Did you know that Ola Nordmann has a lot of money on the book?
The average Norwegian has NOK 126,323 in the bank. It is slightly more than the Danes and almost twice as much as the Swedes. In Sweden, the “middle son” is fast becoming the “poor son” compared to its Scandinavian neighbors.
The Swedes have on average a staggering NOK 67,658 in the bank, ie only half. The Danes can temporarily safely sit back and enjoy their red sausage knowing that they are almost as rich as us. They would have received NOK 124,852 each.
Waiting for a splice team for a fishing bridge
The incoming sub-project manager for the Atlantic Road as a national tourist road has had the money on the book ever since the settlement board in the Atlantic Road settled stock in 2002, three years after
According to the newspaper Dagens Næringsliv, the oil fund has now passed NOK 1300 billion, and is the second largest fund in the world. Distributed on each of us it will be almost NOK 300000 per. head. And it’s still growing.
Missing money on book
More debt and consumer loans are bad luck for many Norwegians. Lack of savings leads to higher costs when, for example, the refrigerator breaks down.
Equity figures from Statistics Norway
(Statistics Norway) show that 740,000 adult Norwegians had less than NOK 5,000 in total bank deposits at the end of last year. Over one million, almost every third adult person, had less than NOK 10,000, according to Dagens Næringsliv.
Unemployment benefit (unemployment benefit) has no effect on whether you have money on a book or not.
They are based solely on what you have
1. either earned last year, or
2. Earned the last 3 years
Whether they choose 1 or 2 depends on how much you have earned over the years in question.
If you have been good and saved up 500,000 on book, no one has the right to demand that you use these if you lose your job.
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