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North Carolina’s decade of economic success deserves celebration. Even more so, however, it is worth applauding the important steps toward reform that state lawmakers have undertaken over the past decade.
North Carolina’s decade of economic success deserves celebration. Even more so, however, it is worth applauding the important steps toward reform that state lawmakers have undertaken over the past decade.
 
The federal government’s budget is in such disarray that balancing the books would require a 30% spending cut or a 40% increase in taxes, a recent study found.
The federal government’s budget is in such disarray that balancing the books would require a 30% spending cut or a 40% increase in taxes, a recent study found.
 
North Carolina’s state government revenues continue to exceed expectations. According to the new state budget Director Kristen Walker, revenues for the current fiscal year that began July 1 are 10% higher than expected, as reported by the Associated Press.
North Carolina’s state government revenues continue to exceed expectations. According to the new state budget Director Kristen Walker, revenues for the current fiscal year that began July 1 are 10% higher than expected, as reported by the Associated Press.
 
Treasurer Folwell, Local Government Commission Praise Turnaround, Hand Keys Back to Town
Treasurer Folwell, Local Government Commission Praise Turnaround, Hand Keys Back to Town
 
Fiscal discipline is missing from the battle against elevated inflation, according to a paper published by the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget last week.
Fiscal discipline is missing from the battle against elevated inflation, according to a paper published by the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget last week.
 
As a Fiscal Conservative, I have always made it my goal, as a county commissioner, to hold spending down to keep our taxes low.
 
The Office of the State Controller this week released its General Fund Monthly Financial Report for the 2021-2022 fiscal year that ended June 30th.
The Office of the State Controller this week released its General Fund Monthly Financial Report for the 2021-2022 fiscal year that ended June 30th.
 
Local Government Commission Dealing With Rising Number of Municipalities in Fiscal Straits
 
Beaufort County's Commissioners met in a special session, May 31 2022, to continue the budgeting process, where the professed "Progressives" moved expediently to spend unwisely the People's money.
Beaufort County's Commissioners met in a special session, May 31 2022, to continue the budgeting process, where the professed "Progressives" moved expediently to spend unwisely the People's money.
 
Beaufort County's Commissioners met in a special session, May 31 2022, to continue the budgeting process, and it got weird real fast if one knows the history within the politics of governing Beaufort County.
Beaufort County's Commissioners met in a special session, May 31 2022, to continue the budgeting process, and it got weird real fast if one knows the history within the politics of governing Beaufort County.
 
Beaufort County's Commissioners wrapped up the people's budget after a feigned attempt at some deliberations; none, however, were intended to be constructive by the majority.
Beaufort County's Commissioners wrapped up the people's budget after a feigned attempt at some deliberations; none, however, were intended to be constructive by the majority.
 
As Beaufort County's premier internet related company, Symbiotic Networks (SNI), we create the highest quality representation of the Beaufort County Commissioners' general meeting of June, 2022 to provide for the public's complete awareness of their most important local government.
As Beaufort County's premier internet related company, Symbiotic Networks (SNI), we create the highest quality representation of the Beaufort County Commissioners' general meeting of June, 2022 to provide for the public's complete awareness of their most important local government.
 
Beaufort County's Commissioners met in a special session, May 31 2022, to continue the budgeting process that eventually leads to the ratification of fiscal budget for 2022 /2023.
 
Beaufort County's Commissioners met in a special session, May 26 2022, to continue the budgeting process that eventually leads to the ratification of fiscal budget for 2022 /2023.
 
Beaufort County's Commissioners met in a special session, May 24 2022, to continue the budgeting process that eventually leads to the ratification of fiscal budget for 2022 /2023.
 
Beaufort County's Commissioners met in a special session, May 19 2022, to continue the budgeting process that eventually leads to the ratification of fiscal budget for 2022 /2023.
 
Beaufort County's Commissioners met in a special session, May 16 2022, to continue the budgeting process that eventually leads to the ratification of fiscal budget for 2022 /2023.
Beaufort County's Commissioners met in a special session, May 16 2022, to continue the budgeting process that eventually leads to the ratification of fiscal budget for 2022 /2023.
 
In a rare presentation to the Beaufort County Commissioners, District Attorney Seth Edwards elucidated the local problem of narcotics, which was a revelation of profundity on a subject woven deep within our local societal fabric.
In a rare presentation to the Beaufort County Commissioners, District Attorney Seth Edwards elucidated the local problem of narcotics, which was a revelation of profundity on a subject woven deep within our local societal fabric.
 
Yesterday the Fiscal Research Division of the North Carolina General Assembly and the Office of State Budget and Management released a revised revenue forecast for the Fiscal Year 2021-2023 biennium.
Yesterday the Fiscal Research Division of the North Carolina General Assembly and the Office of State Budget and Management released a revised revenue forecast for the Fiscal Year 2021-2023 biennium.
 
State revenue forecasts jump from $28.4 billion to $32.6 billion in fiscal year 2021-2022.
State revenue forecasts jump from $28.4 billion to $32.6 billion in fiscal year 2021-2022.
 
