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Principle of accounting 10000
Principle of accounting Debit and credit The balance sheet is at the centre of bookkeeping. The balance sheet shows assets and liabilities at a given point in time, i.e., it shows what a company owns and owes. The entries on the balance sheet are general ledger accounts, or in a somewhat ... - [detail] - [similar]
Applying double-entry bookkeeping 6611
Applying double-entry bookkeeping 24 October 2017 Introduction Four of my earlier articles , written in 2012, were inspired by what I read on the site , written by Marc Gauvin and others. Today, he is one of the people behind the newer site Money Systems Transparency All ... - [detail] - [similar]
Seigniorage (2) 6086
Seigniorage (2) 28 June 2016, translated from Dutch by the author Introduction This article and the previous one were written while preparing my planned critical article that should follow the praising one , these latter two (both in Dutch) in reaction to an article (also in Dutch) dated ... - [detail] - [similar]
Seigniorage (1) 5105
Seigniorage (1) 27 June and 1, 2 and 4 July 2016, translated from Dutch by the author Terminology and definition The word seigniorage is sometimes written seignorage, or in French seigneuriage. Seigniorage is the difference between the face value of a coin on the one hand (the value assi ... - [detail] - [similar]
Capital requirement (I) 4916
Capital requirement (I) Idea 3 August, text 21 August 2012 Basel Accords So far, for the sake of simplicity, I ignored the capital requirement in my examples. (I said that before, in part 4 and part 10 .) But such a requirement does in fact exist. So I add it now, starting from the situa ... - [detail] - [similar]
Do banks relend interest? 4910
Do banks relend interest? Idea 7 August 2013, elaboration 27 October 2013 and 6–8 February 2015 What? That's an idea that keeps coming back in what people write. What idea? That the interest that borrowers pay to banks, is lent out again at more interest. For new loans, new interest must ... - [detail] - [similar]
Money out of thin air? 4639
Money out of thin air? 23–29 June 2012 Paradox Money creation does exist. And money creation does happen when a bank lends someone money. However, the bank doesn't create that money out of thin air. The money it hands over to the borrower, is actually money somebody else has put in the b ... - [detail] - [similar]
Zero-coupon perpetual bonds? 4600
Zero-coupon perpetual bonds? May and June 2015 ( details ) Summary The British organisation Positive Money proposes to move money creation away from commercial banks, and instead make it the responsibility of the central bank (or a similar entity that completely or partially replaces the ... - [detail] - [similar]
Capital requirement (II) 4418
Capital requirement (II) 31 August – 1 September 2012 More realistic As an illustration of how the capital requirement works, I present here a somewhat more realistic example of an extremely simplified balance sheet of a bank. All amounts are in millions of euros, or billions, or dollars ... - [detail] - [similar]
The king and the soldier 4323
The king and the soldier 29 October 2017, translated from Dutch by the author, using DeepL and bilingual postediting . Ancient times Let's go back in time, to the days when treasury and central bank could be considered one whole. The central bank was there to finance the plans of a monar ... - [detail] - [similar]
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