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  • Understanding loans and making informed decisions

    Understanding loans and making informed decisions

    When applying for a loan, you should be aware of several factors, such as your credit score, as it can significantly affect the eligible interest rate. You can make the application yourself or use an intermediary. When you apply via the online service, e.g As an axolotlthe consumer skips many steps, such as having to […]

  • That way you can make the money last longer

    That way you can make the money last longer

    Debt advisor Nadia Wallin: How to afford your dream It could be a trip, a renovation – or not to panic about the electricity bill. Debt counselor Nadia Wallin explains how a budget can help you achieve your goals. SVT’s economic commentator Alexander Norén advises how you can save thousands of kroner by renting out […]

  • Most of Kela’s benefits can now be searched from OmaKela’s online service

    Most of Kela’s benefits can now be searched from OmaKela’s online service

    On the Make an application page, the customer selects the benefit he is applying for and downloads the completed application form from his own device. Please note that the application must be in PDF format. When the customer submits his application through OmaKela, it does not need to be signed. The customer can submit the […]

  • Factors to consider when choosing a lender for your personal loan needs

    Factors to consider when choosing a lender for your personal loan needs

    Different lenders may offer different interest rates based on your credit score or other factors such as collateral or cosigner status. Check Rahalaitos.fi compare loan offers and get the best interest rate for your personal loan. Shopping around can help you find the best personal loan offer that meets your needs. Comparison of different personal […]

  • Finnish startup community chief economist Youssef Zad suggests increasing tax incentives to attract skilled labor

    Finnish startup community chief economist Youssef Zad suggests increasing tax incentives to attract skilled labor

    According to the report, tax incentives affect the migration of certain groups, such as top innovators in the patent industry and other high-income individuals. Youssef ZadThe chief economist of the Finnish startup community stated that several studies have shown that high-income immigrants and top innovators react strongly to changes in income taxation and R&D tax […]

  • The current government coalition cannot continue after the elections, Saarikko states

    The current government coalition cannot continue after the elections, Saarikko states

    “Some hope that it would be so, others warn that it could. I think it’s fair for the voters to say that’s not going to happen.” In a social media post, Saarikko explained that the five parties are simply too far apart in terms of economic policy – ​​especially since rejuvenating the national coalition is […]

  • Helsinki is preparing to sell several well-known buildings

    Helsinki is preparing to sell several well-known buildings

    The sale of the buildings is supposed to start this year, if the board approves the plan. The buildings for sale include restaurants, rehabilitation facilities and residential buildings. Kaivohuone and Klippan located in Kaivopuisto will be sold by tender and will continue to operate as restaurants. The buildings of the Kulosaari manor, which are protected, […]

  • Recession gives rise to gambling addiction in Sweden, says government authority

    STOCKHOLM, Feb. 20 (Xinhua) — There are signs that gambling addiction is becoming a growing problem in Sweden due to the recession, the Public Health Agency said on Monday. – There is a risk that more and more people will have a gambling problem and that the consequences (of their addiction) will become worse, says […]

  • The Minister of Finance warns of an annual deficit of 10 billion euros

    The Minister of Finance warns of an annual deficit of 10 billion euros

    At the end of January, Finland’s national debt was around 144 billion euros, which Finance Minister Annika Saarikko (Cen) says is the responsibility of all parties.

  • The government survived the vote of confidence on the national debt

    The government survived the vote of confidence on the national debt

    Basic Finns sharply criticize the government for its spending policy.

  • Economic Policy Council: The next government needs a credible plan to adjust public finances and combat climate change

    Economic Policy Council: The next government needs a credible plan to adjust public finances and combat climate change

    Demand more targeted measures to mitigate the effects of crises Additional spending on military and other security-related uses has likely been necessary, while certain measures to increase purchasing power, such as a temporary reduction in VAT on electricity, have not been necessary. Severely affected households must be helped. However, not all households and companies can […]

  • The government approved a supplementary budget of 2 billion euros

    The government approved a supplementary budget of 2 billion euros

    The interest payments on the state debt take a billion euros from the additional budget, and other significant items are electricity subsidies for households and increasing healthcare and social services.

  • Niinistö: We are used to a standard of living that has not been earned

    Niinistö: We are used to a standard of living that has not been earned

    He also expressed his confusion that the size of the indebtedness problem is not known and the need to change the line of economic policy. He believes that central banks are the root cause of the problem because they have implemented excessive asset purchase programs that have distorted public understanding of the realities of the […]

  • IMF: Finland survived the Covid storm, but faces new challenges

    IMF: Finland survived the Covid storm, but faces new challenges

    The International Monetary Fund’s country report recommended that Finland strengthen the public finances while reducing the debt ratio.