Each month, Beaufort County's governing board convenes to do the People's business, and each month Commissioner Hood Richardson has a plethora of issues.
Each month, Beaufort County's governing board convenes to do the People's business, and each month Commissioner Hood Richardson has a plethora of issues.
 
All politics, all governing is local as I am often heard to repeat almost ad nauseum, and it is local because it is the local taxpayer that "pays the freight" for incredibly ignorant policy, by bone crushingly stupid politicians.
All politics, all governing is local as I am often heard to repeat almost ad nauseum, and it is local because it is the local taxpayer that "pays the freight" for incredibly ignorant policy, by bone crushingly stupid politicians.
 
Each month, Beaufort County's governing board convenes to do the People's business, and each month Commissioner Hood Richardson has a plethora of issues.
Each month, Beaufort County's governing board convenes to do the People's business, and each month Commissioner Hood Richardson has a plethora of issues.
 
One of the top issues for any board of county commissioners is the manner in which these public servants handle the policy on the disposing of the solid waste (garbage and other unwanted matter) of its citizens.
One of the top issues for any board of county commissioners is the manner in which these public servants handle the policy on the disposing of the solid waste (garbage and other unwanted matter) of its citizens.
 
Thanks to fiscally conservative policies of spending restraint and saving, state debt continues to trend downward as highlighted in the Debt Affordability Advisory Committee’s (the Committee) annual report submitted to the Governor and General Assembly last week.
Thanks to fiscally conservative policies of spending restraint and saving, state debt continues to trend downward as highlighted in the Debt Affordability Advisory Committee’s (the Committee) annual report submitted to the Governor and General Assembly last week.
 
Each month, Beaufort County's governing board convenes to do the People's business, and each month Commissioner Hood Richardson has a plethora of issues.
Each month, Beaufort County's governing board convenes to do the People's business, and each month Commissioner Hood Richardson has a plethora of issues.
 
Each month, Beaufort County's governing board convenes to do the People's business, and each month Commissioner Hood Richardson has a plethora of issues.
Each month, Beaufort County's governing board convenes to do the People's business, and each month Commissioner Hood Richardson has a plethora of issues.
 
Patrick Gleason of Americans for Tax Reform cites North Carolina in his latest Forbes column.
Patrick Gleason of Americans for Tax Reform cites North Carolina in his latest Forbes column.
 
Consensus revenue forecast shows revenues will exceed May 2020 projections by $4.1 billion
 
For almost a decade, North Carolina has benefited from the fiscal conservatism of our General Assembly.
For almost a decade, North Carolina has benefited from the fiscal conservatism of our General Assembly.
 
As Tears for Fears sang in the 1980s, everybody wants their taxes lower.
 
North Carolina received a “C” for poor fiscal management from the national nonprofit Truth in Accounting.
North Carolina received a “C” for poor fiscal management from the national nonprofit Truth in Accounting.
 
North Carolina’s state government began its 2020-21 fiscal year with $1.5 billion in cash left over from last year plus another $1.8 billion in rainy-day funds and other earmarked reserves.
North Carolina’s state government began its 2020-21 fiscal year with $1.5 billion in cash left over from last year plus another $1.8 billion in rainy-day funds and other earmarked reserves.
 
This notice extends the Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 Targeted Violence and Terrorism Prevention (TVTP) Grant Program application submission deadline from May 29, 2020 to June 17, 2020.
This notice extends the Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 Targeted Violence and Terrorism Prevention (TVTP) Grant Program application submission deadline from May 29, 2020 to June 17, 2020.
 
Today, U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Acting Secretary Chad F. Wolf announced the release of Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 Notices of Funding Opportunity for eight DHS preparedness grant programs totaling nearly $1.8 billion.
Today, U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Acting Secretary Chad F. Wolf announced the release of Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 Notices of Funding Opportunity for eight DHS preparedness grant programs totaling nearly $1.8 billion.
 
All sequestrations shall be made in strict accordance with the requirements of section 251A of the Act and the specifications of the Office of Management and Budget’s report of February 10, 2020
All sequestrations shall be made in strict accordance with the requirements of section 251A of the Act and the specifications of the Office of Management and Budget’s report of February 10, 2020
 
The government funding bills I just signed into law contain big victories for my Administration and the American people.
The government funding bills I just signed into law contain big victories for my Administration and the American people.
 
"There are two ways to conquer and enslave a nation. One is by the sword and the other is by debt."
"There are two ways to conquer and enslave a nation. One is by the sword and the other is by debt."
 
The General Assembly’s nonpartisan Fiscal Research Division said the state collected nearly $900 million more than anticipated for the fiscal year which ended June 30.
The General Assembly’s nonpartisan Fiscal Research Division said the state collected nearly $900 million more than anticipated for the fiscal year which ended June 30.
 
A $470-million surge in April tax collections could push the state budget surplus to more than $700 million.
A $470-million surge in April tax collections could push the state budget surplus to more than $700 million.
 
Text of a Letter From the President to the Speaker of the House of Representatives Regarding Fiscal Year 2020 Budget Amendments
 
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