Economic rent is a measure of the value a business adds to its customers’ pockets.
It’s a measure the government sets by taxing companies for each unit of their output.
If a business has a surplus of cash, for example, the government can give them a bonus on top of taxes.
Businesses can also borrow money from banks and give that money to their employees, in order to make sure they have enough money to pay their workers.
But economic rent is often a big burden on businesses.
The US has an economic rent tax that has been on the books since 1982.
But it was cut in the last few years, and the Treasury Department said in February it was rethinking how it would use that money.
In recent years, many businesses have moved to using cash for investment, with some businesses even creating their own cash to pay back employees.
But that doesn’t always work out well.
A study from the Peterson Institute for International Economics in December estimated that the average US business owner’s economic rent could be as much as 70%.
And a recent analysis by the Pew Research Center, which tracks business ownership trends, found that US businesses with a surplus cash had been saving as much on average as the average business owner, with about 40% of them doing so.
Why are businesses moving to cash?
One theory is that a large part of the problem with using cash is that it costs more to do business.
A recent report from the US Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics found that the typical worker is paying more for her employer’s services than they are for those services themselves.
And businesses tend to spend less of their money on employee benefits than on salaries.
Businesses can make money by using cash to offset the cost of other costs, like wages.
But that makes sense in a world where consumers are paying more in taxes than they can spend.
A study by the National Bureau of Economic Research found that businesses are spending less on wages than on other costs such as interest, depreciation, and interest income.
What’s the downside?
Business owners may be paying a hefty price.
For one thing, cash is more expensive than most goods and services, so businesses have to invest in infrastructure and new equipment.
That can create jobs for workers, but it also raises prices for consumers.
A lot of the costs associated with using money are tied to what economists call “excess reserves.”
That’s the amount of money held in bank accounts and savings accounts that a business can’t immediately spend, and it can be lower than what they spend.
To be clear, there’s nothing wrong with using your cash to cover these costs.
But in the long run, businesses that use cash to make investments will find it much more efficient than businesses that rely on traditional methods of borrowing.
If you’re wondering what to do with all that cash, the Federal Reserve is recommending that businesses hold it for investment.
You can read more about how the Federal reserve is considering the economic rent issue in its next rule on monetary policy.
How do you get rid of your business’s cash?