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What Is the Debt Ceiling? - Bonds - About.com
A simple explanation of the debt ceiling debate and crisis: Find out how the debt ceiling works, and how the debate could impact financial market performance.
What Is the Fiscal Cliff? - Bonds - About.com
At the same time, the spending cuts agreed upon as part of the debt ceiling deal of 2011 - a total of $1.2 trillion over ten years - were scheduled to go into effect.
Debt Ceiling Definition - US Economy - About.com
The debt ceiling is a limit on how much debt the U.S. government can have. Why raising it has become an issue, and what happens if it isn't raised.
US Debt Ceiling History
The U.S. debt ceiling history began way back in 1917 with the Second Liberty Bond Act, which helped finance the United States' entry into World War I. Since ...
The Debt Ceiling - Question and Answers - US Government Info
Question: What is the debt ceiling? Answer: The debt ceiling is a statutory limit on the amount of U.S federal debt held by the public and the government's own ...
Debt Ceiling - Under Modern U.S. Presidents - US Government Info
Congress has tinkered with the debt ceiling, the statutory limit on amount of money the United States government is authorized to borrow to meet its legal ...
Debt Limit Jokes - Political Humor - About.com
The best late-night jokes about the stand-off between Democrats and Republicans over raising the nation's debt ceiling.
National Debt Limit Fight - US Politics on About.com
We've been hearing a great deal of chatter in Washington about the “debt limit.” What is it? Should we raise it? Should we just ignore it? What if we ignore it?
Debt Ceiling - Can the President Raise it Alone
But when the federal government maxes out on spending and refuses to raise the statutory limit on borrowing, is the president allowed to raise the debt ceiling ...
How the U.S. Debt Ceiling Affects Your Finances
The U.S. debt ceiling is all over the news these days. If you're not into politics, you 've probably ignored most of the talk. Here's the gist of what's going on: The ...
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