Here is a graph of labor and capital income's rate of consumption...
One thing about this graph is that capital income's consumption rate goes negative. How can this be calibrated. Well, the graph uses effective labor share. If I adjust the effective labor share down 2% for all quarters in the graph, we get this graph.
Capital income's rate of consumption rises by about 4% and now rests along the 0% line. Labor income's rate of consumption fell by 0.1%. So the adjustment for capital income was much larger than that for labor income.
But that is good, because the graph "looks" better now. But now the question arises... should effective labor share be lowered by 2%? This is something to keep in mind as time goes by.