How Corporations Subsidize the Federal Debt
The exploding federal debt motivated the Fed’s low interest rate and liquidity policies which, inadvertently, have penalized corporations.
CBO Increases 2016 Deficit Forecast to $590B
The agency is projecting lower-than-expected tax revenue, with most of the drag coming from falling corporate profits.
CBO Increases 2016 Deficit Forecast to $544B
The U.S government budget deficit that the CBO is currently projecting is $130 billion higher than the one that the agency projected in August.
U.S. Budget Deficit at Lowest Level Since 2009
The fiscal 2015 shortfall represents only 2.5% of the economy, reflecting increased collection of taxes and higher corporate profits.
Budget Deficit May Be Heading to 7-Year Low
The Congressional Budget Office revises its deficit projection for fiscal 2015 to $425 billion, down from $486 billion.
CFO’s Daily Roundup: June 22, 2015
A collection of CFO.com's articles and stories published on June 22, 2015
U.S. Budget Deficit Lowest Since 2008
The federal government's receipts grew nearly 9% in fiscal 2014, helped by growth in corporate taxable profits and an increase in payroll tax collections.