If you live in Germany and earn money, in most cases you have to pay Taxes. But why does the State delve into our pockets like this? And what does we get out of it? explainity tackles these questions and gives some answers in this short clip.
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painting a false picture here, most of the stuff you buy in germany is taxed at 19% not 7% but yes papers are taxed 7% .But just to be real here in germany you pay about 60% in duties and taxes from your income when you are a normal employee. I would list everything here but im too lazy for that you can look it up yourself here are some keywords :
pension insurance, Health insurance,
care insurance, unemployment insurance, Solidaritätszuschlag, Lohnsteuer, Sozialabgaben, GEZ gebühren These are the things you MUST pay and there are also a lot of "hidden" stuff when you buy things and or services.
And it even goes crazyer when you owen a small business
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