Why tax cuts don't 'trickle down'

Academics from the London School of Economics and Kings College London analyzed 50 years' worth of tax cuts for the wealthy in 18 countries. They found that large tax cuts for the rich lead to higher income inequality, don't fuel economic growth or cut unemployment.

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