Senate Panel Approves More Money for Highways in 2003
- ...And slyly eliminates embarrassing tax charts. // Human Events;2/17/95, Vol. 51 Issue 6, p7
Focuses on the deletion of tax charts in President Bill Clinton's 1996 budget proposal. Generational accounting as a means to measure the impact of federal spending on the average amount of taxes to be paid by each generation of Americans; Estimation that Americans born after 1994 will pay more...
- Cut deficits now and worry about taxes later, CED urges. // Westchester County Business Journal;6/12/95, Vol. 34 Issue 24, p5
Reports that a group of national business leaders is urging Congress and the administration of President Bill Clinton to defer tax cuts until a balanced budget is in place. Report from the Program Committee of the Committee for Economic Development (CED); Efforts to raise long-term economic...
- Reagan plan sails into uncertain seas. Selpp, Warren S. // ABA Banking Journal;Jun81, Vol. 73 Issue 6, p4
Focuses on the enactment of the National Economic Recovery Program by President Ronald Reagan in the U.S. Complexity of the congressional budget process; Relation of the change proposals in the tax law to the budget; Agreement with the final budget resolution.
- Republicans put tax cuts before the people's needs. Rangel, Charles B. // New York Amsterdam News;03/08/2001, Vol. 92 Issue 10, p12
Editorial. Opposes the tax reduction proposal of President George W. Bush in the United States. Criticism at the absence of a national budget; Concern over the deprivation of revenue for the federal government; Threat to the Social Security system and Medicare.
- It's a wash. Evans, Mike // Industry Week/IW;10/07/96, Vol. 245 Issue 18, p98
Examines the effect of changes in the tax and spending ratios on real growth, unemployment, and inflation in the United States (US). US presidents who raised spending as a proportion of gross domestic product; Presidents who raised taxes; Figures on tax rates and federal spending in 1996.
- New highway legislation introduced. // Pit & Quarry;Mar2002, Vol. 94 Issue 10, p64
Reports on the introduction of bipartisan legislation designed to increase highway funding in all U.S. states by transportation committee leaders in both the House and Senate in 2002. Objective of the funding; Significance of the bill; Amount of highway budget that will be distributed among the...
- Tax Cut Budget Agreement Skimps On Details On Estate Tax And Pension Reform Issues. Brostoff, Steven // National Underwriter / Life & Health Financial Services;5/7/2001, Vol. 105 Issue 19, p82
Discusses the United States Congressional agreement on the outlines of a budget package calling for a tax cut. Concerns about the failure to agree on what will be included in the packages; Request made by United States President George W. Bush.
- Use budget surplus to ease tax burden. Roth III, William F. // Grand Rapids Business Journal;06/15/98, Vol. 16 Issue 24, p26
Offers suggestions on how the United States government should use the budget surplus. Need to get rid of the penalty for marriage in the tax code; Elimination of the alternative minimum tax (AMT) for individuals and estate tax; Transfer of excess funds to the Social Security trust funds.
- Remember budget when you go to polls. // Crain's Detroit Business;8/5/2002, Vol. 18 Issue 31, p8
Reports the financial problem for the gubernatorial election in the U.S. Importance of state budget in political campaigns; Plan of increasing tax; View of voters on the financial problem.