CBO projects that, under current law, the federal budget deficit will fall to $468 billion in 2015 – 2.6 percent of GDP – and remain roughly stable, as a percentage of GDP, through 2018. After that, the gap between spending and revenues is projected to grow, raising the already high level of federal debt.
CBO anticipates that, under current law, economic activity will expand at a solid pace in 2015 and the next few years, reducing the amount of underused resources, or “slack,” in the economy.
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The Economic Outlook for 2015 to 2025 in 17 Slides