Trickle Up Economics


Scalable Solutions that Benefit the Masses

Trickle-Down Economics supports the ideology of cutting taxes rates or relax regulations, among other incentives, in order to provide more money and capital to big corporations and tax breaks for high income earners and the very wealthy.

The idea behind is that with the extra funds, corporations can hire more people and spur job growth.  The wealthy can invest more and purchase more, thereby strengthening the economy. 

While there is some merit for this strategy for the beneficiaries near the top, economic data suggest this theory does not work well for those at the bottom of the economic scale.  

The Trickle-Down benefits are very watered down by the time it reaches the people it is supposed to help.  Even then, everyone is not included.    

Trickle Up Economics supports a more effective strategy for creating employment, investment opportunities, and income development, for the millions of people that are trapped at the bottom of the economy.  

Just like the COVID Stimulus checks, a bottom-up strategy creates a wave of new consumers that are spending more dollars.  This Trickles Up to local businesses, creating more demand for local products and services.  

In the National Task Force (NTF) system, increasing income opportunities from the bottom up, creates new pathways out of poverty while encouraging self-reliance through participation. 

Building economically stronger households creates a reduction in crime, reduces eviction rates and overall stress concerns about paying bills.  All of which improves, individual Quality of life.

As the most powerful economic system the world has ever known, the capitalistic system, by design, does not offer any monetary return to the consumer once the product is purchased.  

Money flows in one direction, from the consumer to the company.  So, wealth concentrates at the companies that can sell the most product, right? (Amazon, Wal-Mart, etc.)

The same economic power of capitalism is now being used to empower disenfranchised communities.  By Joining Forces in the NTF, you are creating systemic changes to the economic health and landscape of BIPOC communities.  

By consolidating the existing buying power of disenfranchised communities, the NTF is creating, funding and building, socio-economic systems that guides our target market towards self-sufficiency. 

Every disenfranchised community, depending on size, spends millions of dollars on a daily basis, for their needs.  For example, there are approximately 73+ million people in the US, that have a felony or misdemeanor on their record.  

If every one of them spends $1.25/day, that  equals $91.25 million dollars, per day, spent by this population.  Even though their daily spending is much higher, let’s stay with this example.  

If the same $1.25 dollar/day were spent in the NTF system, millions of dollars would flow back into local community households in a monthly stimulus. 

Tens of millions of dollars would be raised, creating an immediate impact of funding for community initiatives, frontline social advocates and local organizations standing up for social justice!   

 Meeting the demand to create new revenue sources inclusive of the people we serve.