Showing posts with label finance. Show all posts
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+juke tax as universal basic income

There is considerable chatter about a universal basic income (ubi) both here in the United States and abroad. The argument is probably amplified in smaller economies, but there are some interesting points (from a financial perspective) that I'd like to discuss (and compare with the notion of compliance) in this article.

First of all, a waxed-over definition: the ubi is a bit of socialism, where some government distributes a fixed amount of money to persons (citizens) for a set period of time, regardless of their current economic status (ie. cash on-hand, employment, etc.). What is not known (only evaluated) by the government are the intentions and use cases of the resources by its recipients.

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Syllabus: FINRA exams

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Syllabus: FINRA Series 7

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Syllabus: FINRA Series 6

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IFM LTAM STAM SRM PA

Syllabus: The Society of Actuaries (SOA) administers ten exams for credentialing. Each demands that the solver abandon rote thinking, and make practical use of mathematical modeling.

The Society is offering two sample exams (P and FM) with solutions at no charge for candidate support if you are interested in seeing what you are up against.

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