Printing money increases the money supply, which leads to inflation. This means the prices for everything get higher (including the price of your labor, also known as your salary). If you have money saved, you’ll find that that money doesn’t buy what it used to, which is bad for you. If you owe money, this is good for you, because you don’t need to trade as much stuff to get the money for your debt.
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But if the government buys money from the market, this does not affect the overall money supply, because the government is buying the money with gold or something else that functions as money. It’s like getting change for a twenty. You give something and you get something with the same value, but the total supply of money in your wallet doesn’t change.
There are many ways to increase extra money at home but I think find areas of your spending habbits that you have now that can be trimmed down a little, like coffee every day or something….Then, cut down on spending in little areas like that, shop less, that kind of thing….It is the best method to earn extra money at home….!