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Balanced Budget for the United States of America by 2009

Summary: How to balance the budget and cut/increase spending in necessary areas for 2004-2008

Budget of the United States of America

As the United States accelerates into a future shrouded in uncertainty of terrorism in the homeland and fiscal stability, it is even more vital for its Federal Government to be working on a stable platform. This means having a balanced budget, a shrinking debt and increased spending on Defense. Through troubled times come sacrifices, and this is no different, spending will have to be cut from some non-vital agencies causing difficulties for some, but benefiting all in time. To better understand the Country's current situation, one must look at the financial situation.

The first order of business must be to discuss how much of the GDP will be collected in taxes to fund the Government for the coming months and years. The average percent of GDP collected and spent by the Government for the last five years is 19.506% with the lowest...

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