On May 7, 2018, Jeffrey Carr of EPR presented the updated consensus revenue analysis of expected fiscal year 2018 General Fund receipts before the Vermont Emergency Board. Click the PDF below to download a copy of the Economists’ May 7, 2018 Consensus Revenue Analysis Letter.
The consensus was that General Fund receipts for fiscal year 2018 would likely not be less than $44.2 million above the fiscal year 2018 consensus revenue forecast approved by the Vermont Emergency Board on January 18, 2018. The updated revenue analysis for the General Fund for fiscal year 2018 did not include any analysis of likely General Fund revenue receipts for fiscal year 2019 or fiscal year 2020. An updated consensus revenue forecast for fiscal years 2019 through 2021 for the General Fund, and for the Transportation Fund and Education Fund will be presented at the next meeting of the Vermont Emergency Board to be convened around mid-to-late July of calendar year 2018.
Subject: Invest in the USA Economic Impact Report: Highlights EB-5 Program Contribution Across the Country, 4/25/18.
Jeffrey B. Carr was part of a panel presentation regarding the economic contribution to the U.S. economy by the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Visa Program. The program in 2015-16 made significant positive contributions to the U.S. Economy and accounted for a measurable proportion of total net U.S. job growth in thosei years.
Please see his presentation in pdf form below.
Jeffrey B. Carr attended and presented.
Please see the pdf version of his presentation below.
On January 18, 2018, Jeffrey Carr of EPR presented the updated consensus revenue forecast for the State of Vermont before the Vermont Emergency Board. Click below to download a copy of the Forecast Update Report.
This is the Presentation version of the PowerPoint given by Jeffrey B. Carr to the NESTOA session regarding the economic outlook on September 21, 2017, in Stowe, Vermont. A version which includes state-by-state job change statistics including the States of Delaware and Maryland in the Northeast Totals and the Mid-Atlantic Region will be posted below shortly.