Solidarity Tax

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In the year 2021 the Solidarity Tax will NOT be paid by 90% of Germans.  The tax is used to give financial help to locations in Germany that were once part of East Germany.  I think

90% of Germans not paying the tax is a bad idea.  The main reason I think it is a bad idea is the tax is helping Germans in locations that used to be East Germany.  East Germany is part of German history and Germans living in what used to be East Germany should get as much help as possible.  People reading this please give your opinion.

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25 minutes ago, WAMB said:

 The tax is used to give financial help to locations in Germany that were once part of East Germany.  I think

 

Not much of the tax collected is being spent in the east anymore.

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56 minutes ago, WAMB said:

In the year 2021 the Solidarity Tax will NOT be paid by 90% of Germans.

 

What about non-Germans like us?  :ph34r:

 

4 minutes ago, RenegadeFurther said:

If 90% will not be paying, who is actually paying?

 

The other 10%.

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10 minutes ago, Krieg said:

 

The other 10%.

Which is made up of?

 

e.g people over a certain salary threshold etc?

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5 hours ago, snowingagain said:

 

Not much of the tax collected is being spent in the east anymore.

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Based on this graph, FAR MORE of the tax should be spent on locations that are located in what used to be East Germany.

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Somebody once said West Germany bought 17 Liverpools when it reunited with East Germany. Liverpool has hopefully improved since then!

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1 hour ago, WAMB said:

Based on this graph, FAR MORE of the tax should be spent on locations that are located in what used to be East Germany.

Why? All young people have already left the building and they are not coming back. Have you been to Duisburg or Gelsenkirchen lately? These are poorer than any city in the former East Germany.

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