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  International Debt Reconciliation - Bonds Stocks Loans and Investments                                                    
    INPUT FIELDS Low Income Countries Example 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24  
    Enter Annual
Rate:
Afghanistan Argentina Brazil Iran Mexico United States Luxembourg Switzerland Australia Netherlands Ireland Norway United Kingdom Denmark Belgium Austria Germany France Sweden Finland Spain Japan South Korea Italy Greece Portugal Czech Republic Hungary Poland  
  STEP 1: Debtor Country's Compensation Avrg (US Dollars) As of 2011 84.88 mth 546.97 mth 348.39 mth 303 mth 4.8563 hr 51,493 50,610 47,810 45,385 45,161 45,160 43,607 43,250 42,173 41,923 41,421 37,544 37,269 35,582 34,903 32,957 32,816 32,638 32,121 27,460 22,666 19,618 18,220 17,812  
STEP 2: Enter the amount you paid for the Bond (not face value):
    Debtor Country Hourly Rate:
Average Hourly Rate (based on 40 hr work week)
4.86  
  STEP 3: Debt Holders' Annual Rate :
Average Hourly Rate (based on 40 hr work week)
 
  Differential Percentage %
(Debtor / Debt Holder)
 
  STEP 3b: Debt Holder's work hours to purchase bond:  
    Debtor Nation's Average Citizen would have had to work the following hrs:  
  Work Percentage Difference for Debtor Citizen:  
  Percentage of Work Hours counted for Debt Holder:  
     
  STEP 3c: Hours (to be compensated (x) % Difference) :  
  Rate of Debt Compensation (RDC) or
Minutes Per Hour
 
STEP 4. - 8. Complete Field to determine your Willit Compensation Rate:
Today's Date
  Date of Birth  
Calendar
Calendar
Age
  Life Span Expectancy/ Productive Age / or Retirement Age
See: Compensation Rate Level (Select Next Tab Below)
Work Level (also consider desirability of the position)
  Easy Labor
Hazard Pay  
Knowledge/Skill Level of Member Skill Level 1 - 25
  Elementary
PhD  
Hierarchy
  President
Student  
Divided by Remaining Years
FINAL Willit Compensation for Your Bonds, Stocks, Loans and Investments
Compensation Rate Levels  
 
Work Level (also consider desirability of the position)  
Easy Labor Medium Labor Hard Labor Hazard Pay    
1 5 10 15    
   
Knowledge/Skill Level of Member  
Paid Student Age Range   Bachelors Masters PhD. CMS  
Elementary Pre Junior High Junior High Advanced Studies College College 2 College 3 Production  
Level 1-3 Level 4-6 Level 7-9 Level 10-12 Level 13-15 Level 16-20 Level 21-25 Level 30-35  
 
Hierarchy  
Student Staff Member Manager Director Executive President  
8 5 4 3 2 1  
 
               
  BOND CONVERSION EXAMPLE
 
  Example 1.  
    Pay Rate Bond Price Bond Qty
Willit Rate
Total Recoup  
  USD $ USA Bond   Converted Willit Rate  
  Person X 120,000.00 100 32.73  
  Person Y 35,000.00 100 112.22  
 
  If each individual invested all their income, based on each working 40 hours per week, they would essential accumulate the same in Willit Compensation.
  However, if you take into consideration a minimum standard of living (example: approximate 31,000) for each household. The household with more income will have more investment dollars available (See Example 2).
   
  Example 2. - Real Life Example  
    Pay Rate minus expenses Bond Price Bond Qty Willit Rate Total Recoup
  Person X 120,000.00 100 32.73
  Person Y 35,000.00 100 112.22
 
  WILLIT AND STANDARD NEED PARTICIPATION  
  Person A  
  Hours
Willit Rate
Total Annual Hrs Standard Needs Estimate Annual Willit Hrs Annual Willits
  1 76.28 20
  40 X 52 weeks per week Annual SNE Hrs.
Remaining Hrs:
 
     
     
  If you take the standard work week hours of 40 per week, devote Labor Hours toward Standard Needs (Earned Equity Appx 20-10 hrs per week) and invest the remainder of your 40 hour work week towards Willits: Person A could earn $79,3331.20 Willits per year to spend in the iWaut market - and still have all their Standard Needs Met: Housing, Food, Communication Equipment, etc. Which means person A will be very competive in the iWaut Markets -
 
 
 
 
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