And people wonder about that more and more people are living alone... .
- Yes " I wonder why...
- You will be 'punished' for living with others.
And even if you live together with a friend, but NOT in a relationship with them, then you should still be punished if they smoke on social assistance and you earn good... gives zero sense.
How to write the nation's! jes A in one of the more than 1200 comments, which are written on 'mutual care' and borgerforslaget to abolish it. And Bent is not the only one pointing out that the rule means that the lovers 'being punished', if they are living together.
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- I earn 25 thousand per month before tax and if I earn more my wife netted the equivalent of his early retirement.
- You are punished if you two are moving in together, writes Bob L, and So we say it' asks:
- Who will move together with a retirement or other benefit, if you are penalised financially.
And the nation! have gotten several inquiries from people who are living with the economic pressure. And ask themselves if they are good enough as lovers:
I feel oppressed by the law of set-off in early retirement. And if it is totally impossible to eliminate it, so there should at least be a reasonable threshold for when to be off-set.
- I can't just whizz out and buy clothes and other necessities, as spouses can.
- I have no power over my boyfriend's bank account and no co-decision powers over his income.
- So, it is up to his good hearts, he will support me, write VB, who sent this equation with:
- So what should I choose: to be cohabiting with her boyfriend in the house kr. and receive 12000 or stay alone in the apartment and receive£. 18000 and $ 2000. in the housing (kr. 20000)
another woman reading this article about to be hit by the mutual care and she experience, that her boyfriend can require more of her, because she did not have enough money to pay half of the cost, because she gets trukker 3500 per month:
- thus, It is unworthy in one way or another. And I know that we - or I - have chosen it.
- But because the law forces me to be dependent on him, so I feel that I need to do more for him.
- It is also about sex, and I dry f.ex. not say no to him - next day I ask him for money, if there is something I want to spend money on.
- I love him, but because I do not have my own money, I am afraid, what happens if I do not give him what he needs.
- And that's just because I'm førtidspensionist, says the woman who will be completely anonymous, but what are you thinking?