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How much NEETbuxx do you get?


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Some questions for Incels here that NEETbuxxmax:

1) What is NEETbuxx for you?

2) How did you get it, and how long did you have to wait for it?

3) Is it sufficient to live in your country?

4) Are there requirements for you to pursue NEETbuxx?
 
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Escorts should be subsidized for poorcels

kinda irrelevant but just wanted to say it
 
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In Finland you are guaranteed like over 450 euros every month even if you have no job or studyplace, although you must seek employment at least a bit or they can cut it down

I should also add the sum over 450 is after you have paid rent so the money is given accordingly to the value of your rent (but you must have reasonably priced rent though)
 
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Some questions for Incels here that NEETbuxxmax:

1) What is NEETbuxx for you?

2) How did you get it, and how long did you have to wait for it?

3) Is it sufficient to live in your country?

4) Are there requirements for you to pursue NEETbuxx?
110~ "rent allowance" basically money to help you pay rent if your pay is low enough.

I get it from a state agency that deals out money and such. Filled in an application online and waited like 1 month.

No.

Yes, there are many different kinds of bux. The easiest one is "introduction benefit", its also quite high 1k~. It's for newcomers who don't have a job, you get it by going to classes to learn the language and to behave and such.
 
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In Finland you are guaranteed like over 450 euros every month even if you have no job or studyplace, although you must seek employment at least a bit or they can cut it down

I should also add the sum over 450 is after you have paid rent so the money is given accordingly to the value of your rent (but you must have reasonably priced rent though)
Interesting, is this valid for all EU citizens as well?
 
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I'm on neetbuxx in Germany. Over 400€ a month. And health insurance is covered. It took 3 months after filling out the forms.
It sounds like it's the same as in Finland. Normally you need to actively apply if you don't want to have your neetbuxx cut but I didn't have to do it because of mental health problems.
Also I could find an appartment up to 500€ a month and the state would pay for it. But there are long waiting lists and I live with my parents.
 
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I don't get neetbuxx
 
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In Finland you are guaranteed like over 450 euros every month even if you have no job or studyplace, although you must seek employment at least a bit or they can cut it down

I should also add the sum over 450 is after you have paid rent so the money is given accordingly to the value of your rent (but you must have reasonably priced rent though)
That's toimeentulotuki and one gets that only if one has no money and assets whatsoever. One needs to sell everything first, including car, computer, game consoles etc.

I was unemployed for over a decade, never got any toimeentulotuki (my income was sufficiently low to get it) because my bank account never went to zero (I was too afraid to spend all away to get toimeentulotuki, I was afraid that I would not get it if I spend the money I had). I lived with työmarkkinatuki and yleinen asumistuki. After rent + water + electricity I had MUCH LESS than 450 euros per month. Rent and food prices increased over the decade, while benefits were freezed for many years and asumistuki was even CUT when the students were included in yleinen asumistuki in 1.8.2017. I lived years on about 200 euros a month after rent, water and electricity bills. Now I have minimum pension.

EDIT: I want to add that I have never been even a day in my life a voluntary NEET.
 
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I don't get neetbux thanks to cuckverment
 
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Interesting, is this valid for all EU citizens as well?
No, one can't move to another EU country to live on benefits. If you stay over 3 months, you must register yourself and prove sufficient income to get to stay legally. (Of course tourists that stay less than 3 months can not get benefits also)
110~ "rent allowance" basically money to help you pay rent if your pay is low enough.

I get it from a state agency that deals out money and such. Filled in an application online and waited like 1 month.

No.

Yes, there are many different kinds of bux. The easiest one is "introduction benefit", its also quite high 1k~. It's for newcomers who don't have a job, you get it by going to classes to learn the language and to behave and such.
Where is this "introduction benefit"?
 
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Leaving out the "Bank of Mum", I get £261.30 British Pounds every fortnight. I can manage comfortably on it, especially now I don't drink alcohol anymore. Plus like 95% of my rent is paid. No utility bills either.

I've been on it since August 2014, due to being a Mentalcel/Alcoholiccel.
 
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That's toimeentulotuki and one gets that only if one has no money and assets whatsoever. One needs to sell everything first, including car, computer, game consoles etc.

