To accomplish or to reach.
Legislation that sets spending on particular programs for the coming year.
Any economic feature that works to increase income without additional government action.
Annual budget in which expenditures equal revenues.
A situation that occurs when a government spends more than it collects in revenue.
A situation that occurs when a government collects more revenue than it spends.
Money borrowed and not yet paid back.
Spending for federal programs that must receive approval each year.
A government program that makes payments to people who must meet certain requirements in order to help them meet their health, nutrition, and income needs.
To be greater than
How the government uses taxes and spending to reach economic goals.
Any 12-month period chosen for keeping accounts.
Funds that one level of government receives from another level of government.
Federal spending required by law that continues without the need for annual approvals by congress.
A tax on the value of land and property owned.
To aid or support a person, a business, an institution, or an undertaking with money.
To send a document or a message.
A tax on consumers at the time they buy a product or service.