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Heidi Moore reports for Mashable on Finland’s plan to do away with poverty and creating financial stability in their country by providing its citizen regular checks every month.  Ms Moore is a Business Editor at Mashable covering media, startups, advertising, careers and Social Good. She was previously a finance and economics editor at the Guardian, New York bureau chief and Wall Street correspondent at Marketplace Radio and a financial reporter at the Wall Street Journal.

Finland plans to pay everyone in the country $876 a month

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Heidi Moore | Mashable | 12/5/15

Imagine this: as you’re worried about how to pay bills and make your rent, you get a check from the government for $876. Every month. That’s what Finland is doing. The Nordic nation is getting closer this month to finalizing a solution to poverty: paying each of its 5.4 million people $876 tax-free a month — and in return, it will do away with welfare benefits, unemployment lines, and the other bureaucracy of its extensive social safety net. The concept, called basic income, has been a popular source of debate among academics and economists for decades, though Finland would be the first nation in the European Union — and the first major nation anywhere — to actually implement the idea on a universal basis.


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