For the year 2016, the Federal Ministry of Health fixed an
average additional contribution of 1.1 per cent payable on statutory health insurance. Due to this, the average general contribution rate increases to 15.7 per cent.
The contribution assessment ceiling was adapted from EUR 4,125 EUR in 2015 to EUR 4,237.50 in 2016.
Provided that the 15.7 per cent contribution rate remains unchanged, the maximum monthly contribution to the statutory health and nursing care insurance in 2016 is EUR 764.87 (2015: EUR 736.31) or EUR 775.46 for the childless (2015: EUR 746.63).
Employees with a gross income of more than € 56,250 in 2016 (corresponds to a monthly salary of € 4,327, if 13 monthly salaries are paid) can take out private health insurance. A change from statutory health insurance to private health insurance should be carefully considered. In an individual face-to-face consultation, we can discuss the advantages and disadvantages of each type.
If you intend to take out private health insurance,
you can benefit from the following advantages:
If a change to private insurance does not pay off for you, you can complement or increase the benefits you have under your statutory health insurance by private supplementary insurance:
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