I'm listening to the radio on my way to work.
I heard the Zero Pay ad.
I've been hearing about this ad for a long time.
40% of my income tax credits are hanging around my ears today.
So, after work, I tried to install it.
I needed a payment app to use Zero Pay.
We've got 20 banking apps, eight fintech companies.
If you've already installed the app, you can update it.
They say you can use it.
I set up a rib because the main bank is Kookmin Bank.
Is it over if I pay after presenting the QR code?
I haven't used it yet, but I don't think it's that hard.
Oh, it's connected to an account. If you don't have cash in your bank account,
It doesn't pay.
I don't usually use my credit card. I only use my check card.
Just for me!
And suddenly, I thought, "I don't know.
When are you going to come back for the day you get the income tax deduction after the payment with the cryptocurrency?^^
Have a nice day, too.
The United States that I've been to see is also a capitalist country.
I've been interested in the international situation lately, so I'm enjoying it.
I realize that this world is a rich and poor.
These days, I am seriously thinking about getting a job abroad or emigrating.
#usea #hopkins_MN #minneapolis #saintpaul #overseas #othercountry #vacation #oneday
Hannam Gam-il, Echo-Anne, let's take a look at the world.
Location, sale price, qualifications for a newlywed couple, etc.
How much money does Songpa Wirye-Rishville have to go up?
I'll return the simulation from the investor's perspective.
Let's take a look at the sale price and floor plan of Hanyang Soo-in Cheongnyangni Station.
Let's take a look at the north-westerly Hillstate sale price floor plan.
The first batch of PENTA Station, Cheongnyangni Station!
Let's learn about Cheongnyangni Station Hyosung Harrington Place.
I'm gonna have to make a video content on the weekend.^^
#3000 won discount #Stabbuck's coupon #Telecommunication fee #7000 steps #
The important thing is that the benefits of 3000 won per week.
Korea's per capita income reached 30,000 dollars last year.
It reached 20,000 dollars in 2006 and surpassed 30,000 dollars in 12 years.
I heard that $30,000 in national income is considered the basis of entry into the developed world.
I'm sure it's going to be hard for everyone to feel...
My house is four, so if my income is $120,000 you'll feel a lot better.~~
I hope the day will come when I can feel this income quickly.
Part of the News
"The Bank of Korea explained that Korea is the seventh country with a population of more than 50 million to have a national income exceeding 30,000 dollars.
However, some point out that it is not easy for the general public to experience the era of $30,000 in national income because of the widening income gap and the unrelenting employment situation."
I listen to the radio on my way to work this morning.
He said today was Taxpayer's Day, and he talked about the dae-dong.
The system seems to have appeared on the national history exam numerous times since I was in school.
I thought of the movie Kwanghae.
"Let's make a debt of this sort..."
"Oh, my gosh. . . . . "
"I can't tell you what the damage of the landlords is..."
"Let the law be enforced immediately..."
I'll summarize what I heard on the radio,
We also appreciated the implementation of the law.
It took more than a hundred years for the law to go into effect nationwide, but efforts to collect fair taxation have been made.
It is said to be one of the major reforms that have been able to sustain the 500-year history of Joseon Dynasty.
They said that it was possible because the starting point of the reform began with vested interests.
Of course, there was a huge backlash from the landlords.
It was possible because he put down what he had.
#PUBLYTO #Publito #Middle Act #Taxer's Day #Fair Tax #Inequality
Do you know who the four people in the picture are?
The man in the upper left corner is Samsung Group's Lee Jae-yong.
The one in the upper right is Cho Hyun-ah of Hanjin Group.
The person in the lower left corner is Jung Yong-jin of Shinsegae Group.
The person in the lower right corner is Lee Bu-jin of Samsung Group.
So I will be four businessmen who dominate our country.
So what do we have in common? What kind of thoughts do you have?
The group that belongs to is the 20th largest business group in our country.
But more importantly, all four of them are either divorced or are suing.
4 people who have more money than any other people in our country...