I was unemployed for over a decade, never got any toimeentulotuki (my income was sufficiently low to get it) because my bank account never went to zero (I was too afraid to spend all away to get toimeentulotuki, I was afraid that I would not get it if I spend the money I had). I lived with työmarkkinatuki and yleinen asumistuki. After rent + water + electricity I had MUCH LESS than 450 euros per month. Rent and food prices increased over the decade, while benefits were freezed for many years and asumistuki was even CUT when the students were included in yleinen asumistuki in 1.8.2017. I lived years on about 200 euros a month after rent, water and electricity bills. Now I have minimum pension.

EDIT: I want to add that I have never been even a day in my life a voluntary NEET.
I get kuntoutusraha and asumistuki
 
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i get like 125e a month for being unemployed in my shithole country, but i survive with money i have saved up.
 
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No, one can't move to another EU country to live on benefits. If you stay over 3 months, you must register yourself and prove sufficient income to get to stay legally. (Of course tourists that stay less than 3 months can not get benefits also)
But, what if you have "sufficient means" for, per example, 6 months, can you get NEETbuxx after this?

I also did read somewhere that they are many other forms of help available for EU's citizens or even non-EU people that have a "legal stay", AFAIK.
Yes, there are many different kinds of bux. The easiest one is "introduction benefit", its also quite high 1k~. It's for newcomers who don't have a job, you get it by going to classes to learn the language and to behave and such.
Interesting, can you provide a link for it?
right across the baltic sea to the west
Guess is Norway.
 
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My mom gives me 150kn every month its over ngl
 
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Imagine getting more neetbux than some peoples wages @Animecel2D
 
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Imagine getting more neetbux than some peoples wages @Animecel2D
The question to ask: how does he do it? And accessory where does he live? (Some place have increadibly high costs of living).
 
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But, what if you have "sufficient means" for, per example, 6 months, can you get NEETbuxx after this?

I also did read somewhere that they are many other forms of help available for EU's citizens or even non-EU people that have a "legal stay", AFAIK.
1. No.

2. First one needs to have a valid reason to stay and money to stay on one's own.
 
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I got a 3 month, $150 “covidbux”
this program is already over btw
 
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About £97.00 a week = $127.00.
 
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I got a 3 month, $150 “covidbux”
this program is already over btw
Where this $150 “covidbux”?
Thank you very much for the link. But, I will never go to Sweden, let alone to live there in my life, this country repulses me, as none of the Nordic/Scandinavian states.
All the Nordic states are like Sweden. No big difference.
 
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Why not, does "refugees" have more rights than neighbors from Europe in this regard, or are you afraid that your country will get promoted for its social system? In this regard, I read that Finland is doing well actually.
2. First one needs to have a valid reason to stay and money to stay on one's own.
And what are valid reasons?
All the Nordic states are like Sweden. No big difference.
That's not my point of view, they are differences, for instance, Denmark is not eager to accept illegal immigrants while Sweden was basically inviting them by millions for the last two decades. There are also differences when it comes to the local's approach in this matter in particular, and in mentality, though, I agree they have all "developed" social systems and high taxes, that's the common features of the Nordic country.
Even during this Covid-19 pandemic, Sweden has put almost no measures to counteract it, still letting the borders "free", while all other Nordic states have implemented measures, and it's now used to close borders with the former country, the "European bridge" is a sanitary cordon and frontier for the previous, you can't pass it to Denmark if you don't have a valid reason to do it, even for transit, you need a healthcare certificate no longer than a week old, and some proof that you need to transit to the rest of Europe, while you're required to be tested too.

Finland is not even close culturally or linguistically to the rest of them.
 
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does "refugees" have more rights than neighbors from Europe
Yes.

You are quite low intelligence, I don't consider it good use of my limited time to answer to your questions and points. I hate this country making everything available in English (and Swedish), you can use your favourite search engine to find answers.

Sweden actually had more strict measures than Finland, they forbade being over 1 hour distance (or was it 2?) from home, we never had that. Sweden though never closed schools for children, which was the right decision by the way. "Sweden has put almost no measures to counteract it" This is false.
 
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