CBO estimates that enacting this title would result in a net increase in the unified deficit totaling $115.1 billion over the 2022-2031 period. That increase in the deficit would result from an increase in direct spending of $147.2 billion and an increase in revenues of $32.1 billion.
Some of those budgetary effects are associated with Social Security, which is classified as off-budget. The increase in the on-budget deficit over that period would be $121.7 billion.
The budgetary effects would be noticeably greater during the following decade, resulting in an increase in the unified deficit totaling $369 billion over the 2032-2041 period.
This estimate is based on language in two documents, which are available from the House Committee on Rules: