State Medicaid budgets are feeling squeezed as demand and costs continue to rise past inflation or budget predictions.
Lucketts, Virginia received $4 Million from Congress to make improvements to road Route 15. This was back in 2003.Continue reading “Virginia Town Gets Tax Money For Road Improvements, “Consultants” Take 40% of the Fund”
New study of taxes by state puts Indiana at #10 in the nation.
When government and private sector accounting collide, bad news usually follows. Continue reading “School District Finds “Unexpected” $30 Million Budget Deficit”
Indiana gained a new stream of tax revenue by legalizing sports gambling earlier this year.Continue reading “State of Indiana Gains $813,000 of Tax Revenue First Month of Sports Gambling”
Chicago teachers are officially on strike and lost in the media reporting, on a national level, their pension fund is rapidly heading towards bankruptcy.Continue reading “Chicago Teachers Go On Strike As Their Pension System Goes Broke”
Local governments expanding into sports facility markets the last twenty years have not worked at well.Continue reading “Westfield, Indiana Sports Complex Blows Out Budget, Needs More Taxpayer Money”
New budget accounting rules that went into affect in 2018 for state budget reporting shows a grim financial picture.Continue reading “BROKE: 40 Out Of 50 US States Do Not Have Enough Money To Pay Their Bills”
Pension cost and liabilities are a big issue for many local and state governments.Continue reading “Pension Liabilities Consuming Tiny Maryland Government Agency”
Hardly ever does media show how local & state taxpayers get overburden financially by illegal immigration.Continue reading “How Illegal Immigrants Cost Local and State Taxpayers”