Tax laws that force every employer to save people have a large share in our social and economic problems.
A chronological sequence is shown from left to right. On the left the current situation, where the employer has to pay VAT, social security and income tax to the state, the employee is left with only a miserable amount.
Taxes and duties on human labour are reduced symmetrically on both the employer and employee sides. The arrows to the right above and below the red area Taxes represent this symmetrical reduction.
Since the vast majority of our tax and contribution system consists of VAT, wage tax and social security contributions, this conversion cannot be carried out in one step. The aim is to exempt work from all taxes and levies in several decades. Work must become free!
Already in 1992 I wrote on page 158 in the book "Ascent to the Solar Age":
In a large-scale comparative test over several decades, and with the most diverse cultures as a starting point, the social market economy has asserted itself as the clear winner against the planned economy.
There is no reasonable reason to change a successful system. There are only a few price tags missing for the cost of nature and for the elimination of environmental damage.
Even then, this meant a reorganisation of the tax system. Taxing fossil energy, but relieving work. The decades-long refusal of the formerly so successful "social market economy" system to change precisely these price tags led to economic decline.
The per capita tax reform was elaborated in 2004. In 2009 it was recognised that this reform could not be implemented in a single step.
As "100 billion EUR economic stimulus package for Germany" a video was created about the first step.
Draft of the first two steps in the modification of the control system.
The above symbol was first shown at my keynote at the WEIS - World Emerging Industries Summit in Changchun China September 2010.