Today’s Solutions: May 30, 2024

A new study shows that cutting taxes for higher income groups is not the way to go in order to solve the social challenge of wealth inequality. Instead, more direct forms of wealth redistribution are necessary if society is to adopt a meaningful level of financial equality. The research also suggests that actions such as raising the minimum wage and eliminating student debt can liberate and significantly improve the lives of impoverished people.

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