Management of Money Flow via Distributive Corporate Tax

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The tax rate under the proposed Distributive Corporate Tax system is determined by the following equation:

[itex]Corporate Tax Rate = \sqrt{\frac{Profit}{Sales+Expenses}}[/itex]

[itex]Corporate Tax Rate = \sqrt{\frac{Sales-Expenses}{Sales+Expenses}}[/itex]

[itex]Corporate Tax Rate = \sqrt{\frac{1-\frac{Expenses}{Sales}}{1+\frac{Expenses}{Sales}}}[/itex]

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Expenses/Sales	Tax Rate	"Profit after Tax"/Sales
100.00%		0.00%		0.00%
95.00%		16.01%		4.20%
90.00%		22.94%		7.71%     Typical: Banking, Supermarket, Automobile, and Energy Companies - Lower corporate taxes means less strain on prices and possible increase in wages (at company's choosing)
85.00%		28.47%		10.73%
80.00%		33.33%		13.33%    Typical: Technology and Bio tech - As usual: Increase supply of highly distributable products and services. Increase international demand for these services and spend more money and/or lower prices to do so.
75.00%		37.80%		15.55%
70.00%		42.01%		17.40%    Typical: Drug Companies - Higher Tax Rate.  The proper response: Lower drug prices or spend more money for research more quickly and efficently than before.  Minimize idle money.  This will lower the costs of the medical system and help social security and thus reduce the costs of government (which consists of a large porition of the federal budget).
65.00%		46.06%		18.88%
60.00%		50.00%		20.00%
55.00%		53.88%		20.75%
50.00%		57.74%		21.13%
45.00%		61.59%		21.13%
40.00%		65.47%		20.72%
35.00%		69.39%		19.90%
30.00%		73.38%		18.63%
25.00%		77.46%		16.91%
20.00%		81.65%		14.68%
15.00%		85.97%		11.92%
10.00%		90.45%		8.59%
5.00%		95.12%		4.64%
0.00%		100.00%		0.00%

The Distributive Corporate Tax prevents inflation and recession and supports a strong dollar all simultaneously by doing the following:
* Lowering the risk in reducing prices (prevents inflation and supports a strong dollar)
* Minimizing idle money in business to increase the velocity of money which increases the value of money in a given year (supports strong dollar)
* Making more money available where there is more of a need (prevents recession)

A stronger dollar will reduce the dollar costs of welfare and thus reduce the dollar costs of government.
Also, companies may increase production, increase employment, increase the wealth of their employees, or pay for debts in order to lower its tax rate and thus makes such actions more desirable. This would prevent the government from having to do these tasks.

Money is like food. If a corporation doesn't have enough in a given period of time, it dies, and everyone else has to pay for it. If another corporation has a lot of money but is not using it fast enough, the unused money becomes "useless", and everyone else would lose wealth because of it. The essential goal of distributive corporation tax is to distribute wealth in a way that prevents failure of the economy.
 
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