Economies across the country continue to be subjected to uncertainty as America grapples with the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Federal, state, and local governments are working consistently to protect their revenue and budgetary concerns in the hopes of emerging from this health crisis in good standing.
Economist Natalie Zhu, Ph.D. and Economic Analyst Brandon Stanaway will be presenting the upcoming REMI webinar, “Fiscal Impacts from the COVID-19 Pandemic,” on Thursday, August 20th from 2:00 to 3:00 p.m. (ET) that will describe the unpredictability of the nation’s fiscal outlook as numerous organizations and institutions weigh the costs and benefits associated with various economic shutdowns and re-opening efforts.
The REMI Tax-PI model will be utilized in this presentation to examine how legislators have approached the mitigation of economic deficits, budgetary planning, and the recovery of anticipated revenue during this uncommon fiscal year.
In order to remain capable of helping their regions and citizens through these unprecedented times, state and local officials must closely observe the trajectory of their finances as safety measures shift on a regular basis.
This webinar presentation will include several scenarios that use Tax-PI to explore how users can analyze the current fiscal landscape, the impact of COVID-19 on expenditure decisions, and the ways in which tax revenues have been affected by the pandemic.