  • Finland’s borrowing costs will triple

    Finland’s borrowing costs will triple

    Government debt interest will rise to 2.6 billion euros this year.

  • From debt collector to father of small children

    From debt collector to father of small children

    Jimmy and Mikaela live a seemingly ordinary life with small children and a villa. But just a few years ago, everything looked different. In 2019, Jimmy enrolls in an LVM home to get sober. Mikaela works there and they quickly develop feelings for each other. But they are opposites of each other. Love makes Jimmy […]

  • China Introduces IceBurial Technology Amid Rising Covid Deaths

    Peking [China]Jan 20 (ANI): Amid rising death toll in China due to covid-19, IceBurial technology has been introduced, alleged inconvenient truths by Jennifer Zeng covering first-hand information and unique insights about China and the Chinese Communist Party. “This type of burial has been carried out in Wuhan City on an experimental basis. Corpses can be […]

  • YLE: Many real estate investors are taking a break in Finland

    YLE: Many real estate investors are taking a break in Finland

    “In the old world, tenants took the apartment they happened to get. Now tenants can look at several apartments and choose the one that suits them best; The landlord has to do more work to rent out his apartment. ” Joonas Oravaan investor in several real estate portfolios, YLE summed up on Thursday. Finnish Broadcasting […]

  • High fuel prices are the latest groundbreaking for vulnerable SAS

    High fuel prices are the latest groundbreaking for vulnerable SAS

    It all hangs in the airCurrently, the Danish and Swedish states both own 21.8 percent of SAS. But in an attempt to relieve its debt, the airline is seeking to transfer DKK 14 billion in debt to SAS shares – something the low-budget competitor Norwegian has done in the past. As a part of its […]

  • Denmark had the highest public surplus in the EU in 2021

    Denmark had the highest public surplus in the EU in 2021

    Hard times Denmark’s gross public debt was DKK 917.3 billion at the end of 2021 – which is a debt of 36.7 percent of GDP. It ranks Denmark among the five lowest in the EU and among 13 of 27 member states that met the debt criteria of the Economic and Monetary Union (EMU) as […]

  • The mediator will look for a new solution after the proposal is rejected

    The mediator will look for a new solution after the proposal is rejected

    National Mediator Vuokko Piekkala is to discuss with both parties in the ongoing nursing strike this week, although no formal talks are planned. Last week, the unions rejected Piekkala’s proposal to end the dispute. Piekkala tweeted on Tuesday that the mediation work was "slow because it is difficult"but said meetings will be held this week […]

  • Sotenäs and the big salmon promise

    Sotenäs and the big salmon promise

    In March 2020, Sotenäs municipality called a press conference. The reason was the new major investment – Europe’s largest land-based salmon farm worth between SEK 17 and 20 billion, which would put Sotenäs on the map. The multinational company Lighthouse Finance, which is behind the investment, is starting the company Quality Salmon to be able […]

  • The Finnish supervisory authority keeps the mortgage ceiling at 85 per cent

    The Finnish supervisory authority keeps the mortgage ceiling at 85 per cent

    The government said it was refining its recommendation that lenders exercise restraint in relation to the borrower’s income when granting large and longer-than-usual loans in the second quarter. “Borrowers should estimate the amount of credit to be granted so that the applicant will be able to repay its debt even if interest rates on loans […]

  • Investment in companies

    If you are thinking about investing in companies, it is a good idea to have some prior knowledge of what it means to make such an investment. There are several different ways to invest, and no matter what kind of industry or company you are considering investing in, it is important to have a good […]

  • Stockmann sells the iconic department store for EUR 400 million to pay off its debts

    Stockmann sells the iconic department store for EUR 400 million to pay off its debts

    The net return is about 4.2 percent. “We are delighted to have found a stable and reliable domestic owner for the property.” said Jari LatvanenCEO of Stockmann. Stockmann revealed that it will use the proceeds of the sale to repay in full the secured restructuring debt of more than EUR 342 million and the unsecured […]

  • When is the best time to take out a loan?

    When is the best time to take out a loan?