If you're not happy because you have a lot of money and you're getting married for money,
I think your spouse can be unhappy.
Of course, I'm not a party, so I don't know 100 percent of the reason for the divorce,
When they get married, I think they get married not just because they're in love, but because of the external factors of economic power, and I think that money is not everything.
I still don't know if it's for a Play Store user.
You can get a 2,000 won discount if you buy paid app or my items (ex. game items, kakaotalk emoticons, etc.). Payment amount of 2,000 won is ₩0
Unfortunately, however, the Eos account generation in Lynx Wallet cannot be paid by credit.ᅲᅲ(I've already tried......)
Kyung Hee University, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Seoul National University, and Han Ye-jong students.
You don't have a black cow who gets rent in a rooftop house?
Let's put in the unlimited right to subscribe to LH youth rental housing!
Requirements for LH Youth Rental Housing
LH Youth Rental Housing Priority 1 to 3
Let me introduce three young rental houses in Seoul.
This is the new Aussie $50 banknote, which was released into general circulation on 18 October 2018.
이것이 2018년 10월 18일에 발행되서 시중에 풀린 새로운 호주 50불 지폐입니다.
The gentleman on one side of the banknote is David Unaipon, an inventor and Australia's first published Aboriginal Author.
한쪽에 나온 신사는 발명가이자 에보리진 원주민 출신으로는 처음으로 출판을 한 작가이기도한 David Unaipon입니다.
The lady on the other side is Edith Cowan, who is best remembered as the first female member of an Australian Parliament.
다른쪽에 나오는 여성분은 호주국회에서 최초의 여성멤버로 잘 알려진 Edith Cowan입니다.
And I enjoyed my lovely flat white while taking photos of the new Aussie $50 banknote.
그리고 새로나온 호주50불지폐사진을 찍으면서 flat white도 냠냠 즐겼습니다.
A good Monday ahead, everyone!
다들 좋은 월요일 되세요.
By Aussiessam in Sydney, Australia
#coffee #aussiessam #Australia #aussiebanknotes #newaussie50dollarbanknote #새로운호주50달러지폐 #오지쌤 #호주 #시드니 #flatwhite #플랫화이트
Onnuri gift certificates are offered 10% off when individuals purchase them to promote sales of traditional markets in the Lunar New Year's Individuals can purchase from 21 days to 31 days. In addition, the monthly limit on purchases will be extended to 500,000 won from the current 300,000 won. You can purchase Onnuri gift certificates at 14 banks in the market. Visit the nearest bank to present your ID card and purchase them. However, you can't buy the unit farming cooperative other than the National Agricultural Cooperative Federation, so check it out in advance.
It can be a little cumbersome when you go to the bank to buy an on-nuri gift certificate. It's because you have to pick up and issue a number like a traditional bank transaction. Please refer to it in advance.
You can find the locations of traditional markets or shops available after purchasing Onnuri gift certificates at:
Personally, I hope traditional markets or street vendors will revive, but discounting gift certificates is important, but I really hope you can expand parking facilities.
Helio City in three months. 2.5 billion? Let's find out about Helio City.
# Fight # Raising Interest Rate # Definitely Opposite # American Interest Rate
Choi Jin-ki's survival economy is enjoying it, and he is interested in the fourth industrial revolution, so he bought books.
I haven't read much yet, but I'll continue to read it and post it on the Publicto.
If you're interested, you should buy a book and read it.
The table of contents is as shown below.
Table of Contents
1. What is the Fourth Industrial Revolution?
2. Which country will win?
3. Which company will win?
4. Which individual will succeed?
5. Virtual currency, blockchain and bubble?
6. The Fourth Industrial Revolution and Creativity.
I once worked as a lecturer at the Academy of Science and Talent in college. Although it was a short lecture, I was able to meet all 200 students in the academy for a short period of time. Although I was very nervous about going to work because it was called a gifted academy, I was able to meet all the students and organize my thoughts in a word.
