Earlier this week the Social Security Administration (SSA) announced the annual cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) for next year (2022) would be 5.9 percent. That’s slightly more than the
This week the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office (CBO) published its final monthly budget review for FY 2021.
As Democrats in Congress continue to meet with President Biden to determine the ultimate size and scope of their social spending plan, it’s worth taking a minute to step back and consider
For several months, Republicans and Democrats in Washington, DC have been barreling towards each other on a collision course over a pair of looming fiscal deadlines.
"The Senate’s bipartisan physical infrastructure bill is a triumph of congressional dealmaking, the sort of thing
This week on Facing the Future, Tori Gorman and I discussed balance sheets, risk, and the “arrhythmia of finance'' with Peter Fisher, Senior Fellow at the Center for Business, Government
Despite a pending government shutdown and looming debt default, this week federal lawmakers in Washington were hyper-focused on the House reconciliation legislation, the second installmen
This week on Facing the Future we went from Georgia to Colorado and back to Washington, D.C.
The impact of the Social Security program on the Federal budget has been the subject of much controversy and confusion. Indeed, disagreement between the