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#1  Postby blackhash » Mar 12, 2017 4:48 pm

Do I save money? How much of it should I use for myself?
How much social value does my money have? Can I get a pollution free city with my money? Do I get health benefits?
How do I get these with the money I do not spend on myself?
I think today my money has a great social value. I can build on my money social structures by investing in companies. I can do many things for humanity with my money.
It has been found out that money invested in social welfare also can yield profits.
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#2  Postby tuco » Mar 12, 2017 5:05 pm

It has also been found that money dont make money by conducting following experiment. Put amount of money in a box and seal it. Leave it aside for period of time. Then open the box and compare the amount. This leads me to believe that money dont make money so someone/something else has to be making them.
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#3  Postby The_Piper » Mar 12, 2017 6:55 pm

It takes money to make money, just ask the President of the United States.
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#4  Postby laklak » Mar 12, 2017 7:33 pm

I like money. I'd actually like to have a lot more of it.
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#5  Postby crank » Mar 12, 2017 10:33 pm

tuco wrote:It has also been found that money dont make money by conducting following experiment. Put amount of money in a box and seal it. Leave it aside for period of time. Then open the box and compare the amount. This leads me to believe that money dont make money so someone/something else has to be making them.

Did you sex the money beforehand? How do you know you didn't have males only? Plus, there's plenty of gay money out there, they used to call it 'queer money', but that isn't acceptable now. Haven't you heard of the pot of gold certificates at the end of the rainbow? What do you think that rainbow is?
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#6  Postby romansh » Mar 12, 2017 10:51 pm

blackhash wrote:Do I save money? How much of it should I use for myself?
How much social value does my money have? Can I get a pollution free city with my money? Do I get health benefits?
How do I get these with the money I do not spend on myself?
I think today my money has a great social value. I can build on my money social structures by investing in companies. I can do many things for humanity with my money.
It has been found out that money invested in social welfare also can yield profits.


Interesting question ... I have just entered the retirement phase of life.

When my wife and I pop our clogs there should a reasonable sum of money left over ... not obscene but reasonable.

So what should we do when the inevitable arrives? Divide it up with our great nephews and nieces?
Donate it to BC Children's hospital
Some impoverished third world charitable organization.
Our local community living organization?
Rotary in some shape or form?

End of the day putting the money into a box and see if there is more begetting of the money? I suppose we could do a trust.

Interesting question.
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#7  Postby archibald » Mar 12, 2017 11:28 pm

romansh wrote:So what should we do when the inevitable arrives? Divide it up with our great nephews and nieces?
Donate it to BC Children's hospital
Some impoverished third world charitable organization.
Our local community living organization?
Rotary in some shape or form?

End of the day putting the money into a box and see if there is more begetting of the money? I suppose we could do a trust.

Interesting question.


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#8  Postby romansh » Mar 12, 2017 11:44 pm

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Fair enough Archi ... what will you do with the money? Wine, women and song? Sounds like a reasonable investment.
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#9  Postby The_Piper » Mar 13, 2017 1:30 am

romansh wrote:
blackhash wrote:Do I save money? How much of it should I use for myself?
How much social value does my money have? Can I get a pollution free city with my money? Do I get health benefits?
How do I get these with the money I do not spend on myself?
I think today my money has a great social value. I can build on my money social structures by investing in companies. I can do many things for humanity with my money.
It has been found out that money invested in social welfare also can yield profits.


Interesting question ... I have just entered the retirement phase of life.

When my wife and I pop our clogs there should a reasonable sum of money left over ... not obscene but reasonable.

So what should we do when the inevitable arrives? Divide it up with our great nephews and nieces?
Donate it to BC Children's hospital
Some impoverished third world charitable organization.
Our local community living organization?
Rotary in some shape or form?

End of the day putting the money into a box and see if there is more begetting of the money? I suppose we could do a trust.

Interesting question.

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#10  Postby laklak » Mar 13, 2017 3:12 am

We're going to need a bigger boat...
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#11  Postby Scot Dutchy » Mar 13, 2017 9:16 am

Saving money is not really a healthy pursuit. We get 0.1% interest.
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#12  Postby tuco » Mar 13, 2017 3:55 pm

Let me ask .. how much money are we talking about here blackhash? Seriously.
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#13  Postby romansh » Mar 13, 2017 4:37 pm

tuco wrote:Let me ask .. how much money are we talking about here blackhash? Seriously.

as much as you want to afford .. and I think this is blacklash's point.
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#14  Postby tuco » Mar 13, 2017 4:41 pm

I want to afford? This assumes I have money or?
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#15  Postby romansh » Mar 13, 2017 5:22 pm

If you have no discretionary money that is fair enough.
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