Wealth, Debt, and Financial Hypocrisy (Crisis)


When people waste money, someone has a problem. If you spend one or a million dollars, spending money makes money flow, money makes work. Wealth is governed by the exchange of goods and services as well as the management of money. Although money is made, when a loan comes at a higher price in terms of prices and fees, consumer spending is less, especially for large purchases. The current crisis is an example of this. Consumer preferences will be limited because credit is not available for larger purchases which can damage all types of businesses connected to the product. When a business is successful, we all benefit. A particular business may require a seller or exporter, printing company or any other commercial service. Both businesses benefit, as well as partners and the local economy in which the business is located. An example of this is a company with 250 or 500 or more employees in Anytown USA. The workers go out for lunch, buy gas for their cars, shop in local shops near the workplace, and much more. Spending is very important for the management of the economy, which is why all the news in this country is also about selling holidays at the end of the year. Because it affects every business that manufactures, exports, sells, repairs, cleans, establishes, or advertises those products. If businesses do not make enough profit, they lay off employees, less means less spending and more jobs are wasted. Many types of businesses depend on each other for survival. Suppose a large company does business with hundreds of other businesses, such as Wal-Mart or General Motors. Now, think of all the co-workers and the different things they spend their money on. It can only do good financially, however if a large portion of the money stops, well, big problems can happen, just like the problems that our economy is facing right now.

Now let’s look at the rich and how they contribute to the decline. If a person, rich or poor or anyone in between spends spending money, someone else benefits, but let’s look at it from top to bottom. A wealthy person owns a business or has a number of businesses and gets a job Xpopulation. The employees pay taxes and spend money on all the necessities of life and someone earns from that money. Also, the rich man may have a house or two or three, and when he buys a house or a car, he exchanging taxes and paying taxes and so on. What about repairing his house with cars? Repairing, roofing, carpet and floor maintenance, housekeeping and automotive, car wash, tires. The list goes on and on, so I don’t think anyone should be disappointed with the rich when they are rich, because they can spend a lot more and have more wealth. All the companies that help keep their assets and the people who work for them earn a living and also hire others who spend money and pay taxes. As a result, the rich man redistributes his wealth whenever he spends money. Wealth creation is the reason why so many people have jobs first. Companies don’t start in the air, they are started and run by people, and if they are successful companies, one can be rich because of it. That wealth is gone and maybe the rich man decides to start another company or allow someone else to start his own business and travel begins again, so thank another rich man for having a job. Everywhere you spend your money, someone is making money and you are supporting work and business. Wealth thrives when we spend money, the more we spend the more everyone benefits. LOW LIVES The bottom line is the economic reality, even if the rich are rich and the poor are poor, money still flows from top to bottom. If a community has businesses, it has employees who spend money on food, housing, transportation, entertainment and much more. So think about the benefits of promoting big business over other small businesses nearby. Most businesses do business together and this improves the financial situation for everyone, so go and donate money.