How does systemaccounting aid the economy to create jobs?


Jobs are created when capital is allocated. For example, assume the owner of a Los Angeles bakery uses the systemaccounting application to receive payment from customers, and also to pay vendors for expenses. A month goes by and receipts add up to a total revenue of $74,115.09 and expenses account for $41,233.55. Since the profit of the business is $32,881.54, an investor on the supply-side of capital markets will be delighted to identify a business capable of producing so competitive a return as 44.3%.

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Naturally, the investor will contact the owner of the bakery and present an offer of capital in exchange for a fair rate of return. If the offer is accepted, then it may very well be because the baker intends to open more bakeries and buy more equipment. In other words, as the baker physically proves his or her ability to identify and service the public's demand for delicious pastries, the baker simultaneously proves his or her ability to identify and service the public's demand for desirable rates of return.

The point: When capital is allocated to purchase or lease more property & equipment, the demand for labor to manage and operate this property & equipment is created. As the baker opens more shops with mixers, ovens, and refrigerators, the demand to hire more people to manage and operate this property is created.

Market uncertainty is a lingering cloud that blocks the light of opportunity from reaching the fertile ground that is the capital market's supply-side. Ordering the U.S. Treasury's affairs so that it serves as a cutting-edge data repository for the entire public, rather than a cave for a handful of financial Morlocks, is how the economy may create opportunity and put its unemployed to work. As adoption of systemaccounting increases, capital will come to be allocated with confidence, thus increasing the demand for labor in industries which are scientifically proven to identify and service demand.

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