Inflation

The Hidden Enemy

INFLATION:  THE HIDDEN ENEMY

It is generally acknowledged by the public that the purchasing power of the dollar note has diminished over time. Most people recognize the note’s diminished value, and the resulting loss in purchasing power, as inflation. Inflation is a financial enemy to all of humanity, especially those on limited fixed incomes. It is a hidden tax that erodes the value of money over time and eventually decreases everyone’s purchasing power. It is caused by too many notes chasing too few products.

Inflation has been found to increase its footprint in America at the average rate of a ten time increase every fifty years. A modest house that cost $5,000 in 1940 would cost $50,000 by 1990, and at the present rate of inflation will cost $500,000 by the year 2040. During the same time frame, wages will have fallen behind the increase in cost by about 40%. It has been found that inflation steals from the people with low and fixed incomes the most.

Inflation’s predominantly caused is the excessive printing and distribution of notes. We can’t stop the U.S. Treasury from printing an excess of notes, and we have no power to stop the Federal Reserve System from issuing the notes that cause inflation! They are simply not going to stop. Inflation is simply a money supply problem that has no competition. Therefore, one solution to inflation is to introduce some type of competition that contains real monetary value in the marketplace.

VALQUEST ADS SOLUTION TO INFLATION

The question is: what can a person do about inflation? Until now, the average person’s only solution to that question was to either ask their boss for a raise or work a second job to earn more money! That method simply gives the illusion of reducing the effects of inflation.

The real solution to inflation is to provide an alternative method of payment that contains added value. To understand the meaning of value, let me compare price with value. Price is what a person pays: Price is a dollar amount; value is what a person gets: Value is the relative worth or desirability of something to a person. Desirability means a person is willing to exchange their money for the item of value.

To help offset the harmful results of inflation ValQuest Ads Inc. has created Value Certificates and the Authorized Redemption Centers. A person that receives and redeems our product is directly contributing to an advertising campaign for a participating business. This activity will offset the personal effects of inflation by stretching the value of the dollar.