Suppose the government reduces the corporate income tax rate. this will increase the return to firms for investing, which should ▼decrease /have no affect on /increase investment and cause ▼ no change/a decrease/ an increase in capital in the long run.
as a result of the corporate tax cut, the long-run aggregate supply curve will ▼shift to the right /remain unchanged/shift to the left.
the new long-run equilibrium will be
a. anywhere along the original long-run aggregate supply curve.
b. where the aggregate demand curve intersects the new long-run aggregate supply curve.
c. anywhere along the aggregate demand curve.
d. where the aggregate demand curve intersects the originallong-run aggregate supply curve.
the long-run impact of a reduction in corporate tax rates would be
a. an increase in long-run potential output while creating additional upward movements in prices.
b. an increase in long-run potential output while actually reducing inflation.
c. a decrease in long-run potential output while actually reducing inflation..
d. an decrease in long-run potential output while creating additional upward movements in prices
answer; ///i believe that the correct answer is (a); ////change the corporation's formal documents to make it easier for outside investors to acquire a controlling interest in the firm through a hostile
she's going to pay 25% of 50000 dollars. (seems a bit high)
25/100 * 50000 = 1250000/100 = 12500 so the answer is d
answer; /// i believe the correct answers are (b) change in population and (e) future expectation of check first, good luck