These are the children of parents who want to raise gifted children.”
There was no genius except one in 200. The power of private education must have been high levels of knowledge for children, but there was only one student who could call them. It was so sad. It was a hagwon that cost millions of won, but it was not the only hagwon that children attend. It really looked like a social waste.
Over time, what are they doing now?
It is highly likely that some companies are running around by now, without any intention of looking for it, or that they will be working as civil servants or as a white-collar worker. They were not gifted, they were ordinary people like me.
Time has passed, but I think the enthusiasm for education at that time has gotten bigger, but nothing has changed. At that time, if you study well, you will have a better chance of finding a job, but if you look at the future of children, you will not be able to do so.
The age of the fourth industrial revolution to be transformed by AI and robots...
There is a high possibility that studying will not avoid the unemployed anyway. What can I tell my children to do at a time when a bleak future is predicted?
My parents' generation also said, "If you study well..."I've given them an unwarranted future, and what kind of word can my generation talk to their children?
The year 2019 is the first of its kind for both parents and children. It is also the first time in 2020. How can parents explain to their children the unpredictable future of repeating itself, with the same beginner and history repeating itself but changing without change?
I think any advice is pointless.
The motivation for writing this article was Kim Je-dong's words: "Ai and a robot can't play."
The current generation of parents, even those with some insight, all say this to their children.
In the age of AI, creativity is the only way to live. "Grow your creativity."
Isn't it the same story that our generation of parents, who used to talk with the prefix "if you're good at studying," said too irresponsible?
Can creativity be the future force against AI in an era when AI-written novels become best sellers in Russia, AI-composed songs form music charts in Japan, AI-organized advertisements are more favored by people, and dramas written by AI form card houses in the United States?
No matter how hard I thought about it, Kim Je-dong gave me a hint.
What AI can't do is play.’
Yeah... It's playing
When you play well with something that AI produces, it fills the void that AI can't. Isn't that a necessary talent in the future society? Wouldn't the value of non-worker play really be an important factor?
I can't imagine. It plays a game created by AI. Play while playing a game. Put the feelings you felt while playing on the public. AI complements itself with the improvements it has made through searching. I play again because it is a little more fun game. In the process, the pubs pile up and I buy the Publot game items. I'm eating again. AI game companies get the economic benefits of selling items, and I get the economic benefits of making a public offering through playing.
I think it's an old-fashioned idea to think that playing is a waste. Since there is a belief that play itself can be a production area, I think I can talk to children now.
Play, if you want to live, be more passionate and desperate and have fun.
Goduk's honeymoon hope town has been subscribed since Jan. 15.
Let's see if we need to apply for a subscription.
Late last month, the U.S. announced its withdrawal from Syria. It is believed to be a grave declaration that declared the abandonment of the de facto world police state after declaring the country's central disaster operation along with the U.S.-China trade war.
What are the fundamental reasons for the U.S. dollar? The reason why the dollar became a key currency after World War II was agreed upon by Western countries was not because the U.S. was a major power, but because it was only a gold exchange coupon, in which the dollar was linked to gold.
Over time, however, an outrageous incident occurred when the U.S. gave up the link between the dollar and gold, but the dollar was recognized as the world's key currency and still remains in place.
The reason such maintenance was possible is that the United States, as a police state in the world, played a role in keeping and maintaining the order of the world. This is not to say that the U.S. is just. It would be an assessment because there is a belief that the world order is maintained by the logic of power.
Some say it was because the dollar was pegged with oil, but one step further, because the U.S. was the force that controlled the Middle East, which controlled the production distribution of oil, not the cause of full linkage with oil. If so, the price of oil would have to be fixed at what dollar per barrel.
The U.S., which withdrew from Syria, said the ISIS's withdrawal was complete, but it would eventually give up its influence in the Middle East.
The U.S.-produced shale gas may have determined that the Middle East is not necessary, but it is understood that it will eventually allow Russia and China to expand in the Middle East.
