Sunday, December 6, 2015

Finland May Give Citizens $1,000 Per Month

Finland is considering giving every citizen €800 a month (about $1,000).

Proposals for a national basic income are intended to simplify the social security system and encourage more unemployed people to take on temporary work.

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In the US, on the other hand, the federal budget is roughly $1,000 per month per person.

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Very little of that money actually goes to We The People.

I think I'll move to Finland. Yes, it's cold and the people never smile, but at least they have a government that cares about them.

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