supply-side economics

Definition

An economic theory which holds that reducing tax rates, especially for businesses and wealthy individuals, stimulates savings and investment for the benefit of everyone. also called trickle-down economics.

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In general, businesses usually benefit from supply-side economics because it places less production restrictions on companies such as lower income tax.

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