Poll: As a freelancer, what do you do when you fall ill?
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Aug 13, 2005

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Thanks! Aug 13, 2005

Thanks to all the Prozians who participated in my poll.
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John Jory  Identity Verified
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What is "ill" ? Nov 2, 2005

I don't go to the doctor with a cold or 'simple' ailments.

I pay (voluntarily) into a state-controlled health insurance fund (medical, surgical & dental services). My son is insured with me.
Private insurance companies in Germany are usually cheaper for younger healthy people, but problems can arise if you get chronically ill or when you reach the pension age. Moreover, I would have to pay extra for my son.

Should I ever be hospitalized for a longer period, I have a corresponding insurance.

Greetings, John

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