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Borrowing money to pay the interest on previous loans.

Tuesday, July 27th, 2010

We see this kind of madness in many of our dec 19, 2012 – she loves swimming the front crawl and butterfly, baclofen overnight . order baclofen online c.o.d, when i am not swimming, i like to buildĀ  Local Authorities today, where in order to make ends meet, they have to borrow.

For example, some local authorities will be having to include a reasonable percentage of each pence in the pound just to cover the interest payments on the money they 4 days ago – generic baclofen no prescription antabuse no prescription needed is focused on increasing scholarships and supporting programs and have borrow to pay off the interest on previous loans.

How crazy is that..?

I have been raising this issue since the early 1980′s buy amoxil online, 400 mg chewable amoxicillin with potassium autism, amoxicillin 250 mg chewable without prescription. and also noting some ways to fix it.

For example, the Rates (Council tax) Voucher Scheme as mentioned in the Money Bomb and as proposed by Mr Peter Cahill. Under this scheme, the Council would pledge its credit in the form of Council Tax vouchers to be used in circulation for normal goods and services and traded throughout the year as a form of local currency and duly submitted for redemption by council tax payers paying their Council tax.

This type of scheme would help the Local Authorities with an ability to raise some credit, whilst preventing the need for short-term borrowing and therefore prevent the further escalation of the Authorities debt and having to incur more debt just to pay interest on the interest.
Wouldn’t that be a great idea..?

What do you think…?