3. Expense cuts
Because people do not have much money in their pockets, most of them will be scrimping on their expenses. They will only buy things that they need. Some do this because they want to save their money while others do this because they don’t really have a choice, having a much lower income than before. This however contributes to the economic recession as low demand will also lead to low supply which can affect company earnings. When this happens, jobs may become at risk and companies may suffer from financial losses.
4. political turmoil
Although it is not often the case, most countries suffering from economic recession will have political turmoil. This is especially true if the country has not responded to the economic recession well and the situation has ballooned 10 times over. When this happens, people will naturally blame the people in the government and their policies. This is the time when people troop to the streets to protest or they announce their displeasure through surveys on job approval ratings of government officials.
5. Tax cuts
Because of lesser income and less value for your money, the government tries to augment people's financial problems and also to help companies by giving people more money that they can spend on basic goods. They do this by giving back to their people a portion of their income— tax cuts.
In this instance, the government is cutting off the income that they get from people in order to stabilize the economy during economic recession.