is needed just to stabilise the government debt to GDP ratio, a first step towards the...
- THE IMPACT OF FISCAL POLICY OVER THE NATIONAL BUDGET. // Metalurgia International;Sep2010 Supplement, p195
No abstract available.
- Senate and House Budget Committees Release Fiscal Year 2014 Budgets. Magnuson, John R. // NCADD Washington Report;Mar2013, Vol. 16 Issue 6, p1
This article reports on the release of the Fiscal Year 2014 House budget resolution, called The Path to Prosperity: A Responsible, Balanced Budget," by U.S. House Budget Committee chairman Paul Ryan. The resolution aims to balance the budget by 2023 and eliminate the entire national debt after...
- How Good Are the Government's Deficit and Debt Projections and Should We Care? Kliesen, Kevin L.; Thornton, Daniel L. // Review (00149187);Jan/Feb2012, Vol. 94 Issue 1, p21
Each year, the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) publishes its Budget and Economic Outlook. The CBO's deficit projections for the current fiscal year (FY) and the next 10 FYs are widely followed because they provide an assessment of the medium-term budget outlook based on current law and a...
- Budget Balance through Revenue or Spending Adjustment: Evidence from Pakistan. IQBAL, NADEEM; MALIK, WASIM SHAHID // Pakistan Development Review;Winter2010, Vol. 49 Issue 4, p611
No abstract available.
- The Economic Consequences of Disappearing Government Debt. Reinhart, Vincent; Sack, Brian // Brookings Papers on Economic Activity;2000, Issue 2, p163
The article focuses on the economic consequences of disappearing government debt. Federal budgetary developments in the U.S. of late have been fast moving. The latest projections of the Congressional Budget Office peg the federal surplus for fiscal year 2000 in excess of $230 billion, around $50...
- Taxing situation. // New Hampshire Business Review;7/12/2002, Vol. 24 Issue 15, p7A
Reports on the budget shortfall in New Hampshire in 2002. Move of the state lawmakers to generate revenue to fund the state's share of education aid; Amount of the budget shortfall; Implications of the shortfall for the state.