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What if Money didn’t Exist? | #aumsum

It’s AumSum Time. What if Money Didn’t Exist? Then I will start using my Special Edition AumSum coins. Ohh AumSum. Firstly, there would be no millionaires or billionaires any more. Secondly, with no money being offered. People with non-interesting boring jobs will quit immediately. This can be good for society, only if. Instead of slacking […]

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YouTube Want To Lend YouTube Creators Money

Hey, how’s it going, everyone? This is your faithful YouTube expert, Derral Eves. Did you know that YouTube wants to lend you money? That’s right. They want to become your bank. This is crazy. So if you’re interested in finding out about this, you need to stay tuned. YouTube just made the announcement that they […]

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How to Sign Money in ASL – American Sign Language

Ok, now I am going to teach you on what topic? Whoa! You see this? What is this? This is MONEY. MONEY is signed like this. MONEY. This is ONE-CENT or a PENNY. This is FIVE-CENTS or a NICKEL. This is TEN-CENTS or a DIME. This is a QUARTER. What are these? COINS. What are […]

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Debt Sustainability Analysis | IMFx on edX | About Video

SPEAKER 1: Government debt crisis, austerity measures, defaults, bail-outs– these topics have dominated the world economy in recent years. They have led people to take to the streets, forced governments to step down, and brought world leaders together in search of workable solutions. Understanding debt sustainability is key to solving these issues. But what is […]

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What If the National Debt Were Your Debt?

According to the White House Office of Management and Budget, the federal government collected $2.2 trillion in 2011. That includes revenue from all sources: income taxes, payroll taxes, corporate taxes, excise taxes, estate taxes, tariffs, and all other sorts of taxes and fees. Also in 2011, the federal government spent $3.8 trillion and was $14.6 […]

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The History of Paper Money – Working out the Kinks – Extra History – #5

Over the last few episodes we’ve seen the intellectual underpinnings of paper money slowly come into place. But having nebulous ideas about why paper money might be good is one thing, getting people to really believe and trust in it is another matter entirely. And so today, we’re going to tackle the development of the […]

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I Hired A Russian Spy To Hide Secret Money

– One of the jobs of a KGB spy is to transfer secret messages via something called a dead drop. Today a KGB spy’s gonna teach me how he does this and be my friend. (lively music) (sneaky music) My name is Mike and I’m looking for a KGB spy. – Good luck. What’s the […]

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What Are the Dangers of Too Much Debt?

As of 2011, the federal government owes $10.1 trillion to people, corporations, and foreign governments and another $4.6 trillion to the Social Security Trust Fund. This doesn’t count an additional $50 trillion or more that the government has promised to current and future Social Security and Medicare recipients that it will not have the money […]

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A Minimalist Approach to Personal Finance

For most of my life I wasn’t very good with money I made it and I spent it the money came in and out and since nearly eight out of ten Americans live paycheck to paycheck I’m guessing that’s something that you can relate to as well after four years of college I left with […]

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