Fighting for a U.S. federal budget that prioritizes peace, economic security and shared prosperity
After we published a blog piece on the Home Mortgage Interest Deduction (HMID) this summer, several people wrote in to tell us how this tax break affected their lives.
The "carried interest rule" allows certain people, such as hedge fund managers, who earn money by investing other people’s money to pay a lower tax rate than many people who earn a living from wages.
Now that the shutdown is over, Head Start families and employees can breathe a sigh of relief, right? Well....
All summer I’ve been on the phone with Americans discussing the federal budget.
This summer has been full of surprises.
My name is Nicholas William Petsas. I grew up in Phoenix, Arizona and currently live in Tucson where I attend the University of Arizona Honors College.
NPP's amazing summer interns contribute in myriad ways to our work. This week our Summer Intern Profiles series continues with Jackie Stein, a Research Assistant on our Faces of the Federal Budget project.
Clay is a self-declared “evangelical Texan.”
This week's summer intern profile is Hannah Carrillo, who is working with NPP on our strategic planning project.
The stellar efforts of talented student interns throughout the year allows NPP to expand and deepen what we do across all aspects of our work. This week, we're highlighting Molly Grover, who is working with us as a Research Assistant on our Faces of the Federal Budget project.