Statutory Health Insurance
Most people living in Germany are covered by statutory health insurance. The general contribution rate is prescribed by law and is currently 14.6% of gross salary. In addition, there is the additional contribution, which the insurers can set themselves. Both the general and the additional contribution are paid 50% each by the employer and the employee. Since both the benefits of the insurers, as well as the additional contributions differ, a review of your current contract is worthwhile.Request Comparison
Private Health Insurance
Private health insurance is available in Germany, especially for civil servants, self-employed and employees with a gross annual income of currently at least €64,350. They often offer not only better benefits, but are usually also cheaper than the public health insurance. The insurers differ enormously in terms of costs and benefits and also the process of taking it out is often complicated. But don't worry: muffin finds the perfect policy for you, takes care of the complex process and makes everything as easy as possible for you. Pinky promise!Let's Go!