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What does RDF stand for?

RDF stands for Rainy Day Fund (budgets)

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org&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=Tribune%20Feed:%20Main%20Feed With a Rainy Day Fund projected to grow to a record $12 billion, Texas lawmakers are debating how to strike the proper balance between maintaining a sensible savings account and funding needed services like water infrastructure and new roads.
With $89 million in the rainy day fund to protect against future economic downturns, we had a chance to make a strong case for pushing for the state to have a AAA bond rating, the highest around.
The political obstacles confronting both proposals show why it was so hard for the state to establish a rainy day fund in the first place.
With the city's fiscal future looking bleak in the coming years, city Comptroller Bill Thompson is pushing at today's meeting of the Financial Control Board for a rainy day fund for the city's budget, in order to better balance the bad times with the good.
Virgins Islands house at least one rainy day fund in their state treasuries; Arkansas, Kansas and Montana do not.