I'll bet that you did not know that the United States government is currently awarding most American taxpayers who are suffering from financial distress personal debt relief grants to eliminate most, if not all, of their past due baggage. Well it's true. The government has a great interest in making sure you can continue to spend money, even if they have to give it to you themselves. Well they do not actually give you a spending allowance so to speak. It is a little more complex than that, but not much.
When taxpaying American citizens who have unintentionally overspent beyond reasonable means of repayment, or have fallen upon costly and unexpected financial or personal hardships, they become unable to spend money. Understandably so being as if you are struggling with debts, and have over extended your credit, you obviously have no extra money to spend. This is where the government steps in and offers personal debt relief grants to qualified applicants to pay off their past due balances and get back on their feet.
The reason being is because personal deficits dramatically reduce the overall spending power of the national population, and it is absolutely detrimental that the government insures that Americans continue to spend money. If there is no one spending money no tax revenue is generated, an extremely adverse affect on interest rates occurs, and the economy will generally crumble. Providing free government money for debt relief to American taxpayers is a small price to pay to keep our economic system on track.
Now, while we are practically bracing ourselves for a depression, the government is particularly eager to distribute large sums of free government money to any American taxpayers who qualify to receive debt relief grants. Thousand will qualify, and you may be one of them.