federal debt: Government Balance Sheet Part II - 03/02/16 04:02 PM
Yesterday, I wrote about the government balance sheet. You can read that blog post here.
The bottom line is that student loans make up more than 30% of our ASSETS. However, the General Accounting Office (GAO) issues a report card on various governmental agencies.
The Department of Defense, Department of Housing and Urban Development, and the Department of Agriculture are all singled out for their failure to prepare complete and accurate financial statements. This is corroborated by a report published last year stating that the Defense Department has somehow “misplaced” $8.5 trillion of taxpayer money over the last 20 years. WHOA!The GAO cites other material weaknesses in … (1 comments)

federal debt: Official Government Balance Sheet Just Released - 03/01/16 01:14 PM
The US government just published its audited financial statements a few days ago. They are signed by Treasury Secretary Jack Lew. These reports are intended provide an accurate accounting of government finances, just like any big corporation would do. If our government was a corporation, this report would be followed by SELL signals or  the Grade of F.The US government’s financial condition has declined significantly from the previous year. For 2015, the government reports $3.2 trillion in total assets. This includes everything from financial assets like bank balances to physical assets like tanks, bullets, aircraft carriers, and the federal highway system. Curiously, the single biggest line item … (5 comments)

 
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