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Privatized Health Care: Savings Rate

I just enacted privatized health care last quarter (in Akeron), and I'm puzzled by how my savings rate has DECREASED by half a percentage point! I mean sure, my spending percentage decreased, so there can be anticipation that my economy will perform better. However, wouldn't households have to save more now to pay health care providers?

13.08.2009 03:12
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RE: Privatized Health Care: Savings Rate

Maybe households must spend more money on healthcare here and now, so they just can’t save so much money for the future?

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Consumption increased, so that's a possibility, but I thought that households would have spent less on luxuries to be responsible. However, living costs increased less than in previous proportion to net income, so I don't think present health care costs would negate the perceived need for future savings.
Scratch that. I just did the math and living costs increased more than in proportion, so now it makes sense.


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RE: Privatized Health Care: Savings Rate

Would those households have to save more of their income now to pay health care providers? how the government on this situation?

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RE: Privatized Health Care: Savings Rate

They don't save money, they now spend part of their monthly income on health insurance, so a decrease in the saving ratio is expected.


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Yeah, that became apparent to me when I realized that my net income:living costs ratio decreased. Thanks though.

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Akeron Wrote:
I thought that households would have spent less on luxuries to be responsible.


No, citizens in ars-regendi are as stupid as they are in real life! Hehe


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No, citizens in ars-regendi are as stupid as they are in real life! Hehe

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RE: Privatized Health Care: Savings Rate

The best way is to invest more and more money in health insurance because its the best and simple way to secure the future. I had made huge investment in health insurance. The benefits is that you can make proper use of your money and you will not be having tension about medical area.


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It’s a good thing! My daughter is also after me for this thing. She is a medical student and takes care of everybody in the house. She told us about private health Los Angeles and even I am planning to save some of my money. It is good to have a medical advisor and help around.

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