Does Being a Lazy Bum Make More Financial Sense Than Working?

by Tyler Durden

In the
recent past we noted
the somewhat startling reality that “the
single mom is better off earning gross income of $29,000
with $57,327 in net income benefits than to earn gross
income of $69,000
with net income and benefits of $57,045.”

While mathematics is our tool – as opposed to the mathemagics
of some of the more politically biased media who did not like our
message – the painful reality in America is that: for increasingly
more Americans it is now more lucrative – in the form of actual
disposable income – to sit, do nothing, and collect various
welfare entitlements, than to work
. This is such an important
topic that we felt

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