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Should everyone's wealth and income information be publicly available?
Everyone's wealth and income information should be publicly available.
This policy would reduce the incentive for adopting cryptocurrency, which would be an unfortunate loss.
Pay transparency would improve business practices and employee experiences.
This policy would make it much harder to commit and get away with crime.
This policy would improve the transparent functioning of politics.
People would have less incentive to buy material things to make them appear wealthier than they are since their actual wealth would be visible to the public.
Pay transparency would reduce inequality.
Increased knowledge of others' financial status could cause jealousy and a breakdown in social ties.
Scrutiny of wealth should be done by experts.
Enforcing this unnecessary policy would cost the government a lot of money. Many countries already have significant debt burdens and can not afford an additional expense.
Income and wealth can come from many sources and take many forms. It would be nearly impossible for figures to be accurate because it would have to take everything into account.
Making everyone's monetary information available to the public is a gross invasion of personal privacy.
This could lead to increased pressure to redistribute wealth in a way which would not be beneficial.
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