November 16, 2016

U.S. Economy: Budget Deficits Could Skyrocket North Of A Trillion A Year

“In addition to a larger deficit, because of lower tax revenue and more spending, the government would have to lay out more money to pay the interest not only on the new money its borrowing but on the new money its already borrowed.

Economic growth will generate some additional tax revenue just like it did under Ronald Regan, but it’s not enough to fully offset the full impact of the tax cuts. Of course you throw government spending increases into the mix, and these budget deficits could skyrocket well north of a trillion dollars a year.” - in SchiffGold

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