    Let’s be honest here, not everyone has a savings account or pocket money that they can rely on when something unexpected happens. Sometimes you need money as quickly as possible, but you do not have many options at your disposal. Such situations can force you to take out a loan. You can always go to […]

  • Dealing with financial concerns

    Dealing with financial concerns

    Financial worries are widespread globally, and nearly half of Americans live paycheck to paycheck. If you are reading this and wondering if you are one of them, our guess is: yes, and it may be for several reasons. Maybe your income no longer covers your expenses, or they have never really done so. Maybe you […]

  • Kela has sent almost 41,000 preliminary decisions on the recovery of overpaid study grants

    Kela has sent almost 41,000 preliminary decisions on the recovery of overpaid study grants

    In 2020, 40,947 students had incomes in excess of the annual income limit under the Student Aid Act. Kela has sent them a preliminary decision to recover the overpaid aid. The average repayable support for students is 933 euros. The total amount of aid proposed to be recovered on the basis of the preliminary decisions […]

  • Most Germans are in favor of postponing tuition fees

    Most Germans are in favor of postponing tuition fees

    62.4 per cent of Germans are in favor of deferring tuition fees and only 26.3 per cent oppose them. With regard to regular tuition fees, 45.1 per cent oppose them and 44.0 per cent support them. These preferences are supported by people’s views on justice. Only a third of respondents believe that people from poorer […]

  • The Spanish State and Catalonia

    The Spanish State and Catalonia

    The Spanish state has historically used robbery and debt to satisfy its splendor, while Catalonia relies on its own efforts. The Spanish state is lying, persecuting its opponents legally and cheating on the belief that when the crime comes out, the game is won, the situation has changed and the damage is irreparable, but it […]

  • Private debt in Finland is growing

    Private debt in Finland is growing

    Understanding economics is not always easy unless you are familiar with the subject and familiar with the terms and jargon. So here are some basics on the subject of private debt. What is private debt? Researching a topic online may yield many results with complex explanations, but simply put, private debt means debt that an […]

  • Vaccine passports, moose in town and the prince in Swan Lake

    Vaccine passports, moose in town and the prince in Swan Lake

    Hour one: Vaccine pass in public transport Spanish care debt Truths in interviews New records in the mountains Chronicle by Helena Granström Panel Two o’clock Lawsuit against Memorial in Russia Swan Lake at the Royal Opera Public Service Protests against honor killings in Iraq Moose in town Kåseri with Mark Levengood Host Jesper Lindau Producer […]

  • 380: The scandals that could bring down new ministers

    380: The scandals that could bring down new ministers

    Annika Strandhäll, the new Minister of Climate and Environment, barely had time to take office before her personal finances came into focus. But how big a scandal is it really with old payment remarks and debts to the Enforcement Officer? And is it harder for the Social Democrat feminist government that Infrastructure Minister Tomas Eneroth […]

  • Finnish earlight company Valkee is filing for bankruptcy

    Finnish earlight company Valkee is filing for bankruptcy

    Oulu-based product development, research and design services company Valkee has filed for bankruptcy in the city’s district court due to excessive debt. The company’s best-known product, launched more than a decade ago, Valkee 2, is a series of in-ear headphones that shine a bright LED light on the user’s ears and are supposed to relieve […]

  • Useful financial tips for young adults

    Useful financial tips for young adults

    Many people are so busy growing up. To be fair, there are plenty of good things adult life brings, but there is also a ridiculous amount of responsibility. One of these responsibilities is to take care of your finances. In theory, this can sound quite complicated, and if you do not approach it carefully, it […]

  • The prosecutor dismisses the charges against the payday lender for a failed mask deal

    The prosecutor dismisses the charges against the payday lender for a failed mask deal

    Prosecutors have decided to dismiss allegations of gross fraud by a former payday lender and businessman. Onni Sarmaste related to the supply of defective personal protective equipment (PPE) at the onset of a coronavirus pandemic. The charges against Sarmaste’s business partner were also dismissed. In April 2020, the security of supply center Nesa paid Sarmaste […]

  • Dirty shops in the glass kingdom

    Dirty shops in the glass kingdom

    P4 Story tells about the shops with several closed glassworks in Småland, about companies that are emptied of resources and properties that are moved between companies by entrepreneurs without any connection to the local community, and about a cultural heritage that risks being lost. Now Orrefors, one of the world’s most famous glassworks, is an […]

  • Basic things you need to know before applying for a home equity loan

    Basic things you need to know before applying for a home equity loan

    No matter what industry you are in or what your financial situation is, you have definitely needed a personal loan at least once in your life. If you need one now but you do not have too much experience when it comes to this aspect of your financial plan, you have come to the right […]

  • What effect do tenants rent?