By not using the U.S. power to maintain world order, the economic order will not make the U.S. effort to maintain it.
The withdrawal from Syria translates into the eventual surrender of the U.S. dollar.
Who would benefit the most from shaking the U.S. dollar's status by adding to the confusion, thus lowering the value of the U.S. dollar?
It may be conjecture, but I think it's the U.S. that's the biggest beneficiary.
There has been statistics that the country that currently has the largest amount of U.S. national debt is China, not the American people or American companies.
What will happen to the price of U.S. government bonds if the U.S. takes an action to release its dollar supremacy?
The price of U.S. government bonds will hit rock bottom and the U.S. dollar will also depreciate.
If that happens, the U.S. will stay in the belief that it will eventually be able to repay its national bonds with small amounts of money.
After the Surfraim incident in 2008, the U.S. really airlifted the dollar.
Would you have really written dollar on paper because you are the dollar's issuing authority? The way to release the dollar can be described as the administration of public funds, and public funds would have had to secure funds by issuing government bonds in the end.
In other words, I think the biggest hidden challenge in the U.S. now is how to repay the government bonds it has issued over the past 10 years.
I borrowed 10 bricks worth 1,000 won from my friend.
It takes ten sheets of cement to make ten bricks.
But I'm afraid I'm going to go bankrupt if I use 10 of that cement to pay back.
What should I do?
Number one kills a friend.
Number two is to mop up the bricks with trash and pay them back.
Brick, whether high-quality or low-quality, is brick, so what if you mix the five cement with gravel and make 10 bricks and pay back?
It may be too conspiratorial, but I don't think there are individuals or countries that give up their hegemony.
Giving up the status of a police state means giving up the status of the dollar, which is a key currency, and I think it is an act that should be of greater benefit.
My thoughts are short and I can't get rid of the idea of doing so for the repayment of issued government bonds.
The economic turmoil eventually leads to physical chaos. This is evidenced by history.
Even if the global order collapses by such a plot by the United States, the U.S. is nonetheless a heavenly power. It is a great military power.
Wouldn't you think that the value of the plunging dollar could be raised again through the reorganization of world order through force?
The Republic of Korea thinks that if the value of the dollar collapses because it is a country linked to the U.S. dollar anyway, the possibility of the collapse of the Republic of Korea is high.
After the Asian financial crisis, we have accumulated foreign exchange, or dollars, but we think it could be a scrap of paper.
We can't help but erase the notion that there is only gold to protect our assets in this situation.
That is not to say that investing in gold, but I think, like gold, a certain amount of production is lost in the market, and we should invest in assets that may have market confidence.
My idea is still short, so I think it's going to be cryptographic.
Production is constant, a certain amount is lost in the market, and is willing to use even while having market confidence...
I think it's only cryptocurrency that won't be scratched on the claws of the Heavenly Kingdom because it doesn't have the right to be taken over by U.S. military forces.
Of course, if this prediction materializes, Ios believes that the 21 BPs are in charge of the issue, so it could be a little dangerous to lose by the multiple attacks and pressure of the Heavenly Kingdom, but if I overcome the ordeal, I think it will at least be an important means of storing value to protect my assets.
It was a clutter... if this scenario really becomes a reality... I don't know if this is gonna make me rich. A pilgrimage to the Holy Land?
U.S. President Trump, Russian President Putin, and Chinese President Xi Jinping were ranked first, second and third, respectively, and Bitcoin creator Satoshinakamoto ranked 44th, ahead of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg's 98th and NASDAQ CEO Adenafridman 86.
In the next few years...(in the not too distant future)
I wish Ios "Dan" would be in the top 20!^^
Competitive Ratio of Warye Newlywed Hope Town in the Future and Countermeasures
EBS Compromise Capitalism Part 1 money is debt.
This is a well-organized account of the principles of the creation and distribution of capitalist money.
It's a must-see and a lot to think about, as we live in the world.
It's a total of five episodes, and the first part is the most interesting part.
