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Unformatted text preview: among those who are.” (Sammartino, 2001) This would help shift the aggregate demand which would put more tax money back into the government. It would also shift the aggregate supply and create more jobs in the long run. When we have a good balance between aggregate supply and demand we would have a better balance of government expenditure and collection thus possibly creating a surplus which could then go back into those well needed social services and other government created services. REFERENCES Sammartino, Frank (2001, January 01). Federal Income Tax Cuts and Low-Income Families . Retrieved from http://www.taxpolicycenter.org/publications/url.cfm?ID=410250...
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