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CBO -- Projected Costs of U.S. Nuclear Forces, 2015 to 2024

Projected Costs of U.S. Nuclear Forces, 2015 to 2024
Source: Congressional Budget Office

CBO estimates that over the 2015–2024 period, the Administration’s plans for nuclear forces would cost $348 billion, an average of about $35 billion a year, and an amount that is close to CBO’s December 2013 estimate of $355 billion for the 2014–2023 period.

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Business And Economics

CBO Estimates 10-Year Cost of SGR Repeal at $174.5 Billion

According to the latest Congressional Budget Office (CBO) figures, replacing the SGR-based Medicare physician-reimbursement formula over the next 10 years, as proposed in legislation introduced last year, would cost $174.5 billion. 171 more words

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CBO -- The Long-Term Costs of Major Health Care Programs: Fiscal Implications and Projection Methods (presentation)

The Long-Term Costs of Major Health Care Programs: Fiscal Implications and Projection Methods
Source: Congressional Budget Office

Presentation by CBO’s Deputy Assistant Director for Health, Jessica Banthin, Ph.D., to the Joint Network on the Fiscal Sustainability of Health Systems, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development in Paris, France.

Business And Economics

CBO -- The Taxation of Social Security Benefits

The Taxation of Social Security Benefits
Source: Congressional Budget Office

About 60 million people received Social Security benefits in 2014, CBO estimates. Up to 85 percent of a recipient’s benefits are subject to the individual income tax, depending on the recipient’s overall income.

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Taxation

Good Question: How Much Do We Pay In Taxes?

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) - If you haven’t done so already, you might be gathering up all the paperwork you’ll need to send your money off to Uncle Sam. 304 more words

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CBO's Economic Forecasting Record: 2015 Update

CBO’s Economic Forecasting Record: 2015 Update
Source: Congressional Budget Office

For nearly four decades, the Congressional Budget Office has prepared economic forecasts that underlie the agency’s projections for the federal budget and cost estimates for proposed federal legislation.

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Business And Economics