Principle of solidarity social welfare state (justice) and guaranteed basic income:
A fiscal and social system should ensure the solidarity principle of a social welfare state. Accordingly, the following principles arise for the collection of taxes:
– The unity principle: Taxes are paid by all citizens on all earnings and profits (principle of citizens insurance);
– The principle of performance capacity through progressive taxation: The economically stronger pay higher proportions than the economically weak;
– The solidarity principle: The economically weaker benefit over disproportionately from public;
– The steering principle: The amount of the charges is based on social and environmental goal orientations.
The social system uses two basic backups: On the one hand through the introduction of a solidary basic income which ensures the basic security of all citizens and is paid regardless of neediness; Secondly, with a common public health insurance which is paid by all citizens and through all incomes according to the same criteria and rule sets for medical expenses, care etc. (citizens insurance)…