Redistribution through the effect of reduced consumption …

I make the assumption – likely – that my wife and I are not the only ones to have noticed that our bank account decreased less quickly than usual since March 17, by the combined effect of an unchanged income and consumption reduced by force of circumstances. At the same time I hear, I read, I know that many are in a strictly opposite situation with incomes which have dried up and expenses which have increased, in particular for food. Like all of us, they saw nothing coming and are not responsible for what happens and yet upsets their balance. Do not hesitate too long, redistribute to charities all or part of these forced savings which would border on indecency if they joined the savings books without flinching.

Jeans

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