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Federal debt doesn’t matter. So say MIT and Univ of Connecticut professors Simon Johnson and James Kwak in their book “Thirteen Bankers: The Wall Street Takeover and the Next Financial Meltdown”. I recently read a review at the USA Today … Continue reading
Warren Buffet and Bill Gates have been making noises about wanting higher tax rates. In a recent BBC interview Bill Gates said, “Well, the United States has a huge budget deficit, so taxes are going to have to go up. … Continue reading
In a prior post, I talked about taxing in a “fair” way, and this drew my attention toward another question. Should we tax income or assets?
I’ve been wandering the web, finding resources about macro economics. I have always thought inflation is bad. After all, who wants prices to rise? So I looked on Wikipedia. What I found confirmed developing discontent.