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The beginning of a new fiscal year presents a new chance for Americans to make sure the federal budget works for all of us. The Census' recent release of poverty data makes it clear that we have a long way to go. The National Priorities Project is pleased to sponsor a free webinar on Poverty and the Federal Budget with guest speaker Debbie Weinstein of the Coalition on Human Needs.
Do you know where your taxes went? Find out, plus the seven things you should know about taxes.
How do competing budget proposals address what Americans want?
In this free webinar, National Priorities Project Research Director Lindsay Koshgarian will use nine charts to explain key elements of President Obama's 2016 budget proposal. The budget outlines important policy priorities of the president and sets the stage for debate in Congress about how to spend taxpayer dollars in the next year.
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The U.S. federal budget has a profound impact on state budgets, local economies, and individual well-being. This webinar will offer a brief introduction to the main components of President Obama's FY2015 budget, discuss other emerging blueprints from the Congressional Progressive Caucus and Congressman Paul Ryan, and provide an overview of this year's budget process. The webinar was hosted by Women's Action for New Directions and was recorded in March 2014.
This webinar is meant to give an introduction to federal budget issues. Geared toward those who are interested in advocating for policy change at the federal level, this webinar was presented to a group of Roosevelt Institute Campus Network students and was recorded in February 2014.
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This interactive presentation covers some of the major budget collisions our lawmakers will face in the coming weeks and months, including the across-the-board spending cuts known as sequestration, the expiration of the continuing resolution that is currently this nation's budget, and the suspension of the debt ceiling. The presentation will last 20 minutes followed by 10 minutes for questions and discussion.
Understanding the Pentagon Budget introduces participants to issues related to U.S. military spending and how they relate to the current discussions abour our national spending priorities as our lawmakers face critical budgetary decsions in a period of fiscal austerity. The presentation will last 20 minutes followed by 10 minutes for questions and discussion
This presentation, done in conjunction with the Association of Public Data Users, discusses the decline of federal spending data as a result of its transition from packaged government data to open government data. Specifically, the talk examines the Census Bureau's non-terminated Consolidated Federal Funds Report and USASpending.gov The presentation is about 30 minutes long, followed by a Q&A session.
Tax reform is in the news as lawmakers in Washington contemplate a rewrite of the tax code. In this brief five minute presentation, you'll hear about why tax reform matters for ordinary citizens, some facts about corporate tax breaks, and how you can get involved.
Even though some of the specific materials in our 2011 / 2012 webinars have been overtaken by events, they still provide excellent overviews of timely issues and links to useful resources.
Come along on a tour of NPP's all new website with Executive Director Jo Comerford
NPP presents an overview of the FY2013 budget request with an emphasis on the impact on the states, some "winners and losers" and the stories behind the numbers.
NPP offered an overview of the issues related to raising the federal debt ceiling.
President's Budget FY2012 provided an overview of the FY2012 budget with an emphasis on the budgetary impact on the states.
Jobs, Deficits & Taxes demystified three of the most pressing issues of our time.