US Federal Government Citizens Wealth
A revealing analysis of the US Citizens' Wealth performance over the last two decades. A unique framework to better comprehend the implications political and financial decisions of the US Federal Government over the past two decades have had on the country's national accounts and its citizens' well-being. The Citizens’ Wealth framework is a quantifiable improvement over the focus on a single federal debt number, in part because it includes all government assets and all government debts from the audited financial statements (the total government balance sheet), as well as the nation’s Gross Domestic Product. Based on information available to the public, this analysis shows a reality that not many people are aware of. This HVA provides all the Excel backup information.
The Citizens’ Wealth framework provides a true and fair picture of government financial performance, and represents a quantifiable improvement over other commonly used metrics. Citizens' Wealth metrics have been called both "a quantum leap in government financial performance management" and "the greatest advance in sovereign risk analysis".
Important insights senior decision-makers will gain from this HVA include:
1. What was the performance of the US Federal Government since the beginning of the century in terms of Citizens' Wealth?
2. Were there any significant changes or turning points along the way?
3. What is the US Government Total Net Worth trend over the past two decades?
4. What was the balance sheet performance of the US Federal Government over the past decades?