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Keeping up with the Jones Principle in Canada

January 27, 2014 | 0 Comments

The Keeping-Up-With-the-Joneses Myth “They found that poor households didn’t borrow more in high-inequality areas. Instead, poor households borrowed more in poorer areas (i.e.: areas with less overall inequality). In short, it’s the opposite of what the...

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Gift giving vs median income

December 19, 2013 | 0 Comments

An interesting contrast between gift giving and median income for the provinces. The article is Canadians plan to spend an average $1,810 this holiday season gives us averages for gift giving and travel during the holidays. “When...

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Question: I was reading an article about a new US law that will force out of state retailers to collect sales tax when selling to the 46 states that charge sales tax.  I sell my products...

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