The President's FY 2013 Budget Series

White House Mixes Up Some Numbers on Simpson-Bowles

As readers of The Bottom Line and our releases will know, CRFB strives to compare as many plans as possible on a similar basis so that policymakers,...

Going Long: OMB's 75-Year Projections

In our paper on the President's budget, we noted that the budget would only temporarily stabilize the debt as a percent of GDP. In fact, it would...

What Will the Budget Look Like in 2022?

In our continued analysis of the President’s budget, we now move to a detailed examination of what the budget would look like at the end of the...

CRFB Analysis of the President's 2013 Budget

Since the release of the President’s FY 2013 budget on Monday, CRFB has provided coverage of the President’s proposal through our FY 2013...

How CBO May Score the President's Budget

Last year, when the President's budget used overly optimistic economic assumptions and various magic asterisks, we re-estimated their budget using...

How the President Met the 2013 Cap

Continuing on in our blog series, we will be discussing discretionary spending proposals in the President's budget.The FY 2013 budget was notable for...

What Will the Budget Look like in 2022?

In this edition of our continuing analysis of the President's FY 2013 budget, we will now examine what the budget will look like in 2022, the end of...

Budget Reform Proposals in the President's FY 2013 Budget

This installment of the FY 2013 Budget Series focuses on some of the budget process reform proposals buried deep in the Analytical Perspectives...

Key Fiscal Metrics in the President's Budget

With President Obama's FY 2013 budget out in the open for review (see our initial reaction and analysis) we will now more closely examine many...

CRFB's Reaction to the President's Budget

CRFB has just released its press release on the President's budget, including some basic analysis of the fiscal trajectory. The budget includes...

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