How much to pay for health insurance?

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How much to pay for health insurance?

Postby djm409 » 15 May 2012, 12:51

Sorry, did a search but didn't come up with what I was looking for. I am wondering where I can find the table that shows how much I should be paying into both the national health insurance and labor insurance programs. found something on tealit, but it only lists 3 categories up to 65,000 or something. so stupid, why the hell wouldn't they just put the whole list up. anyways, there apparently are two categories teachers paying the health insurance. one is for private school teachers and one is for buxiban teachers. don't know why this is, but was told at the tax office today.
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