The seven-year tax policy decision had the goal to increase the government’s revenues by increasing import and general income taxes. The spending rate at the beginning of my term was 30 percent and the consumption rate 55 percent. These rates have steadily increased during my term, which indicates that people are able to spend enough while the government does not tax them too much. A head tax is a tax that applies equally to all people, which was my macroeconomic decision. Because of the high unemployment rate in the country, this concept is the best and most effective.
Investment and consumption are affected by changes in income tax rates and corporate tax rates. There were several modifications to the Income Tax Rate increase. A minor rise in the income tax resulted in a significant increase of the available government resources. Therefore, government expenditures increased due to the increase in resources. For a number of reasons, it was needed to reduce the corporation tax. Lower taxes allow investors to expand operations. In turn, this leads to a higher demand for workers and increased employment. This increases purchasing power, and allows for more consumption. Investor-friendly taxation also results in increased investment in response to increasing goods demand.
The effects of President Donald Trump’s tax policy on the United States between 2017 and 2019 are strikingly similar. The market saw a rise of the gross domestic product initially, possibly due to President Trump’s attempts to encourage local production. The market saw an increase in employment rates due to increased economic output and investments. Both markets also saw an increase in government spending due to increased income taxes. Both models suffer from inflation due to the increased money flow on the market and the rising employment rate. Manufacturers are forced to raise prices as a way to cover the cost of recruiting workers, and maintain balance between supply and demand.