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Analysis of the Mayor's Preliminary Budget for Fiscal Year 2022

Key Findings From IBO’s Latest Economic Forecast and Review of the Mayor’s 2022 Preliminary Budget and Financial Plan
February 11, 2021

Testimony on the Mayor’s Preliminary Budget for 2022
March 2, 2021

Issue Briefs

Personal Income Growth in New York City Has Been Sustained by a Temporary Boost in Transfer Payments

April 16, 2021

NYC’s Full-Time Workforce Declined by More Than 8,000 in 2020. Will It Continue to Fall?
April 12, 2021

Two Covid-Necessitated Learning Programs Likely To Exceed Their $150 Million Budget
April 8, 2021

Assessments & Revenue: Understanding Next Year’s Projected Billion Dollar Fall in Property Tax Revenue
April 7, 2021

Housing Authority Budget Faces Challenges As City Looks to a Post-Covid Future
April 6, 2021

Proposed Pension Changes Would Bring Near-Term Savings But Higher Future Costs
March 30, 2021

“Carter Case” Spending for Students With Special Needs Continues to Grow Rapidly
March 22, 2021

Federal Aid, Governor’s Proposals Combine for a Complex Funding Picture for the City’s Schools

March 19, 2021

Governor’s Executive Budget Proposes Nearly $50 Million in Human Services Cuts to New York City

March 18, 2021

New York City Delivers on Covid Emergency Food Budget

March 17, 2021

The Cultural Affairs Department and Libraries Face Budget Reductions
March 11, 2021

Back On Track? Federal Aid for the MTA May
Be Coming, But Fiscal Problems Remain

March 9, 2021

Preliminary Budget for 2022 Shifts More Affordable Housing Funding to Current Year
March 5, 2020

While Tax Collections Are Stronger Than Expected, Revenue Forecast for 2021 Still Less Than Last Year
March 2, 2021

Outlook for the City’s Economy: A Slow and Fragile Recovery

March 1, 2021

Homeless Services Sees Shift in Shelter Populations and Influx of FEMA Funding
February 22, 2021

FEMA Increase to Covid Reimbursement Means Over $1 Billion More for the City
February 16, 2021

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