[wdmmg-discuss] Croatian "state budget calculator"
rufus.pollock at okfn.org
Mon Nov 22 21:53:00 GMT 2010
Amazing work Marko!
On 22 November 2010 11:38, Marko Rakar <mrakar at mrak.biz> wrote:
> Hello to all,
> I would like to point you to our newest project called "budget calculator".
> You can see it at: http://proracunskikalkulator.com
> Site is fully in Croatian language but the point is that in the field top
> left you enter your bruto monthly salary and then application will calculate
> how much taxes you pay to the government through the year (including your
> VAT spending, .
> Blue items are state budget income (taxes collected) and red ones are budget
> spending items.
> Larger numbers are overall budget numbers (as proposed by the government),
> green ones are your portion within that budget item.
> Then you can move sliders with taxes or spending; you can either influence
> particular tax percentage or where this is not possible you can slide
> actuall spending number, items with checkpoints include some new tax
> proposals. You also have ablitiy (on expenses side) to fire some civil
> servants, or increase/decrease their salary or their material costs.
> And in the end, at the bottom you have summary on government budget proposal
> vs. yours, what is state deficit, how many people you have fired and how all
> this changes translate to your salary and tax payments.
> It was a great success, we had about 40.000 visits in last 16 hours :).
> There is also an option where you write your demographics data and you can
> save (and share to fb/twitter/email) your results so we will be able to
> calculate what croatians think about budget.
> I hope you will be able to look at it, play a little and if someone is
> interested I am more then willing to share our know-how on this.
> Kind regards, marko
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