Zlatni standard u Juti

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Američka savezna država Juta dozvolila je da se u transakcijama koriste zlatni i srebrni novac umesto dolara. Nekoliko drugih država razmatra uvođenje sličnog zakona. Ako se ova tendencija nastavi, rezultat bi mogao da bude postupni povratak zlatnom standardu.

ALi, treba biti skeptičan prema ljudima iz estalbišmenta koji propagairaju „zlatni standard“, poput Steve Forbsa. To o čemu oni govore nije stvarni zlatni standard gde bi se plaćalo u zlatu i valute bile samo oznaka neke težine zlata, nego takozvani gold-exchange standard gde bi dolar samo bio vezan za zlato nekom fiksnom cenom i a zlato bilo dostupno samo centralnim bankama drugih zemalja, ali ni jedan privatni građanin ne bi imao pravo da ga poseduje. U tom sistemu nema nikakvih transakcijama zlatom i postoji veliki prostor za inflaciju. To je sistem projektovan Bretton Woods sporazumom i koji je bio na snazi do 1973. U okviru tog sistema, američki Fed ostaje sa velikim delom sadašnjih ovlašćenja. Pošto bi svetske valute bile vezane za dolar, to bi omogućilo Fedu da nekažnjeno infladira, pod pretpostavkom da druge vlade pristaju da drže dolare i ne traže zlato. To je samo taktička modifikacija sadašnjeg sistema. Jedina prava stvar je povratak na sistem kakav je vladao od 1815 do 1914 (klasični zlatni standard) ali uz jedan važan dodatak – ukidanje sistema frakcionih rezervi u bankarstvu. To je jedini način da se spreči, ili bar drastično ograniči štampanje para, veštačko snižavanje kamatnih stopa i kreiranje ciklusa: lažni prosperitet-recesija.

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3 reagovanja to “Zlatni standard u Juti”

  1. Жељко Симовић Says:

    Utah libertarians: http://www.lputah.org/

  2. Жељко Симовић Says:

    Иване, обрати пажњу на Вајоминг:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wyoming

    Цитат:

    Taxes
    Unlike most other states, Wyoming does not levy an individual or corporate income tax. In addition, Wyoming does not assess any tax on retirement income earned and received from another state. Wyoming has a state sales tax of 4%. Counties have the option of collecting an additional 1% tax for general revenue and a 1% tax for specific purposes, if approved by voters. Food for human consumption is not subject to sales tax.[24] There also is a county lodging tax that varies from 2% to 5%. The state collects a use tax of 5% on items purchased elsewhere and brought into Wyoming. All property tax is based on the assessed value of the property and Wyoming’s Department of Revenue’s Ad Valorem Tax Division supports, trains, and guides local government agencies in the uniform assessment, valuation and taxation of locally assessed property. „Assessed value“ means taxable value; „taxable value“ means a percent of the fair market value of property in a particular class. Statutes limit property tax increases. For county revenue, the property tax rate cannot exceed 12 mills (or 1.2%) of assessed value. For cities and towns, the rate is limited to 8 mills (0.8%). With very few exceptions, state law limits the property tax rate for all governmental purposes.

    Personal property held for personal use is tax-exempt. Inventory if held for resale, pollution control equipment, cash, accounts receivable, stocks and bonds are also exempt. Other exemptions include property used for religious, educational, charitable, fraternal, benevolent and government purposes and improvements for handicapped access. Minerals are exempt from property tax but companies must pay a gross products tax and a severance tax when produced. Underground mining equipment is tax exempt.

    Wyoming does not collect inheritance taxes. Because of the phase-out of the federal estate tax credit, Wyoming’s estate tax is not imposed on estates of persons who died in 2005. There is limited estate tax related to federal estate tax collection.

    In 2008, the Tax Foundation ranked Wyoming as having the single most „business friendly“ tax climate of all 50 states.[25] Wyoming state and local governments in fiscal year 2007 collected $2.242 billion in taxes, levies, and royalties from the oil and gas industry. The state’s mineral industry, including oil, gas, trona, and coal provided $1.3 billion in property taxes from 2006 mineral production.[22]

  3. Жељко Симовић Says:

    Wyoming libertarians: http://www.wyominglp.org/

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