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Tag Archives: Congressional Budget Office

  1. Congress Fiddles While Bridges Crumble April 14, 2014

    Posted in Energy, Federal Budget & Economy, Types of Taxes.

    6 comments
  2. The Cruel Political Paradox of Deficit Reduction February 4, 2014

    Posted in Budget, Deficit reduction, Federal Budget & Economy.

    3 comments
  3. Where Are Tax Rates Headed? December 12, 2013

    Posted in About TaxVox.

    10 comments
  4. How Washington May Turn June Into Fiscal February November 21, 2013

    Posted in Budget, Federal Budget & Economy.

    4 comments
  5. Uncle Sam Is Smaller (Relatively) Than We Thought July 31, 2013

    Posted in About TaxVox, Budget, Federal Budget & Economy, The US Tax System.

    6 comments
  6. Immigration Pork June 25, 2013

    Posted in Deficit reduction, Federal Budget & Economy.

    3 comments
  7. Who Benefits from Tax Preferences? You Do. May 30, 2013

    Posted in Tax Expenditures, Tax Proposals, Tax Reform, The US Tax System.

    9 comments
  8. Bowles-Simpson II: A New Plan to Avoid the Sequester February 19, 2013

    Posted in Budget, Deficit reduction, Federal Budget & Economy, Tax Proposals, Tax Reform.

    8 comments
  9. Grim Predictions about the Fiscal Cliff II and Deficit Reduction January 8, 2013

    Posted in Budget, Deficit reduction, Federal Budget & Economy.

    8 comments
  10. What the Fiscal Cliff Deal Really Means for Taxes and Spending January 3, 2013

    Posted in Budget, Deficit reduction, Federal Budget & Economy, fiscal cliff, Tax Revenues.

    8 comments
  11. Gloom or Doom from CBO August 23, 2012

    Posted in Budget, Deficit reduction, Economic Stimulus, Individual Income Taxes, Tax Revenues, The US Tax System.

    4 comments
  12. Taxes Don’t Always Drive the Economy–Sometimes the Economy Drives Taxes July 12, 2012

    Posted in Economic Stimulus, Obama Economic Policy, The US Tax System.

    6 comments
  13. The Do-Nothing Fiscal Fix: Recipe for Recession September 1, 2011

    Posted in Budget, Bush tax cuts, Deficit reduction, Economic Stimulus.

    4 comments