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Monetary policy and fiscal policy are different in this way.
Fiscal policy is a term referencing taxation, government
expenditures and the borrowing associated with both. Fiscal policy is just the government’s business plan Monetary policy
is a targeted means of managing the value of money.
1)Interest rate: Central bank uses monetary policy to determine interest rate at which banks lend money. Lower interest rate means cheaper loan, and vice versa.
2) Inflation: Monetary policy can be used to control inflation. Of course higher inflation means items are very expensive affecting me personally.
3) Increase growth or create jobs: If government want to increase growth or create more jobs, it can increase spending. More jobs better for me. This is where fiscal policy comes in.
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Sep 30th, 2015
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