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ons 9-jan-2008 22:46

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I believe that it is the medical stuff Saroten that make Me so tired.

The Dentist
Some days ago I lost a pice of a tooth inte below part at right. When I eat PopCorn. I do not have any pain in it. So there was no hurry. After a short discussion I decide to take a anaesthesia. I am a wery sensetive person. After a short while I was 820 SEK more poor.

The Car
Our car have som strange noise in the front. A noise we have a suspicion of that it should not be there. I think it could be something with the breaks on the left side. We also want the car repairer to check the car before the yearly motor vehicle inspection. More costs.

The Swedish Social Insurance Office
It is in the hand of the Swedish Central Government. Today I received a letter from the Swedish Social Insurance Office. Whit a message on it: ”New decision from the Swedish Central Government. The Swedish Social Insurance Office use a recalculation factor in the calculation of Your compensation (…). The Swedish Central Government have decide that lower the factor from 0,989 to 0,97 from the beginning of this year.”
In My case this mean about 390 SEK less money (before tax) per mounth.
This recalculation factor is not used on your regular salary. Your compensation (from Swedish Social Insurance Office) is based on a annual salary wich is first converted to someting called Sickness benefit Grounded Income (SGI). And this SGI is the base for Your compensation. You get (80% of SGI) multiplyed with (from now) 0,97 (recalculation factor).

Some of us in Sweden have the advantage to have a added employer insurance (afa). This mean that I allmost reach 90% of my mountly regular salary – if You have been sick for more than 90 days.

In My case it is a little bit more complicated. I have 50% disability pension and that is calculated with 64% of the SGI. In the end I reach a totally compensation of about 80% of My mountly salary.
But the Swedish Central Government want to lower this totally compensation level, even if I have a private complement insurance. So far they have been stopped by the refferal instances.

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