Business

January 7, 2013 3:19 PM

If debt ceiling deal fails, U.S. could delay tax refunds

Absent an early deal to raise the nation’s debt ceiling, the federal government could run out of ways to pay creditors and Social Security recipients by mid-February, earlier than expected, according to a new analysis released Monday.

Related content

Comments

Videos

More Videos

Mark Breske from Sockeye Brewing 01:32

Mark Breske from Sockeye Brewing

Gail Northness talks Fusions Glass Studio 03:00

Gail Northness talks Fusions Glass Studio

Video: Advanced Ceramic Fibers of Idaho Falls' key technology 00:28

Video: Advanced Ceramic Fibers of Idaho Falls' key technology

Angie Smith photographs Boise's refugees 01:39

Angie Smith photographs Boise's refugees

Why Tina Dean says she should not be recalled 00:31

Why Tina Dean says she should not be recalled

Trustee Carol Sayles on why she should not be recalled 00:20

Trustee Carol Sayles on why she should not be recalled

This Boise Tree Has Been To The Moon And Back 00:48

This Boise Tree Has Been To The Moon And Back

Tamarack Bike Park update 01:04

Tamarack Bike Park update

How Eagle softball is handling national hype 01:24

How Eagle softball is handling national hype

Idaho election: Interview with Clive Strong running for Idaho Supreme Court 01:55

Idaho election: Interview with Clive Strong running for Idaho Supreme Court

Idaho election: Interview with Robyn Brody running for Idaho Supreme Court 00:44

Idaho election: Interview with Robyn Brody running for Idaho Supreme Court

Idaho Elections: Interview With Sergio Gutierrez Running For Idaho Supreme Court 01:37

Idaho Elections: Interview With Sergio Gutierrez Running For Idaho Supreme Court

Share Video

Editor's Choice Videos