The Most Wonderful Time of the Year

Sullivan, John
April 2013
Investment Advisor;Apr2012, Vol. 33 Issue 4, p10
The author reflects his views on debt reduction of the U.S. by reducing spending rather than increasing taxes. He informed that instead of discretionary programs or cutting government spending, the U.S. government increases income taxes. He explores that the entitlement spending is reson for increased federal spending and which is untouched by the budget sequester.


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