Federal budget: An accountant's approach
- Kansas City Stadium Projects Get Split Decision From Jackson County Voters. Shields, Yvette // Bond Buyer;4/6/2006, Vol. 356 Issue 32355, p29
The article reports on the approval of the voters in Jackson County, Missouri to a three-eights-of-a-cent sales tax increase to support 425 million dollars in bonding to help finance 575 million dollars in renovation to the stadiums. There were 78, 800 voters who endorsed the tax that is...
- Panel Discussion: Alternative Tax Policies for the Future in Light of the Current Economic and Budget Outlook. Steurle, C. Eugene // Journal of Accounting, Auditing & Finance;Summer89, Vol. 4 Issue 3, p404
In summary, there are no longer available those automatic sources of funds that paid for past changes in priorities, including expansion of various domestic expenditure programs. In this new world, trade-offs are much more explicit and, at least for the time being, have appeared much harder to...
- The 2002 Downturn in State Revenues: A Comparative Review and Analysis. Giertz, J. Fred; Giertz, Seth H. // National Tax Journal;Mar2004, Vol. 57 Issue 1, p111
We analyze the behavior of state revenues since the early 1950s to determine the severity of the revenue declines experienced by states after the 2001 recession. Both total state revenues for the nation and state-level data for each state are studied. We conclude that the states were indeed hit...
- Fiscal and structural indicators. // OECD Economic Surveys: Sweden;Aug1999, Vol. 1999 Issue 18, p167
Presents charts of the fiscal and structural indicators of Sweden. Structure of expenditure and receipts; Budget indicators of the general government; Tax rates.
- Hysteria. // Saturday Evening Post;10/10/1931, Vol. 204 Issue 15, p24
Comments on the call for increased taxation in the U.S. as of October 1931. Implication of schemes that involve large increases in taxation; Remarks on planning government expenditures and taxation.
- Grim Realities. // Saturday Evening Post;7/14/1934, Vol. 207 Issue 2, p22
Comments on the complexity of the activities of the U.S. Federal Government. Confusion of the average person on the spending process of the government; Doubt about the imposition of higher taxation; Approach in meeting government expenditure.
- THE LAMENT OF A TAXPAYER. Phillips, H. I. // Saturday Evening Post;2/9/1935, Vol. 207 Issue 32, p27
Shares the grief of a taxpayer over the imposition of various tax forms to the citizens in the U.S. Irritation over the introduction of new forms of levy; Disgust on how the government spend public money; Reaction to the tax imposed on entertainment.
- Tax Limit Debates Loom in Kansas, Oklahoma. Watts, Jim // Bond Buyer;12/27/2005, Vol. 354 Issue 32286, p1
The article reports on petition drives in Kansas and Oklahoma in 2005 that bring public attention to the tax-capping and government-limiting stipulations of the Taxpayers' Bill of Rights (TABOR) initiatives in the U.S. Key issues discussed include the primary goals of the TABOR to limit annual...
- Fast Facts. // Medical Economics;4/22/2005, Vol. 82 Issue 8, p15
Provides facts on amount of federal spending received by several states, namely, New Mexico, Alaska, New Hampshire and New Jersey, for each federal tax dollar given to the United States government.