Last but not least : has anyone checked what happens with the Recruits and Colonists sign-up bonii afterwards ?
I'm suspecting that -
(unlike salaries, which you get to keep in the private economy, and some of which you immediately get back via Service Tax and Income Tax)
- they might be destroyed instead ?
Which would make bonii credits "worth more" than salary credits.
According to the manual, those are all treated as one and the same.
"184.108.40.206. salarIes sPendInG In the PrIvate eConomy
Workers usually receive a salary. Since they are already “fed” by you as a basic payment, they’ll spend their salary in the Private Economy. The same goes for your Soldiers, Recruitment Bonuses of Workers and Colonists and your Leader salaries.Note that Workers and Soldiers will spend in the Zone they are present in, though both will spend (partly) elsewhere if not enough Population in Zone. In the latter case, we’ll assume Traders will help out bridge the distance.Note that Leaders will spend their salaries throughout the Regime and thus in multiple Zones, as they are presumed to have many dispersed interests and hidden endeavours.If a Corporation is active in your Regime, they’ll also spend their Credits in the Private Economy, just like the salaries are spent."
Note that the Trade Houses by order of Vic deal with making sure the amount of money in the world does not grow to big or small:
"220.127.116.11. monetary Constant
The Traders also play a role in keeping total Credits in the system close to the Monetary Constant. Once too many Credits enter the system compared to total planetary Populace, the Traders will start putting part of their Credits in Trader Treasures (and thus taking those Credits out of circulation). Furthermore, they’ll start decreasing the price they are willing to buy Items for.When too few Credits remain in the system, the Traders will start scavenging their Trader Treasures (and thus putting more Credits in circulation)."
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