How do tax cuts affect the economy, Macroeconomics

 Tax cuts get better the economy by giving the people more spending power and higher consumer confidence, which leads to them spending more of all of their income which lead to more jobs, more business investment in more efficient technologies, and ultimately higher GDP growth.

 

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