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In The Guide for the Federal Budget, author Stanley E. Collender makes clear that despite the regular uncertainties of the nations budgetary needs and the first fiscal year with a surplus since 1969, the budget is an immense and understandable entity.

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Like most of those who have observed the constant fighting in Washington over the past three decades about how best to eliminate the federal deficit, one would assume that, once there was a surplus, the annual budget debate would be far easier, go much faster, and be far less confusing. However, assumptions are typically wrong. In The Guide for the Federal Budget, author Stanley E. Collender makes clear that despite the regular uncertainties of the nations budgetary needs and the first fiscal year with a surplus since 1969, the budget is an immense and understandable entity. Collender's ability to present the most complex and intricate budget process in the world into understandable and concise format is excellent. This book will serve as a resource to anyone trying to understand what goes into preparing the largest budget in the world.

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ISBN:
9780870784347
Author:
Collender, Stanley E.
Publisher:
Century Foundation Press
Subject:
Budget
Subject:
U.S. Government
Subject:
Periodicals
Subject:
Federal government
Subject:
Government - U.S. Government
Subject:
Government - National
Subject:
Politics-United States Politics
Publication Date:
19990331
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Pages:
221
Dimensions:
8.93x5.98x.59 in. .85 lbs.

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"Synopsis" by , Like most of those who have observed the constant fighting in Washington over the past three decades about how best to eliminate the federal deficit, one would assume that, once there was a surplus, the annual budget debate would be far easier, go much faster, and be far less confusing. However, assumptions are typically wrong. In The Guide for the Federal Budget, author Stanley E. Collender makes clear that despite the regular uncertainties of the nations budgetary needs and the first fiscal year with a surplus since 1969, the budget is an immense and understandable entity. Collender's ability to present the most complex and intricate budget process in the world into understandable and concise format is excellent. This book will serve as a resource to anyone trying to understand what goes into preparing the largest budget in the world.
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