Difference between revisions of "Lowering taxes"

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(Lowering taxes raises disposable income, allowing the consumer to spend additional sums, thereby, increasing GNP)
 
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'''Lowering taxes''' raises disposable income, allowing the consumer to spend additional sums, thereby, increasing [[GNP]].<ref> [https://www.investopedia.com/articles/07/tax_cuts.asp Do Tax Cuts Stimulate The Economy?]  Investopedia</ref>
 
'''Lowering taxes''' raises disposable income, allowing the consumer to spend additional sums, thereby, increasing [[GNP]].<ref> [https://www.investopedia.com/articles/07/tax_cuts.asp Do Tax Cuts Stimulate The Economy?]  Investopedia</ref>
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* Throughout US [[corporate tax]] history, Americans have debated whether or not lowering the rate results in job creation.<ref> [https://corporatetax.procon.org/ Corporate Tax Rate & Jobs] - ProCon.org</ref>
  
 
==References==
 
==References==

Latest revision as of 07:52, 17 November 2017

Lowering taxes raises disposable income, allowing the consumer to spend additional sums, thereby, increasing GNP.[1]

  • Throughout US corporate tax history, Americans have debated whether or not lowering the rate results in job creation.[2]

References

  1. Do Tax Cuts Stimulate The Economy? Investopedia
  2. Corporate Tax Rate & Jobs - ProCon.org