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Money coming in to the government is known as? A. The treasury department B. the internal Revenue service C. The federal reserve system D. The office of management and budget User: Many of the expenditures of the government are considered uncontrollable expenditures. Which of the following would not be an uncontrollable expenditure? A. Social Security payments B. Medicare costs C. unemployment compensation D. salaries for federal officials.
Weegy: salaries for federal officials. User: The biggest sources of revenue for the government are A. fines and license fees. B. taxes and borrowing. C. national park admissions and fund raising events. D. profits and interest payments. Weegy: (b) (More)
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Which of the following is true of a deficit? A. It brings in less than it spends. B. It increases the debt. C. It could be addressed by increasing revenue or decreasing expenditure. D. All of the above.
Weegy: B,A deficit is the amount by which a sum falls short of some reference amount. In economics, [ a deficit is a shortfall in revenue; in more specific cases it may refer to: * Government budget deficit o Deficit spending o Primary deficit, the pure deficit derived after deducting the interest payments o Structural and cyclical deficit, parts of the public sector deficit * Income deficit, the difference between family income and the poverty threshold * Trade deficit, when the value of imports exceed the value of exports * Balance of payments deficit, when the balance of payments is negative ] User: The agency that assists the president in developing the budget is known as A. the Congressional Budget Office B. the Internal Revenue Service. C. the Office of Management and Budget. D. the Treasury Department. User: Which of the following is descriptive of a deficit budget? A. It plans to have more revenue than expenditure. B. It plans to have equal income and expenditure. C. It plans to have more expenditure than revenue. D. Taxes are required by law to balance the budget. Weegy: C. It plans to have more expenditure than revenue (More)
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