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It can be separated into three parts falling under three different ministries; social welfare, falling under the responsibility of Ministry of Health and Social Affairs; education, under the responsibility of the Ministry of Education and Research and labour market, under the responsibility of Ministry of Employment. [27] Government pension payments are financed through an 18.5% pension tax on all taxed incomes in the country, which comes partly from a tax category called a public pension fee (7% on gross income ), and 30% of a tax category called employer fees on salaries (which is 33% on a netted income).

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Publisher: UBC Press (February 3, 2016)

ISBN: 0774830093

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