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Can't we just print more money? Part.2

Having read my previous blog on money and what it is, we can now come to the main issue at hand.

Why can’t we just print more money? 698 more words

Ignoring investment rules to achieve income

A few months ago, I asked readers for advice regarding a $300,000 inheritance. The couple are in their late fifties, debt free with little savings. Although, they are very fugal, they live paycheck to paycheck due to lack of steady full time work. 380 more words

Canada

Good news for the Chancellor?

Friday’s papers contained news which might make life easier for the Chancellor when he prepares for his budget on 22nd November. Government borrowing in August fell faster than expected, meaning that the Chancellor will have approximately £10bn more to spend on helping reduce student debt, boosting public sector salaries, spending on the NHS, improving our infrastructure, etc. 450 more words

Macroeconomics

New Thinking And Different Actions

By Gary Christenson – Re-Blogged From http://www.Silver-Phoenix500.com

Hypothetical 65 year old American Male:

Height: 5’10”

Weight: 285 pounds – 120 # overweight

Health: Marginal, with chronic pain and increasingly difficult daily existence… 671 more words

GDP & Employment

Waiting for the hammer to fall

Just a pretty average ball pein hammer with an expensive price tag. I’ve just looked on Amazon and one can get a set of three for about £10 and the most expensive one in this style, also with a genuine hickory handle, is £15. 843 more words

News & Various

Diary Day 366: the PM rearranges deck chairs, then has talks in Canada about, inter alia, Belfast. People resort to strained metaphors. Mark Carney talks about horizons in Washington. 

My #Remainer’s Diary Day 366: 10 Downing Street moved permanent secretary Oliver Robbins from DExEU to the Cabinet Office. An official statement said he would “continue to lead the official-side UK team in the negotiations, working closely with the Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union, and coordinate relations with the Commission and member states.” … 1,792 more words

Brexit