    What effect do tenants rent?

    Most people have heard of interest rates, especially if you have a sense of finance. The effect of tenants may differ from platform to platform, but the purpose behind the phenomenon is the same. You get from before rent on deposit, and on top of this there are landlords again. In technical terms, it is […]

  • Princess Mako fills up and gets married

    Princess Mako fills up and gets married

    It is not because there is a royal sprinkle over the wedding, for there is not much of it. It is Mako’s newcomer and his mother’s finances that occupy the minds. The wedding has been underway for some years. It should actually have been held in 2018, but then stories emerged about the groom’s mother. […]

  • Think Tank will remove SU for graduates

    Think Tank will remove SU for graduates

    The future of the SU has regularly been up for debate. Business organizations and often blue politicians have regularly discussed whether it should be cut or whether part of the support could be converted into loans. Now there is renewed support for that idea. The think tank Arbejderbevægelsens Erhvervsråd (AE) proposes in Dagbladet Børsen that […]

  • The cost of solving problems in Tax increases by millions

    It will cost DKK 349 million for the Tax Commission to complete its work. According to Politiken, this appears from a statement that Minister of Justice Nick Hækkerup (S) has sent to the Folketing’s tax committee. Originally, the budget was 308 million kroner, but the bill increased last year to 318 million kroner and is […]

  • Green editor-in-chief and enterprising entrepreneur

    Green editor-in-chief and enterprising entrepreneur

    Erik Rasmussen, who turns 80 on Wednesday 20 October, founded his life’s work, Ugebrevet Mandag Morgen, in 1989. It was supposed to be “a gifted corrective to a mainstream news feed”. He became a journalism student at Bogense Avis when he was 17 years old. His career led on to Fyens Stiftstidende and later to […]

  • Tax liabilities decreased by EUR 110 million

    Tax liabilities decreased by EUR 110 million

    The total amount of taxes paid to the Finnish tax authorities has fallen by more than 100 million euros since the beginning of 2021. Such a decline is unusual because total debt typically increases towards the end of the year until old debts expire. In January-October 2020, the tax liability increased by EUR 1.3 billion. […]

  • Shameful face mask retailer surfaces at Pandora Papers

    Shameful face mask retailer surfaces at Pandora Papers

    More than 200 Finnish citizens have been named for the largest financial leak in history, 20 of whom are criminal convictions. The latest name born in Finland is Onni Sarmaste, heavily indebted payer. Sarmaste remains subject to NBI’s preliminary investigation into trade with the National Emergency Supply Agency (Nesan), which paid him and the entrepreneur […]

  • Yle: The Farmers’ Union says agriculture is in crisis, requires government action

    Yle: The Farmers’ Union says agriculture is in crisis, requires government action

    MTK demands that the government ensure the liquidity of farms and change the conditions related to the sale of agricultural products by changing the Finnish food market Act. According to the organization, many farms are having difficulty paying their debts and the future of agriculture is bleak as agricultural land ownership is under threat. Countries […]

  • HUS will begin publishing the vaccination status of hospitalized Covid patients

    HUS will begin publishing the vaccination status of hospitalized Covid patients

    The Helsinki and Uusimaa Hospital District (HUS) has begun to publish the vaccination status of Covid-19 patients who have been hospitalized for the disease. The information – reported as a proportion of patients who have received one, two or no Covid vaccines – updated weekly on Tuesdays. The HUS urged everyone to get vaccinated against […]

  • NCP MP had € 100,000 in offshore service in 2014, denying the misconduct

    NCP MP had € 100,000 in offshore service in 2014, denying the misconduct

    Finnish Member of Parliament Elina Valtonen The opposition National Coalition Party (NCP) has acknowledged in a newspaper report that it held more than € 100,000 in a British bank account on the island of Jersey, widely regarded as a tax haven. Newspaper Helsingin Sanomat reported on Monday, he saw documents showing that Valtonen held – […]

  • Young people want to invest: Get a handle on this first

    Young people want to invest: Get a handle on this first

    That combination has not gone unnoticed by the young people, Spar Nord informs. – We experience that the desire to invest not only applies to the adults, but increasingly is also reflected in the young. Several parents call with questions about just that, says investment consultant Karsten Brøndum Idskov. Both Spar Nord and Arbejdernes Landsbank […]