Here's a quick summary of the content:
I'm sure it'll help if you look at the documentary and see what's organized.
You can watch the video at the following YouTube address.
1. The first part of money is a debt.
1) What is capitalism?
(1) The principle of the birth of money;
Because you worked?
a small fraction of the money in the market
Where does the rest of the money come from?
The bank does not lend by deposit.
= Create credit (available outside the reserve rate) = Bankrun possible (at the same time as deposit withdrawal)
e.g. 10% reserve ratio will increase to 100 billion won.
(2) Why prices continue to rise?
(3) Money is a debt...
If the rate of payment is low, more money will be added.
Approximately 3.5% of Korea's payment reserve rate
(4) Central bank (stabilizing prices)
율 Interest rate control, currency issuance.
Quantitative easing (increasing the volume of money to stimulate the economy)
Why can't the central bank print money?(inflation) > But if the amount of currency decreases, one will be in a situation where one cannot pay back a loan. Starting with low-income people, a chain of bankruptcies can occur (display)
There is a deflationary tendency behind inflation.
It's hard to know exactly when the financial crisis is coming.
(5) gold-plated exchange system
> 1944 Bretton Woods Agreement : Fixed to the dollar of each country's currency
1971 Abolition of President Nixon's gold exchange system
Dollars are printed on the FRB (private bank.
If you want to know the flow of money, you need to know the American economy.
You should see the forest, not the trees. We need to know the economy of the United States.
Inflation rose 185 to 30 percent over the five-year period.
The nation is threatened with survival due to the economic collapse caused by inflation.
In fact, most people are starving or living on one meal a day, and 10 percent of the people are now said to have
--- Why Venezuela, the world's No. 1 oil seller, went bankrupt ---
The people of oil-producing Venezuela were living in great abundance until the 1990s.
In 1999, Hugo Chavez, president of Venezuela, said he wanted to be a president who wanted to "communicate" with the people, so that people could participate in politics and decide policies.
He pushed for a "direct democracy" system."
Chavez has become the most popular president in Venezuela's history, with a record 99 percent approval rating.
He pursued a free welfare policy called the Basic Income System.
The Venezuelan people called for all of Venezuela's oil industry to be democratized, and the president democratized all of its oil industries and paid them for free welfare in accordance with the will of the people.
Thanks to this, the Venezuelan people enjoyed the lives of the middle class without having to work and realized the earthly paradise.
Venezuela's upper classes began emigrating to the United States, Europe and other countries, discontented with too high taxes.
In the 2010s, Venezuela's economic growth rate dropped to minus 10 percent.
Chavez raised the minimum wage at the request of the people, which led to higher labor costs and higher labor costs.
The rise in unit prices of products was followed by a huge rise in prices.
As prices began to soar abnormally, the Venezuelan people demanded control of market economy prices, and the president responded to the people's demands by using socialist methods.
The price control was enforced.
When the government controlled prices in a socialist manner, businesses went out of business and started to go bankrupt.
In the end, Venezuela's food and daily necessities ran out, and a shortage of food is causing riots as of 2018.
Why did Venezuela, the oil country, go down?|writer's style
I don't know if it's too late.
If you own Kookmin Bank, you will be able to issue a free card-type pot at the branch where Kookmin Bank's STM (see Kookmin's home page) is installed until the 31st of this month. (Card-type Potp is originally 10,000 won!!!)
To give you a tip, if you have time on week 31st, you can apply for bio-certification at the window first, and then you can get it much faster if you use birth-certificate instead of through a counselor on your stm device.
I did it through a counselor and it takes me a long time to connect.(minimum 10 minutes)
We can issue a static device on the weekend, so if you have time, you can search the location tomorrow and run.Hah!
"Reading" and "good" are love.
👍Blockchain journal [KEEP!T
👍 Original: [KEEP!T History: Starts the dollar, guaranteed by power] (https://stemit.com/CoLink Korea/@Keepit/6gvdcg-Keep-t-history)
👍 Voice, editing Feelk