Overhead reduction - here are the real numbers

With the help of our two enthusiastic fans, we present the extent of the savings. (READ OUT!)

Overhead reduction - here are the real numbers

The Gyurcsánys call it propaganda, while this is a measure that benefits all Hungarians living in Hungary: single people, pensioners, family members, but even those living in apartments.

We have written a similar article before, with the difference that at that time we used a consumer's bills, but that consumer moved in 2016, so the counter on his bills was reset to zero, and in great misery he moved from a condominium to a new family house, so we the example presented earlier was not really representative.

Even now, we called our readers for help and were looking for a family who lives in a family house and another who lives in a condominium, and the bottom line is that they haven’t moved in the last 7 years, i.e. since the overhead reduction was introduced, so the savings on their accounts it did not reset on the fly. Fortunately, we found two such examples! (It was difficult because many people moved into this great "dictatorship," usually a larger, newer home)

One family lives in a living room in a 4-room older family house, and according to their bills, the savings since 2013 look like this:
Trash: HUF 26,434
Electricity: 461 098 Ft
Natural gas: HUF 1,066,968
Water: HUF 97,917
Our reader living in a family house has thus saved a total of HUF 1,652,417 with the overhead reduction since 2013, which corresponds to approximately HUF 236,000 annually, which meant a saving of almost HUF 20,000 per month.

The other family lives in a condominium in Budapest, based on their bills, the savings since 2013 look like this:
Channel: HUF 18,197
Gas (cooking): 56 379 Ft
Electricity: 279,075
Main distance: 390 033 HUF
Water: 30 214 Ft
Our reader living in a condominium has thus saved a total of HUF 773,895 with the overhead reduction since 2013, which corresponds to approximately HUF 110,000 annually, which meant a saving of almost HUF 10,000 per month.

Share this article with as many people as possible and note the following statements:

️ 1. The overhead reduction meant an average saving of HUF 1 million for all Hungarian families. (per household)
️ 2. If Fidesz had not reduced the overhead, we would have had so much less money today, or we could have spent so much less money on something else in the last 7 years (eg healthier food, holidays, more sports, tickets, restaurants, clothes, etc.)
️ 3. If the Gyurcsánys had ruled in the last 7 years, the overhead price would not have decreased, and if these services had become more expensive only with the average price increase in the EU, we would have spent an average of HUF 1.5 million more instead of saving an average of HUF 1 million. rezsire. The difference between the two amounts is 2.5 million, per family, per household.

We will choose in 2022! Let’s take this into account and make a decision that benefits ourselves and our families!

Images are placed in large comments. And you write down how much you have saved on overhead cuts over the last 7 years. If they have moved, the savings from the last bills of the previous and new places of consumption must be added together to give the amount for the whole period.


Our previous articles on overhead:
How much is left over after paying the overhead now and in 2010?
Which government supports families and which punished them?
Hungary won the recipient
In addition to the cheaper overhead, our net salary is also higher due to favorable taxation.
In Hungary, the proportion of those who have problems with heating has been steadily declining since 2012: in a narrow ten years, the proportion of those who cannot keep their homes warm has decreased from 15 to 5 percent.
https://szamokadatok.hu/Post/2670/The_otthon_grain_sereghajtok_voltunk_az_EU_atlaganal_sokra_jobban_teljesitunk_ present
DK, meanwhile, is lobbying in Brussels to raise overhead prices
At the European level, housing costs are low in Hungary
We are buying back power plants and utilities. The full list is inside the article
In 2010, we paid for the second most expensive gas in the EU, and today we pay for the cheapest
In 2010, we paid for the most expensive electricity in the EU, and today we pay for the second cheapest
To the attention of ‘world market buyers’, facts follow
It was written 1 year ago: HUF 1,700 billion remained with Hungarian families with the institution of overhead reduction. Today, that number could be around 2 trillion.

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