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Two bloggers today have picked up on the problems with the GDP deflator highlighted in the book in Chapter 9.
Merryn Somerset Webb at MoneyWeek.
Merryn also includes a graph clearly illustrating the problem with the defaltor in the last years which I raised, ie
I have added more information about the reasons for the discrepancy to both blogs in explanation. You can read my comments here.
Moneyweek say: ‘an interesting book that asks some provocative questions’. Pete Comley ‘ has a knack for making points that others have overlooked‘.
MoneyWeek subscribers can read the full review at: http://moneyweek.com/book-review-inflation-tax-expect-inflation-to-get-much-worse/
The Inflation Tax book currently dominates the the home page of Saveoursavers.co.uk. The related blog post shows that things have now changed with regard to inflation in the UK in the last few years. It is now a real danger to people in a way it was not before. Read the full post here.
Julian Knight’s comments on the book can be found at: http://www.independent.co.uk/money/spend-save/julian-knight-packaged-bank-accounts–a-marketing-triumph-8722808.html