CameronToday 07:25 am JST
The 300,000 yen support is only for households that earn 2,500,000 yen or less a year anyway, according to a Japanese friend of mine. When he sends me the link( he showed me last night) I'll post it here.
This is partially correct. The govt has outlined thresholds for tax exemption status (the thresholds are based on how many members are in a household). If your salary falls BELOW that threshold, you will be eligible to receive the subsidy.
The other circumstance requires you to satisfy two criteria:
Between February - June, if any of your monthly earnings drops to 50% or less than that of January or prior month;That new figure is under 2x that of the tax exemption threshold mentioned above.
All in all it's pretty long-winded as you would expect, and as far as I am aware the govt is still in the process of finalizing the application procedure (you either go to your city ward office, or a link to the Ministry of Health site).
Links (in Japanese only):
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@zones2surf: according to the Japanese version of the story, the wife was an employee at the lawyer's office. The husband went to the office with his wife where he confronted the lawyer about the affair.
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