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It also shows that the forced savings component--one that includes primarily the government pension plan (CPP-QPP the second pillar) and impact of the various contributions has increased.
In effect, her $3,000 of excess tax withholding becomes a form of forced saving, which she can utilize every year when the check comes in.
She said membership with Pag-IBIG only costs Dh10 a month or a forced savings of 100 pesos and people can apply for a housing loan within the membership period.
For many, purchasing a home can create forced savings and eventually become the best investment they ever make.
Wartime restrictions on consumer goods were a form of forced savings as there weren't enough goods available for workers to buy.
However, as loans are used to increase the production of capital goods, there is a momentary relative shortage of consumer goods resulting in rising prices and in forced savings, funding a further expansion of credit.
In Spain, trade unions and women's organizations expressed concern that the current economic crisis, associated with forced savings in public spending, was having a negative impact on equal pay for women.
The government had forced savings banks or cajas to merge with each other, seek private capital or face nationalisation, in order to ensure their solvency.
There is a forced savings plan," Bay-less said via Skype.
For a credit scheme to mobilize its own financial resources, a combination of savings promotion approaches can be used such as free deposits, savings deposits as a condition for obtaining credit, and forced savings (as part of a loan and withheld by the scheme).
Another feature of Fingleton's thesis is the comparison of the forced savings - or "suppressed consumption" - domestically in China, and the all too eager and gross consumption of the U.