  • Pay down consumer loans and credit debt faster

    Pay down consumer loans and credit debt faster

    This article is useful both for you who already have a consumer loan, and for you who are planning to take out and use a loan. Here you can learn what the rules are for repaying the loan. Use the knowledge to offer the interest costs. Limited repayment period on consumer loans Previously, you could […]

  • Supporting parties criticize the government for lack of housing intervention

    Two of the government’s support parties have difficulty understanding why the government on Tuesday formally refused to make an intervention in the housing market. The finance rapporteurs from SF and the Unity List believe that the government’s lack of intervention will contribute to a more skewed housing market. – I think the government is pursuing […]

  • The government rejects advice to intervene in the housing market

    The government refuses to follow the recommendation from the Systemic Risk Council to intervene in the housing market. In June, the Council recommended that the possibility of a grace period for over-indebted borrowers be limited. However, the government does not follow that recommendation. This is stated in a press release from the Ministry of Business […]

  • Economist sees robust housing market before deadline for loan intervention

    Economist sees robust housing market before deadline for loan intervention

    By Wednesday, the government must either follow the recommendation or explain why it is not going to happen. So far, the government has rejected an intervention, and if you ask chief economist Jeppe Juul Borre, Arbejdernes Landsbank, there is no need for one either. The housing market has calmed down considerably more after the high […]

  • 40,000 Danes have had their debts to the National Police deducted from their salaries

    In the first half of 2021, around 40,000 Danes have been deducted from their salaries to pay off non-performing debts to the National Police. This is stated by the Ministry of Taxation in a press release. – When people get a fine, it must of course be paid. It’s about our sense of justice. – […]

  • Danske Bank updated its economic growth forecast

    Danske Bank updated its economic growth forecast

    In a statement released on Wednesday, Danske Bank said the Finnish economy will improve as the government continues to lift restrictions on Covid and companies can operate. "almost normally." The bank raised Finland’s GDP growth forecast for 2021 to 3.3 per cent and a lower 3.0 per cent in 2022 due to a shortage of […]

  • Ann Heberlein: So fast to ruin a career

    Ann Heberlein: So fast to ruin a career

    – I have lost a lot of my friends, I have lost all my public assignments. And it’s about choices I’ve made. But it’s not because I’m a bad writer, it’s because others do not want to deal with me. Ann Heberlein says this in a conversation with Katarina Hahr where she tells about what […]

  • DI: Easier loan requirements avert series of bankruptcies

    DI: Easier loan requirements avert series of bankruptcies

    This is what Dansk Industri writes in a comment on the agreement, which was entered into on Thursday with a broad majority in the Folketing. – It is very important that an agreement has been reached that ensures that the hardest hit companies with government corona loans do not have to pay their debts here […]

  • Companies get several years to repay corona loans

    Companies get several years to repay corona loans

    A broad majority in the Folketing agrees to give the companies that have taken out loans from the state in the form of, among other things, deferred VAT, more time to pay them back. This is stated by the Ministry of Taxation. – The government wants to help the companies that may be in a […]

  • New book by Piotr Mikołajczak from IceStory

    New book by Piotr Mikołajczak from IceStory

    We are pleased to announce a new book by Piotr Mikołajczak from IceStory, the co-author of two reports about Iceland. The new book will officially be released on October 16. It will be published by the publishing house Open. NOrWAY. EMIGRATION SEMI-Diaries are memories of a three-year stay in one of the happiest countries in […]

  • Some restaurants are struggling to repay the Covid rescue aid

    Some restaurants are struggling to repay the Covid rescue aid

    The state wants about 1,100 bars and restaurants in Finland to repay the Covid subsidy. The grants were intended to compensate for losses incurred when restrictions closed bars and eateries last spring. The extra subsidies usually range from € 1,000 to € 10,000, although the rescue program requires one restaurant company to repay € 200,000. […]

  • Nightlife: We have been waiting a long time to get rid of restrictions

    Nightlife: We have been waiting a long time to get rid of restrictions

    – Therefore, it gives rise to smiles with us today that this sentence is set for the restrictions. The industry organization Denmark’s Restaurants and Cafés (DRC) agrees with this. This will be particularly noticeable at companies in the nightlife. – They are all in debt to landlords, the bank and the public sector – and […]

  • Criticism confirms minister in long-term problems with tax administration

    Criticism confirms minister in long-term problems with tax administration

    He says this in a press release sent out on Wednesday, after the State Auditors have reviewed the state’s accounts for 2020. Here again, it has become harsh and serious criticism of the area of ​​taxes and duties. It is true that criticism for the first time in four years does not trigger a reservation […]

