Oregon, Idaho, Indiana and Florida Nearly “Sunshine States” in 2013

Oregon, Idaho, Indiana, and Florida are near to becoming “Sunshine States” as of fiscal year-end 2013. 

2013 Worst Sinkhole States

Massachusetts joins the group of 5 worst “Sinkhole States” in the fifth annual Truth in Accounting (TIA) study of state finances

2013 Financial State of the State report

Truth in Accounting (TIA), an economic think tank based in Chicago, will release the FY 2013 Financial State of the States report, an in-depth study of each state’s financial condition for fiscal year 2013.

US Published National Debt

$17,640,751,157,461.00

The Truth

$81,943,800,940,475.00

Your Share: $258,422

State Data Lab
FROM STATE DATA LAB

Oregon, Idaho, Indiana and Florida Nearly “Sunshine States” in 2013

Oregon, Idaho, Indiana, and Florida are near to becoming “Sunshine States” as of fiscal year-end 2013. 

 

Research

  • Financial State of the States

    Each year Truth in Accounting isssues a report of the financial condition of each of the 50 states. See how your state is doing.

     
  • State Financial Data

    Each year the Truth in Accounting staff collects data from every state's Comprehensive Annual Financial Report.

     
  • The Municipal Debt Crisis

    A thorough study of 518 taxing entities in Cook County, including Chicago.  This June 2013 report was coauthored by John Nothdurft, the Heartland Institute, and Sheila Weinberg, CEO of TIA.

     

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TIA In the News

  • Hawaii Still a Debt “Sinkhole” State

    August 20, 2014
    Hawaii Free Press

    "Hawaii citizens deserve a better explanation of the sudden and dramatic decreases in retirement health debt than ‘the actuaries calculated it,’ stated Donna Rook, President of StateDataLab.org."

  • State Roundup

    August 15, 2014
    MarylandReporter.com

    "‘SINKHOLE STATE:’ Maryland has some hefty bills to pay in the near future, and not enough money to pay them ..."

  • Missouri Named a “Sinkhole” State

    August 14, 2014
    Americans For Prosperity

    "Missouri continues racking up a large debt, yet few seem concerned enough to reduce spending and start using accurate accounting."

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