The financial’s stupid. Today: Welfare

07Jun11

Shit! This country (Germany) is damned to crash! Like Alexander Dill (2010) says

„80% der Vermögen liegen in Haushalten mit einem monatlichen Nettomonatseinkommen von über 4.500 Euro.“ (Translating: 80% of the wealth in Germany belongs to households with an after tax income of 4,500€. )

You should know that at Germany people with an income of 3,937.50€ (Wikipedia 2011) don’t have to engage at the statutory health insurance, for example. And if you cross this income once, you can stay at your private health insurance. You call such values “Beitragsbemessungsgrenze” and it is also used at the pensions (different value) and the unemployment insurance where the people with an after tax income upon this value pay a fixed value.

Strike!

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