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Cash Changes - Year To Date section of the financial index page

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Robin Hood

Monday, August 13, 2012 - 10:16 pm Click here to edit this post
I've already posted this proposal on the vote poll page as i'm interested what everyones opinion is on this and wehter it would actually reduce the number of new failed players on this game.

I've noticed one thing on the 'Cash Changes - Year To Date' page which I thought should be separate. I've noticed that the only true way to find out if your country is actually making money is by looking at only 5 things on there, which is.

'Profit or loss'
'materials purchased'
' Materials sold or used by Government'
'Spending by the Population'
'Automatic Cash Transfers'

I've noticed that these 5 things is the only way you can actually see whether your country is making a profit or a loss, as the rest such as other things like schools and hospitals for example is not paramount as part of a monthly expense.

So who thinks there should be a separate page for those 5 things and call it something like 'monthly income and expenses for country' to make it easier for all of us? especially for new players who do not usually know what is 'monthly expenses' and what is 'other expenses'


Monday, August 13, 2012 - 11:49 pm Click here to edit this post
I would agree with you, except loans are another static dependable source of cost or expense. It may be small but it is still a dependable number that can be added.

I agree with your sugesstion. But I think there is a few other big items that are related that would help new players, things they might not realize. Like people that keep salaries low so they can profit moreso by profit transfers or taxes, many don't realize that citizens pay more for education, health, and pay higher taxes when salaries are higher. I think if there was a way to see the impact of salaries compared to other costs when they lose they beginners boost they would begin to strategize how to make up for those losses. Probably should be a new thread i'm sorry. Um +1 gj

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