Although the tax filing season is over, the Senate Finance Committee seems intent on resurrecting the question of whether to extend certain tax breaks -- known as “extenders” -- that expi
In a Fox News town hall program with Chris Wallace in Claremont, New Hampshire Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg discussed an array of issues, including his proposals on fiscal polic
New projections by the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) show that President Trump’s proposed Fiscal Year 2020 budget would increase th
I totally agree with recent comments from Robert Bixby of The Concord Coalition encouraging voters to ask 2020 presidential candidates how they would address our national debt and annual deficits.
Low interest rates on the federal debt have allowed the government to borrow more in recent years without seeing the cost of servicing that debt rise as a share of the economy (GDP).
“We need to have a strong economy,” says Robert L. Bixby, executive director of the nonpartisan Concord Coalition.
There’s a familiar ring to the latest report by the Government Accountability Office (GAO) on the nation’s fiscal health, and that is not a good sign.
As the candidates compete to spend taxpayers’ money, watchdogs said it’ll be important for voters to judge how realistic are the offsetting spending cuts or, more frequently, tax increases.
The federal government posted its biggest monthly budget deficit ever in February as a sharp decline in corporate revenue coincided with increased spending, the Treasury Department announced Friday