Individual wealth in Finland:
Hmm, interesting that Finns have such a good life, considering the incredible tax burden they are rumored to carry.
From villa ownership to national leisure-time activity
The construction of summer villas started in Finland already in the 19th century, but during the early years of Finnish independence, villa life was attainable only for a select few. In those days there were roughly 3,000 villas in Finland. Spending time at the summer cottage became a pastime for the entire population only in the 1950s. At the end of 2006 there were nearly half a million summer cottages in Finland.
Hmm, seems to me that all Scandinavian nations, all also rumored to have burdensome tax burdens, have an exquisitely high standard of living.
Hmm, I wonder how the Hades that is ever possible?
How can that be?
Some so-called economics experts seem to believe that taxation and a high quality of life cannot co-exist.
Are they in blinders perchance? Are they blinded by their very narrow political view of life?
Hmm, I wonder.
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