Infaltion Tax: The Implications of the COVID-19 Debts for Personal Finance
Pete Comley, 15 mag 2020 - 15 pagine
The COVID-19 pandemic is not only significantly impacting our lives now but may continue to do so for a long time. The purpose of this book, based on a white paper published in May 2020, is to discuss its potential impact on inflation and what this might mean for personal finances. Governments are currently shouldering the major cost of COVID-19, but it may be ordinary people who bear the long-term burden, if inflation then takes off.
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