Taxes & Insurance: Where Do the Funds Come From? How to Spend Them?
Discussions on the sustainable management of incomestreams are both persistent and heavily debated. They involve not only how much one should spend on insurance and what taxes to levy, but also the architecture of longterm service as well as exactly how consumers could use the contents of the service. The policy of long-term service aims to lighten the burden of the society as a whole ─ If the potential effects of income-streams are considered from this perspective, under the institution of insurance, would the consumers’ payment of insurance coverage result in an abuse of service and moral crisis? Could this help to lower the risk of disability? Moreover, with regard to the problems of efficiency and scale in tax collection, how do we overcome the insufficiency of benefits to the people at large, whilst the society continues to bear the heavy burden? The diversification of long-term financial resources and an emphasis on front-end prevention are still the consensus for building a sustainable care system ─ Taiwan needs to be more diligent in order to face the challenges of this century.