Most federal mandatory spending is spent on?
Asked in Ronald Reagan
During Reagan's presidency federal spending increased most for what?
Asked in US Constitution
What taxes provide the federal government with most of its money?
Asked in Federal Laws
Which thing has the most dramatic effect on federal spending?
Asked in US Constitution
What is the largest category of discretionary spending?
The us government has decided to issue federal income tax rebates to taxpayers what is the most likely goal of these rebates?
Asked in Economics, US Constitution
During a recession what will the federal government most likely do to stabilize the economy?
The federal government has a few options when dealing with an economic recession. The most likely choice is to attempt to stimulate the economy by encouraging individuals to continue spending money. The government may choose to offer tax breaks to give people access to more money, making them more likely to continue spending.
Asked in Business Accounting and Bookkeeping
What can most easily be removed from a budget if spending is higher than income?
Asked in Science, Conditions and Diseases
What disease has had the most money spent on research?
Asked in Politics and Government, Tennis
Which state gets the most federal money?
According to www.taxfoundation.org, the Federal spending received per dollar of taxes paid by state for 2005: New Mexico got $2.03 back for every $1 spent in federal taxes. The non state District of Columbia got a whopping $5.55 for every $1 New York got $0.79 per $1 California got $0.78 per $1 http://www.taxfoundation.org/taxdata/show/266.html === ===
Asked in Banking
Why costs and budget need to be controlled?
If you budget and do not control the spending then how do you know what is received and spent. If the receipts and spending of the receipts are not controlled then you have uncontrolled spending and since money spends faster than it is earned in most instances one would find themselves without the resources needed for the budget, the project or the results desired in the budgeting process.
Should it be mandatory for a criminal to tell their employer of their crime?
How much did George W Bush's inauguration cost?
A report from The New York Times states that the District of Columbia and the federal government spent a combined $115.5-million in 2005, "most of it for security, the swearing-in ceremony, clean-up and for a holiday for federal workers." (In addition to the $42.3-million Mr. Bush's inaugural committee spent)
Asked in US Constitution, US Government
What does the federal government spend most of its money on?
For fiscal year 2012, the largest source of federal government spending was for entitlements such as health care and social security (social security also falls under pensions). These programs combined composed about 44% of the federal government's budget: Health care is 22% and pensions are 22%. National defense comes in as the next largest source of spending at 24% of the budget, and is the largest individual section of the budget source of spending. (as opposed to combined 44% that entitlements makes) For more information, visit the Related Link.