the “use of alternative cash” income ratio.
This is the ratio that compares a hypothetical alternative income stream to the alternative income stream. In other words, it’s the percentage of income a person would receive from an alternative source if they were given a choice of how to spend that income stream.
As you can see, the income ratio is used to describe the amount of money a person would make if they were to spend the income stream as cash. It is the base of the income pyramid, and as you can see, it is decreasing over time. In other words, more people would get more money if they were given more money. In other words, as time goes on, income and wealth are more evenly distributed among people.
In other words, the amount of money that would be received from an alternative source is more evenly distributed each year. This would happen if the income received from an alternative source was used differently every year and equally distributed among people.
All of that is going to change once the money is paid out of the system. So why should we care about money? Because it is the money we are supposed to collect from the system, and we want it to be paid out. The amount of money that we can collect from the system is a direct sum of money that we can spend on ourselves in other ways. As we have seen, money is a social currency of the individual and society.
All of the money that we buy from the system is used to pay for our own food and clothing. We have no idea how to spend it, but it is the money that is actually being used. The amount of money that we can spend on ourselves is a direct sum of money that we can spend on ourselves.