  • FACTS: The Ministry of Taxation is again criticized by the State Auditors

    The Ministry of Taxation is still not in control of its administration and is committing significant breaches of rules. These are some of the elements in the criticism that the Ministry of Taxation receives on Wednesday from the State Auditors, who make four critical statements. This happens after the National Audit Office has reviewed the […]

  • FACTS: The state auditors have ten degrees of criticism

    The Ministry of Taxation has again received sharp criticism from the State Auditors after the National Audit Office has reviewed the state accounts for 2020. A total of ten ministries are assessed to have had breaches of rules and administrative deficiencies in some of the areas that the National Audit Office has reviewed. The criticism […]

  • The state auditors again criticize the Ministry of Taxation harshly

    The National Audit Office, which has reviewed the state accounts for last year, has come to the conclusion that it is again necessary to express harsh criticism of the Ministry of Taxation, which receives four critical statements. – The state auditors sharply criticize that the audit – especially in the area of ​​the Ministry of […]

  • The state auditors again sharply criticize the Ministry of Taxation

    The National Audit Office, which has reviewed the state accounts for last year, has come to the conclusion that it is again necessary to express harsh criticism of the Ministry of Taxation, which receives four critical statements. – The audit has found a number of significant violations and shortcomings in the state administration, especially in […]

  • Knut the Great – the Viking king who took Europe by storm

    Knut the Great – the Viking king who took Europe by storm

    The editorial staff of this section consists of: Cecilia Düringer – host, script and research Tove Palén – producerNavid Bavey – stage narratorJulia Öjbrandt – sound design and final mix Thomas Lindqvist, Professor Emeritus of History at the University of Gothenburg, also took part. Want to know more about Knut and the fascinating world of […]

  • Majority will leave evacuated Afghans

    Majority will leave evacuated Afghans

    A political agreement ensures Afghans who have worked for Denmark in the country for the past two years and their families temporary residence for two years. However, six out of ten Danes believe that Denmark should let them become permanent. It shows a study done by Voxmeter for Ritzau. Here, approximately 60 percent agree or […]

  • Are you applying for a consumer loan?  Avoid the mistakes!

    Are you applying for a consumer loan? Avoid the mistakes!

    Although there are some banks that charge well for a consumer loan, there are also quite affordable options. A loan can actually get effective interest rates all the way down to 5% to 6%. Borrowing costs can also be reduced if you are disciplined and pay back quickly. Here you can read about the 3 […]

  • Mortgage debt?  Weigh this before settling it

    Mortgage debt? Weigh this before settling it

    – It depends both on what you feel best about, what future you look into and what else you have in terms of investments, explains Jesper Hansen, who is a financial adviser and owner of the consulting house BoFinans. The first thing that can speak to knock as much of the debt as possible is […]

  • The circus king who sold elephants to the state

    The circus king who sold elephants to the state

    In 1976, the son took over the pants. And on Tuesday, August 3, Benny Berdino, who debuted in the manege already as a seven-year-old, turns 75 years old. With his good mood and big arm movements, he has since lifted Cirkus Arena to become the largest in the Nordic region. He has even received the […]

  • 4500 people have sold sex at least once in Denmark

    4500 people have sold sex at least once in Denmark during the last year. It shows a study conducted by the National Research and Analysis Center for Welfare (Vive). It writes Vive in a press release. According to the study, those who sell sex are a very complex group. Far from all sex workers can […]

  • High employment shows the way out of the crisis

    High employment shows the way out of the crisis

    With the increase in April, there were a total of 2,787,000 people with a salaried job. This is only 14,000 lower than the number of employees, just before Denmark closed down in the spring of 2020 due to the corona outbreak. At the time, the level was record high. If you ask chief economist at […]

  • The Left is skeptical about letting the state hand over corona loans

    According to Jyllands-Posten, the government is in dialogue with the banks about whether they can take over the debt and be responsible for the recovery of the money that companies owe in the form of loans for VAT and tax. The left is skeptical. – I am a little worried in relation to the companies […]

  • The city court acquits two: Stabbing was fatal – not murder

    Instead, the men are known to be guilty of violence resulting in death and complicity in this, writes sn.dk. There was allegedly a disagreement about money, a hash debt of 15,000 kroner, which preceded the clash between Christian Flesborg and the two men. This has been explained by one of the men during the case. […]

