If you have ADD, you can't concentrate on the subject long enough to explain it to anyone.
LOL, that was just too funny. Hey, how many ADD people does it take to change a light bulb?
I don't know, how many?
Let's go ride our bikes!
Anyway, the book You Mean I'm not Lazy, Stupid, or Crazy? explained a lot to me (about me!)...
Try the Australian Bush Flower Essences Cognis 7 drops in 16 oz of water, shake and sip while needing to concentrate and wanting to retain better, can also be used for better recall. IF on the edgy, restless side you might find Calm & Clear Essence better.
"Australian Bush Flower Healing" by Ian White
trade deficit occurs when? trade deficit occurs when?
fiscal deficit: not enough money budget deficit: not as much money as you had planned to have in your budget revenue deficit: not enough money coming in trade deficit: you are spending more money on imports than the amount of money which you receive for your exports.
Primary deficit=Fiscal deficit-[minus] Interest payments
Monetized deficit is when the government prints money to pay down the deficit.
Primary deficit is the gross deficit which is obtained by subtracting interest payments from budget deficit of any country of a particular year. We need to know the value of primary deficit, while calculating the fiscal deficit.Alternative Definition of Primary DeficitPrimary deficit corresponds to the net borrowing, which is required to meet the expenditure excluding the interest payment.Primary Deficit = (Fiscal Deficit - Interest Payment)Statistical reports: Primary deficit ( in India)In the fiscal year 1999-2000: primary deficit was (-) Rs.2598.72 croreIn the fiscal year 2000-2001: primary deficit was (-) Rs.1038.38 croreIn the fiscal year 2001-2002: primary deficit was (-) Rs.2598.72 croreOver the last few year the fiscal status of India has improved. In the fiscal year 2006-07, the revenue deficit in India was 2%, primary deficit was 0.1% and fiscal deficit was 3.7 percent. The government of India budget for 2007-08 predicts a revenue deficit of 1.5%, primary deficit of -0.2% and fiscal deficit of 3.3 percent.
Concept of deficit
How government act when have budget deficit.
current account deficit
The antonym of deficit is surplus.
Currently in 2010-2011 1. Revenue Deficit 2. Fiscal Deficit 3.Primary Deficit. There used to be these 2 more type which have been now abolished 4. Budget Deficit 5. Monetised Deficit ~firstname.lastname@example.org
The U.S. has a trade deficit.
Surplus or deficit as a percentage of GDP can be calculated by using deficit/GDP multiplied by 100, where deficit is calculated by subtracting expenses from sources.
The USA has a trade deficit.
our country is in a trillion dollar deficit
A stumble can be a sign of proprioceptive deficit. Knuckling is also a sign of Descartes Disease , or proprioceptive deficit. .
The opposite of a deficit is a surplus. A deficit occurs when a country's expenses are greater than their revenues. A surplus is the opposite.
Fiscal deficit is not always bad.... deficit arises from two parts - capital deficit and revenue deficit. now revenue deficit is obviously bad for economy stating that we are not able to pull money sufficient to meet our revenue and there is no asset creation. on the other hand if major fiscal deficit is coming from capital deficit its not all that a bad news. after all asset creation is taking place. n such moves are welcome.
Either a minus symbol in front of the deficit number (such as -100) or by braketing the deficit number (such as <100> )
The federal deficit is in the trillions of dollars and has been for awhile. As of April 2014, the deficit is at $17,555,437,713,940.
The current US Deficit is $11,042,553,971,450.47 (11 Trillion)
deficit ( i cant spell that's my deficit)