PEW Research, April 23, 2013:
“During the first two years of the nation’s economic recovery, the mean net worth of households in the upper 7% of the wealth distribution rose by an estimated 28%, while the mean net worth of households in the lower 93% dropped by 4%, according to a Pew Research Center analysis of newly released Census Bureau data.”
“From 2009 to 2011, the mean wealth of the 8 million households in the more affluent group rose to an estimated $3,173,895 from an estimated $2,476,244, while the mean wealth of the 111 million households in the less affluent group fell to an estimated $133,817 from an estimated $139,896.”
The Leviticus 25 Plan broadens out economic benefits for all Americans.
1. Provide direct liquidity infusions to all American citizens.
2. Optimize the allocation of health-care services and spending (including Medicare and Medicaid).
3. Improve the economic climate for U.S. small businesses.
4. Improve employment opportunities for all Americans.
5. Generate a long-term, healthy stream of tax revenue for government (federal, state, local).
6. Reduce the cost of government.
7. Stabilize the U.S. housing market.
8. Stabilize the U.S. banking system – and moderate risk dangers from certain derivatives and rehypothication stratagies.
9. Reduce the scope of social programs and their control over U.S. citizens.
The Leviticus 25 Plan will revitalize economic progress and incentives for all Americans.