The U.S. Government budget deficit for FY2016 came in at $587 billion. The Congressional Budget Office Updated Budget Projections 2016-2026 has forecast the following annual budget deficits for each of the next five years:
2017: -$550 billion
2018: -$549 billion
2019: -$710 billion
2020: -$798 billion
2021: -$890 billion
According to the CBO, our government is on track to add a minimum of $3.497 trillion to the national debt over the next five years, an average annual deficit or $699.4 billion.
The five year accumulating deficit increases, totaling $3.497 trillion, will be weighed down further with a related interest expense (2.23% per annum) amounting to $200.96 billion, for a total of $4.196 trillion.
The Leviticus 25 Plan generates a total government recapture benefit over the first five years of the program (federal income tax refund recapture plus federal expenditures recapture) of $8.56 trillion, an average of $1.72 trillion per year.
The Leviticus 25 Plan recapture provisions thereby generate an average annual budget surplus over the next five years of $1.02 trillion per year ($1.72 trillion – $699.4 billion) plus additional savings of $200.7 billion in unrealized interest expense.
The annual $1.02 trillion surplus during each year (2017-2021) will be used, in turn, to reduce the Federal Reserve Citizens Credit Facility balance sheet from the initial expansion event.
The Leviticus 25 Plan is unquestionably the most powerful economic acceleration plan in America. It is the only economic plan that pays for itself over 10-15 years.
The Leviticus 25 Plan 2018 – $75,000 per U.S. citizen