By looking at the downgrade of the U.S. debt, we can see how a credit rating impacts a country’s ability to borrow.
Remembering that independence is not only politics, today we can also honor the economic independence that Alexander Hamilton created.
How to decide if adding $4 trillion (or so) to the U.S. debt is too much, too little, or just right? We can start with ourselves and ask if $200,000 is a lot to borrow when you buy a home.…
The six facts that we need to know about the federal budget include spending, taxes, borrowing, and where we could wind up.
Through just six facts about the U.S. debt, we can get a pretty good picture of what it is, who funds it, and where it might go.
With the U.S. an increasingly large contributor and an example of “debt creep,” world debt is dominated by five countries.