What’s the Correlation Between Capital Gains Rates and GDP?
Posted by William Byrnes on September 15, 2010
Although, Reagan’s administration saw higher growth in total, and annually, on average, than that of the previous and post 8 years of his term, his administration’s numbers are still below the 50 year trend, as well as the terms of some other Presidents, notwithstanding the unsupportive data on the short term effects of the tax cuts. However, there is a lack of conclusive evidence, therefore, to determine that a decrease in capital gains tax rates will have the short or long term affect of increasing total GDP. Yet, neither will an increase in the rate increase tax revenues.
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