  • The government wants banks to take over corporate debt

    While companies continue to borrow money from the Danish Tax Agency to pay VAT and A-tax, the government is working behind the scenes to get the country’s banks to take over the special corona loans, which currently run up to DKK 30 billion. This is stated by several sources with insight into the process to […]

  • The High Court sentences the drug lord to ten years in prison

    The High Court sentences the drug lord to ten years in prison

    In addition, he has been convicted of possession of a handgun, but acquitted of charges of possession of two other firearms for which the city court had otherwise convicted him. He also participated in aggravated assault and deprivation of liberty of a man who owed money. On Thursday, the High Court sentenced Christian Holm Nielsen […]

  • According to new information, Finland’s wealth gap is growing

    According to new information, Finland’s wealth gap is growing

    People aged 65–74 represented the richest group. The average net worth (assets less liabilities) of households in this age group was around € 175,600 in 2019. In contrast, those under 24 were the most prosperous, with net worth below € 2,000. According to Statistics Finland, net worth A quarter of the households accounted for EUR […]

  • Report: The richest 10% owns almost half of Finland’s net assets

    Report: The richest 10% owns almost half of Finland’s net assets

    Wealth disparities between Finland’s richest and poorest households are widening a report Statistics Finland. The FICORA revealed that the median net worth of households was 104,000 in 2019, but 25 per cent of households had net worth of more than € 257,900, compared with less than € 9,400 in the second quarter. Net worth refers […]

  • Mortgages will grow again in April, the central bank says

    Mortgages will grow again in April, the central bank says

    According to the Bank of Finland, new household mortgages in Finland in April amounted to about EUR 1.9 billion, which is EUR 482 million more than in the corresponding month of the previous year. At the end of April, Finland’s housing loan stock was EUR 104 billion; according to the central bank, the loan stock […]

  • Convicted nightlife can soon be ruled out across the country

    Convicted nightlife can soon be ruled out across the country

    Convicted of crime in the nightlife can from 1 July be excluded from bars and restaurants for two years. This is clear after the bill was passed by a majority of the parliamentary parties on Thursday, the Ministry of Justice states in a press release. This means that people convicted of certain types of crime […]

  • Four are charged with million-dollar fraud with loans for used cars

    The men have found several used cars for sale on the Danish market and have managed to take pictures of the registration certificate without buying the car. After that, they took out a loan in the car, explains Deputy Police Inspector Peter Reisz, who is head of the department for economic crime in the Copenhagen […]

  • The government expects house prices to rise by 11.2 percent this year

    The government expects house prices to rise by 11.2 percent this year

    The government specifically expects house prices to rise by 11.2 percent this year. Next year, price growth of 3.1 percent is expected. – There has been strong progress in the housing market during the corona crisis. Home sales have risen to the highest level since the financial crisis, and there have been large house price […]

  • The government: Denmark’s economy is growing a little more than expected

    It still looks good for Denmark’s economy, as the corona crisis subsides and everyday life has begun to return. This is how it reads in the government’s Economic Report, which the Ministry of Finance published on Tuesday. Here it appears that a growth of 2.4 percent in gross domestic product (GDP) is expected this year. […]

  • Criticism of the bank tax: “Customers will be affected”

    Criticism of the bank tax: “Customers will be affected”

    The moderates are critical of the fact that the government is now returning with a new version of the so-called bank tax. According to a new draft of the Legal Council’s referral, the Ministry of Finance wants Swedish banks not only to pay tax on debts in Sweden but also on debts that are in […]

  • The government proposes a new bank tax

    The government proposes a new bank tax

    The government has now come up with another new version of the so-called bank tax. In a consultation, the Ministry of Finance proposes that Swedish banks should not only pay tax on debts in Sweden but also on debts located in foreign branches that the banks have, at the same time lowering the tax rate. […]

  • Business thinking beats government spending plans

    Business thinking beats government spending plans

    The business-supported think tank Etla (Finnish Economic Research Institute) has sharply criticized the Prime Minister’s government Sanna Marin (SDP) is planned to exceed the public expenditure framework. Due to the tight budget negotiations that took place earlier in the spring, the government announced that the expenditure framework will be exceeded by EUR 900 million next […]

  • ETLA demands that the Finnish government exceed the tax framework

    ETLA demands that the Finnish government exceed the tax framework

    ETLA argued on Monday that the decision was not justified because, in light of the epidemiological situation, it would have been possible to return to the framework as early as next year. Vaccinations should help the country achieve herd integrity as early as next fall, boosting projected brisk economic growth. Read more: Finland will exceed […]

