Puerto Rico is just at the start of an economic renaissance.
Economy & Budget
There have been early warning signs that the CFPB is conclusion rich and research poor.
Too many Americans continue to feel financially squeezed and live paycheck to paycheck.
Many states’ welfare programs continue to lag behind the rest of the nation because they fail to implement simple, commonsense reforms.
We have clients who come to us because they’re concerned about the security of their tax return.
Members of Congress exploit stereotypes of SNAP recipients as people who are “gaming” the system or who are somehow undeserving of benefits.
Ratings agencies have made their feelings on Puerto Rican bonds pretty clear – they're junk. First, Puerto Rico's passing the Recovery Act caused them to downgrade the debt. Then, the courts striking down the Recovery Act caused them to downgrade...
There’s a reason why an incredibly diverse coalition (of parties that are generally not politically aligned) oppose RAWA.
A critical element of these Open Skies agreements is that they come with an expectation of fairness through competition in a private, open marketplace.
Congress will have to refinance debt held by the Trust Fund much to the chagrin of those who claim that the Trust Fund doesn't exist.