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US Federal Government Spending - US Economy - About.com
Apr 6, 2014 ... The rest, called Discretionary spending, is negotiated between the President and Congress each year. The President's budget proposes that ...
Current US Discretionary Federal Budget and Spending
Apr 5, 2014 ... Discretionary spending is that part of the U.S. Federal Budget that is negotiated between the President and Congress each year as part of the ...
US Military Budget - US Economy - About.com
(Source: Office of Management and Budget, 2015 Budget, Summary Tables, Table S-11). Military spending is greater than Medicare ($529 billion), Medicaid ...
US Federal Budget Breakdown - US Economy - About.com
A breakdown of the 2015 U.S. Federal Budget, including: revenue projections, discretionary and mandatory spending, and how the deficit adds to the debt.
FY 2014 U.S. Federal Budget and Spending - US Economy - About ...
Apr 3, 2014 ... The U.S. Federal budget for FY 2014, why it was never approved, and what was actually spent instead.
Mandatory Spending Including Social Security and Medicare
Apr 5, 2014 ... The FY 2015 Federal Budget for mandatory spending programs. The outlook for Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid programs.
U.S. Government Federal Budget Summary and Highlights
Understand the U.S. Federal Budgets from FY 2006 through the most current year. Highlights of each year's revenue and spending. Read explanations of ...
Mandatory Spending - Definition in the U.S. Economy
Oct 7, 2013 ... Mandatory spending cannot be changed without an Act of Congress. It includes ... For specifics, see Current U.S. Mandatory Budget Spending.
Federal Budget: Spending and The National Debt
The debt is growing due to deficit spending, which has reached record levels under this administration. Explore issues surrounding the federal budget, from tax  ...
US Federal Government Budget FY 2013 Summary - US Economy
Like all Federal budgets, the President's FY 2013 budget was supposed to guide U.S. government spending for that fiscal year (October 1 2012 - September 30 ...
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