Joe Biden Finance Plan For Fiscal Year 2024

Finance Plan


WASHINGTON:USA President Joe Biden declared his finance plan proposition for the following monetary year on Friday.

Starting on October 1, 2023, and continuing through September 30, 2024, the 182-page proposal anticipated that the federal government would spend 6.9 trillion dollars during the fiscal year 2024.

“By making the wealthy and big corporations pay their fair share,” according to Biden, his finance plan aims to reduce the deficit by nearly 3 trillion dollars over the next ten years.

In a letter to Congress, he stated, “We propose a billionaire minimum tax, requiring the wealthiest Americans to pay at least 25% on all of their income, including appreciated assets.”

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“China is the US’s just rival with both the aim to reshape the global request and, progressively, the financial, discretionary, military and mechanical ability to make it happen,” the White House said in a rundown of the spending plan.

The U.S. faces a looming, highly partisan debate about how to raise the country’s $31.4 trillion debt ceiling, which is the limit on how much money the government can borrow to pay its bills. The budget plan  released at the same time.

Biden opponents in the Republican-controlled House of Representatives have called for large funding cuts, not increases, in future yearly spending plans, such as the one Biden presented for the year starting October 1, to rein in chronic budget deficits that currently total more than $1 trillion annually.

If Biden and Congress cannot agree on a debt-ceiling increase in the upcoming months, the United States could default on its finance plan obligations for the first time, a financial catastrophe that could affect world markets and increase unemployment in the United States.

Republicans argue that spending by the government is out of control and that specific programs should  drastically reduced or eliminated.

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Biden, on the other hand, is calling for higher taxes to be levied on corporations and high-paid individuals who earn more than $400,000 annually to help fund his new or expanded programs. Although they have stated that they will do so in the coming month, Republicans have yet to specify which programs they would cut or eliminate.

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