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[IWS] CBO: OPTIONS FOR REDUCING THE DEFICIT: 2015 to 2024 [20 November 2014]

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Cdngressional Budget Office (CBO)

 

OPTIONS FOR REDUCING THE DEFICIT: 2015 to 2024 [20 November 2014]

http://www.cbo.gov/budget-options/2014?utm_source=PANTHEON_STRIPPED&utm_medium=PANTHEON_STRIPPED&utm_content=PANTHEON_STRIPPED&utm_campaign=PANTHEON_STRIPPED

or

http://www.cbo.gov/sites/default/files/cbofiles/attachments/49638-BudgetOptions.pdf

[full-text, 71 pages]

 

The Congress faces an array of policy choices as it confronts the prospect of large annual budget deficits and further increases in the already-large government debt that are projected to occur in coming decades under current law. To help inform lawmakers about the budgetary implications of changing federal policies, CBO periodically issues volumes of policy options and their effects on the federal budget, of which this is the most recent. The agency also issues separate reports that present policy options in particular areas.

 

This document provides estimates of the budgetary savings from 79 options that would decrease federal spending or increase federal revenues over the next decade.

 

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