Dissaving

Spending more than income by drawing on savings.
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dissaving

Negative saving; spending more on consumption goods during a period than disposable income for that period (the difference being financed by borrowing or drawing on past savings)....
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Dissaving

Dissaving is negative saving. If spending is greater than income, dissaving is taking place. This spending is financed by already accumulated savings, such as money in a savings account, or it can be borrowed. Dissaving was reported as a typical response to deficits, for households with normal income and expenditure patterns during the depression ...
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