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He would see the benefit of the suggested spending by means of higher tax collections stemming from increased economic activity. We then continued to create a tool to perform the amounts for the type of tax choices it would take for the President to be able to claim that the stimulus deal really worked. 15,888,600,000 (just a little under 16 billion USD).
Of course, if President Obama were smarter about money, we’re sure he’d been employed by this out on his own! 16 billion, surely the President will be able to trumpet his grand achievement! Just how did those tax selections work for Chief executive Obama away? Let’s answer that today by comparing the actual White House’s Office of Management and Budget projected would be the total of tax receipts in the United States for Fiscal Year 2009 against the actual U.S.
Noting that U.S. fiscal yr 2009 ran from 1 October 2008 through 30 September 2009, we find that total taxes collections dropped some 43.the yr 3 billion dollars below where they were projected to be for. It would seem then that the stimulus was ineffective. But before that conclusion is drawn by us, let’s turn to see the quarter-by-quarter breakdown of the federal government’s tax collections and match that against the timing of the expenditures for which it provides. In the end, the stimulus bill didn’t pass before end of February 2009, with a lot of the associated spending not planned to take place until much later.
Using the federal government’s tax collections as a proxy for the performance of the U.S. Fiscal Year 2009 (January through March 2009) was the most severe, followed by a solid increase in the third fiscal quarter (April through June 2009), but has fallen since back. Taking a look at a year-over year comparison between Fiscal Year 2009’s first quarter and Fiscal Year 2010’s first quarter, we confirm a substantial decline has occurred during President Obama’s first year in office, despite the President’s stimulus spending initiatives.
Could the majority of the benefit of the stimulus spending have occurred from April through June 2009? Fortunately, CBO Director Doug Elmendorf just gave a presentation titled “Implementation Lags of Fiscal Policy” to the IMF’s conference on fiscal policy. All of the following data are from his display. The problem is that only 11% of the first series (discretionary spending) will be spent by October 1 of the year. On the other hand, 31-32% of the entitlement and taxes cuts lines will be out the door by that point.
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I have questions about the velocity of the entitlement part. We find then that the President’s personal economic accomplishment to date has failed to achieve its mentioned purpose of stimulating the U.S. Stimulus Package: Our Entry for Worst Idea Competition Always Behind the Curve Better Ideas for Fiscal Stimulus Packages Where in fact the Stimulus Money Is Going How exactly to know If the “Stimulus” Worked Sports Stadium Stimuli? I think it could help if your article got clarified that the projected tax receipts for 2009 had already considered the projected reduction in taxes receipts from ARRA.
That’s not just how I originally interpreted it, and it took some digging to find where in the connected PDF it actually said the projection included the impact of ARRA. If one misinterprets it the true way I did, a season in which there have been cuts to taxes rates seems tautological then stating tax collections are down in. As our reader notes, the comparison of projected vs actual tax collections do indeed incorporate the projected ramifications of the ARRA stimulus package spending and tax cuts.
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