Knapp8 - Weekly homework

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The National Budget Simulation Your New Budget Budget Totals Old budget was $3748.1268 billion ($2673 billion in spending, $1075.1268 billion in tax expenditures and cuts). New budget is $3630.01 billion ($2577.89 billion in spending, $1052.12 billion in tax expenditures and cuts). You have cut the deficit by $118.12 billion. Your new deficit is $282.88 billion. Spending Military Spending Iraq and Afghanistan Operations Military Retirement International affairs Science, Space and Technology Natural Resources and Environment Agriculture Commerce and Housing Loan Programs Transportation Education Training, labor and unemployment Non-Medicare Health Medicare Civilian Retirement (Social Security excluded) Aid to Low-Income Families General Family Support 1 Ron_Knapp8.doc
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Social security Administration of justice General government administration Net interest Tax Expenditures and Tax Cuts 2001 and 2003 Tax Cuts Corporate Tax Breaks Benefits Health Insurance Tax Benefits Housing tax benefits Other individual deductions and exemptions 2 Ron_Knapp8.doc
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Why you could (or couldn't) balance the budget? I don’t think one
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This note was uploaded on 06/15/2010 for the course EC 141DLC taught by Professor Antonifirner during the Fall '09 term at Park.

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