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I am relatively new to stack exchange, and asked this question yeaterday: Can government be funded by only printing more money and not taxing anyone?. With the great number of answers I received, am I supposed to pick and accept one of them? Different answers bring different points into the question, so I feel it is too hard to just pick one.

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    $\begingroup$ Related but still not entirely satisfying: How to deal with many good acceptable answers? $\endgroup$ – DaaaahWhoosh Aug 18 '15 at 13:07
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    $\begingroup$ Hi Eric. I'm closing this as a duplicate of the question mentioned by DaaaahWhoosh, because that one is about the same problem and has several good suggestions (also make sure to read the comments to the answer!). If you feel that question doesn't adequately address your concerns, please edit your question to point out the differences. $\endgroup$ – user Aug 18 '15 at 13:16
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There's any number of strategies you can use to pick an answer. Two are listed below:

Highest Votes

Just reward whoever got the most upvotes on their answer. Usually the upvotes indicate that the answer is most useful to whoever looked at your question.

Most Useful

Depending on what you plan to use the answer for, you might pick a question that offers a particularly interesting insight or perspective that you find useful.

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