A record number of seniors are facing higher taxes!

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Today on Twitter domestic olderly record number of trending.

In this issue, we will discuss the burden of medical costs and pensions due to the increase in the number of elderly people.

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A record number of elderly people in Japan!

Takashi-san
Hello, Ollie! It was trending on Twitter this morning, and it looks like the most elderly people in Japan!

Takashi-san
This is pretty bad, isn't it!

Orli
Hello, Takashi! The country's elderly population was the largest 3617 million, accounting for 287% of the Japanese population.

Takashi-san
What? Almost 1 in 4 are elderly!

Takashi-san
I mean, I've been hearing for a while now that the burden on us young people is going to get tighter with the declining birthrate and aging population, Ollie, what do you think!

Orli
I'll explain next.

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Developed countries are trending toward a declining and aging population

Orli
First of all, as a country grows from a developing country to a developed country, it tends to move toward a low birthrate and an aging population.

Takashi-san
Oh, you learned this in school I think there was some kind of population pyramid or something.

Orli
The population pyramid is Fuji-shaped in developing countries, with a high percentage of young people.

Orli
And in developed countries, there is a tendency for the shape to change to a more elderly form, such as the gourd shape.

Takashi-san
So Japan's declining and aging population seems inevitable?

Orli
It's true that Japan, too, has been on the path of a declining and aging population since it became a developed country.

Orli
Only, When you look at the rate of aging in the world, Japan ranks first by far.
Seniority Ranking
・1st place : Japan
・Second place : Italy
・Third place : Portugal
・Fourth place : Finland
・Fifth place : Greece

Takashi-san
Ew! I can see this getting even worse for pensions and the burden on young people and all that!

Takashi-san
I mean, as the aging population increases, the burden on medical care and pensions will be even greater!

Takashi-san
What are you thinking about here!

Orli
I'll explain next.

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Systems such as health care and pensions cannot be sustained without tax increases due to the increasing number of elderly people!

Orli
When we go to the hospital, a single consultation or treatment will cost roughly in the thousands of dollars, or at most a few thousand dollars.

Takashi-san
That's right!

Orli
However, they'll be able to save about 30% of the medical costs that originally cost tens of thousands of dollars We are there because of the insurance system.

Takashi-san
Oh! Is it the social security that is always deducted from your paycheck!

Orli
That's right The state uses social insurance paid for by the working class, and the state pays 70% of the health care costs.

Orli
Only 70% of these are under the age of 69, and if you're 70-74, the country is 80% and if you're 75 or older, 90% will pay for it.

Takashi-san
Ew! So the elderly would only have to pay 10-20% of their medical bills.

Takashi-san
That means that as the number of elderly people increases more and more, the wrinkles will come to us.

Orli
In the medium to long term, for the country, the medical burden on the elderly will It is possible that it will get tighter and tighter.

Orli
Furthermore, the declining birthrate and aging population means that the working class is declining and the elderly are It is expected to increase, and spending on health care and pensions will be greater.

Takashi-san
This means that the country is headed for a huge deficit in the normal course of events!

Orli
Right So one possible measure the country could take is to increase the burden of social insurance etc from the dwindling working class.

Orli
Further raising the pension age or hiking taxes It is also possible to take such measures as.

Takashi-san
I feel like even a 10% sales tax is hard to take, but seriously, don't raise the tax even more!

Orli
I don't think the above measures, which are generally considered, are a fundamental solution in my opinion.

Orli
I think the burden per worker will increase but the returns will decrease, so there will be more stress and other illnesses.

Orli
In addition, the elderly will no longer be able to afford to support each other, such as caring for each other, which could lead to more illnesses and higher medical costs.

Takashi-san
That's right, it's a bit of a no brainer!

Takashi-san
So is there any fundamental solution?

Orli
I'll explain next.

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Basic Income is needed to solve the problem of low birthrate and aging population!

Orli
If I were to solve this problem, Basic Income would be the solution I think it can be done.

Takashi-san
What is basic income?

Orli
Basic Income is A certain amount of money paid out equally to everyone every month , and so on.

Takashi-san
Oh! That sounds a lot like the Corona $100,000 benefit!
 

Basic Income is also explained in detail in this article.

→What is basic income in 3 minutes? The possibility of introducing it in Japan!

Takashi-san
But why was basic income considered a fundamental solution?

Orli
If a basic income is realized, the situation where people are forced to work, even if they don't want to, will be greatly reduced.

Orli
If you do that, you'll have more time to relax and less stress, and as a result, you'll get sick We believe that it will reduce the burden of healthcare costs.

Takashi-san
I see! But what about the pension?

Orli
The pOrlicy is to unify all benefits, including pensions, into a basic income.

Orli
so it's possible in the future "I paid as much as I could for my pension, but my age I think it will solve the problem of "not benefiting from the increase".

Takashi-san
That's nice!

Orli
But even with the introduction of basic income, it is still a financial source for the country There are many challenges, including securing.

Orli
This is an area where we will be paying attention to what measures the government will take in the medium to long term.

Takashi-san
Ollie, I learned a lot from you again!

Takashi-san
Thank you for your time today!

 

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