Nassau County Surplus
- Surpluses reported. // State Government News;May2001, Vol. 44 Issue 5, p9
Reports on the budged surpluses of several states across the United States for the fiscal year ended September 30, 2000. Amount of the surpluses.
- The nation: Now the fight. // BRW;10/9/2003, Vol. 25 Issue 39, p14
Reports on the debate on how the Australian federal budget surplus should be spent.
- The nation: NSW surplus. // BRW;10/9/2003, Vol. 25 Issue 39, p15
Reports on the budget surplus of New South Wales for 2002-2003.
- Congressional Oversight: Opportunities to Address Risks, Reduce Costs, and Improve Performance: T-AIMD-00-96. Walker, David M. // GAO Reports;2/17/2000, p1
No matter how large the projected budget surpluses may turn out to be, the government still has a responsibility to make the most prudent use of taxpayer dollars. The question of what to do with the surplus has largely focused on such options as new spending, tax cuts, and retiring the debt. But...
- Surplus Wish List. Albanese, Elizabeth // Bond Buyer;9/26/2006, Vol. 357 Issue 32474, p35
The article reports on the surplus revenue of the state of Arkansas. Gubernatorial candidate Mike Beebe, said that should he win in the November 2006 election, he will be using $250 million to $300 million of the surplus revenue of the state to pay off bonds. He adds that additional revenue...
- Investment Fears May Hamper Real. // Latin America Monitor: Brazil Monitor;Oct2003, Vol. 20 Issue 10, p4
Presents economic updates in Brazil as of September 2003. Possible decline in interest rates; Increase in primary budget surplus; Trade current account surplus.
- NUMBERS IN THE NEWS. // Regional Today;
The article offers news briefs on the increase of the current account surpluses of Bulgaria and Greece to 262.2 million euros and 663.1 million euros in June 2013, respectively.
- The state of the central sub sector of the state budget in December 2012. // Hungary A.M.;01/09/2013, p7
The article discusses the 84.2 billion Hungarian forint budget surplus posted by the central sub sector of Hungary in December 2012.
- $3.8 billion. // Metro (NZ);Apr2007, Issue 309, p22
The article reports that $3.8 billion is the contribution of Auckland, New Zealand to the government's trade surplus in 2005.