  • Right now

    Right now

    Now the two brothers who were blamed for four-year-old Kevin’s death in 1998 are starting a lawsuit against Arvika municipality. “The social services violated their human rights under the European Convention,” said lawyer Stefan Liliebäck, who represents the brothers. The first step will be to request all documents in the case from the municipality. P4 […]

  • Vanhanen hands over the portfolio of the Finnish Minister of Finance to Saarikko

    Vanhanen hands over the portfolio of the Finnish Minister of Finance to Saarikko

    Vanhanen pointed out that the timing of the reconsideration is appropriate because it will allow his successors to take over the preparation of next year’s state budget from the beginning. “There were two suitable timings for my departure: either last autumn after the budget meeting or now after the framework session. I had no idea […]

  • Fewer bankruptcies in the first quarter, but more employees lost their jobs

    Fewer bankruptcies in the first quarter, but more employees lost their jobs

    The number of bankruptcies filed in January-March this year decreased by 12.4 per cent from the corresponding period in 2020, according to Statistics Finland’s new figures. However, the number of employees in companies subject to bankruptcy applications was more than 4% higher than a year ago. Bankruptcies decreased in all sectors except agriculture, forestry and […]

  • Finland approves the EU’s Covid return package

    Finland approves the EU’s Covid return package

    Finland has achieved the required two-thirds majority in parliament to approve the EU’s € 750 billion Covid stimulus package in a controversial vote, preceded by a days-long filibuster by the Eurosceptic Finnish Party. On Tuesday afternoon, MPs voted on packages 134-57 with two abstentions and six abstentions. The vote took place at the tip of […]

  • New large American media company about to be formed

    New large American media company about to be formed

    The new media giant, which has not yet been named, will combine Discovery’s range of documentaries and various forms of reality television with Warner Media’s broad holdings of television channels and film production. Discovery, for example, contributes nature-oriented Animal Planet and Oprah Winfrey’s OWN Network, while Warner Media owns everything from the news channel CNN […]

  • Citizens of the national party introduce an EU incentive to abstain

    Citizens of the national party introduce an EU incentive to abstain

    One week after announcing his decision to abstain from voting on the EU’s Covid recovery plan, Chairman of the National Coalition Party Group Kai Mykkänen and a party chair Petteri Orpo announced on Thursday that the party had reversed its decision and allowed a free vote. This means that a majority of coalition party representatives […]

  • The behind-the-scenes police will take over Spanish property in a fraud case

    The behind-the-scenes police will take over Spanish property in a fraud case

    On Wednesday, he and four other men related to the company appeared in Copenhagen City Court. Here they are accused of evading VAT and withholding tax for several million kroner. Two prosecutors from the Bagmandspolitiet demand that the 46-year-old and two other men be sentenced to prison and in addition each be punished with a […]

  • The number of vacation days decreases for hospital staff

    The number of vacation days decreases for hospital staff

    Last year, hospital staff took significantly fewer vacation days than the year before. A survey carried out by Ekot of 26 emergency hospitals shows that the so-called holiday debt, ie what employers owe their employees in paid holidays, increased by 30 percent last year. “It shows that we have worked and worked very hard during […]

  • The bailiff: Makes it easier to sentence gang criminals

    The bailiff: Makes it easier to sentence gang criminals

    The bailiff wants increased opportunities to seize assets from indebted persons who are suspected of belonging to a criminal network. Today, those persons must be suspected of a specific crime in order for the authority, with the help of the police, to be able to carry out so-called distance foreclosure. “We think this needs to […]

  • The number of vacation days decreased for hospital staff

    The number of vacation days decreased for hospital staff

    Last year, hospital staff took significantly fewer vacation days than the year before. A survey carried out by Ekot of 26 emergency hospitals shows that the so-called holiday debt, ie what employers owe their employees in paid holidays, increased by 30 percent last year. “It shows that we have worked and worked very hard during […]

  • Knut the Great – the Viking king who took Europe by storm

    Knut the Great – the Viking king who took Europe by storm

    The editorial staff of this section consists of: Cecilia Düringer – host, script and research Tove Palén – producerNavid Bavey – stage narratorJulia Öjbrandt – sound design and final mix Thomas Lindqvist, Professor Emeritus of History at the University of Gothenburg, also took part. Want to know more about Knut and the fascinating world of […]